I think I read somewhere about the tC costing a bit more in Canada b/c they have to do some mods to it (I think I read something about them having to change the speedometer over to km and something else....maybe having to do with the headlights?).....
It lists all the admissable vehicles. And gives general explanations of why vehicles would not be admissable (didn't take the time to read it, but the tC is listed as inadmissable -- you can however import an xB or xA and several other Toyotas).
yeah i figured out it's not admissible but i'm trying to find a way around it like a loop hole i heard if i buy it used it can be passed but
i'd like to know why it's not admissible,
no1 seems to know i'd love to know
desperatly want one
lol are u kidding me? a gay yaris, dude common now, lets get real, the tc is a real machine and the sunroof on it, #### yeah biggest i ever seen on any car oh man
don't even compare those 2 cars
i am determined to find the cause of the inadmissblilty, if i must i will find it, and if i gotta fix soemthing like a bumper i'll sure as helll try, BUT
the hard part is finding out what is thr reason
I was just saying, the 5-door yaris resembles the tC's styling. It would be better than nothing, I suppose.
You could always go for a Celica if it's the performance you crave.
I'm still looking. Some people hint that it's some bumper specification or seatbelt anchor position that makes it inadmissible. Another person states that a vehicle on the inadmissable list can't be modified in any way to make it admissable, no loopholes or any way around it.
Looks like you're out of luck.
I'm sorry. You could call your Department of Motor Vehicles (or whatever they call it in Canada) and see if they can tell you the "why". I'm guessing it would just be wasted effort, though. As a last resort, you could just move to the US.