|Looks more like a Mitsubishi Lancer.|
I mean, this Lancer. Hehe 😅
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| CarCrazedAlex586 wrote |
It's hard to import a car these days in the Philippines but they do get in my country as long as it's converted to LHD.I wanna import a 1989 Nissan March Turbo someday. But if your country has many riced Honda Civics and you can't find a stock one, go in here buy a Civic because my country has many Civics (most Civics here are stock, and there are many of them) and there many kinds of Civics to buy. Some Honda Civics here are riced/Pre-riced,old and beat-up and stock. Body styles? Sedan and hatchback and if you ask me if there are Civic shuttles, well, no chance (Tuned Civics are not for sale here.) And here are the generations available- 5th gen to the lastest gen. And if you're lucky, you could even buy (or not, since it's one of the rare) grey import 4th gen Civic Sedan.
| ProjectDriver wrote |
The S-Series Wagon never had a grille and it's headlights doesn't even match. It's got to be a Japanese/European Wagon.
|Why a freaking Lexus?! It's just a Maserati with Lexus rear.|
|Looks more like a Suzuki Cultus Crescent Wagon to me with a Saturn rear.|
|Land Rover Freelander?|
Or even a Mazda Tribute
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| Klumb3r wrote |
In the US market the 3rd gen of the best selling convertible is called a MX-5 Miata. So this name was just used in the US version of the game. While in Japan, the MX-5 is called a Roadster. Being a successor to the Eunos Roadster, which is a JDM version of the Mk1 and Mk2 MX-5.
| Klumb3r wrote |
I think the name Montero was just used in the US version of the game since the Pajero in the US Market is called a Montero.
|1976 Volkswagen Derby or maybe a Mk.2 Ford Escort (EU Version)?|
| BrianMak wrote |
What's funny about that? This,Dodge Ram Van and a Ford Transit are vans that are suitable for drifting.
|Looks more like a Proton Waja/Impian to me.|
|I thought the Ipsum name was only used in Japan. So is this MPV a grey import? Bolivia don't wreck grey import cars right? If not, This will be listed as Picnic.|
|Reminds me of a Buick and a Mazda.|
|I don't know why this makes me think of I-Mark.|
But I do agree on Mitsubishi Lancer.
| Mark0 wrote |
Agree on Toyota Corolla.
|I didn't know it was just my favorite car |
|Looks like a Renault to me.|
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Or maybe a Toyota Century?
Or a Crown or Cedric? I don't know.
|Reminds me of Mitsubishi Minicab, Subaru Sambar, Honda Acty and Daihatsu Hijet.|
Or even an Autozam Scrum, which is a rebadged Carry.
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|Looks like a Toyota MR2 to me.|
|1989 Nissan Caravan with 2006 Hiace rear.|
|Toyota Crown Comfort.|
| Mark0 wrote |
I agree. But reminds me of Rover Metro for some reason.
|The front looks like an E90 Corolla but the body the rear looks like a Lexus LS400 mixed with a Nissan, like a Cefiro or a Leopard and a Crown or something. But I do agree on Cadillac Seville.|
|Looks like a Nissan Sentra Exalta to me.|
|I don't know why this always remimds of a Buick Century and LeSabre to me.|
|Lincoln Town Car Stretched Limousine|
|My guesses are:|
1. Chevrolet Astro/GMC Savana
2. Ford Econoline
3. Volkswagen Transporter
4. Mercedes-Benz Vito
| ryan2t4 wrote |
Who cares? Anyway, most asians like to tune this car. I think the brio in your country likes to rice Honda Brios while here in my country likes to rice Mitsubishi Mirages.
|Huh, the only best-selling Japanese car in South Korea.|
|Of course it's a Caprice, not a Crown Vic. I think the Chevrolet Caprice was commonly used as a Police car and a taxi in the1990s before the Ford Crown Vic became common around NYC.|
|Maybe a Renault Espace?|
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Might be this? (I don't know the model of the bus so I've just put the Tomica model instead)
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|Model Year is 1970. (Not sure)|
| GamerFIB7590 wrote |
Or even a Tesstarossa.
|This car reminds me of two Peugeots, the 106 and the 206.|
EDIT: I don't know why this also reminds me of an Opel Corsa and a Honda Civic.
Another Edit: since the name of the car is "Macro", this might be a K11 Nissan Micra.
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|It's a Holden Commodore with messed up textures. So, Made for Game?|
| K20lover199 wrote |
I agree. And how did you put a picture on the comment?
|The front looks like a Volvo 740 Estate or a 850 while the rear looks like a Mercedes Benz E 300 (W124) Estate|
|The body looks like from a Jeep Cherokee while the rear is from a Ford Explorer|
|To me, kinda looks like a Box-Type Lancer|
| BrianMak wrote |
Then how about a Nissan? Cedric,Gloria or a Crew?
|The front reminds me of (not again) an Isuzu FF Gemini.|
|Maybe a 2006 Hyundai Accent or a 1999 Kia Rio?|
| GoodTwApple wrote |
Yes, the whole body is from a Nissan Caravan/Urvan and kinda look like a little bit Toyota Hiace.
| Desscythe17 wrote |
stunt driving in commercials should attract customers, right? And the last passenger car they've made was the Aska,
They've stopped making it back in 2002, 2 years after my most favorite car stopped production (you probably know that car right?) And then they've focus on making more trucks,buses,pick-up trucks,Sport Utility Vehicles and Asian Utility Vehicles
| Burn Rubber wrote |
Isuzu passenger cars are beautiful. The Piazza/Impulse is designed by Italdesign and the 1987-1989 Gemini is designed by Giorgetto. The reason I liked the Gemini (except 1st Gen and those Honda Badged Geminis) is the design and their commercials attracted me so it's my fave car.
Edit: Geminis are most common cars in Manila during the Martial Law. along with some Corollas, Holden Toranas, Mercedes Benz, Crowns, Beetles and more.......
And kinda looks better fighting with a Porsche 928 to me. 😀
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