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Old 03-02-2007, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thought you modders might like some of what's being offered overseas. Not that we know anyone in Taiwan...? See the bottomost pic:









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i love the radio/temp area. it looks awesome
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I think Ive seen this in the forums once before.....just the exterior though. I do like the temp and radio controls! Very Nice!
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I think I have seen these as well. But I highly doubt Suzuki will get this version of our car as it is to upscaled.
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Is that the face lifted version? Because too many things are different...
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No, don't plan on ever seeing that trim level here- Buick has a brand niche as a high-class brand in China. We get the Civic trim level, they get the Acura TL stuff. Too bad, too. That's some nice stuff- I'd go for those signal mirrors.

I like the front end, too, but I'd swap that grill out for an aluminum one -- just having a Buick logo on your car automatically qualifies you to drive slow in the left lane and hold up traffic.
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Wow, that stuff is nice, i like the trim, radio and temp controls. I also liked the tail lights.
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I wonder how many parts the high end verision of our car will fit our low end model. I know the head lights won't as they are a mix of the Reno and Forenza ones. But the tail lights look like they may fit. The same with the side mirrors.
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The taillights look like an easy swap add-on for the Forenza. And the side mirrors should be do-able, too.
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The taillights look like an easy swap add-on for the Forenza. And the side mirrors should be do-able, too.
yep dats what i was think so i started look for them but havent found anything yet plus i can read the language has anyone esle look for them i luv the taillights and side mirrors
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