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  1. Join Date
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    #21
    sige po mam pia, basta enjoy the testdrive para makapili kayo. :D

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by nugundam93 View Post
    sige po mam pia, basta enjoy the testdrive para makapili kayo. :D
    thanks!!!!!

  3. #23
    pasingit:

    since rav4 and crv ang concern may query ako:

    575K-neg 2000ym black gen.1 manual awd cr-v 35thou odo reading, great condition but in tarlac.

    vs.

    550K-neg 2000ym black gen.2 manual awd rav4 limited edition 40thou odo reading great condition also, but in QC.


    anu mas ok? pareho sila halos. anu kukunin nyo?

    ps: sorry sa paghijack ng thread

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    #24
    I'd pick the one that was highway driven more (tarlac) than traffic driven (Q.C.), but you can't assume that both owners cared for the vehicles equally... a test drive and a full check-up by a mechanic would tell you which one was in better condition.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  5. #25
    siguro kailangan ko magdala ng kasama ng kaysa ako lang titingin.

    hirap magdecide.. crv->wife's preference vs gen.2 rav4->my preference...

    rarely used mga sasakyan,e...kinukulit ko kung sinu magbababa sa 500, ok na sa akin yun.

    pero kung kayo pipili:

    gen 1. 2000ym CRV

    or

    2000ym gen.2 rav4?


    *coin flip

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    #26
    Personally? Gen.2 RAV4. More sporty, supposedly good fuel consumption (but I'm not sure about the 4x4 version), and more "binata" style than the gen.1 CRV...

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  7. #27
    manual 4x4 ung rav4 nakita ko....

    kaya naguluhan lang ako, kasi manual real-time AWD ung CRV..parehong black at both 2000 model, di nagkakalayo ang price,condition,milage...pinagalingan lang....


    oh well, mauna na magbaba sa 500 un nalang siguro....hehehe...

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    #28
    The suspension of the RAV4 lets you feel almost every bump and grain in the road. It's harsh, but well damped. Very good for spirited driving while you're still driving a relatively bigger vehicle.

    And city gas consumption is very good, if not outstanding. Worst-case scenario driving situation still yielded me 7 km/L and still havent gone below that. CRVs, as I've heard from other drivers, normally gets 6 km/L.

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    #29
    madali lang sagot diyan...would you like to sleep sa couch? :lol: joke lang!

    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    hirap magdecide.. crv->wife's preference vs gen.2 rav4->my preference...

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    #30
    mahirap talaga magdecide pag may wife factor na hehe

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