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Yey! Bring back the station wagon, wood side panels and all! :geek:
 

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Hmmm.....my guess is Toyota isn't doing that because they already decided there's no market for that. Sort of like the Venza. I was thinking about getting one in the future, but it's discontinued, which means that finding replacement parts wouldn't be so easy.
 

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Hmmm.....my guess is Toyota isn't doing that because they already decided there's no market for that. Sort of like the Venza. I was thinking about getting one in the future....
Yes, the models by market selection is based almost purely on customer demand...

Just wait a little longer ;)
 

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Started out funny and became even more hilarious as it went along. I remember the Hades my work partner went through with a PT Crusher of Head Gaskets (that's the official name of the car in the secret Chrysler documents, btw). Also, a Saturn was hurt in the making of this video, and I support that message.
 
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PT vs Hammvie :p
LOL :ROFLMAO:

Started out funny and became even more hilarious as it went along. I remember the Hades my work partner went through with a PT Crusher of Head Gaskets (that's the official name of the car in the secret Chrysler documents, btw). Also, a Saturn was hurt in the making of this video, and I support that message.
A friend of mine drove a PT Crusher and my FIL still has the Ion from new! I don't believe there was a period of more than a week, for either of them, that cars didn't have the engine light on for one reason or another :p
 
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I don't see it happening in the USA. Toyota wouldn't even bring their all-new 2020 TNGA Yaris hatchback to this market. All the muffin-tops here want their SUV's, Crossovers & Trucks, and everything else has pretty much become an afterthought.
 
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I don't see it happening in the USA. Toyota wouldn't even bring their all-new 2020 TNGA Yaris hatchback to this market. All the muffin-tops here want their SUV's, Crossovers & Trucks, and everything else has pretty much become an afterthought.
I'm waiting for the ricer/tuner age of suv's (not the same as SUV (Suburban, Tahoe, 4Runner)) and crossovers.
 

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In the age of SUV and large vehicles ruling the roads, I find small cars are at disadvantage when it comes to accidents. I would stay away from anything smaller than a Yaris. I remember the days when I had the Echo, I felt like I am in a tin can.

I think the mod/rice era boat had sailed. In Vancouver, I can see people are doing some excellent work on smaller cars like the 86, MX5 and Impreza.
 
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