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Interesting that you get the Bi Tone roof but what in the UK are mid range wheels.

Were the alloys something you chose to change or was that standard? :)

Nice either way!
 

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MerlyWerly said:
Interesting that you get the Bi Tone roof but what in the UK are mid range wheels.

Were the alloys something you chose to change or was that standard? :)

Nice either way!
The wheels are standard but the black roof is not; I asked the dealer to spray it black for me. So it was not really a Bi-Tone car but anyway it is now; I like the combination very much.
 

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giannisvrch said:
It's beautifull! Here in Greece we cannot also choose these wheels with bi-tone but if we could i would follow you also!

I'm waiting your review about Mpg!
http://www.chrforums.uk/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=463

Enjoy!
In Holland we can't either so it was not a Bi-Tone car originally; I let them spray the roof in black for me.
 

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MerlyWerly said:
Interesting that you get the Bi Tone roof but what in the UK are mid range wheels.

Were the alloys something you chose to change or was that standard? :)

Nice either way!
In Germany the models are reversed. The single colour Excel (Lounge) is the top model with the above alloys and the dual colour Premium (Style) the "mid" range. It seems to vary from country to country what the "top" or "mid" range is.
 

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John123 said:
MerlyWerly said:
Interesting that you get the Bi Tone roof but what in the UK are mid range wheels.

Were the alloys something you chose to change or was that standard? :)

Nice either way!
In Germany the models are reversed. The single colour Excel (Lounge) is the top model with the above alloys and the dual colour Premium (Style) the "mid" range. It seems to vary from country to country what the "top" or "mid" range is.
John's all over this :) and totally correct.
Still kinda of strange the way Toyota has done this.
 
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