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Old 11-21-2017, 11:49 AM
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Personally I think Tooyta nailed the fornt end with the Auris facelift/Corolla iM, rather clean lines, no gapping whole;



But somehow Toyota seems to insist in having very different front end solutions for their lineup. However in case of the American Yaris sedan it clearly is partly due to keeping as much Mazda parts in use as possible....
Hard to please everyone. If they did it like the Germans, same sausage different length, you also would not be pleased.
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Old 11-21-2017, 02:14 PM
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Hard to please everyone. If they did it like the Germans, same sausage different length, you also would not be pleased.
I think Lexus, e.g. as it is part of Toyota, or Kia make a great job in giving a family feel yet not a same sausage/different length approach visually.
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Old 11-21-2017, 05:07 PM
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Hard to please everyone. If they did it like the Germans, same sausage different length, you also would not be pleased.
true, but to quote someone, Toyota styling is crap.
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Old 11-22-2017, 02:21 AM
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Personally I think Tooyta nailed the fornt end with the Auris facelift/Corolla iM, rather clean lines, no gapping whole;


But somehow Toyota seems to insist in having very different front end solutions for their lineup. However in case of the American Yaris sedan it clearly is partly due to keeping as much Mazda parts in use as possible....
I really like the iM. So nice and clean. Simple proportions and detailing. I wish it performed better.

I tend to judge a brand on their most recent offering in terms of direction, and the new Camry is a frightening sight....
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