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    #11
    Hello! Yesterday, before kami mag showroom hopping etong 2 na ang top choice namin. However, nung makita at masakyan ko yun BRV napunta na siya sa dulo ng list namin. Medyo masikip yun 3rd row and yun 2nd row magkakadikit na kami ng pinsan ko (heavy and big built kami). Top 2 ko na yung Vitara. Kung meron lang sana hindi 2 tone sa GLX ok na ok. Nakakapressure kasi ang excise tax. Pano kung di agad lumabas yun car this year eh di tatamaan na tayo? hayy.. Also, pano performance ng vitara since bago sa market? This is the risk we will take if finally Vitara na ang mapili.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lady_blackgreen View Post
    Hello! Yesterday, before kami mag showroom hopping etong 2 na ang top choice namin. However, nung makita at masakyan ko yun BRV napunta na siya sa dulo ng list namin. Medyo masikip yun 3rd row and yun 2nd row magkakadikit na kami ng pinsan ko (heavy and big built kami). Top 2 ko na yung Vitara. Kung meron lang sana hindi 2 tone sa GLX ok na ok. Nakakapressure kasi ang excise tax. Pano kung di agad lumabas yun car this year eh di tatamaan na tayo? hayy.. Also, pano performance ng vitara since bago sa market? This is the risk we will take if finally Vitara na ang mapili.
    Pustahan tayo hindi tataas ng Jan 1 ang presyo ng kotse. 😉

    Car companies are feeding on the fear of buyers that current prices are "limited offers" and that prices will increase in 1 month. Truth is, like anything that passes through government, you can expect vehicle excise tax implementation to be delayed.

    So wag ka magpapressure. 😂

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    #13
    ang dapat mamroblema sa excise tax eh yun mga bibile ng mga tsikot na tig 1.4M up kasi yun ang matinde ang increase dahil galit ang gobyerno sa mga mayayaman lol

    pero kung yung mga vios, brv, ecosport, vitara, minimal lang yan kasi makatao ang gobyerno natin ngaun.

    kaya nga yun Land Cruiser saka Pajero thread ngaun mainet na mainet sa talakayan kahit umorder na kung san parte ng Luzon magka-unit lang before 2018

    at saka plan your purchase now, 2018 inflation rate will also come, magmahal pagkain, rent, fuel, so at least nakabili ka na ngaun imagine a 200K increase of Fort / Monty / MUX lang that's like +P4k sa monthly installment for 5 years... 4K a month eh pang-gas mo na yun ah

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    #14
    Thank you! May nabasa kasi ako sa news dati na yun cars around 1M, nasa 150k yun dagdag pag naimplement na yun excise tax. Kaya nappressure kami. 1M lang budget namin kaya cannot be na pag naging 1.1 to 1.2M na yun car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lady_blackgreen View Post
    Thank you! May nabasa kasi ako sa news dati na yun cars around 1M, nasa 150k yun dagdag pag naimplement na yun excise tax. Kaya nappressure kami. 1M lang budget namin kaya cannot be na pag naging 1.1 to 1.2M na yun car.
    ang mga below 1.1M, plus 20-30k lang

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by lady_blackgreen View Post
    Thank you! May nabasa kasi ako sa news dati na yun cars around 1M, nasa 150k yun dagdag pag naimplement na yun excise tax. Kaya nappressure kami. 1M lang budget namin kaya cannot be na pag naging 1.1 to 1.2M na yun car.
    Fake news yang 150K increase sa 1M, nasa 50-60K lang ang iincrease nyan.
    https://www.autoindustriya.com/auto-...xcise-tax.html

    Also, don't fear yung excise tax since kung maimplement naman yan eh sabay din liliit ang income tax mo at lalaki ang net income mo. Although at an advantage naman talaga kung makakabili ka na agad at the SRP of pre-excise tax while paying with an income of post-excise implementation.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Pustahan tayo hindi tataas ng Jan 1 ang presyo ng kotse. ��

    Car companies are feeding on the fear of buyers that current prices are "limited offers" and that prices will increase in 1 month. Truth is, like anything that passes through government, you can expect vehicle excise tax implementation to be delayed.

    So wag ka magpapressure. ��

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    Juts hindi naman Jan 1 . walang pang pasok nun, mga tiga-gobyerno tulog pa sa Media Noche at paputok. ang first schedule of implementation is Jan 20 someting, if they railroad it. so Feb malamang implemented na.

    pero given that medyo cash-strapped ang gobyerno next year with all the spending on infrastructure. tingen ko bibilisan nila yan to get funds for the project as well to determine the 2018 budget. we are progressing as well as spending, maghahanap talaga ng pera gobyerno.

    and yes, car manufacturers are feeding into the fear. why? eh kasi sila tataas ang overhead eh, ganun naman every new year. so whether excise tax or not, those cars in high demand itataas din nila yan to cover their higher overhead by the shift of the year.

    so like I said, be smart. kung meron ka budget now, you have the bonus or whatever, kilos na. sayang din yun hundreds of thousand na increase na biglaan in just a month or so diba


    although the problem is with a sudden demand surge of cars this december, baka yan ang mag-justify ng price increase ng mga casa kasi nga sabihin nila hotcake mga products nila. pero mapipigilan mo ba ang ibang kababayan natin kung gusto nila bumile ng car ngaun pasko.

    most buyers daw are OFWs. OFWs have money why because ang taas ng dollar eh, marami sila panggastos. yun sweldo nila sa ibang bansa mas madami sila mabibile dito .


    saka natatandaan nyo ba yun 10% vat na naging 12% Evat, most said matagal implementation, pero gulat ka, January andyan na kagad. somehow, pag ang gobyerno kikita ng mas malaki naggiing efficient lol

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    #18
    Back to topi na boys. hehe

    Tama silang lahat,

    if you are sure you need 5 seats lang, get the vitara.

    if you need 7 seats, get the br-v.

    IMHO, 7 seats is not a "must-have" rather, it's a "nice-to-have" feature lang. Masikip din a likod eh. hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Back to topi na boys. hehe

    Tama silang lahat,

    if you are sure you need 5 seats lang, get the vitara.

    if you need 7 seats, get the br-v.

    IMHO, 7 seats is not a "must-have" rather, it's a "nice-to-have" feature lang. Masikip din a likod eh. hehe
    Nice to have nga since napakadalang naman talaga na 7 tao ang sumasakay sa isang sasakyan, unless pang carpool ang peg or malaki talagang pamilya. One advantage pala of having a 7 seater is mas malaki ang luggage area mo. Yes, 5 nga lang kami nung pumunta kami ng baguio using a BRV, pero no issue kami sa baggage nung nakafold yung 3rd row.

    If I were you, I would also go with the 5 seater Vitara and just rent a bigger vehicle if I needed to seat more.

    Uy....!!! Mag Vitara GLX na yang si TS. Weheheh

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by dos2 View Post
    Fake news yang 150K increase sa 1M, nasa 50-60K lang ang iincrease nyan.
    https://www.autoindustriya.com/auto-...xcise-tax.html

    Also, don't fear yung excise tax since kung maimplement naman yan eh sabay din liliit ang income tax mo at lalaki ang net income mo. Although at an advantage naman talaga kung makakabili ka na agad at the SRP of pre-excise tax while paying with an income of post-excise implementation.
    This!!

    TS, update mo kami pag nakapag decide ka na ha.

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