• Aug 4th 2007 at 2:07PM
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No big surprise here, but the Toyota Blade Master hasn't even finished its first cup of coffee in Japan's Toyota showrooms and TRD is already standing by with accessories. In addition to the selection of appearance upgrades available since the Blade's launch, TRD has released the Ver.S performance muffler and a TRD Sportivo suspension kit consisting of shocks, springs and stabilizers for the V6-powered hatch.

[Source: Toyota via Carview]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      does it look at all like certain infiniti products to anyone else?
        • 8 Years Ago
        To me, it looks like 12 feet of car. Plain ole' car. Bleh.

        Oh, with a splitter in front. ô¿ô
        • 8 Years Ago
        No.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I saw the auris while in the UK, its a nice car, Id buy one, its miles ahead of our old styled Corolla.
      • 8 Years Ago
      • 8 Years Ago
      The Toyota Blade is what appears to be the latest model Toyota Auris hatchback in Europe, which also retained the Corolla name in New Zealand and Australia with only the headlamps changed on the Blade. The Auris/Corolla was designed in Toyota's design centre in France, and is usually fitted with engines ranging from 1.4 litres (we have the 1.8 in NZ). The Blade distinguishes itself by having much larger engines than the garden-variety Auris/Corolla. Its sedan version, which doesn't share a single body panel, was designed in Japan.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Blade Master? What in the hell kind of name is that?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Excellent looking car! I found some tips on buying a car.

      http://howtobuystuffs.info/articles/4/1/Tips-For-Buying-A-Car/Page1.html