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Old 5th January 2010, 11:11   #1
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looks much more contemporary than ETIOS, much unlike Toyota who are playing safe
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Front bumper looks bit odd for the car of this size. Why car designs are becoming worst now a days? Companies have become more cost [COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]conscious[/FONT][/COLOR] I think.

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Any side profile pictures to gauge the length and also backside? Can you get the specs snapshot also? Need to know what engine is inside
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Nope i got this one from net itself....thanks to the original poster/photographer.
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One more pic from the rear.
The design looks very futuristic. Wow huge rims!

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ooh this one looks yuck ! No offense meant to Honda lovers but I'd pick the Etios over this any day. That said this is just a concept. I'm pretty sure the actual production version would be very much toned down but the overall profile (door panels ,a pillar,b pillar) would be the same.

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Concepts always look better than production versions. This small Honda car looks ugly from the rear. Hope it improves in production model. Wanna see more pics!
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One more pic from the rear.
The design looks very futuristic. Wow huge rims!
The rear looks quite unique and am sure the production version will not be like this. The Front profile looks quite attractive. Space also seems to be on the higher side.
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Well, no way will it look like this in production. I like the Toyota Etios since it looks closer to production design. This looks more like in A-star proportions in exterior but again the interior could be large.

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One more pic from the rear.
The design looks very futuristic. Wow huge rims!
IMHO this looks ugly.

while Chevy has already launched a VFM car Beat, Honda is still showing the concept. If they had priced Jazz rightly, that would have been a BIG small car.
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What was that? Yikes, i am not impressed. Well, Etios looks definitely better.
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What is with all the rear designs these days. it is like someone gave a nice kick at the center back. looks different though. I like maruti's RIII rear look compared to this
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Any interior pics, please. Would love to see the dashboard treatment. All new small cars are doing something innovative there.
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this concept car look very !@#$@!#%^^$@#@!!. not good looking to see at all.
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