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New Iswara..Lotus Tuned laaa

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Posted 04 May 2003 - 02:40 PM


    Heart Like a Wheel

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The clear rearlight with water is to rear flower-horn -lah. LOL Big Smile

Otherwise, why do they design it with the clear plastic instead of the
original standard? Big SmileBig SmileBig Smile

Imagine each of the rearlight has a flowerhorn swimming there. Nice view
for the rear car when stuck in traffic jam.

Also, imagine each time step on the brake, the flower-horn will glow!

Let's not forget about animal cruelty.


Posted 04 May 2003 - 04:12 PM


    White Lightning

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Anyway, I have one of this car at home right now. Tuned by Lotus. Right.
Handling not bad ler. Can do ler. But still it is an Iswara. Looks rather
weird at the back but then for the price you pay, i think it worth it. Who
cares anyway? Nowadays if you can have a car to drive, it's very good
enough. Anyway, it would be disposed in a year or two.

Big Smile


Posted 07 May 2003 - 11:30 PM


    Duke of Hazzard

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What actually this "Tuned by Lotus" is all about ? Engine tuning ?
Which part is different compare to the older model ?


Posted 09 May 2003 - 02:30 AM


    Fast & Furious

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Excuse me MGTi, I believe it's called a badge...


Posted 09 May 2003 - 02:34 AM


    Fast & Furious

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"For me I like the car also, but 1 item I really cannot figure out where
proton don want to change it. The carb engine why not change to the wira
1.3 injection engine. "


You like the car? Maaaaaan...they are not changing it period. The Iswara
is finally coming to it's end of it's lifespan after being around for
about 20 years.. or so....

Proton and Mitsu has amortised all the technology, why bother trying to
invent or modify another engine to fit? Just fit accessories and loud
exhaust to corner the market of those who can't afford the SGti but wants
a racing feel in a car.

The only way for some of our forummers, who wants to see a VR4 engine in
the Iswara, all I can say is that, the only way they will see that is to
do their own conversion.

Just my 2 cents


Posted 09 May 2003 - 10:06 AM


    Road Warrior

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Hi ssho,

I mean the price is quite ok to a lot people. The look quite attractive but
minus mod is a must. That car cost 38k and u compare to others is different
by a lot sure people will go for it.

Cheers ...


Posted 09 May 2003 - 04:39 PM


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at the last count - the current Iswara is about 11 years old.