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Published 21/08/2019 @ 01:51:42, By Terra
The following vehicles used the chassis code GMX690
1995-99 Buick Riviera
1995-2003 Oldsmobile Aurora
1997-2005 Buick Park Avenue
1998-2004 Cadillac Seville
2000-05 Buick LeSabre
2000-05 Pontiac Bonneville
2000-05 Cadillac Deville

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_G_platform_(1995)


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Published 21/08/2019 @ 23:47:56, By AleX_DJ
There are some mass changes to do to some Alfa Romeo models in my opinion:

1983-86 Alfa Romeo 33: correct model name should be Alfa Romeo Alfa 33
1985-87 Alfa Romeo 75: correct model name should be Alfa Romeo Alfa 75
Alfa Romeo 90: correct model name should be Alfa Romeo Alfa 90

Sorry if I posted this in single comments but I didn't know there was this thread on the forum to be used.
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Published 21/08/2019 @ 23:50:17, By AleX_DJ
Fiat Uno chassis codes:
[146] should be for European 1a serie (1983-89)
[146A] for European 2a serie and Innocenti Mille Clip (1989-ownwards)
[146E] for Brazilian MkI Uno/Fiat Mille/Innocenti Mille (a different car than the EU ones, with Fiat 147 chassis: model origin should be Brazil)
[146B] for Duna/Premio/Elba/Penny

Latest Edition: 21/08/2019 @ 23:53:44
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Published 22/08/2019 @ 00:40:35, By dhill_cb7
The following vehicles used the chassis code GMX690
1995-99 Buick Riviera
1995-2003 Oldsmobile Aurora
1997-2005 Buick Park Avenue
1998-2004 Cadillac Seville
2000-05 Buick LeSabre
2000-05 Pontiac Bonneville
2000-05 Cadillac Deville

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_G_platform_(1995)


2001-2003 Aurora is GMX160
2000-2005 Bonneville is GMX310
2000-2005 Buick LeSabre is GMX220
2000-2005 Cadillac Deville is GMX270
1995-1999 Buick Riv is G-Body
1997-2005 Park Avenue is 97PA.
1998-2004 Seville is S5S.

That GMX690 is the whole generation.
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Published 22/08/2019 @ 03:18:36, By Terra
Ah, thanks for clearing that up!
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Published 24/08/2019 @ 19:39:16, By AleX_DJ
Fiat Punto:

I believe GT and HGT models (and maybe even Sporting) should be written in model name
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 07:01:30, By JB007
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 14:59:41, By antp

That GMX690 is the whole generation.


What do you mean by that?
Is it better to use that one to have a common code? Or the specific ones?
"G-Body" does not sound much like an official code.

Latest Edition: 25/08/2019 @ 15:00:16
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 15:01:15, By antp
There are some mass changes to do to some Alfa Romeo models in my opinion:


The inclusion of "Alfa" in the model name or not was previously debated, so for that I would wait the opinion of other members. We already changed previously these.
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 15:02:00, By antp
Fiat Uno chassis codes:
[146] should be for European 1a serie (1983-89)
[146A] for European 2a serie and Innocenti Mille Clip (1989-ownwards)
[146E] for Brazilian MkI Uno/Fiat Mille/Innocenti Mille (a different car than the EU ones, with Fiat 147 chassis: model origin should be Brazil)
[146B] for Duna/Premio/Elba/Penny


What criteria shall I use to know which ones are the European ones?
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 20:28:56, By AleX_DJ


What criteria shall I use to know which ones are the European ones?



All South-American built ones are Brazilian origin. The exterior differences are a different hood clamshell and the fuel cap on the left side. Other Unos are Italian models.
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Published 25/08/2019 @ 20:37:02, By AleX_DJ
There are some models which in my opinion should be set as origin EU, because they were designed in Europe mainly for EU-market:

Hyundai i20 (all series)
Hyundai i30 (all series)
Hyundai ix20
Kia cee'd (all series)
Kia Venga
Nissan Micra [K14]
Nissan Qashqai [J11]
Nissan Terrano II/Ford Maverick
Toyota Auris Touring Sports [E180]
Toyota Corolla Verso [AR10] and Verso [AR20]

Hyundai i10 (both generations) should be origin India in my opinion

Latest Edition: 26/08/2019 @ 15:18:10
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Published 26/08/2019 @ 01:07:32, By AleX_DJ
1988-2000 Fiat Tipo: chassis code is [160] where missing
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Published 26/08/2019 @ 01:16:28, By AleX_DJ
European Ford models:

according to Wikipedia (but I have often read this also elsewhere) currently A- and B-segment cars are developed by Ford UK together with LCVs.
So wouldn't it be opportune to set models as Fiesta, Ka, Fusion (EU), B-Max and Transit as origin UK?
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Published 27/08/2019 @ 13:47:37, By antp

All South-American built ones are Brazilian origin. The exterior differences are a different hood clamshell and the fuel cap on the left side. Other Unos are Italian models.


I mean what criteria shall I put in my query for the update.
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Published 28/08/2019 @ 07:42:14, By Reg1992
I noticed that we have Dodge Aspen Wagons listed as their own model, but not their Plymouth Volare wagon twins. Change?
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Published 28/08/2019 @ 15:14:44, By Terra
The 1993-2002 Nissan Quest and the 1993-2002 Mercury Villager use the chassis code VX54.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_VX54_platform
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Published 29/08/2019 @ 03:42:15, By Terra
The 2001-12 Ford Escape, 2005-11 Mercury Mariner and the 2001-11 Mazda Tribute chassis code is [U204]
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Published 30/08/2019 @ 00:21:01, By Baube
I noticed that we have Dodge Aspen Wagons listed as their own model, but not their Plymouth Volare wagon twins. Change?



That's weird.. was there a difference in naming between Dodge and Plymouth ? if not i don't see why..
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Published 30/08/2019 @ 09:37:32, By antp
Which one is the right one between the two names styles?
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Published 30/08/2019 @ 09:42:23, By antp
The 1993-2002 Nissan Quest and the 1993-2002 Mercury Villager use the chassis code VX54.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_VX54_platform


We already have V40/V41 for the Nissan in these year range, we would loose the difference between these two codes
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