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Not sure if it's already posted on here and if this is the correct forum:
I just watched it on a full size screen and I agree that it is animated, to a point. I think some of it is hybrid animation over photography but I could be wrong, I certainly have been before.It's animated.
It's chain driven. I probably wouldn't have bought one if it used a belt.So does the 1.6 use a roller timing chain as shown or a belt? I assume a chain or they wouldn't show it, and I find that comforting.
Same here, The only two cars that I've owned than used a belt was my Celica All Trac Turbos and Toyota Cressida.It's chain driven. I probably wouldn't have bought one if it used a belt.
Nice of them to put holes in your new car. Fuckers. This is why I insist on NO DEALER ADVERTISING (plates, stickers, anything) written into all my purchase agreements. I have de-badging written in too - let them risk scratching the paint....The troglodytes at the dealership used self tapping screws to attach the license plate bracket before I saw the car and am looking to both cover those holes as well as minimize the visual effect of the brick until a suitable replacement grill can be sourced.