"One of these things is not like the others.
Which one is different, do you know?
Can you tell which thing is not like the others?
I'll tell you if it is so..."
Silliness aside though, there is actually a little spot-the-difference fun to be had there. Something 'off' that drives me bloody insane..
I have absolutely no idea how I've ended up with such a critical eye for this, but it's something it seems so many are just absolutely oblivious to. A beautiful detail, an extra effort, that must so often just go so unappreciated...
This. Yep, that there's a left.
Actually, getting back to the Leopard at hand overall for a tic; what we've got here is a late-'88-onward facelift model, in the second-from-base 'XS' trim level.
This gets the smaller capacity, yet turbocharged, VG20DET, and in reality (price-wise) sat closer to the top variants than it did the base VG20E 'XJ' variant. A happy medium in the range I guess.
I can't remember how much this car was advertised for at the time, but prices on F31 Leopards - a much loved model - vary somewhat wildly. This VG20DET car may've been 1 million yen or so, while a VG30DET Ultima may be over 5 million!