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    #11
    Gas lang ba talaga ang ipagpipilian mo? Gas AUVs are very thirsty at the pump. Is there some reason you do not want a diesel?

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    #12
    any lang naman po... gas or diesel...i wanna budget it kasi around 400-450t... buying new are quite costly for me din at this time..

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    #13
    Comfort habol mo? Innova ka na, either gas or diesel.

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    #14
    Crosswind ka nalng sir
    kasi lakas sa petrol ung revo at mabagal pa or honda cr-v (mas tipid pa yata)
    Pag innova hands down ako maintanence lang bubutas sa bulsa mo

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    Crosswind ka nalng sir
    kasi lakas sa petrol ung revo at mabagal pa or honda cr-v (mas tipid pa yata)
    Pag innova hands down ako maintanence lang bubutas sa bulsa mo

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Dudee View Post
    thanks sa mga reply... baka i'll opt for a 2nd hand crosswind na lang cguro..
    Yung budget mo bro pasok
    sa 2002-2004 High-end variant ng crosswind baka may sukli pa

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    #16
    2008 crosswind xt priced at 450K... should i get a new one at 883K thru financing?

    mas matakaw po ba sa fuel ang starex? i read some threads here that starex can accommodate 8 pipz better than croswind... and rides are better (though i dnt know how to measure ride comfortability sa wheels.. )

    my friend's uncle is selling his 2012 starex vgt for 1M (close to 883K).. pwede daw terms (not financing so walang interest) kind-a confuses things a lot more..

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    #17
    AFAIK the Starex TDIC is less fuel efficient as compared to the Crosswind, though it can accomodate 10 people in a pinch (3+3+4, front facing) more comfortably. Get the manual for better fuel efficiency and performance. If you've got the budget, go for the GRX CRDi.

    If you have the money and are 100% sure you can finish the payment, the GS is a good deal. That is, if you are willin to put up with all that bulk on a daily basis.

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    #18
    i always hear that crosswind xt is fuel efficient compared to starex, innova, adventure... but i cant seem to find any figure to get an idea how efficient it is? ilan km/ li po ang crosswind xt?

    how about fc ng innova E diesel ?

    I read somewhere that starex is 5-6 km/li (parang matakaw na for diesel engine)...

    Thanks in advance for the reply.
    Last edited by Dudee; March 9th, 2015 at 11:27 PM.

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    #19
    my innova E diesel consistently gives me at least 10 km/liter.

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    #20
    * TS
    My innova gets 12km/l in the city it is fuel efficient and it last more than a week for everyday use

    My crosswind automatic gets 14km/l in the city and don't know about the xt and it's seems lighter so it gets better mileage?

    *dr.d is your innova manual or automatic?
    Last edited by crosswind; March 10th, 2015 at 09:50 PM.

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