It’s time for yet another showdown of cars found on Goo-Net that follow a specific theme.
Today, we’re focusing on mainstream cars with unusual door layouts.
The first vehicle comes from France, the 2008 Peugeot 1007. The 1007 features 2 doors, one on each side, and they’re both sliding doors.
This example is listed with 57,000km/35,418 miles on it, but the odometer reads 54,591km/33,921 miles on it. Perhaps it’s a typo in the listing?
The price? 650,000 yen, or $5,976.19.
The second contender is a home market model, a brand new 2016 Toyota Spade F with 20km/12.42 miles on it.
The Spade, and it’s twin, the Porte, feature a three-door layout, with a power sliding door on the left (passenger) side, and two conventional doors on the driver’s side. And this one is also handicap accessible, with a seat that rotates out of the vehicle for easy entry.
Though it’s the newest car, it’s not the most expensive, listed for 1,690,000 yen/$15,538.10.
Lastly, our third competitor here comes from South Korea. It’s a 2012 Hyundai Veloster, with it’s 3-door layout of one conventional door on the driver’s side, and two on the passenger’s side.
This one appears to be a U.S.-spec model, with a left-hand-drive configuration, an XM button (for satellite radio) on the dash, and a primarily M.P.H. speedometer.
It also has the standard 1.6 liter engine, and 7,273 miles/11,704km on it, and a listing price of 1,700,000 yen/$15,630.04, less than a grand more than the Spade above.
So now, there’s a decision to be made. Which car would you rather own?
The funky French 1007 with two sliding doors? The stylish Toyota Spade with two conventional doors and a sliding door? Or the US-spec Veloster with three conventional doors?