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Old 10-01-2020, 19:13   #1
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Toyota GR Yaris

Finally something interesting for a change!
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Very interested in one of these.

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Old 10-01-2020, 20:42   #4
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Was going to post the same thing, looks an awesome little car.

260 bhp
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UK price - £30,000*
Ireland price - €70,000*













*Discalimer - these are not real prices...whatever they will be reasonably priced at in teh UK, in Ireland we will get raped as usual
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If it's under 30k with the track pack option it will be tempting!
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Very looks an awesome little car ,refreshing to see from a manufacturer.
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Ok, well then it'll be €81k in Ireland



EDIT: Really like this car
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Don't understand why everyone's raving on about this yet they didn't for the Audi S1 which IMO is so similar but far better ???
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Old 10-01-2020, 22:20   #12
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Pricing is going to be interesting given Toyota need to produce/sell 25,000 in one year to get the WRC homologation needed.
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I'm not in a position to buy one sadly but I really hope these sell like hot cakes, it'd be great to see more cars like this from other manufacturers.
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At least it's INTERESTING for a change! 30K is a lot of money for a Yaris (or any car to be honest). Be one to get second hand in 5 years though unlikely to be a CULT car until it gets a lot older, people buy stuff on finance and use it as a tool like a phone nowadays...
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Don't understand why they need to sell 25,000 to qualify for WRC - why aren't all the other WRC manufacturers having to do the same then?
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