Re: urban tiger
I still don't get why people use the registration date to determine a year. I remember in the 90's seeing ads for new Chrysler vehicles and they were three years old. That car sat on the dealers lot for 3 years; why would it matter if it was sold in 1998, it was still a 1995 model year vehicle. The registration date is meaningless when it comes to the actual model year.
Look at the VIN and figure out the model year (or look at the date manufactured) and you now know if it is a factory urban tiger or not. Sure someone could have changed the bodywork, but that could always be the case regardless of the registration date as well. Buying OE plastics is not cheap, so many wouldn't spend the money doing it unless it was in an accident and the insurance was paying.