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The headlights are slightly similar to a GTO, yes, but they are not rounded and as for me saying before that there is no 4th gen GTO, i actually looked it up on wikipedia, I remember, so I don't know what happened there. However, shouldn't it be mentioned that the headlights are similar to a Holden commodore, since the commodore has the same headlights as the GTO (The gto is based on the commodore)because it shares some similartities with the Merit, i.e. that it is a 4 door sedan. Hbriz 05:23, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

Well, I don't see how they look like a Commodore, maybe you mean a Holden/Vauxhall Monaro, yeah they're basically the same but Monaros aren't sold in the US so it'd kinda be pointless to mention.--Thescarydude 22:56, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

I don't know if you're already aware of this, but I'd just like to point out that every Grand Theft Auto game is (mostly) developed in the UK - Edinburgh, Scotland to be specific, therefore, it's entirely possible that some cars will have some European styling influences. Examples include; the Dilettante with Citroen C4 headlights, the modified Uranus with a Ford Escort/Sierra RS Cosworth-style spoiler, as well as the Cossie, Mundano, and Repair Van from GTA 1 (the latter 3 were completely based on European cars). Not to mention the appearance of a Scottish landmark in GTA San Andreas. - Hardrock182 00:25, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
I knew the games are mostly developed in the UK. And I can understand that some things can have stuff giving reference to Europe but right now I think they would base the majority of cars on what are some common and iconic cars found in America (with some sports cars thrown in for racing). Well the real point I'm trying to make is that its kinda redundant to mention those European/Australian cars when there is one marketed in the US that is pretty much exactly the same but I don't mind if its so much of a problem.--Thescarydude 01:55, 21 February 2009 (UTC)