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Old 03-13-2010, 09:52 AM
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Oh dear. Can we please NOT import that rear spoiler...

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Oh dear. Can we please NOT import that rear spoiler...

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It just needs a row of led's for extra braking lights.
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I think you misjudged its function- it's not a spoiler, its a rear end loader. You see, if you've got a pile of dirt or compost you want to load up, you drop the tailgate and back up, the "scoop" picks up material until the cargo bed is full. Really clever, huh?
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OHHHHH... Now I understand! no, no I don't...

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check out the prices.

http://www.mahindraeurope.com/schede...20Goa%2008.pdf

http://www.mahindraeurope.com/schede...olero%2008.pdf

I could afford the Bolero today
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I wish M&M will release the pricing of the TR series pretty soon. I want to see what I wish I could have and what I can afford.
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It is looking like it will be $1000 cheeper than the Tacoma. So figure what kind of Taco you want, take $1000-$2000 the most off that price and you got it.
It will not be as cheap as we all thougth originally, due to the "chiken tax" plus all the upgrades that they are having to make to the US market.
In any case, we should know after May 1st.
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