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Old 01-18-2018, 04:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Would you buy these?

Hey guys which among these would you purchase? and why
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Old 01-18-2018, 05:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The Wagon R. Because the previous generation was available here and it was robust, economical, unpretentious transport.
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The Wagon R. Because the previous generation was available here and it was robust, economical, unpretentious transport.
Even though it's true, the non-JDM versions (Wagon R+, or Wagon R Wide depending on the market) relied on a less sophisticated engine which may eventually also be easier to find parts in export markets due to its usage in other models that were not exclusive to Japan. That's a good point in favor of the Toyota Premio, since its powertrain won't be so substantially different from other models more easily available out of Japan.
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I don't like the wheels on that Allion, and the steel bar below the bumper looks weird.
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In the UK Vauxhall - a GM brand until recently - used to do the Wagon R with their own engines fitted. Can't remember whatnot was called.
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None, cause they're all autos.

Otherwise wagon R cause tiny car with tiny engine.
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In the UK Vauxhall - a GM brand until recently - used to do the Wagon R with their own engines fitted. Can't remember whatnot was called.
Wasn't it the Opel/Vauxhall Agila?

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