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|4th June 2009, 10:49||#18|
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|4th June 2009, 10:54||#20|
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My eyes burn. Someone get me some eyedrops please.
It transforms the resale of the older pieces for sure
|4th June 2009, 10:57||#21|
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Who else thinks the verna's front end is actually melting?
I guess thats why its called the verna transform, its going to melt away and take shape as something else, watch this thread for the action!
|4th June 2009, 11:01||#23|
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The grille looks horrible and bulky bumpers too. I love the current looks of my Verna. Would love to change the exhaust that of the new.
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I think the design team at Hyundai have totally lost it. This car looks more chinese than korean. Maybe they should take a few tips from their KIA brand in terms of design.
|4th June 2009, 11:34||#30|
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Just when I thought Hyundai was starting to design some fantastic looking cars (i10/20/30), this one comes up! I would take the current one, but would I? They took up a not-so-decent looking car (in my opinion) and made it even worse.
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