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TOYOTA YARIS 16 wheels and bigger What kind of mileage

Im on 16 19550R16s I do 5050 highwayurban and I get approximately 30 miles to the US gallon or 13kml . Is this normal What kind of mileage r u getting those of you with 16 and bigger rims. My petrol indicator hits the last blinker at 420km.

which are very short trips. Hard to tell how much of an effect they have. Also I cant help but notice that other SEA members are getting low mileage compared to US brethren but then again its probably once again due to the distances involved... 200 miles in a day is quite a road trip for us over here in the US thats a lot of peoples daily commute (well maybe I exaggerate ) Strange to see the US yarises

Posted by nsmitchell Interesting thread. The larger diameter rubber will show you less mileage than actual as well as less MPH than actual. I dont know if there is a way to calibrate the speedo to be accurate. With the correct choice of tires the actual rolling circumference of the wheel can be kept very very close to the stock wheel. Quote Originally Posted by nurburgring Strange to see the US yarises

TOYOTA YARIS Stock vs 123 Wheel HP (All-Motor) Dyno Graph

Here is a graph of the baseline runs with the stock yaris (the one we are using to design production intake with). The after graph is a result of a few mods including the new long-tube header Dynatek intake Xd TB and NST under drive pulleys. It looks like exceeding 120 wheel hp will definitely be possible with bolt on mods assuming they inlcude the long-tube header 9and mid pipe) and new intake manifold.

Since this is a mass air management system it has been very self compensating in terms of airfuel and timing (we monitored via palm pilot) so no changes to ECU are necessary. Air fuel curve was basically same as stock. We think additional timing may help power since we were only registering a peak of 20-21 degrees (less in the mid range). Quote Originally Posted by pinoypizzaboy im a noob but 20 whp is a big change for the yaris ecu wont this require some management of some sort this is almost the same gains as the blitz

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TOYOTA YARIS Loud hamster wheel squeal noise - help

Hello all Need some advice. I took my yaris 07 HB to the dealer today and told them the problems and they dismissed it as a CSV value problem after saying they looked at it for about 30mins. Saying it was because of my AFE CAI stage 2. However this is not making the hamster wheel squeal noise the tech tried to convince me it was because I had it tied down with a zip tie to hold in place. The sound

Agree with yaris2010RS. Check the tension of the serpentine belt is there a tensioner pulley on the yaris or is tension kept on the belt from the tightness of the alternator I havent done enough work on it as of yet and dont have any manuals for it. anyway if it has a tensioner pulley that could be the problem. depending on how bold you are back off the tension on the belt remove it and spin each pulley

Quote Originally Posted by Vinceb is there a tensioner pulley on the yaris No there unfortunately is no tensioner Quote Originally Posted by Vinceb I dont think youll mess up the timing by removing the belt but look for TDC (top dead center) marks on the pulleys if they are there you will have to re-align before putting the belt back on. this could be alot of work for the cramped engine compartments of the yaris. Worrying about TDC is not an issue

TOYOTA YARIS Camcon VVTi Cam Timing Controller Thoughts

Here is an item i found browsing the web. It claims 15% more power. Any thoughts Anyone try it already httpwww.powerenterpriseusa.netpr...concamcon.htm

Quote Originally Posted by cali yaris I have an EMS not an FIC. Jason uses (or was using) the CamCon with good results. There is more than one thread on it on here. It came with the car. We (us and our tuner) thought the thing would be a joke but we decided to go ahead and play with it while we waited on our new system. We were all surprised by how effective it was especially considering the little

TOYOTA YARIS P1 how do i remove steering wheel

After searching I didnt find anything Is it as easy as removing the visible screws What about airing I wanna install an after market wheel and hub. Thanks.

I got the air bag lighr blinking after trying the top like you suggested however now my timing must be bad. Darn light wont turn off.

TOYOTA YARIS NEWS TOYOTA REVEALS ALL-NEW YARIS SEDAN AT 2006 LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW

toyota REVEALS ALL-NEW yaris SEDAN AT 2006 LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW LOS ANGELES January 4 2005 - - toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. unveiled the all-new yaris Sedan at a press conference today at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2007 toyota yaris will make its U.S. debut when it arrives in showrooms this spring in four-door Sedan and three-door Liftback configurations. First launched in Europe in 1999 the

TOYOTA YARIS Yaris Serpentine belt snapped

Hi Guys Ive recently attempted to jump start another car and while idleing I gave the yaris a rev to add some extra power to the jump. However when i revved it I heard a crack and a piece of something came flying out of the engine. Car was still running okay but battery light came on so timing belt is still fine. However upon inspection some sort of pulley wheel had completely fallen to pieces underneath

inspection some sort of pulley wheel had completely fallen to pieces underneath the car and the drive belt wasnt attached to the alternator. Im not sure what it was that broke off however Im wondering if anyone else can help Its like a hard plastic wheel which was ribbed around the edge from what I can make out. Could anyone suggest what this part is and is it easy to replace The car is a 2007 toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Do you love your car

Do you love your new yaris I mean really really love it If so why If not why What has been a pleasant surprise to you as you have started clocking on more miles What has been a disappointment the longer you have owned your 3rd Gen yaris I will start. I love my car. I really really love my blazing blue pearl 3-door. I love its small footprint on the road and in tight parking spaces when I go downtown

TOYOTA YARIS DIY Cruise Control FAQ (2006-2010 Yaris)

There are many threads regarding DIY cruise control. The purpose of this one is to centralize all of the information. By DIY Cruise Control I am referring to using the functionality built into the US and Canadian yaris ECM as opposed to installing a 3rd party cruise control system. All US and Canadian yaris (2006) have this capability built into the ECM. Thus far we have found that European and Australian

Hi CTScott - I have an auto 2010 yaris 5 door hatch (U.S.) with the power package I have the CC lamps on my speedometer counsel (unlit at this time) and want to put in the DIY CC. In your post you reference the following part numbers toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk 84632-34011 toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk Wire (Required to connect the stalk to the spiral cable within the steering wheel) 84633-42030

Quote Originally Posted by cpchri1 Hi CTScott - I have an auto 2010 yaris 5 door hatch (U.S.) with the power package I have the CC lamps on my speedometer counsel (unlit at this time) and want to put in the DIY CC. In your post you reference the following part numbers toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk 84632-34011 toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk Wire (Required to connect the stalk to the spiral cable

TOYOTA YARIS VERSO 2007 Yaris Unveiled at 2005 SEMA Show

The 2005 SEMA Show also marks the U.S. debut of the all-new second-generation yaris. Launched in 1999 the first generation yaris was toyotas best-selling model in Europe and was named the (2000) European Car of the Year. The yaris has been a hit in Europe and we are looking forward to its launch here in the U.S. said Jim Lentz toyota Division group vice president and general manager. As toyotas most

TOYOTA YARIS OEM Engine Air Filter Parts Number

httpwww.toyota.compub-sharepdf...airfilters.pdf According to the link above the part is 17801-21050 I was told by my local dealer thats the old part number(they dont have it but other dealer has it) the new one is 17801-0T030..... You can see that the xD requires 17801-0T030 so the yaris and xD have the same filter compartment Of course both will fit i just dont know which one to buy...

I just bought one from a toyota dealer yesterday so this info is fresh... The one I removed was part 17801-21050 but the dealership told me it was replaced by 17801-0T030. I got that (under 16) and it worked fine. It is the same filter no matter what car uses it. By the way you know the xD and the yaris use the same basic unibody structure MacPherson-strut front suspension torsion-beam rear suspension

TOYOTA YARIS 2007 Yaris hatchback wrecked...odds of it getting totaled Details inside

Hey all Sadly as my first post here is pretty much about the death of my yaris at least I think so. Friday my wife and I were driving to work (carpooling) and as we came around a corner an 18-wheeler was stopped with their blinkers on in the oncoming lane of traffic (stuck coming up a small hill). It surprised my wife as it was still dark and snowy she started to brake and we slide off the road and

Quote Originally Posted by tk-421 AFAIK if the engine got damaged in the accident it is very likely that it will be considered totalled. Good to know everyones OK. Are you thinking about getting a new yaris Id like to get another yaris I know my wife would since she just loved that car. Im basically hoping that with auto sales in the US being so poor lately even toyotas that I could score a good deal

Quote Originally Posted by Josh_G And it wasnt a ABS (or lack of) problem just snowy roads a slight hill and poor timing with the brakes. My wife didnt slam the brakes or even brake hard. We wrecked on the same hill that the 18 wheeler was stuck on just that they were going uphill and we were going downhill. What kind of tires were you driving onAs im thinking snow tires might have made a big difference in the outcome.

TOYOTA YARIS P1 Help I broke my engine

After installing my NST underdrive pulley I was trying to move the alternator back into position to re-tension the belt when the rubber mallet I was using slipped and broke the connector off of this thing mounted to the block just above and to the right of the alternator I took it out to take get a better look at it... Does any one know what this is It looks like some sort of solenoid or valve with

httpwww.pressroom.com.aupressroo...tsechokit.htm cut and pasted interesting bit below toyota Echo&8217s VVT-i is a computer controlled and oil-pressure activated push- push type system. The engine ECU can command the system to advance or retard the inlet camshaft timing thereby providing for faster response. The hardware is a camshaft timing oil control valve mounted adjacent to the inlet camshaft

TOYOTA YARIS ZPI to produce yaris turbo kit and exhaust

Hey guys. I am just letting you all know that earlier today I dropped my yaris sedan off at ZPI Racing. They are using my car as the model to make a full exhaust for the sedan. They will offer an axleback exhaust and a mid pipe for those that want both. The exhaust parts should come in tomorrow and once everything is fabbed up they will begin producing them for retail. They are also going to be developing

and timing were also changed to handle this. Other than that it was daily driven. The rods let go again the same way only this time it punctured the water jacket and destroyed the head. These engines have the crankshaft offset 12mm to the thrust side of the cylinder bore centerline. This reduces the side force generated at maximum compression for reduced friction and improved fuel economy. toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Engine Management

Are there any companies coming out with a plug and play standalone (i.e. AEM) for the yaris anytime soon I know Motec and Haltech are around but I would have to do a lot of rewiring to the engine harness which I would probably end up having to do if nobody decides to make a unit for us yaris owners. Piggybacks work but are limited no anti-lag timing control etc. Hondas are so much easier lol. I want

and timing were also changed to handle this. Other than that it was daily driven. The rods let go again the same way only this time it punctured the water jacket and destroyed the head. These engines have the crankshaft offset 12mm to the thrust side of the cylinder bore centerline. This reduces the side force generated at maximum compression for reduced friction and improved fuel economy. toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Would an All-Electric yaris be cheaper in the long run

Imagine if toyota decided to come out with an all-electric yaris They would remove the engine and the transmission (the two most expensive parts) and replace it with two eletric motors (one on each front wheel) and a battery to power it. Since now you dont need oil changes trans fulid changes coolant changes timing belts etc and all the things associated with an enginetrans configuration would the

TOYOTA YARIS 2012 Toyota Yaris First Official Details Released

2012yaris.jpg 2012yaris1.jpg 2012yaris2.jpg TMC Launches Redesigned Vitz Models with Idling-stop Boast Fuel Efficiency of 26.5 kmL toyota City Japan December 22 2010-toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces the launch in Japan today of the redesigned Vitz compact car. Since the launch of the first-generation in 1999 the Vitz has achieved cumulative sales in more than 70 countries and regions around

TOYOTA YARIS All maintenance requirements based on mileage intervals

Heres an invaluable link for each 5K service requirement up to 120K httpwww.toyotaownersonline.compa...rvicediy.html Mods please sticky this

something not mentionned anywhere for interval replacement .. .. found an old subject on the web .. .. Power is from the 1NZ-FE 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine familiar from the Scions and the Prius. Here is makes 106 horsepower at 6000 rpm with 103 lb-ft of torque at 4200 rpm and drives the front wheels through either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Like most current toyota

something not mentionned anywhere for interval replacement .. .. found an old subject on the web .. .. Power is from the 1NZ-FE 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine familiar from the Scions and the Prius. Here is makes 106 horsepower at 6000 rpm with 103 lb-ft of torque at 4200 rpm and drives the front wheels through either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Like most current toyota

TOYOTA YARIS Toyota service in the south

I am heading thru the SE in the near future and am trying to find a really good service center maybe in VA.Tenn. or Carolinas to have some comprehensive maintenance done on my 07 Hatch with 195K. Dont want a dealer but a Tech who really knows the yaris and is cheaper than dealers. The south is where the best mechanics are so I waited. Any ideas am doing timing chainvvtifull tunenew sensors o2 etc and

Quote Originally Posted by yaris9876 I am heading thru the SE in the near future and am trying to find a really good service center maybe in VA.Tenn. or Carolinas to have some comprehensive maintenance done on my 07 Hatch with 195K. Dont want a dealer but a Tech who really knows the yaris and is cheaper than dealers. The south is where the best mechanics are so I waited. Any ideas am doing timing chainvvtifull

TOYOTA YARIS P1 Yaris Yaris what should I know

Not sure where I should post this but Im in the market for another car. Right now I own a 2000 Ford Focus ZTS (5-speed manual) that I love to drive but its turning out to be an unreliable heap. Granted I did buy the car with 140K (in may of last year) and Im now up to 10K. In 10K I have averaged around 200 a month in repairs. Ive replaced the - Struts shocks and springs 350 (upgraded to SVT Focus spec

TOYOTA YARIS 2012 3rd Generation Comfort

Hello New to yaris world. Current Subaru owner but owned 3 toyotas prior to the Subie. Considering a yaris because I like the new style while some dont like that they moved the gauges back to drivers side I love it. Test drove one two weeks ago and was impressed. Am cross shopping with other cars and trying to make my decision. (Impreza Fit Focus all hatchback) Love toyota reliability and fact that

I just got my 2012 yaris a few weeks ago VW Golf TDi owner for the past 31 years. The yaris is not bad as far as long range travel is concerned. I drive over an hour to work each way and this is the first car where my head actually rests on the headrest. I wish the steering wheel would come towards me about an inch and tilt slightly down but the 10 and 2 works out OK. Believe me if a base model 2012

TOYOTA YARIS Got hit at work today lady drove off.

So I was minding my own business helping people at work and one of the managers came up and asked what I drove. You know me mr. proud yaris driver so I was like The yaris then this guy says your car just got hit in the parking lot the lady drove off. then he hands me a piece of paper and says here is the tag number my phone number since i witnessed it and this ladys number because she witnessed it

TOYOTA YARIS purchased my 2012 yaris today

just purchased a 2012 magnetic grey yaris 3 door with auto. i must say i do enjoy car. its handles very well the interior is nice i feel i love the magnetic grey color and who doesnt love the new car smell lol This will be replacing my daily familys extra car which was a 98 tercel ce anywhooo on to the pics enjoy

Quote Originally Posted by fnkngrv that is too funny...I replaced my 96 tercel with my yaris back in 06. The guy I sold my 96 is still driving it with no work but replacing the wheel bearings. God that Tercel was a fantastic little car Other than having a stupid timing belt it was the perfect commuter.

TOYOTA YARIS aem fic on an NA motor

Ive been doing some thinking of what my next step will be with my car. I dont think I want to go boosted and thus have been limited by what can be done. I have done most of the bolt-ons already. I wonder are there any advantages of fuel management on a non-boosted yaris Can you control timing Am I pissin in the wind on this one Currently I have done -AFE SRI intake -Weapon-R header -2 mandrel bent

TOYOTA YARIS possible clutch gone bad

I searched the forum trying to figure out whats going on with my car. But Im not exactly sure what I read fits my issues. So here goes I last fueled on Saturday with about 18-14 tank remaining. The car sat in the driveway after coming home from fueling on Saturday until Monday morning when I went to work. It was a rainy morning and I was running my defroster (like I have on many many many other mornings

If you are revn above 3k consistently while shifting you are being hard on the clutch. It isnt a sports car. It can handle it without issue but doing it repeatedly will cause the smell. I have done it. On another note these are Variable-Valve-timing (VVT) engines so the gain to rev high isnt like it was before VVT. My old Tercel use to get faster if I revd up to redline but the yaris isnt quite the

TOYOTA YARIS Miles per tank

How many miles do you get before your car gets to the first line in the fuel gauge

Quote Originally Posted by BailOut Over 4 million miles of hypermiling road usage and tank drainage has shown no evidence to support this. This has also been debunked on several automotive shows and in automotive blogs. Additionally no modern toyota owners manual mentions anything about this. I have also heard folks inanely talk about sediment being a problem with a low fuel level. This is a non-issue

TOYOTA YARIS My new mods

These are the parts I ordered and theyve started to arrive Tanabe DF210 lowering springs 158 shipped from Micro Image NST Short shift kit 90 shipped from wesellcarparts.com NST 10% Underdrive Crank Pulley 118 10 shipping from nonstoptuning.com Im going to try to take pictures of all of them and the install and post them here Heres my SSK (doesnt really look like its worth 90 does it) we shall see...

Well I finally got around to installing my NST underdrive pulley... I tried to take pictures of all the steps but after the a certain point taking pictures of the install kinda lost its importance... Heres it jacked up and ready to remove the wheel (note the jack stand I dont trust those scissor jacks if Im getting under the car) wheel removed removing the faring covering the bottomside of the engine

TOYOTA YARIS TRD Sport Seats - JDM

The good news is my new TRD Sports seats arrived from Japan (ordered them in Feb.) and were installed by the dealer. The bad news is my SRS airbags are disabled and my seatbelt light flashes. I searched our site and really did not see anyone who has replaced their stock seats in a LB with either aftermarket or TRDs and have a fix for this issue. Has anyone done this and I have read all the wiring DIYs and those may be my last resort. Thanks

yes you need a resistor for the pressureweight sensor in the passenger seat (after ripping it out of your stock seat of course). thats the only way to have the airbag work correctly it needs to think someone is sitting there. Of course thats an always on scenario but thats better than disabling your passengers bag. At least on the Scions the drivers side has a positioned sensor so the car knows how

TOYOTA YARIS DD - Dyno Day

Had the car on a dyno today here are the results... Sorry for the language difference its all in Hungarian but you get the picture. Any questions feel free to ask. Total 117.5hp 5875rpms and 149.5 torque 4200rpms and 89.7hp on the wheels.

Again reinforcing the importance of lightweight wheels I think the header will make some difference but I cant imagine opening up the exhaust and intake and not re-mapping the fuel curve and increasing redline. It would seem it would lean out way too much. The stock ECU has a range it operates in but I bet you could find 5 more HP with a better map easily. There are some piggy-back units Ive seen and

TOYOTA YARIS Silly question ..... .

I know I can probably search this but I havnt posted up a thread in a while.... my car is well over 125k and well .... what major service is it in need of Im assuming the dreaded timing chain.... perhaps a transmissioncoolant flush as Ive never had it done. I feel so bad for my yaris... I feel like Ive neglected all its service needs.... except I have been very good and given it full syn oil changes on schedule every 5k. Thanks for not flaming at me....

If you have 125k and never done any repairs youre doing goooood. Tranny fluid and coolant flush sound about all you need to do for now and Have somebody check your ball jointstie rod ends and shocksstruts to see if they need replacement. Do a front end alignment and sometimes those mechanics will inspect all your suspension and let you know what needs replacement. Have a brake shop inspect your brakes

TOYOTA YARIS Engine buzz under load

Since I am relatively new to yaris and dont always know whats normal and whats not... Whenever I accelerate somewhere around 2000 rpm my engine sound changes. It gets this buzzy component to it. Its steady and is not a rattle or clank or tap-tap just a steady buzz. If I just rev up while standing the engine sound remains a consistent purr. The car is 3 years old but very low mileage - 25000 km (15000 miles). Normal Thanks.

is it a hissing a whining a purring a scraping a squealing a muffled whinepurrscrapebuzzsqueal a gear noise a creak a nya nya a ohm ohm nya nya or who whu wuuu wuuu (Bubb Rubb) Here are all the possible sounds Bad Bearing in timing Belt Tensioner woh woh woh woh Boiling Coolant bllgh blllgggh blllllgggghh Brake Booster Failing hissssssssss ssss ss Clutch Release Bearing on the Way Out jee

Quote Originally Posted by A-Dingo-Ate-My-Baby is it a hissing a whining a purring a scraping a squealing a muffled whinepurrscrapebuzzsqueal a gear noise a creak a nya nya a ohm ohm nya nya or who whu wuuu wuuu (Bubb Rubb) Here are all the possible sounds Bad Bearing in timing Belt Tensioner woh woh woh woh Boiling Coolant bllgh blllgggh blllllgggghh Brake Booster Failing hissssssssss ssss

TOYOTA YARIS Are 17 steelies even available

I have the oversize brake rotor and I need a set of winter wheels for the coming season...17 is the smallest I can go but dont really want to spend too much for it .... so is the 17 steelies for 4 x 100 bolt pattern available anywhere thanks guys

just start checking your local junkyards... you can find wheels there if your timing is right...

HONDA FIT New Siphon Mag Yaris vs. xA vs. Versa vs. Fit Streets of Willow

Different tuners with different cars attack the Streets of Willow in an attempt to dethrone the Spoon Fit from its podium in the microcompact world. The Spoon Fit was not present to attend so result were based on the last test the Spoon Fit underwent by SCC. A change in one corner had been made to the track since then so times are not entirely comparable. Its interesting to see the results. The Competitors

NISSAN JUKE 2014 Yaris SE or Nissan Juke SV

Both cars go for same price tho the Juke has 6 speed and a turbo . [ATTACH] [ATTACH]

with the 1.4-liter turbo well here in Canada they both go for same money yaris SE is 19k so is Juke also i work at a dealer so i can get either at dealer cost....i would stick with 6spd and 2 wheel drive ..just need to see if the have resolved the timing chain problems with Juke i hear the are braking at 30k and up and Nissan is being an ass about it. Just an idea...dont get me wrong love my toyota

VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER CARAVELLE MULTIVAN BUS T1 Yaris T1 Upgrade

Plan Upgrade my T1 yaris to a 1.8 turbo and fully customise the interior Start Date January next year Please provide any hints and tips that have come in handy in your upgrades When I start I will regularly post photos of the build to keep everyone posted Thanks for the assist

Since I am still in the planning stage of what is turning into a costly project (bordering on about R100 000) I have decided to make a few changes. I am looking at dropping toyotas 4AGZE engine into the car leaving the super charger on and then turboing it. The drive train is all important here as the 17 rims (for reference Im looking at Enkei RP03s) I want to put on the car require a different bolt

NISSAN Do any of you REGRET buying the Versa vs. another

I bought my 2010 Versa 1.8 S HB last night after also test driving the yaris and the Fit. Before test driving I already had my heart set on the yaris so I drove it first. My family has always been toyota fans so I was biased. However after driving it I liked how peppy it was but the cabin noise and the interior did not impress me at all. Next I drove a Fit Sport. Hands down I liked everything about

had stopped making the Aereo in a hatch Subaru was no longer making the Baja... I wanted a small car because I enjoyed how easy it was to park and u-turn my Sidekick (which ironically had a higher safety rating than my Loyale) and Im very glad I had that preference as now I have to park in a ridiculously small parking garage... At the time the car manufacturers I looked to for long lasting cars (toyota

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 Bought it

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NISSAN BE This Is NOT Supposed To Be

Versa is an Impressive Surprise Small entry level cars are supposed to be SLOW CRUDE CHEAPLY FINISHED CRAPPY RADIO CRAMPED NOISY but at least FUEL EFFICIENT. By way of contrast the Versa (at least the SL with CVT and Technology Package) is 1) Reasonably Quick 2) Pretty Smooth Riding with limited tire slap and Comfortable Seats 3) Nicely Finished Interior with REAL padding and lots of storage crannies

matt_a wrote ...You only made one point that I dont fully agree with. You mentioned the instrument placement on the toyota yaris. I have a Scion xA with a center mounted gauge cluster. At first I thought I would hate the speedo being in that spot. It takes all of about 5 minutes to get used to it. Once youve driven it you not only dont mind it its kinda nice. I dont have to move my hands to see the

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 Just bought my new baby

[D] Yesterday and Im soooo happy about it Its a 200D (Im from Malta and as much as I love the larger cars its just not practical here and actually there arent any larger) My other car is a toyota yaris Verso with adjustable valve timing gasoline 13Hp automatic transmission and the difference between the two is so pronounced But I cant help not admitting that the Mercedes far surpasses her - I mean

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