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Thinking Of Getting A Toyota Glanza Turbo


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hey guys. i currently own a pug 106 quiksilver, thinking about something faster and liking the idea of a turbo.

what you guys think about them???

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Peugeot - Toyota

Peugeot - Toyota

Peugeot - Toyota

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No contest - shoot the Pug and buy a Toyota Glanza :yes:

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people on here are going to say that. like people on the 106OC just say pugpugpugpug all the time. but im staying clear headed and just looking for the better car...

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Yes of course we are going to say that but we are only repeating what independent car analysers report.... check out all surveys and you will find out that Toyota reliability is renowned throughout the industry :yes:

In my family we own a Prius, an Aygo and my Land Cruiser.... OK the Aygo is a Pug/Citroen with a few changes but Peugeot don't make anything that can rival either of the other cars. The same goes for the rest of the model range :yes:

Make the change over to a Glanza and you will not regret it :thumbsup:

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insurance group 8, 0-60 in 6.7 seconds, standing quarter in 15, low road tax as it is a 1.3, wa getting 35 mpg out of mine on a steady drive. They look good sound good and the boost is loverly!

Ill be honest, standard vs standard a 106 will handle better but slight suspension mods and they handle a dream

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standard power output is 133bhp, the cat is very restrictive and so is the intake so with exhaust and intake mods it can raise rather quickly

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If you like your 106 then why not get a last of the line 2003 106 gti. One of Clarkson's all time favourite cars and he knows what he's talking about.

Wouldn't personally bother with an imported car of that age but it's up to you dude!

Give me your budget and I'm sure we can advise further.

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Yeah give us a reason why?

I had a GT Turbo import and that was made in 1990, its still a toyota, it had done 140k and still running sweet!

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How much power do they put out? Being only a 1.3 + turbo

been told they can keep up with evos n scoobys round tracks so pretty quick i guess ..

ive never seen one go tho

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I would have one if I couldnt get insurance on my MR2!

BTW my MR2 is a 1991 import and no problems here!

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i seen a glanza when i was with my mate on the motorway last nite we were doin 90 and it just shot past asif we were stood still

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How much power do they put out? Being only a 1.3 + turbo

been told they can keep up with evos n scoobys round tracks so pretty quick i guess ..

ive never seen one go tho

Josie, do us a favour and research them a bit more :)

Round a track they have to have some work done to them to keep up with an evo or scooby, also the driver has to be good

If you need to know anything about them just ask

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How much power do they put out? Being only a 1.3 + turbo

been told they can keep up with evos n scoobys round tracks so pretty quick i guess ..

ive never seen one go tho

Josie, do us a favour and research them a bit more :)

sorry didnt realise you had to be a expert at cars

maybe you should of done a bit more research on wearing pink hats when your a lad :)

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I dont need to do any research on that, I am an expert! :P

I am not saying you need to be an expert on cars but if someone is asing for advice on a car, knowing something about the car actually helps. Imagine Clarkson coming on topgear saying you should buy the Aston Martin over the Ferrari because its nicer and stuff, and I have heard its quick!

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