I have the cash so price is no object unless it gets silly. I just want a car with the one option, the best of everything. Probably the only compromise will be the colour.How much does getting a CE matter to you over a Core with the diffs?
Even going with the Core though, I expect it'll be incredibly hard to get a new one ever if you don't put your name down relatively soon, if it isn't over 70k that is.
Both are advertised for a late-2022 release (according to official Toyota press releases). I'm hoping a few people opt for the 86 over the GRC and improve our chances.Toyota haven't even released the GR86 in Aus yet so I'll be surprised if any GRCs even make it here in 2022.
This is exactly why I prefer to get a core with the pp and speaker upgrade rather than the CE.Well the biggest problem with the GRC Circuit Edition is if they decide to only run it for 12 months of production. I'm not sure if that's a good or a bad thing. Some it may appear to be good because they get a "Unique car" that very few people have but for me I would be more worried about parts and ongoing support for it.
Yes but that extra NZD10K has people drop out of the race for one. I can walk into a Merc dealer and order an AMG A45S tomorrow, put down a NZD$10k deposit and have it custom built with the colour I want and have it delivered in 6 to 8 months, why ? because it costs NZD$125K and people are not exactly queuing up to buy one.This is exactly why I prefer to get a core with the pp and speaker upgrade rather than the CE.
Honestly the carbon roof and bonnet vents are not enough for me to spend up to an extra 10k
What dealer did you speak to?The i20N or i30N looks great but its front wheel drive so no thanks.
I just signed up for a GR Corolla Circuit Edition. Dealer was happy to take all my details and more information will be known for our market in September 2022.
No deposit required here but they want to know where you live so I guess if you don't buy it they will come round and break your arm.