The vehicle’s original window sticker is the best place to find options information. Unfortunately, few people actually hang onto the sticker. Without it, your best bet is to sit in your car and make a note of its options. If you’re using a smartphone, tablet or laptop (assuming you’re within Wi-Fi range), you can complete the options check from the driver’s seat. Otherwise, print out the options page from the Edmunds website and check off the items as you sit in your car, and then enter the information online. It is crucial to get the style and options right. Without them, you may be under- or overvaluing your car.
The app allocated 20 free coins per day to users. One Like would cost you one coin and one follower cost 10 coins. After those 20 daily coins, a user had to buy more with real money. The minimum purchase of 100 coins would set you back just $1, and if you referred another user to InstLike, you received 50 free coins, encouraging users to recruit new players.
And here’s the original line-up, complete with DLC cars. Though some cars are being updated from the standard models – builds ported over from earlier versions of Gran Turismo, that is – we don’t know exactly which ones are making the jump. So for now this is the cars as they appeared in Gran Turismo 5, with S denoting a standard model with no fully-modelled cockpit and a lower polygon count, and P denoting the premium cars. For Gran Turismo 6, both standard and premium models will live alongside each other in the manufacturer dealerships.