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    Maraming Salamat po Dito sa Forum website na ito.. Marami po akong natutunan dito..


    Eto po ang tanong ko, (ayoko mag-english dahil pag sa writing lalo sa http/www.. nakaka retarded pag actual ang english speaking )

    Paunti unti na cleared na sa mga loan (encumbered[vehicle], real estate, [condo + parking slot])

    Hindi naman nagmamadali bumili, willing to wait until 2020 to 2021..

    If ever lang po??, LC 150(MT)?, LC200 Full option? or Y62?

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    LC200 na. the Rolex of suvs

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    LC200 benefits from JPEPA. LC150 does not.

    Actually, the full option LC200 offers pretty good value for money. Compared to those from Dubai, it offers Optitron gauges with MID, cooled and heated seats, auto climate control for rear passengers... For around P1M less.

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    Go for the LC200, tried and tested. However, there are different options but a lot are petrol-powered. I had the Armada (same platform as the Patrol Y62) as a rental for a few days and it is smooth for its size. The Expedition and Suburban are bigger than the LC200 and Armada.


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    Mag Palisade ka na kung meron kang 3M+ pambile ng SUV

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    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    Mag Palisade ka na kung meron kang 3M+ pambile ng SUV
    Palisade is FWD-based. LC200...hands down.From AUV, PPV-SUV, sub-compact sedan, Jumping to Full Size SUVFrom AUV, PPV-SUV, sub-compact sedan, Jumping to Full Size SUV

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    LC200 na. the Rolex of suvs
    Sir StockEngine, LC200, Similar sa Boeing..

    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    LC200 benefits from JPEPA. LC150 does not.

    Actually, the full option LC200 offers pretty good value for money. Compared to those from Dubai, it offers Optitron gauges with MID, cooled and heated seats, auto climate control for rear passengers... For around P1M less.

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    Sir GTi, LC200, talagang heavy duty ito.. Local buying due to "Train-Law" VS "Grey-Market". which is hindi accepted sa mga local Casa.. kailangan magkaroon ng training ang certain casa to maintain yung Grey Market, kailangan magbayad for those maintenance staff for their training sa personal na sasakyan + warranty..

    Which is Reality.. Iba ang Dubai At Euro Version ng LC200. Kung UN specs.. kahit wala nang familiarization pag dating sa Electrical/Upholstery.. Least Complicated..

    Exception ang "Indent-Order" lalo sa Deep Connection ng "Distributor" Kasi dyan papasok ang PH Market..
    (Full Package)


    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Go for the LC200, tried and tested. However, there are different options but a lot are petrol-powered. I had the Armada (same platform as the Patrol Y62) as a rental for a few days and it is smooth for its size. The Expedition and Suburban are bigger than the LC200 and Armada.

    Sir Egan101,


    Not in a hurry situation, yun nga po, LC150 V6, nasa 3.2M, then LC150 3.0 M/T nasa 3.8M. Comparison sa Y62, 3.8M. full package na.. since petrol.. yung cost of operating expenses naman sa "gasoline" hindi naman issue, kasi "weekend car" lang po namin gagamitin ito,

    Yung Maintenance Cost po, (Insurance and the Monthly Amortization) parang token sa arcade, kailangan 60% merong profit for investment (real-estate) balik bawi, then 40% sa expenses na hindi kumikita..

    Still, clear na po ang loan, kunin ang bank clearance to prove na wala nang credit. Hindi po problem bumili ng sasakyan..


    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    Mag Palisade ka na kung meron kang 3M+ pambile ng SUV
    Sir minicarph... kung kimchi ang pag-uusapan, yung mga lahat ng original investor na korean dito sa makati..
    umalis na.. yes.. iilan lang sila po dito dati, during 90's at early 2000's

    yung mga investor dito, mga 2nd generation na.. Maayos dati ang HARI.. since nagkakagulangan at naging ganid sila dati..
    maraming korean dito, pero mga student na.. at yung mga tumagal.. talagang naging pusong pinoy na..


    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Palisade is FWD-based. LC200...hands down.From AUV, PPV-SUV, sub-compact sedan, Jumping to Full Size SUVFrom AUV, PPV-SUV, sub-compact sedan, Jumping to Full Size SUV

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    Just asking po Sir travajante.. any opinion/advises.. open po ako..

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    If gas expense is not an issue, I would take a look at the Patrol Royale. It is one good package for less than 4M. The new Ford Expedition is also one good full size SUV, it offers a premium feel and it has lots of space plus its turbo gas engines has ample power and torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playplugg View Post
    Sir StockEngine, LC200, Similar sa Boeing..



    Sir GTi, LC200, talagang heavy duty ito.. Local buying due to "Train-Law" VS "Grey-Market". which is hindi accepted sa mga local Casa.. kailangan magkaroon ng training ang certain casa to maintain yung Grey Market, kailangan magbayad for those maintenance staff for their training sa personal na sasakyan + warranty..

    Which is Reality.. Iba ang Dubai At Euro Version ng LC200. Kung UN specs.. kahit wala nang familiarization pag dating sa Electrical/Upholstery.. Least Complicated..

    Exception ang "Indent-Order" lalo sa Deep Connection ng "Distributor" Kasi dyan papasok ang PH Market..
    (Full Package)




    Sir Egan101,


    Not in a hurry situation, yun nga po, LC150 V6, nasa 3.2M, then LC150 3.0 M/T nasa 3.8M. Comparison sa Y62, 3.8M. full package na.. since petrol.. yung cost of operating expenses naman sa "gasoline" hindi naman issue, kasi "weekend car" lang po namin gagamitin ito,

    Yung Maintenance Cost po, (Insurance and the Monthly Amortization) parang token sa arcade, kailangan 60% merong profit for investment (real-estate) balik bawi, then 40% sa expenses na hindi kumikita..

    Still, clear na po ang loan, kunin ang bank clearance to prove na wala nang credit. Hindi po problem bumili ng sasakyan..




    Sir minicarph... kung kimchi ang pag-uusapan, yung mga lahat ng original investor na korean dito sa makati..
    umalis na.. yes.. iilan lang sila po dito dati, during 90's at early 2000's

    yung mga investor dito, mga 2nd generation na.. Maayos dati ang HARI.. since nagkakagulangan at naging ganid sila dati..
    maraming korean dito, pero mga student na.. at yung mga tumagal.. talagang naging pusong pinoy na..




    Just asking po Sir travajante.. any opinion/advises.. open po ako..
    Is resale value of any concern to you? If yes, then the LC200 is the best choice. The Prado's resale is just as good, but I find the purchase price overly expensive. Does it still use the old 1KD engine? Even the Hiace has moved on. Even with the 1GD engine, I balk at the fact that I can buy three (3) Innova's with the same engine for the same amount of money.

    I believe the Euro spec LC200 is the best version, combining all the standout features of the Dubai (138L fuel tank, 360 degree camera, 20 or 21 inch rims, Android HU with touchscreen rear monitors) and local variants (cooled/heated seats, optitron gauges with MID, auto climate rear AC) plus a height adjustable suspension.

    If fuel cost is no concern, then perhaps you can compare the LC200 and the Y62. 400hp! Have not ridden in the Y62 yet, but the LC200 has a very plush ride, even while going through the horrible road conditions of Araneta Ave from Sanctuarium to SM Centerpoint at normal speeds while everyone else is at crawling pace. My only concerns are the very high floorpan which necessitates a somewhat knee up position for me on the 2nd row (I'm 5"10). Driver headroom may be a bit on the premium side too due to the presence of the sunroof.

    Expedition or Suburban, ayaw? From AUV, PPV-SUV, sub-compact sedan, Jumping to Full Size SUV

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    400hp from its 5.6L V8 for the Patrol/Armada is good enough. Cruising at 75mph along freeways and interstates within the San Francisco area was not a problem. The engine has ample torque at low rpm giving you decent acceleration. The massive Armada could do much faster but I never dared going past 80mph as CA traffic tickets are expensive.

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