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Old 05-13-2006, 12:16 AM   #1
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seeking reviews: G20t--P10 vs P11?

Hi all. I'm thinking of trading in my '94 G20t for an '01 G20t. 5 speed both. Blue w/ black leather to blue w/ black leather! Thing is, the new car is out of state, so I'd like to get a better idea of what I'm dealing with before driving 7 hours. Just wondering if anyone has experience with both and could try to (objectively) review the differences. I'm talking about the stock car (no mods). I remember Consumer Reports saying they thought the new G20 was cheapened up compared to the earlier version--how do you think it changed? Suspension still nice and tight? Seats as nice? I know neither is a powerhouse--but does the P11 feel as strong as the P10? P11 has 5 more horsepower, but a bit more weight too...

I noticed in the pics of the '01 that it has aluminum-looking pedals. Is that stock?

Any comparo items you'd like to comment on, I'd appreciate it!

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Evan
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