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I purchased a couple of (expensive) D4D red/chrome badges from MR T and stuck one under each side repeater of my Charcoal Aygo sport. As is the fashion among the other toyota models.

Personally, i think they should've been on the vehicle in the first place, to distinguish it from the petrol models.

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Perhaps they didn't want to distinguish the diesel from the petrol and seeing as it isn't a D4-D engine then it would be a bit of false advertising.

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Good point. However, Ford don't seem to have a problem with re-branding the HDI engine as TDCI, but then Ford have used this peugeot/citroen engine in more of their models than Toyota.

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Yes looks a bit naff to me. I prefer cars with less badges/stickers, makes them look messy and cluttered.

Mart.

I'll get gid of the tdci and maybe the toyota. I'm not a fan of chrome plastic

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from http://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/lof...php/t49092.html

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he he . . yes debadged mine pretty soon after getting it.

It does leave a couple of holes so I covered them with some nice TRD emblems. The main thing is to get that huge Toyota 'T' off the rear glass - is it just me or is this Badge just way out of proportion with the rest of the car ?

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