Toyota Porte

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1986 Porsche 944

Hi Ben, I'm happy to inform you that we have the Porsche in our garage and am pleased with what I've seen so far. There are some parts needed here and there, but in all, it's a solid car that's is remarkably good condition.

- Bernie M Ontario, Canada 1986 Porsche 944

 

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Toyota Porte (NNP10 series)

Based on the Toyota Yaris/Vitz chassis, the Porte was release in 2004. The Porte stands out amongst the compact crowd with its power sliding passenger door allowing for significantly greater access to the car, and the need for minimal parking space as there is no conventionally hinged door to swing open on the passenger side. Porte is in fact French for "door". The car also features a flat floor meaning the driver can easily move to the passenger side of the vehicle and exit through the sliding door if they do not want to use the conventional driver's side door. The passenger seat has 750mm of sliding movement (optionally powered) to allow either easier passenger access to the rear, or slide it back to allow easy walkthrough access for the driver.

The very large opening sliding passenger door also makes the Porte ideal as a disability vehicle, and a factory wheelchair version is also available with the passenger seat converting to a wheelchair when out of the car.


MODEL LINEUP

150r
1,500cc front wheel drive model. This model is allowed for import
150i
1,500cc 4WD model. This model is allowed for import
130i
1,300cc front wheel drive model This model is allowed for import

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