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This refreshed model already sports funky LED rear lights, sharper bumpers and stylish chrome additions to the interior. The Sun (2016)With the chrome grille and twin exhausts it looks muscular and purposeful. The Sun (2015)The new hatch gets a slim chrome grille with aircraft wings. The Sun (2012)The instantly recognisable chrome mesh grille sits slightly lower but more upright to make the bonnet seem longer. The Sun (2010)He wants polished floorboards, magnolia blinds and a chrome and leather designer chair. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hands only touch chrome, leather or wood. The Sun (2007)Its eye-catching chrome grille will look a winner when the car goes on sale at the end of the year. The Sun (2014)At the front the headlamps are slightly different and at the back there's a chrome strip on the bumper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The mild makeover has given the face a hint more edge, with chrome mesh grille and lower mesh spoiler with fog lamps. The Sun (2008)Changes include 16in alloy wheels, a chrome sport grille and a rear spoiler. The Sun (2010)The spacious waiting room is kitted out with wood-panelled walls, brown leather chairs and chrome coffee tables. The Sun (2013)Then, with the chubby chrome door open, you have to use another key to access its throat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Both interior and exterior changes are fairly subtle, with a slightly more angular front bumper and chrome trim pieces setting it apart from the previous model. The Sun (2015)It comes with five special colours, dark tinted windows, alloy wheels and satin chrome finishes to door handles. The Sun (2012)There is much of the TT in the nose, with a prominent grille outlined in chrome. The Sun (2009)That includes the eye-catching chrome door mirrors with LED lights which have been shaped to reduce air turbulence and wind noise. The Sun (2009)
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