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how to identify Singapore or Thailand use toyota corolla121 g grade...

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Easiest way is to look for the badge. If the front badge is the Toyota badge, it will be brand new or non-JDM (usually Singapore if CR says "Reconditioned"). If the front badge is the Corolla badge then its JDM,

Badges can be easily swapped. You can also look at the interior. If it has absolutely nothing in Japanese then its a Singapore-version. If the sunvisor, seat belts, dashboard etc has Japanese words, then its JDM. Singapore cars usually come with cheap leather seats.

 

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Topic was under discussion many times over if you took some time  to search the forum.

 

 

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thank you very much friends....

rumesh88 can you give me links....

i tried but i could not find....

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7 hours ago, ish40002 said:

thank you very much friends....

rumesh88 can you give me links....

i tried but i could not find....

Links are given in my post.You may google for site:forum.autolanka.com toyota 121 for more threads on the subject.

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On ‎2017‎-‎02‎-‎28 at 10:50 AM, Crosswind said:

Easiest way is to look for the badge. If the front badge is the Toyota badge, it will be brand new or non-JDM (usually Singapore if CR says "Reconditioned"). If the front badge is the Corolla badge then its JDM,

Badges can be easily swapped. You can also look at the interior. If it has absolutely nothing in Japanese then its a Singapore-version. If the sunvisor, seat belts, dashboard etc has Japanese words, then its JDM. Singapore cars usually come with cheap leather seats.

 

is this method suitable for 2004 or above 121 's .because i see some g grades has toyota badge in front shell....

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I've seen many brand new imported ones for sale, rebadged as G grades and quoting prices over 3.2mil.Even they had installed teak panels.The easiest ways to identify a proper G grade can be sorted out as this.

-Automatic climate control + Rear Armrest  + Steering Wheel with the Chrome Toyota Emblem

Those 3 can be easily identified.Sometimes due to usage the chrome paint of the steering wheel emblem may had dissapeared.But the G grade's steering wheel is a bit different than others,looks a bit fatty in the middle.

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There are web sites, which use the Chassis number to identify the details of the Vehicle.Including Year, month, Grade of the vehicles.

This is a one of it. You can ask for the Chassis number and check it on these sites.

http://www.japan-partner.com/check-manufacture-year.php

http://jpnauction.com/month

Cheers

Raveendra

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6 hours ago, raveeJaya said:

There are web sites, which use the Chassis number to identify the details of the Vehicle.Including Year, month, Grade of the vehicles.

This is a one of it. You can ask for the Chassis number and check it on these sites.

http://www.japan-partner.com/check-manufacture-year.php

http://jpnauction.com/month

Cheers

Raveendra

This does not work for brand new vehicles 

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