Encyclopedia Hoonatica: The Name's The Same

There are only so many memorable, cool-sounding, or widely known car names, and many have been recycled over the years on different, unrelated models. Many have even been affixed to cars from different manufacturers. But in some cases, a particular car maker has concurrently sold different cars in different markets under the same name. That is what you’re tasked with listing today.
Here are the caveats:

  • The vehicles need to be sold concurrently, or at least in the same decade or so.
  • The vehicles need to be by the same manufacturer (or at least the same industrial conglomerate.) No thieved car names.
  • No “world car” model that happened to be sold in different countries, but was basically the same platform.
  • No race cars or concept cars. We want regular production cars for sale to the public.
  • Sub-lines and trim level names are a gray area. Toss them out only if they are fairly notable and unusual. Nothing generic, such as “Limited Edition” or “Sport.”

Difficulty: As easy as taking candy from a Buddha.
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  1. Eric Rood Avatar
    Eric Rood

    How about the Citi Golf? Is that a gray area? It was a Mk.1 Golf sold through 2009 while VW has had a few generations since.
    <img src="http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2007/04/citigolf_r_lo_001.jpg&quot; width="500">
    And along those lines, the original Beetle was built in a lot of places long after VW started selling the "New Beetle." (EDIT: The one below was a 2003, I think, from Mexico.)
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/98/Volkswagen_Sedan_Ult_Edic_Beige.JPG&quot; width="500">

    1. Devin Avatar

      You had the Golf, which was in Mk. V, the City Golf, which was in Mk. IV, and the Citi Golf, which was Mk. 1, all sold concurrently.

    2. BlackIce_GTS Avatar

      Volkswagen habitually facelifts previous generation cars and sells them alongside the new ones in Canada.
      Because we're cheap or something?

  2. buzzboy7 Avatar

    Because the Beetle was my first thought as well how about the T2 Transporter. Made until 2013 outliving the T3 and the T4 and sold concurrently with the T5.
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/5d/1973-1980_Volkswagen_Kombi_%28T2%29_van_01.jpg/1280px-1973-1980_Volkswagen_Kombi_%28T2%29_van_01.jpg&quot; width="600">

  3. Scott W. Avatar
    Scott W.

    The Ford Fusion:
    In America, a sensible family sedan
    <img src="http://static.cargurus.com/images/site/2008/04/23/22/42/2007_ford_fusion_sel_v6-pic-31923.jpeg&quot; width="600">
    In Europe, a funky mini wannabe-crossover thing based on the Fiesta that was pooh-poohed by Fifth Gear
    <img src="http://www.motivemagazine.com/emAlbum/albums/Manufacturers/Ford/Europe/Fusion/Exterior/ford-fusion-005.jpg&quot; width="600">
    I'll take the Euro version, thanks.
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/WiyTVDSXRu0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    1. crank_case Avatar

      They Euro version isn't bad alright, huge space inside and still a pretty decent chassis.

    2. RichardKopf Avatar

      I rarely see any Fusions here in Germany. I had honestly forgotten about them.

  4. crank_case Avatar

    This model name sharing has been a source of endless pain for me everytime I try to google info about my daily driver, which is a UK honda accord..
    US Honda Accord circa 2003
    <img src="http://images.thecarconnection.com/med/2003-honda-accord-sdn-ex_100030018_m.jpg&quot; width="600">
    Swindon UK built European accord of the same vintage, had been in production since the late 90s, but is a totally different car.
    <img src="http://s1.cdn.autoevolution.com/images/gallery/HONDAAccord-2990_1.jpg&quot; width="600">
    JDM Accord up to 2002, also not related to the above two, confusingly, the go-faster version is called a Euro-R, even though it was never sold in Europe (but you do get grey imports)
    <img src="http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j111/ballzofjutsu/EURO-R6.jpg&quot; width="600">

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      They should have been in accord.

  5. Devin Avatar

    I'm not clear on how similar the models actually are, but since all the dimensions are different, Toyota Camry in the '90s. In a bid to appeal to American tastes, American versions got bigger, while Japanese versions stayed a bit smaller for the sake of tax reasons. Here is one from Japan:
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/54/1994-1998_Toyota_Camry_V40.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Here is one from America:
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4d/1992-1994_Toyota_Camry_Sedan.jpg/280px-1992-1994_Toyota_Camry_Sedan.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Except that they thought maybe someone in Japan would like this new, bigger Camry, so they still sold it there, as the Scepter.

    1. Tomsk Avatar

      The JDM narrow-body Camry you picked (the V40) was the generation after the V30 that provided the basis for the USDM wide-body XV10 pictured. The doors, side glass and many other major components were interchangeable, but the XV10 was 3.3" wider.
      <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9b/Toyota_Camry_(third_generation,_V30)_(front),_Serdang.jpg" width="500">
      Toyota did something similar with the first-gen Estima (a.k.a. Previa): You had the standard wide-body Estima/Previa, and the narrower, shorter Estima Lucida and Estima Emina that used the same door and body side stampings.

      1. Devin Avatar

        The generations did get out of sync in 1994 or 5, I know the V40 and the XV10 were in production simultaneously.

  6. Devin Avatar

    Am I wrong in thinking the late '00s Honda Odyssey is kind of cool? The one in Japan, that is:
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/43/2006-2008_Honda_Odyssey.jpg/1280px-2006-2008_Honda_Odyssey.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Though the American Odyssey has its merits.
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/db/2005_Honda_Odyssey_LX_–_NHTSA.jpg/1280px-2005_Honda_Odyssey_LX_–_NHTSA.jpg&quot; width="500">

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      One has to wonder…if you already have a nicely balanced design like the one above, why not copy it for another car of the same name? The American Odyssey looks greatly anonymized in comparison. Could have been a Kia. Odyssey-owner Kiefmo might have some insight here…?
      The prettier one reminds me of the second generation Stream:
      <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b4/Honda_Stream_(second_generation)_(front),_Singapore.jpg" width="600">

    2. Tomsk Avatar

      I dearly wish they had brought the JDM Odyssey over as an Acura (VSX? VDX?). It probably could have siphoned a few sales from the R-Class, Town & Country, MKT and other high-end crypto-vans.

    3. OA5599 Avatar

      The 70's-80's Honda Odyssey was the cool one.
      <img src="http://www.offroadvintage.com/USERIMAGES/FL250_ODYSSEY_1983_1.jpg&quot; width=500>

  7. Andy Avatar

    "Jeep" tends to be used to describe any SUV in many parts of the world. Considering Russia already had a domestic SUV branded Patriot, Jeep simply badged the Patriot – Liberty, since Liberty name tag wasn't used on the KJ or KK in Europe, which on the other side of the pond were branded as Cherokee. <img src="http://drivenews.com.ua/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/JeepLiberty-01.jpg&quot; width="500">

  8. PotbellyJoe ★★★★★ Avatar
    PotbellyJoe ★★★★★
  9. mike Avatar

    This should fit under the "same industrial conglomerate" rule : the Plymouth Valiant and the Australian-built Chrysler Valiant.
    <img src="http://www.autogaleria.hu/autok/plymouth/valiant-1963-66/plymouth_valiant-1963-66_r3.jpg&quot; width="600">
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9f/Chrysler_VG_Valiant_sedan.JPG/1024px-Chrysler_VG_Valiant_sedan.JPG&quot; width="600">
    And to make things even weirder, the Australian Valiant range included models/body styles/trim levels such as Valiant Charger (later named just Chrysler Charger), Valiant Charger Drifter, Valiant Pacer, Valiant Regal (later Chrysler Regal), Valiant Regal LeBaron, Valiant Safari, Valiant Regal Safari, Valiant Wayfarer, Valiant V8, Valiant V.I.P. (later Chrysler VIP), and the Valiant-based Chrysler Hardtop and (i shit you not) Chrysler by Chrysler.

    1. Devin Avatar

      Using this as an excuse to put a picture of a Valiant Charger here, since it's got a pretty weird double hit on today's question and also looks cool.
      <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/15/Valiant_VH_Charger.JPG/1024px-Valiant_VH_Charger.JPG&quot; width="500">
      Valiant VIP is actually a weird one, because VIP was a Plymouth package that stood for "Very Important Plymouth". Also briefly sold at the same time.

  10. Devin Avatar

    In China, if you have a hankering for a Chevrolet compact sedan, you can buy a Chevrolet Cruze:
    <img src="http://www.carnewschina.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/chevrolet-cruze-china-11-660×436.jpg?b5a031&quot; width="500">
    Or you can buy a Cruze Classic:
    <img src="http://gmauthority.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Chevrolet-Cruze-Classic-China-720×340.jpg&quot; width="500">

  11. Pinkerton1 Avatar

    It feels like walking into an alternate universe when I look at pics of Australian cars. I can only assume that Australians feel the same way when they gaze upon our Fords, GMs, and Chryslers. Example: Ford Fairmont in Australia was a long-lived badge from 1965-2008. These are both 1982 editions. The Aussie Fairmont would easily be mistaken for a Toyota Corolla, but I like that styling.
    <img src="http://www.kitfoster.com/images/2011-3-9_Fairmont1980Web-Large.jpg&quot; width="600">
    <img src="http://bestsellingcarsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/1982/01/Ford-Falcon-Australia-1979.jpg&quot; width="600">

    1. LTDScott Avatar

      When I was growing up in Australia, my dad had an XD Fairmont like the one pictured. That in turn spawned my love for boxy '80s cars, and is part of the reason why I have an '85 Ford LTD (successor to the US Fairmont) with Aussie "Super Roo" stickers on it.
      On a related note, I am relatively confident that both the Aussie and American Fairmont wagons used the same rear hatch.
      <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/14/Ford_Falcon_XE_Wagon_GL_rear.jpg&quot; width="650/">
      <img src="http://www.stationwagon.com/gallery/pictures/1980_Ford_Fairmont_3_back.jpg&quot; width=650>

  12. Devin Avatar

    On the same market, different car, there's the Chrysler Sebring convertible and sedan, which were Chryslers.
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/04-06_Chrysler_Sebring_convertible.jpg/1280px-04-06_Chrysler_Sebring_convertible.jpg&quot; width="500">
    And there was the Chrysler Sebring coupe, which looks like it was part of the same line, but was a rebodied Mitsubishi Eclipse, even though it seems like it would have been easier to just put a hat on a Sebring convertible, I think there was weird corporate politics in play.
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1f/04-05_Chrysler_Sebring_coupe.jpg&quot; width="500">

  13. engineerd™ Avatar

    The Ford Falcon was built up to 1960 to 1970 in the US. That 1960 model was also built in Australia. In early 1962, however, the Down Under Falcon was starting to diverge from its Merican kin. In 1964, while the NA Falcon was still in production, Ford of Oz designed their own Falcon and have been doing so ever since.
    Australian 1964 Falcon:
    <img width=600 src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/2e/Ford_Falcon_XM_Sedan.jpg/1024px-Ford_Falcon_XM_Sedan.jpg"&gt;
    NA 1964 Falcon:
    <img width=600 src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0e/%2764_Ford_Falcon_Convertible_%28Auto_classique_St._Lazare_%2710%29.jpg/1280px-%2764_Ford_Falcon_Convertible_%28Auto_classique_St._Lazare_%2710%29.jpg"&gt;
    Current generation Australian Falcon:
    <img width=600 src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7d/2012_Ford_G6E_MkII.JPG"&gt;
    Current generation NA Falcon:

    1. Devin Avatar

      Argentina also had a Falcon, except it was pretty much a '60s Falcon that they subtly tried to modernize. Also went longer than the American original.
      <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b0/Ford_Falcon_Gh%C3%ADa.jpg&quot; width="500">

      1. Eric Rood Avatar
        Eric Rood

        They still race "Falcons" in Argentina in Turismo Carretera.
        <img src="http://staticmd1.lavozdelinterior.com.ar/sites/default/files/deportes/nota_periodistica/110909_050946_16250160_ALT_6872.jpg&quot; width="500">

      2. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
        Peter Tanshanomi

        In this case, just substitute "import" for "download."
        <img src="http://tanshanomi.com/temp/image-macros/desperate2download.jpg"&gt;

        1. Devin Avatar

          It also came in wagon:
          <img src="http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-O7BYo7wxmZ8/TzrnRBc41hI/AAAAAAAAGAo/OZlvb7X_uaE/s1600/Ford+Falcon+Rural+De+Lujo+1982.JPG&quot; width="500">
          and Ranchero:
          <img src="http://imganuncios.mitula.net/ford_ranchero_96635384162402914.jpg&quot; width="500">
          Which, actually, was sold at the same time as THIS Ranchero.
          <img src="http://marlin-car.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/1978-ford-ranchero-gt-mdbuv2ul.jpg&quot; width="500">
          So we've got another one!

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      I remember how hard the German car paper "AutoBild" was on the previous Corolla for its blandness. When the round-eyed one came out, they jumped on the occasion to denounce the inappropriate craziness to design a proper car with non-square headlights.
      "AutoBild" is usually referred to as either colourful toilet paper or an arm of Volkswagen advertisement.

    2. Perc Avatar

      > '95 in the US:
      We had that version in Europe before. The round-headlight version came around at some point. Terribly ugly car IMO.
      In the mid 00's Toyota decided we would no longer get a whole lineup of Corollas. They axed the 3 and 5 door hatch, the wagon and the Verso and gave us a new sedan, same as in the US. The Corolla was always a decent seller but it kind of ground to a halt when they axed most of the lineup. They replaced the hatch with a something called the Auris. It was basically a hatchback corolla, just wearing a different badge.

      1. RichardKopf Avatar

        Oddly, I still see quite a few of the round headlight version here in Germany, but I could not tell you the last time I saw an Auris.

        1. Mombat Avatar

          When I see one of the round-eyes, it always reminds me of the Rally version, which brings up nice memories og the International Rally Championship video game…sometimes around 2000? Good times.
          Also: Agreed on the numbers of round-eye corollas vs aurises (aurii?) in Germany.

  14. Vavon Avatar

    At first there was the Peugeot 206 (born 1998). In 2006 Peugeot replaced it with the all new, bigger and better 207.
    However the 207 was too expensive to produce in Brazil, so they severely facelifted a 206 and renamed it the 207.
    In other words the 206 was available in Brazil as the 206 and also as the new 207 which wasn't the 207…
    However in the rest of South-America that old-new 207 was called the 207 Compact because…
    In countries like Mexico or Argentina both versions of the so called 207 were available!
    The "European" 207 was much bigger (not in a good way), heavier and more expensive than the older 206.
    So the "South-American" 207 was reintroduced in Europe as the 206 Plus, thus replacing the 206.
    The 206 that should have been replaced totally by the "European" 207 (are you still following?)!!!
    China also got the 206 Plus but there it was also called the 207.
    In 2012 the "European" 207 was replaced by the 208, and the same 208 is also on sale in South-America.
    The 206 Plus was ditched and so was the "European" 207… But the South-American 207 is still on sale.
    It's on sale in South-America and also in China for example.
    And during all this time the original 206 just soldiered on and is still going strong in Iran…
    Where the 206 is still available, next to the 207i (which of course is the 206 Plus)!
    Basically the same car with different names in 1 market…
    In short: 206 = 206 Plus and 206 Plus = 207 but 207 =/= 207!
    You couldn't make this up if you wanted too.
    <img src="http://peugeot-id.com/wp-content/gallery/peugeot-206-wallpapers/peugeot206wallpaper01.jpg&quot; width="600/"><img src="http://www.km77.com/peugeot/net/fondos-pantalla/produccion/206/plus/2009/gra/peugeot_206_plus_5puertas_8_2009.jpg&quot; width="600/"><img src="http://www.carrosnitrados.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/peugeot2071.jpg&quot; width="600/"><img src="http://s1.cdn.autoevolution.com/images/gallery/PEUGEOT207-5doors-4635_7.jpg&quot; width="600/">And worst of all, the 206 still looks better than all of those substitutes that should have replaced it…

  15. Tomsk Avatar

    2000 Chevrolet Lumina, North American version:
    <img src="http://media.ed.edmunds-media.com/chevrolet/lumina/2000/oem/2000_chevrolet_lumina_sedan_base_s_oem_1_500.jpg&quot; />
    2000 Chevrolet Lumina, Middle Eastern version:
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d3/2000-2001_Chevrolet_Lumina_SS_01.jpg&quot; width="500" />
    Yes, the second one is a LHD Holden Commodore.

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Decision making at GM must involve the use of drugs. No other explanation.

    2. BlackIce_GTS Avatar

      Lumina was also the name of a less-interesting Pontiac TranSport, sold concurrently with the previous generation of the not-interesting sedan.

  16. Rust-MyEnemy Avatar

    Ford Maverick, US style:
    <img src="http://image.mustangandfords.com/f/31023382/mdmp_0803_08_z+1972_ford_maverick_grabber+side_view_2.jpg&quot; width=400>
    Ford Maverick Euro-style:
    <img src="http://www.parts-specs.com/photos/0271965-Ford-Maverick-LWB-2.7-TD-1993.jpg&quot; width=400>
    It's a rebadged Nissan Terrano II. Later Mavericks are basically Ford Escapes (Mazda Tributes).
    Ford Maverick, Australia Style:
    <img src="http://git.me/photo/2014/09/26/17060016248361447424/14760770043598856192/Ford-Maverick-4×4-1991-4D-Wagon-5-SP-Manual-4×4-4-2L-Diesel.jpg&quot; width=400>
    It's a rebadged Nissan Patrol.

    1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      Actually, those are just different body styles of the same platform.

  17. Slow_Joe_Crow Avatar

    The 91-2002 Ford Escort is a good example, while the previous generation was a world car (more or less) this generation split into a US car based on the Mazda 323
    <img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/dc/1993_Ford_Escort_LX_5-dr_rear_left.jpg/1280px-1993_Ford_Escort_LX_5-dr_rear_left.jpg&quot; width="500">
    and a Euro model based on a new Ford platform
    <img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/30/Ford-Escort-Limousine-2-türig-Modell-1993.jpg/1024px-Ford-Escort-Limousine-2-türig-Modell-1993.jpg&quot; width="500">

    1. Ate Up WIth Motor Avatar
      Ate Up WIth Motor

      Really, the U.S. and European versions of even the Mk3-4 (1981–1990) Escort were more alike than different, although not quite that different.

    1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
      Peter Tanshanomi

      Courtesy Embed. You forgot the equals sign. And the width="500".
      <img src="http://www.blogcdn.com/slideshows/images/slides/275/165/2/S2751652/slug/l/002-2015-volkswagen-passat-1.jpg&quot; width="500">
      <img src="http://buyersguide.caranddriver.com/media/assets/submodel/6604.jpg&quot; width="500">

      1. Stephenjmcn Avatar


  18. BЯдΖǐL-ЯЄРΘЯΤЄЯ Avatar

    German Opel Monza with I-6 engines. (Based on the Senator)
    <img src="http://flash.de/uploads/pics/opel_monza_03.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Brazilian Monza with I-4 engines. (Based on Opel Ascona)
    <img src="http://bestsellingcarsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/1987/01/chevrolet-monza-brazil-1984e.jpg&quot; width="500">
    American Monza I-4 or V-8 (based on Chevrolet Vega)
    <img src="http://images.classiccars.com/classifieds/310607_12972891_1975_Chevrolet_Monza.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Opel Monza Concept Car 2013
    <img src="http://falandodecarro.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Opel-Monza-Concept-105.jpg&quot; width="500">
    Ferrari Monza I-4 up to V12
    <img src="http://myautoworld.com/ferrari/cars/history/1950s/53-monza/1956_Ferrari_860_Monza-1.jpg&quot; width="500">

    1. crank_case Avatar

      They may be Land Cruisers, but all those Land Cruisers are given different designations, and has sort of become an unnoficial sub brand like Land Rover. The top one is a Land cruiser Amazon, the middle a 70s series and the bottom one as you say is a prado or J120 series (which is actually a direct descendant of the 70s series). In many markets, more than one of these are often sold side by side. For example, here in Ireland you buy a Prado as the workhorse model or an Amazon V8 if you've got cash to burn, the 70 series continues to be sold in Australia and Japan alongside more modern models.

  19. OA5599 Avatar

    How about the same name, same market, same year, but three different cars?
    1987-88 Chrysler Lebaron was offered as a K-platform
    <img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/Flamosl1/IMG_0017.jpg&quot; width=500>
    An H-platform
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/Chrysler_LeBaron_sedan_–_09-15-2011.jpg/1280px-Chrysler_LeBaron_sedan_–_09-15-2011.jpg&quot; width=500>
    And a J-platform
    <img src="http://img.favcars.com/chrysler/lebaron/chrysler_lebaron_1987_images_1.jpg&quot; width=500>

  20. cosme Avatar

    Nissan is always a pain when you search info about old cars.
    The nissan Sunny line was rebadged Nissna Pulsar in In 1978.
    Japanese Sunny were sold at export as Datsun Cherry renamed in 1978 Datsun Sunny.
    So Nissan pulsar were nissan Sunny for a long time abroad, later renamed Almera, Sentra, Sabre, tsuru…
    And 1994 Europe 200SX
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/65/Nissan_200SX_grau.JPG&quot; width="600">
    US 1994 200SX
    <img src="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_Sunny#mediaviewer/File:1997Nissan200sxse.jpg&quot; width="600">

  21. Krautwursten Avatar

    Eighth generation Honda Civic, bland American compact version:
    <img src="http://fs2.directupload.net/images/150127/ueodoieh.jpg"&gt;
    Eighth generation Honda Civic, European spaceship version:
    <img src="http://fs2.directupload.net/images/150127/u2fz2a6y.jpg"&gt;
    The American version was however sold in Europe, too, but only as a hybrid sedan, meanwhile the European version was only available as a three or five door hatchback.

    1. cosme Avatar

      The Japanese and rest of the world version was again different from the US one, smaller. Canadian market had it as the Acura CSX.
      <img src="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_Civic_(eighth_generation)#mediaviewer/File:2006-2009_Honda_Civic_VTi-L_sedan_01.jpg&quot; width="600">
      <img src="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acura_CSX#mediaviewer/File:%2707_Acura_CSX.JPG&quot; width="600">

      1. cosme Avatar

        Hooniverse, you really need to had an edit button!!!
        to see the picture : right click / open the link in another page.

        1. Rover_1 Avatar

          Register, as at the bottom of this page, and an edit button appears for you.

  22. Krautwursten Avatar

    Second generation Ford Focus, bland American compact version, also available as a four door sedan:
    Second generation Ford Focus, pre-facelift (trust me, it's not just a post-facelift first gen) European coupe-cabriolet, also available as a three door hatchback, four door hatchback, four door sedan that's similar to the American one but still different, and four door wagon:
    Second generation Ford Focus, post-facelift ST five door hatchback, now we're getting there:

      1. cosme Avatar

        Yep, Aussies were Integra rebaged and EU Concerto Rebadged. The next generation 400 was a Domani.