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Old 05-03-2020, 13:50   #31
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Was just about to post about this. Great price and Toyota have pushed the boat out. Be interesting to see the reviews. Sadly I will have to wait until they are second hand.
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Old 05-03-2020, 14:11   #32
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Was just about to post about this. Great price and Toyota have pushed the boat out. Be interesting to see the reviews. Sadly I will have to wait until they are second hand.
That would be in 2022 when the Hybrid version becomes available

WRC cars are going "electric" . . . .
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Old 05-03-2020, 20:13   #33
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Very similar power & weight as Evo II GSR.

Too small for my needs - will hold out to see if they also do a Corolla.
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Very similar power & weight as Evo II GSR.

Too small for my needs - will hold out to see if they also do a Corolla.
There is plans for GR corolla but dont think it will be 4wd just a lame ass front wheel drive, so you should be ok haha
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Old 06-03-2020, 08:00   #35
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I really hope this is the start of the new trend of small, relatively cheap, 4WD turbo hatchbacks: would be great to see a Polo R or Fiesta RS to rival the Yaris...
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I really hope this is the start of the new trend of small, relatively cheap, 4WD turbo hatchbacks: would be great to see a Polo R or Fiesta RS to rival the Yaris...
Thatís what we all hope. It will either be the start of it or the last in its line.

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Thatís what we all hope. It will either be the start of it or the last in its line.
Sadly I think the latter is more likely, but I hope to be proven wrong!
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