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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by oliver1013 View Post
    May naka kuwentuahan ako isang may ari ng pagawaan ng sasakyan sa banawe..Dalawa lang daw sa buong Pilipinas ang hindi dinididspatsa agaraan na sasakyan dahil sobrang tibay at sobrang versatile pang matagalan ika nga..Isuzu crosswind at Nissan urvan...hindi sirain at workhorse. Do you agree?
    I'll add the hilux sa list esp the 3LT engine before the crdi of hilux. Mas kunti makikita mo nagbebenta noon sa mga bumili dati, kahit search mo pa sa net.

    Sa van sulit kasi urvan dahil mura talaga vs hiace. Pero sa tibay hindi ko matatawaran din ang hiace eh, iba talaga Toyota esp yung mga non-crdi engines, very reliable talaga. Tsaka mas malakas sa actual driving experience yung toyota 2LT vs sa TD27 2.7ltr ng nissan. But better ride comfort and aircon ang Nissan Urvan.

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    #22
    salamat mga sir natuwa cousin ko sa mga inputs nyo...

    well as for now decided na siya sa XUV...

    his concern now where to get the best price? because now he plans to get it cash....

    how much he can expect as a discount? ano pwede hingin freebees(3yrs LTO reg.,tint , florrmats , seatcover)? is it true na magandang dumeretso sa branch manager pag cash to give you a better discount? kasi pag sa SA ata wala sila gaanong kita pag cash eh...


    ask ko rin sir what insurance company that has a good reputation and can give the best price for a comprehensive insurance...nakapagtanong ako sa china bank(i dont know the name of the insurer) sa amount na 1,050,000 the comprehensive insurance is only around 18,000 with acts of God pa sa casa 40K tapos binabaan sa 30K...

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    #23
    *Oliver, that's good to know. Gusto ko talaga crosswind eh, kasi matipid na sa fuel, spacious pa sa loob and walang pang computer box. Di ba dyan nadale karamihan nung Ondoy. Napaisip lang ako sa tibay ng body nya. Hopefully di bumababa quality ng mga new models.

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    I'll add the hilux sa list esp the 3LT engine before the crdi of hilux. Mas kunti makikita mo nagbebenta noon sa mga bumili dati, kahit search mo pa sa net.

    Sa van sulit kasi urvan dahil mura talaga vs hiace. Pero sa tibay hindi ko matatawaran din ang hiace eh, iba talaga Toyota esp yung mga non-crdi engines, very reliable talaga. Tsaka mas malakas sa actual driving experience yung toyota 2LT vs sa TD27 2.7ltr ng nissan. But better ride comfort and aircon ang Nissan Urvan.
    3L-T means turbocharged diba? I never knew the late model Hilux had a turbo. And yung late model Hiace is NA, as far as I know. Mas matulin pala ang 2L sa TD27? Despite the 300cc gap in displacement? We have the Revo diesel kasi which uses the same engine and I don't find it matulin at all. Ibigsabihin ba mas makupad pa diyan ang TD27?

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by samcoy View Post
    *Oliver, that's good to know. Gusto ko talaga crosswind eh, kasi matipid na sa fuel, spacious pa sa loob and walang pang computer box. Di ba dyan nadale karamihan nung Ondoy. Napaisip lang ako sa tibay ng body nya. Hopefully di bumababa quality ng mga new models.
    Malambot ang lata ng Crosswind. Before there was a photo circulating in Tsikot where a Crosswind rear ended a Santa Fe. Yung harap ng Crosswind durog na durog pero scratches lang ang meron sa likod ng Santa Fe. I can say the same with the Revo. I rear ended a jeepney, the jeepney had some slight dents and a few displaced stainless panels pero durog yung buong harap ko at natamaan pa ng radiator. Napakalipis ng pintuan niyan! Wala ngang side impact beams eh. Not so sure about the Adventure, pero hindi siguro yan lalayo. I'd say if it comes to safety, Innova is the best choice due to having GOA certification, side impact beams, ABS/EBD and airbags.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by oliver1013 View Post
    May naka kuwentuahan ako isang may ari ng pagawaan ng sasakyan sa banawe..Dalawa lang daw sa buong Pilipinas ang hindi dinididspatsa agaraan na sasakyan dahil sobrang tibay at sobrang versatile pang matagalan ika nga..Isuzu crosswind at Nissan urvan...hindi sirain at workhorse. Do you agree?
    About the crosswind, yes very reliable ang engine, lalo na timing gear kase, about the body and underchasis sa toyota ako, na compare ko na din pagdating sa heavy duty use, nakita ko yung downside ng crosswind sa urvan marami nagsasabi matibay daw, dahil din sa timing gear ride and comfort maganda talaga, pero I noticed bakit sa shuttle from the baguio, hiace karamihan ginagamit, maybe sa manila favor sa urvan, pero sa mga province Hiace marami

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Malambot ang lata ng Crosswind. Before there was a photo circulating in Tsikot where a Crosswind rear ended a Santa Fe. Yung harap ng Crosswind durog na durog pero scratches lang ang meron sa likod ng Santa Fe. I can say the same with the Revo. I rear ended a jeepney, the jeepney had some slight dents and a few displaced stainless panels pero durog yung buong harap ko at natamaan pa ng radiator. Napakalipis ng pintuan niyan! Wala ngang side impact beams eh. Not so sure about the Adventure, pero hindi siguro yan lalayo. I'd say if it comes to safety, Innova is the best choice due to having GOA certification, side impact beams, ABS/EBD and airbags.

    Malambot nga yung lata ng crosswind, mapansin mo yan sa rear door unang na dedent yung malapit sa handle, yung sa revo, palstic or fiberglass lang yung bumper kaya pagdating sa collision sa harap pag malakas sure na abutin condenser or radiator, advantage kung may bullbar, pero sa likod matibay naman yung sa revo, I experience several times na binangga ako and also alam ko may sideimpact beams din yung revo..... Kamusta na nga pla yung revo mo bro ok na ba?

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by KIANTOT View Post
    Malambot nga yung lata ng crosswind, mapansin mo yan sa rear door unang na dedent yung malapit sa handle, yung sa revo, palstic or fiberglass lang yung bumper kaya pagdating sa collision sa harap pag malakas sure na abutin condenser or radiator, advantage kung may bullbar, pero sa likod matibay naman yung sa revo, I experience several times na binangga ako and also alam ko may sideimpact beams din yung revo..... Kamusta na nga pla yung revo mo bro ok na ba?
    Medyo OT:
    Sa provinces, lalo na kung mountainous regions kelangan may ample power for highways and climbing steep mountain inclines. And this one is where the Urvan is found lacking. Nakasakay ako ng Hiace na service van ng Tagaytay Highlands. The ride quality wasn't very good, but the power is excellent even with a full load. The driver was definitely and evidently having a great time.

    Yung Revo namin bakal ang bumper, 1st gen GLX eh, yung mukhang matanda. Naayos din naman after one month dahil sa bagal ng insurance... Yung bullbar ko sa harap ang tumama sa radiator at condenser so... So far pinalit ang buong mukha at palit din radiator and condenser. Sinabay ko na rin ang pagpalit ng timing belt and tensioner bearings. All in all 9k lang since may insurance. I just replaced my speakers awhile ago kasi di na tumutunog ang tatlong main speakers at nung binaklas ang mga pintuan parang wala akong nakitang side impact beams. Or was it that hindi ko lang nahalata?

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Medyo OT:
    Sa provinces, lalo na kung mountainous regions kelangan may ample power for highways and climbing steep mountain inclines. And this one is where the Urvan is found lacking. Nakasakay ako ng Hiace na service van ng Tagaytay Highlands. The ride quality wasn't very good, but the power is excellent even with a full load. The driver was definitely and evidently having a great time.
    Actually nakasakay kami ng Hiace na service van ng aming accommodation namin sa Bohol. The island had mountainous parts and hindi hirap ang Hiace. At compared sa Urvan, tahimik yung Hiace. Kung 3.2 Estate version baka ibang usapan na yan

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by samcoy View Post
    *Oliver, that's good to know. Gusto ko talaga crosswind eh, kasi matipid na sa fuel, spacious pa sa loob and walang pang computer box. Di ba dyan nadale karamihan nung Ondoy. Napaisip lang ako sa tibay ng body nya. Hopefully di bumababa quality ng mga new models.
    kung Aware ka sa maintenance mas sulit talaga yung crosswind walang computer box, yung mga na ondoy na vehicles with computer box like innova halos they spend a lot for repair, I have seen before 2 flooded diesel innovas sa shop ng friend ko, he said to me sa casa ang estimate for repair is 150t- 200t, pero kuha nya ng repair 60-70t, after few weeks natapos nya yung innova,he said that he just convert it to ordinary engine (with ordinary injection pump) hindi ko alam paano na nya ginawa yun,sa tuwa ng may ari dahil nga napa andar pa nya binigyan pa siya extra tip

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