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Help clarify ABS availability?

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Do all the Toyota engined UK spec Elise have ABS fitted? And are all the Toyota engined UK spec Elise built '04 onwards?

I'm looking for a car with ABS and a Toyota engine and it would be a great help is someone could clarify this.

Cheers.

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Can't help you with your question Giff, but welcome to TLF. :welcome:

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You should drop over to the introductions thread as well and make yourself known to everyone.

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My understanding (confirmed from a quick glance at my copy of Jeremy Walton's Elise book) is that all Toyota engined cars had ABS. Both the engine & the ABS were necessary for getting the car into the US - the so called 'Federal Elise'.

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Thanks for the warm welcome, love Victoria btw.

Chandrew, I have read this too but have also seen info to the contrary in my last month of googling.

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Cheers, it does appear that the only Elise equiped with ABS were the Toyota engined cars manufactured from 2004 and possibly K Series cars from 2006.

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