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    ok so actual feedback. IMO, the difference between a 2.0 liter and 2.4 liter engine is a huge improvement. My biggest complaint of the previous version is the lack of low-end power. having 223 hp and 180+ lb ft of torque isn't telling the whole story if the powerband can be more useful. I just think of this based on my history with the 2.0 liter FR-S and the 2.4 liter Scion tC before this.
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    I agree. Although it can be fun to wring out the 2.0L, especially in cooler weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil_SS View Post
    Never released in America.
    Actually it was. I've driven one.

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    Awesome!

    I figured since it was a Japan edition it wouldn’t be released here. I will add it to my list of potential new cars. :up

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    It was the 86 Hakone Edition. They sold them last model year.
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    That’s a beautiful colour combo.

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    Indeed, I still think the spoiler looks to small and flimsy though
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    I should point out that the Mk1 pics are mixed. The first one is of the original car. The next few are of the face-lift.

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    They're actually all pictures of the facelift model, the first one is just labeled incorrectly.

    I notice that there are quite a few different body lines, besides the usual stuff. The front fender is no longer a bulge, but instead goes straight from the windshield to the headlight. The doors are also a different shape, and the fuel door also shows how different the rear fender shape is; I notice much more of the rear wheel tread is visible from the rear than on the current car. There is also an aero piece on the rear fender, similar to what TRD offered on their bodykit packages.

    In fact the only piece that looks for certain to be a carry over from the old car is the steering wheel. Same controls and everything.

    I believe someone mentioned somewhere that the wheels are the same ones sold on the Toyota GR Yaris in their performance package.
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