What did you change? Post the original please.
Black mesh Grill, lights with mandatory reflectors, new "Auris" alloys.Originally Posted by Rex Raider
A lot of people think the export market Corolla(recently launched in Europe and China) looks too bland... many speculate that the USDM Corolla will have dramatic changes.
I did this to show that the most minor trim changes can change the look of the car when viewed as a whole.
Last edited by AG3; 02-01-2007 at 07:05 AM.
itstill looks bland .. and still looks like a reskin of the old 2001 Corolla ... unless there is something about the engines/tranny or interior materials that we do not know, then this will be a huge dissapointment.. MMazda3 and the Civic ran away from Corrola and this will not change that.
Looks really good, I am not a big fan of the new Civic and the Cobalt and G5 are really bland and uninspired. I think this one should do very well.
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It will sell no matter what it looks like because it has a long-standing reputation for quality. Even the bland, very dated current version was the eight-best selling vehicle in the US in 2006 (270K+ sold), ahead of the Altima and Cobalt, and I expect we'll see a substantial jump with the refresh.
Last edited by Ach; 02-01-2007 at 11:37 AM.
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It looks better than the JDM version.
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i think the original looked better than your change
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