Old school sports car sensations in modern package, but not for everyone.
My frank appraisal, 8000km in to ownership.
I've been mildly obsessed with the Toyo-baru twins since their 2012 launch after having read widely on them, seen them collect numerous international awards, and having briefly driven a 2012 86.
I thought it wise to delay my purchase until the car reached the latter part of its life cycle, bringing with it the usual range of updates and changes, and sometimes limited edition models with extra goodies:
As soon as the Performance Pack was released with the 2017MY upgrade, I knew this was the car to ...go for. It is my wife's daily driver, and she is fond of it. She considers it as easy to drive as a Fiesta, a doddle to drive around town, she thinks it looks fabulous in crystal pearl without looking pretentious or too bling and its accurate and precise to drive. The bluetooth has been at times problematic, not detecting a pre-paired phone. Irritating.
Purchased in December 2019 for A$32,000.00.
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|Release date||Jan 2017|
|Discontinuation date||Dec 2017|
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