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    Default se saloon engine rubbish!

    dont u think a 1.6dohc should put more horsepower than se saloon gives! just compare honda 1.6 dohc!!!!


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    ANy expirment on that u say
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    Well the reason in simple. The SE-Saloon here in Pakistan was the ripped off version without any VVTI technology that was standard in other countries with 1.6L corolla engine. The situation is now corrected with 1.8L Altis that has a VVTI in it.
    If you walk away from your car and don't look back, you have bought the wrong car.

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