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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    im not too familiar pero noon nga i heard na ang cvt ng nissan have had their fair share of problems but that was almost a decade ago. hanggang ngayon ba problematic pa din ang jatco cvts?
    Doing some research, I'm surprised to see Mitsubishi use Jatco CVTs pala. Lancer Cedia, Lancer EX, Mirage, and some US models like the Outlander and Eclipse Cross branded as Invecs III. Ewan bat yung Nissan nagkaka problema dyan dati eh sila naman majority owner ng Jatco . Baka sa programming, maling fluid, or matagal masyado yung fluid change ng owners.

    Tanda ko yung City idsi, CVTF dapat pero ATF ang nalagay ng dealer . Bago pa CVT noon early 2000s kaya wala sigurong may alam.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakwatsero View Post
    Doing some research, I'm surprised to see Mitsubishi use Jatco CVTs pala. Lancer Cedia, Lancer EX, Mirage, and some US models like the Outlander and Eclipse Cross branded as Invecs III. Ewan bat yung Nissan nagkaka problema dyan dati eh sila naman majority owner ng Jatco . Baka sa programming, maling fluid, or matagal masyado yung fluid change ng owners.

    Tanda ko yung City idsi, CVTF dapat pero ATF ang nalagay ng dealer . Bago pa CVT noon early 2000s kaya wala sigurong may alam.
    Possible sa ATF na gamit ng mitsubishi at nissan magkakiba sila ng timpla or formulation. Pero same lang ng CVT tranny.

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    New Avanza's air circulator makes it feel like a bigger green house. It does seem to offer better shoulder room in the front vs the Ertiga. The Xpander obviously offers the best shoulder room as well as the widest center arm rest.

    They like the Xpander's interior and driving dynamics.

    Toyota and Honda will have the most safety features once they officially launch.

    snaptube vidmate
    great video. thanks for sharing

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    #24
    2021 sales. Wow these are actually selling ..

    12,564 - Rush
    11,342 - Xpander
    3054 - Ertiga
    4411 - Avanza
    XXXX - BR-V

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    2021 sales. Wow these are actually selling ..

    12,564 - Rush
    11,342 - Xpander
    3054 - Ertiga
    4411 - Avanza
    XXXX - BR-V
    and despite the negative feedback for the rush (ex. masikip, mabagal, cheap interior, mababa ang upuan, etc.), it's still the top selling in its segment. Toyota magic lol

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by coiter View Post
    and despite the negative feedback for the rush (ex. masikip, mabagal, cheap interior, mababa ang upuan, etc.), it's still the top selling in its segment. Toyota magic lol
    rush = avanza plus.
    heh heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coiter View Post
    and despite the negative feedback for the rush (ex. masikip, mabagal, cheap interior, mababa ang upuan, etc.), it's still the top selling in its segment. Toyota magic lol
    the new Avanza will probably take the crown in this list.

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    #28
    another comparison.... they include a table of sorts..


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    #29
    ADAS equipped: Veloz vs BRV

    pretty interesting to see Veloz stops only 38m versus 43m by the brv. thats one whole car length.


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