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Published 07/06/2020 @ 02:03:56, By Renz203
Should be changed to Sentra Exalta rather than Exaltra Sentra
https://www.imcdb.org/vehicles_make-Nissan_model-Exalta.html

Latest Edition: 07/06/2020 @ 06:11:26


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Published 13/06/2020 @ 22:55:07, By Mystery Man
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Published 24/06/2020 @ 02:12:25, By Exiv96

There is a special case for the Trooper, I guess it was requested at some point. Shall I just remove that?


Yes, please. The problem with the I & II, is that the first generation of the Trooper was - bizarrely - called Trooper II in North America, and until 1989. Then it was just Trooper.

Now that I've put a "mark" on all these entries, the american-spec ones read "Isuzu Trooper II I" which is a bit confusing. That's why I'm asking for a "Series" mark for these Troopers.
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Published 24/06/2020 @ 06:37:56, By antp
Done

For the Frontera, is A & B really used on these?
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Published 10/07/2020 @ 15:30:11, By Exiv96
No idea. A, B, C... is the usual way of counting Opel generations. Are they used for the Fronteras too ? Maybe at least in Germany.
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Published 12/07/2020 @ 23:44:23, By Exiv96
Here's a small request : change the Mazda RX-8 chassis code from FE3S to SE3P.

http://imcdb.org/vehicle_985397-Mazda-RX-8-SE3P-2004.html
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Published 14/07/2020 @ 15:49:17, By dhill_cb7
Hello,

I have researched a lot of Brazilian Chevrolet models recently. I stumbled across the Corolla Fielder.

It was badged only as a Fielder upon viewing for sale sites. Plate checks in Brazil (found a few) only pull Fielder nameplate and do not mentioned Corolla at all.

Do we keep the Corolla name on the wagon ? It seems it was marketed as a Corolla Fielder but the evidence above seems to disprove that?

Here is a nice write up (if you can't read Protugeuse you will need google translate): https://www.noticiasautomotivas.com.br/toyota-fielder/
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Published 15/07/2020 @ 22:25:43, By Sandie
No idea. A, B, C... is the usual way of counting Opel generations. Are they used for the Fronteras too ? Maybe at least in Germany.


TBH, the Opel letters are sometimes used here to describe Vauxhalls (Corsas, Vectras etc), probably as much as - if not more than - MK numbers.

Not sure about the Frontera, wasn't it as much a restyling of an old platform much like the 2000+ Omega B2?
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Published 21/07/2020 @ 23:05:05, By night cub
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Published 22/07/2020 @ 11:33:55, By antp
Done
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Published 26/07/2020 @ 14:11:49, By Exiv96

I have researched a lot of Brazilian Chevrolet models recently. I stumbled across the Corolla Fielder.

It was badged only as a Fielder upon viewing for sale sites. Plate checks in Brazil (found a few) only pull Fielder nameplate and do not mentioned Corolla at all.

Do we keep the Corolla name on the wagon ? It seems it was marketed as a Corolla Fielder but the evidence above seems to disprove that?


I've had a look at my bedside website, the one that started my interest in Toyota chassis codes, and it appears you're right.

http://japan-parts.eu/toyota/gr/2006/corolla-s-america/zze122l-gwmnkg/4_157350_012_/body/7501_emblem-name-plate-exterior-interior/2

I've updated them manually, since it's just thirteen cars. The rest are Corolla Fielders, mostly JDM versions.
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Published 26/07/2020 @ 14:19:34, By Exiv96
A small request. Put [CZ4A] as chassis code for all Lancer Evo X instead of [CY].

http://imcdb.org/vehicles_make-Mitsubishi_model-Lancer+Evolution+X.html
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Published 27/07/2020 @ 09:19:52, By antp
Done
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