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http://economy.autoblog.com/2006/01/05/toyotas-yaris-trd/

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Apparently Toyota is well aware that the North American market may view the Yaris compact as wanting in the power and handling department. Stuart found a Yaris on display at the L.A. auto show tuned by Street Image with a ton of TRD parts that may address this issue directly. Highlights include 18-inch wheels, a Sportivo suspension, lightweight flywheel and mechanical LSD. Street Image, known for its tuned Scions and Avalons from SEMA, also added an Eclipse AV/Nav system and custom rear subwoofer housing.

Complete mod list and more pics after the jump…

2007 Toyota Yaris by Street Image and TRD

TRD parts:

18-in wheels

Sportivo suspension

Exhaust manifold and muffler

Lightweight flywheel

Mechanical LSD

Low temp thermostat

Sport air filter

Sport oil filter

Custom cold air intake

Custom strut tower brace

TRD sport seats with unique interior trim

Eclipse audio/fideo nav system

Custom rear subwoofer housing

Custom interior light kit

Toyota accessory trim bits

Mods implemented by street image www.streetimage.com

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LSD, :lol:

That's probably what you have to be on to think those 1980s vinyl graphics look dope. Edited by mustang84

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makes sense. I've seen modded echo's, Aveo's et all running around, so there is definitely a market for'em. Laughing at this is the same kind of mindset that got GM lagging in the sport compact market years ago

Edited by Dragon

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>>"...Laughing at this is the same kind of mindset that got GM lagging in the sport compact market years ago..."<<

Is it also the same kind of mindset that got toyota lagging in the pickup truck market years ago ?

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