This one’s a bit tricky, because the Trofeo appears to be technically a trim level of the Toronado. I’m sure some people list them as just “Trofeo” without the Toronado though.
For now your best bet is probably to choose “Any Oldsmobile” and then enter Trofeo in the keywords box. We’re planning to revamp how we handle model names in the near future, so will keep this in mind then!
Missing BMW 3 series wagon 325it1 vote
We’ll get this added. In the meantime you can still search for it using the ‘Other model’ option.
when looking up Is-f it brings up regular Is model not the 5.0 model. There is only one IS-F and it's not coming up in seach.
Specific model not coming up in search. IS-F is not coming up. Just a bunch of f sport models in the IS series, which is a package not the vehicle. Poor search engine.1 vote
Yeah, this is currently an issue with a few models where the model name matches a trim level of a different model. We’re working on it though, and should have a fix out in January for this and other similar cases.
When searching for "Montero" all the Montero Sports show up as well as it creates a lot to sift through to find the full-sized Montero's. They're not the same at all.1 vote
This is an unfortunate consequence of how our model search currently works, which we are planning to overhaul. Basically, a number of our sources include a bunch of trim information after the model name, as as long as the beginning of the model matches, we show it as a match. That’s not ideal though, we know, so it will change.
For now, fortunately you can work around this. Just put -“Montero Sport” in the keywords section. (A hyphen (minus sign) followed by Montero Sport in quotes.) That will filter anything with that phrase out of the results, which should leave you with only the regular Montero.
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