I expanded the geographic range of a search for SE hatches with a manual and it looks as if the shortage may be regional.
You'd think this would be a great time to buy, but it's less so if the supply limits one's options.
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Originally Posted by an admitted and slack-jawed racist
Longo Toyota in socal has 2 manual SE and 1 XSE
Last edited by gonzo08452; 10-08-2020 at 11:20 AM.
Some profs from TOTD and then crappy cell phones. The Option Labs and Rally Armor are how it currently sits.
The ebay splitter will be coming off for a proper Artworks Bodyshop front and side kit. Then I think I'll be satisfied until the Corolla Grumunnumum comes out. There is no point in attempting to make this one fast so it's just a style canvas for me.
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Originally Posted by Time for an aSS
I think the styling of this car has aged pretty rapidly.
I just went for a a 20-30 minute test drive this afternoon. CVT, XSE Trim. On paper and all the research I have done, I love it. I love the styling and the simplicity of it. The engine and the CVT were great and it was peppy enough. The back seat sitting behind myself at 6ft is OK. It is a bit tight, but it was do-able. The gauges were clear and everything was Toyota quality. What surprised me was I could not get comfortable in the seat for whatever reason. I was bummed... literally. I loved everything about the car but the seat didn't give me confidence if I were driving it for 30 minutes. Maybe it's my shape. Getting back into the Mazda3 seats felt 100 times better.
In contrast, the Crosstrek Sport I also drove immediately after that felt WAY more comfortable. Tough choice and a tad disappointed my butt wasn't feeling it.