|Tough call. This site doesn't list the Skyline GT-R as a separate model, yet treats the Viper ACR as one when there are far less differences between an ACR and a standard Viper than a GT-R and a base Skyline. For now I'm inclined to leave the Sport in with the other Swifts rather than separate it out.|
| GroupB wrote |
The Swift Sport has different engine, wheels, grille, bodykit, headlights, taillights and a spoiler.
It's like comparising a BMW and a BMW M.
And I know that the internet is full of questionable and wrong informations, but IMCDB is a reliable website.
|What makes it a separate car from the base model? There's a lot of conflicting info out there and they look outwardly similar.|
|I think "Sport" should be the part of the name, because it's a separate vehicle, not a trim level of the normal Swift.|
On IMCDB it's the part of the name:
And according to a comment, it's a 2013+ model, because it's a five door model.
|Fixed. Eventually, cars like these Swifts, Altos, etc. should have chassis codes added as their numbers grow, but it will require changing all the listings and agreeing on a standardized format. The codes used in games don't always precisely match the ones used here or elsewhere on the web.|
| RushCars24 wrote |
It's listed the same way as all the other Swifts on the site. Adding Sport to the name will segregate it in the searches. If you're new to the site, clicking on the model name of a vehicle will bring up all the others of its kind, and it a good guide to see how they should be listed.
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