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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Don't worry, the plate will cover part of that.

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    Will this be another plate relocator issue like the mazda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamur View Post
    Will this be another plate relocator issue like the mazda?

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    Can't seem to find a possible relocation option there.....No mod needed.2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Can't seem to find a possible relocation option there.....No mod needed.2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

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    Hologram then. Lol!

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    the first top safety pick plus for the corolla

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    #15
    I like the front, more aggresive and sporty. Yung side profile, not so much.

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    #16
    For us who tend grind our cars to the ground, would've preferred old school reliability over a few added MPGs via CVT. Granting they're now better than early versions, they're still the same intricate system of pulleys and belts working in a more synchronized way than regular ATs. More repeated movements of parts. More wear and tear quicker. More frequent CVT fluid changes. Good for short term service, not for keeps.2020 Toyota Corolla Altis


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    #17
    adding the 1st gear improves their direct shift cvts reliability imo.

    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    For us who tend grind our cars to the ground, would've preferred old school reliability over a few added MPGs via CVT. Granting they're now better than early versions, they're still the same intricate system of pulleys and belts working in a more synchronized way than regular ATs. More repeated movements of parts. More wear and tear quicker. More frequent CVT fluid changes. Good for short term service, not for keeps.2020 Toyota Corolla Altis


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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    adding the 1st gear improves their direct shift cvts reliability imo.
    Should extend life expectancy, but the eventual end would still mean assembly swap, not rehab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    For us who tend grind our cars to the ground, would've preferred old school reliability over a few added MPGs via CVT. Granting they're now better than early versions, they're still the same intricate system of pulleys and belts working in a more synchronized way than regular ATs. More repeated movements of parts. More wear and tear quicker. More frequent CVT fluid changes. Good for short term service, not for keeps.2020 Toyota Corolla Altis


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    50,000 km and counting with my CVT and all good so far. CVTF change same as regular ATF (every 40k) with the same volume (4L). And this car isn't baby'ed at all. 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

    Hoping for the same reliable performance for the next hundred thousand km. 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    50,000 km and counting with my CVT and all good so far. CVTF change same as regular ATF (every 40k) with the same volume (4L). And this car isn't baby'ed at all. 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

    Hoping for the same reliable performance for the next hundred thousand km. 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

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    I wish the same, sir. Many keep their cars for less than a decade. CVTs maybe fine for that. We have a few running beyond 2...regular ATs.

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