New and Used Car Talk Reviews Hot Cars Comparison Automotive Community

The Largest Car Forum in the Philippines



Page 94 of 96 FirstFirst ... 448490919293949596 LastLast
Results 931 to 940 of 959
  1. Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Posts
    8,481
    #931
    Quote Originally Posted by pulse323 View Post
    We have 2 fortuners, and it's a great car but aside from the space and "reliability" ratings, there is nothing else it ca offer in the table.

    I do find the istop annoying though :p
    wala naman kelangan i-offer pa eh, its a PPV designed to ride high and to have a stiffer susepnsion.

    I also have hyundai diesel crossover, yes it corners well and therefore manueverable. Riding comfort maybe good for the first 2 years if brand new but crossover suspension systems are more expensive and yet more fragile sa philippine roads natin. Its car like therefore car like dursbility din.

    Low profile tires pa ang crossovers with bigger rims just to maintain that aesthetic look of a higher than car ground clearance racer. And so pati gulong madali ma wear and tear

    In our world, tall is king. Crossovers aint tall

    So PPv has the best to offer,

    - ideal for Philippine roads
    - taller, commands respect subconsciously from small cars as well as jeepneys, l300, auvs etc
    - durable and longer lasting suspension
    - it can also reach a stable speed of 150kph sa expressways, of course crossovers can do 180kph pero huli ka din, bayad then communuty service. PPVs are a great speed limiter for your teenage son or even you when angry and do something emotionally drastic
    - philippines has 6 months rainy season and 6 months dry season, still a win for PPV especially floods or damaged asphalt
    - and last but not least, more PPvs out there mean more affordables spare parts, economies of scale. Also higher resale value coz 2nd hand buyer perception is that buying a used PPv is like buying a tank than the softer crossover

  2. Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    34
    #932
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    wala naman kelangan i-offer pa eh, its a PPV designed to ride high and to have a stiffer susepnsion.

    I also have hyundai diesel crossover, yes it corners well and therefore manueverable. Riding comfort maybe good for the first 2 years if brand new but crossover suspension systems are more expensive and yet more fragile sa philippine roads natin. Its car like therefore car like dursbility din.

    Low profile tires pa ang crossovers with bigger rims just to maintain that aesthetic look of a higher than car ground clearance racer. And so pati gulong madali ma wear and tear

    In our world, tall is king. Crossovers aint tall

    So PPv has the best to offer,

    - ideal for Philippine roads
    - taller, commands respect subconsciously from small cars as well as jeepneys, l300, auvs etc
    - durable and longer lasting suspension
    - it can also reach a stable speed of 150kph sa expressways, of course crossovers can do 180kph pero huli ka din, bayad then communuty service. PPVs are a great speed limiter for your teenage son or even you when angry and do something emotionally drastic
    - philippines has 6 months rainy season and 6 months dry season, still a win for PPV especially floods or damaged asphalt
    - and last but not least, more PPvs out there mean more affordables spare parts, economies of scale. Also higher resale value coz 2nd hand buyer perception is that buying a used PPv is like buying a tank than the softer crossover
    While its good to have the sense of security that you won't be stuck in a flood how often does that really happen. CUV's can handle light floods almost just as well.

    Practicality/utility wise, yes PPV's are king in Manila. But some, such as myself, prioritize ride, handling and interior quality. CUV's may not be as practical as a fortuner when it comes to broken asphalts, 400mm flash floods, and space, it makes up for in its ride quality and handling. It will always boil down to what you prioritize in the end.

  3. Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Posts
    8,481
    #933
    di naman talaga maganda ride handling saka interior quality ng Fortuner parang tiniped

    pero yun Montero saka Everest at par na sa ride handling & interior qualit ng diesel crossover yan

  4. Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Posts
    38,089
    #934
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    di naman talaga maganda ride handling saka interior quality ng Fortuner parang tiniped

    pero yun Montero saka Everest at par na sa ride handling & interior qualit ng diesel crossover yan
    like what pulse above says,
    "priorities".

  5. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Posts
    21,876
    #935
    Kala ko mas mabenta ang MS kaysa sa Fort...

    The Fortuner outsold arch rival Mitsubishi Montero Sport by a wide margin of 6,926 units as the Toyota nameplate scored 23,082 unit sales versus the Montero Sport’s 16,156.






    2018’s best-selling cars and trucks
    Last edited by Monseratto; February 11th, 2019 at 02:46 PM.

  6. Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Posts
    38,716
    #936
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Kala ko mas mabenta ang MS kaysa sa Fort...



    Walandyo,- Top 6 Toyota lahat....

    Isa lang ang Mitsubishi (#7) sa Top10 - Montero Sport

    Iyon kasing #10 Mistubishi...


  7. Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Posts
    25,927
    #937
    honda city and almera are so close.

    crv and tucson too..

  8. Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    1,585
    #938
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Kala ko mas mabenta ang MS kaysa sa Fort...
    Laki rin kasi ng discounts ng Fort last quarter of last year.

    But then, marami pa rin talagamg Pinoy ang loyal sa T-badge.

  9. Join Date
    Nov 2017
    Posts
    1,748
    #939
    Quote Originally Posted by leonleon View Post
    Laki rin kasi ng discounts ng Fort last quarter of last year.

    But then, marami pa rin talagamg Pinoy ang loyal sa T-badge.
    Magkano discount ng fort compare sa monty?

    Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

  10. Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Posts
    8,481
    #940
    halos 150K

    pero ang Montero sport umabot ng 250K ata nun pasko

    pero ngaun lang nakita ko sa FB feed sponsored ng isang agent

    1.594M. GLS Premium na!

    sulutan na haha, sa FB naman para di gano halata

Tags for this Thread

Car Sales Data (2018)