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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Again depende sa needs mo yan.

    CRV vs. Tucson?

    Kung binata ka, Tucson. Kung may pamilya ka uupo sa likod at medyo claustrophobic sila, mag CRV ka.

    Kung quality habol mo, CRV. Yun recall does not cover the new models, its only from 2004-2006 models. Tucson, daming issues nung umpisa pero medyo naayos na karamihan and thanks to the guys here, may knowledgebase ka na of what to do. However, I find it scary yun namamatay lang ng basta basta ang makina.

    Resale value - CRV ang safe bet ngayon pero yun Tucson, we have yet to see ang value nya.

    Maintenance schedule - CRV ay every 6 months or 10K, Tucson every 3 months or 5K, which ever comes first.

    Space - CRV maluwang as compared sa Tucson.

    Price - Lintek mahal ng CRV. Super ok price ng Tucson.

    Looks - Tucson, pogi , CRV is old na.

    Variety - Tucson may gas and diesel, MT and AT, 4X2 and 4x4; CRV gas lang MT and AT, 2.0 4x2 and 2.4 for the AWD.

    So with my needs, CRV ang nakuha ko, maski na Tucson ang gusto ko. Di naman ako nagsisisi.

    Food for thought lang: There is a reason why the CRV is still selling like hotcakes despite its old age. Safe choice kasi.

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    #12
    I agree pagdating sa CR-V halos bumili ka talaga ng worry free ride. Since day 1 wala naging issue, expired na warranty pero wala parin problems. Pero 35K palang mileage since January '08.

    Sa resale value, ewan lang. Gen. 1 CR-V lang ata yung may mataas na resale value. Yung isang '07 CR-V 2.4 4WD namin nabenta nalang ng 720K, 50,000 KMS sa odo. BS lang yung mga 800+K sa Sulit. Sa Tucson naman, yung CRDi mataas ang resale value, kahit yung Gen. 1

    BTW, *Mguy: Do you follow the 6 months / 10,000km PMS of Honda?

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    *SG,

    Yes, I do. Its always the 6 months intervals kasi I don't get to rack up the kilometers during that time. Nearly 1.5 years na CRV ko, 12k lang nasa odometer ko.

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    Tucson vs. CR-V = Tucson

    Tucson vs. Santa Fe = Depende sa needs mo

    Yung 3rd Gen. Santa Fe baka sa 2013 pa, matagal-tagal na intayan pa 'to.

    I still have my '08 CR-V 4WD. Still nice, very spacious interior, sa lahat ng CUV ito pinaka maluwag ang interior. Pero harsh ride. Yung Tucson CRDi 4WD, has smaller interior. Pero looks better than CR-V, inside and out. I rarely use the CR-V nung nakuha ko na yung Tucson. Yung Santa Fe CRDi naman. Hmm.. Talagang maluwag! 7 seater rin kasi. Surprisingly more economical than my Tucson CRDi (siguro dahil 2WD lang)

    Tulad ng sabi ko, depende na sa needs mo yan kung SF or Tucson. Kung may pamilya ka na, mas ok ang Santa Fe kasi kailangan mo talaga yung extra space para sa stroller, yaya, gamit ng bata, etc.

    Another option, the new Kia Sportage. Yan pinaka-bago sa amin ngayon. I find it better than the Tucson GLS 2.0 Gas.

    Yan, mamili ka diyan sa tatlo hehehe
    langya parang Wheels manila bay lang a. me suzuki, hyundai at kia.haha. hanep korean SUVs mo bro.

    for me, tucson or sportage. ganda ng likod ng tucson. pareho bang 17 inch rims ng tucson at sporatage? parang ang laki tignan nung rims sa sportage compared sa tucson e.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropzone View Post
    iba pa rin ang naka Honda,
    If you have enough cash to shell out, then go for the Santa Fe. Sabi nga ni SG, 2013 pa labas ng ALL-NEW but with the current one, di ka parin talo. The Santa Fe is still one of the BEST looking SUVs out there except for those crappy rims.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Mguy View Post
    *SG,

    Yes, I do. Its always the 6 months intervals kasi I don't get to rack up the kilometers during that time. Nearly 1.5 years na CRV ko, 12k lang nasa odometer ko.
    Ah, once ko lang kasi ginawa yan, dun sa FD. I realized that I'll waste some money kung susundin ko. Since Fully Synthetic naman yung VTEC-Lev, kaya yun sa loob ng engine for 10 months. Hehe

    Di naman na-void yung warranty

    Quote Originally Posted by ratchet23 View Post
    langya parang Wheels manila bay lang a. me suzuki, hyundai at kia.haha. hanep korean SUVs mo bro.

    for me, tucson or sportage. ganda ng likod ng tucson. pareho bang 17 inch rims ng tucson at sporatage? parang ang laki tignan nung rims sa sportage compared sa tucson e.
    Hahaha. Parang dealer lang ng Wheels 'no

    Yes, yung Tucson 2WD at Sportage 2WD pareho lang ng size, 17". Sa design lang siguro nagkatalo kaya mukhang mas malaki yung sa Sportage, tsaka sa gap ng wheel arch siguro. Hehehe

    Quote Originally Posted by SiRbossR View Post
    If you have enough cash to shell out, then go for the Santa Fe. Sabi nga ni SG, 2013 pa labas ng ALL-NEW but with the current one, di ka parin talo. The Santa Fe is still one of the BEST looking SUVs out there except for those crappy rims.
    Agree! hahaha!

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by dropzone View Post
    iba pa rin ang naka Honda,
    Iba ka talaga ka pag naka honda ka ngayon, yung barkada kong sampung taon na sa Honda mula ahente dati hanggang maging bossing ngayon, dun na siya, pero ngayon lilipat na, nainis, pano kahit madami kang nai ko close ala namang unit, naglilipatan yung naiinip kakaantay. Wala daw diesel, na madaming customer yun ang hanap, wala man lang pa event para magkaron ng konting pa kilig o marketing man lang. Ayun iniwan na niya Honda.

    Kaya tunay na iba ka talaga kung naka Honda ka ngayon, either di ka nagbabasa ng mga updates sa sasakyan or tlaagang sarado isip mo sa isang brand.

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    #18
    iba talaga pag naka-honda ka. lalo na pag naka SiR. nagkakaroon ka ng kaaway sa kalsada pag maangas ka.

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    #19
    Grabe! Na overwhelm ako!!! Ha ha ha!! Ang galing. Sulit mag post dito a?

    Teka, namamatay ba engine ng Tucson?!!! Bakit?!!!

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Fifilafoo View Post
    Teka, namamatay ba engine ng Tucson?!!! Bakit?!!!
    Yung mga first batch na gas engines. May ECU issues.

    OK na ngayon. Pati yung issues dati hindi ko na naririnig ngayon, yung mga ka-kilala kong 2011 owners wala daw problema.

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