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  1. Hey guys, thought I'd pop over to the Supra forum to say g'day. Pop quiz... A drag race between a stock Supra and a stock TRD Aurion? Who would fare the better?!? Cant wait to hear some replies. Cheers.
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  2. My Camry hybrid 2013 has only done 60000k so should last us another 10 years at least. Have owned Toyotas most of my life including celiacs, land cruisers, and now waiting for my new RAV 4 AWD, also had a Mitsubishi, Hyundai and Isuzu and fords in the past. Toyotas have been by far the most reliable of the lot.
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  3. NO BACK SEATS???? well the poor kids of tomorrow will find a way to enjoy the learning curve of "you know what" without a back seat, but damn they were fun days of my first car a old mini cooper. mind you She Who Must Be Obeyed says she was way more flexible then as was I 😉😉😉 KAA
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  4. 2014 Toyota Aurion Sportivo ZR6 I've found a performance chip in America for the V6 Camry of the same year. From experience I know they both have the same engine and the chip will be compatible. Has anyone installed one or know anyone who has? It claims to give 40-60hp for $300
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  5. I wouldn't think twice about buying a Camry. It is a world class car with Toyota's legendary quality and reliability.
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  6. Depending on the drivers; in a legal drag race, I think the Supra(JZA80 Twin Turbo) by a car length. In stock form they aren't that fast. The Aurion has the disadvantage being a heavy FWD car. The Supra side of this forum is not very frequently used, as they have dedicated forums elsewhere.
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