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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    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.
    that's good to know!!!

    Naku di ko na yata maantay ang 2013 para sa Sta. Fe. Mag isa lang naman akong sasakay.

    Sa carnapping, ano mas mainit sa mata? Tucson or CRV?

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Fifilafoo View Post
    Sa carnapping, ano mas mainit sa mata? Tucson or CRV?
    Mas mainit sa mata ang Tucson. Number 3 ang Tucson sa tinitira ng carnapper ngayon.

    But it doesn't scare me. Sila matakot sa'kin. ;)

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    #23
    The Santa Fe is really nice and comfy, but feels like a truck compared to the Tucson or even the Kia Sorento. They upgraded the suspension last year, so it's not as wallowy, but it's still a big softy. The Tucson is more confidence-inspiring to drive.

    Quote Originally Posted by dropzone View Post
    iba pa rin ang naka Honda,
    Yup. Ibang klase ang tagtag. Ibang klase ang tigas ng upuan... Ibang klase ang nipis ng leatherette sa pintuan na madaling masira (ours came off after just a few months)...

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    I suggest you test-drive first. Those of us with pre-2010 CR-Vs complain mightily about the harsh ride, but I drove the facelifted one last year. They altered the suspension geometry, so the steering is better, and they softened the suspension a little, so it's more comfortable than before.

    The Tucson, however, is, hands down, still more comfortable riding than the facelifted CR-V.

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    Carnap? Can happen to anyone, anytime, any car... basta brand-new...

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #24
    If you are in a budget, get the Tucson. If you want a CRV, mas ok yun Xtrail CVT 2WD. Same price but with a 2.5L engine and touchscreen navigation system. Ride is softer, seats are softer, and more reliable. My relatives' CRV, for some reason, has something to be fixed.

    But if you can wait, the new CRV and Mazda CX5 may come out next year. The CX5 looks promising and same size lng raw ng Sportage as per caranddriver.com.

    Laos na yun Honda image. They are having corporate problems and there's a big chance their CEO will be replaced due to the flop new Civic in the US.

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    #25
    Between Honda and Hyundai, medyo outdated na nga looks ng Honda. Para syang lolo sa binatang Tucson.

    But in the usage ng pang matagalan, ang lolong Honda is Super Lolo pa din ba? Yung '98 honda city ko is 13yrs old na but okay pa din yung makina. Sold it already.

    So naglalaban pa din sa isip ko ang pangmatagalan na super lolo (honda crv) or ang gwaping na bagets (Tucson) pero after a few years, di na maganda makina.....

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    #26
    Yung engine ng Tucson Theta II halos pareho ng Mitsubishi 4B11 ng Lancer EX..

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    Yung engine ng Tucson Theta II halos pareho ng Mitsubishi 4B11 ng Lancer EX..
    Hello Starex Gold..... so ano meaning nun? Okay ba sya or bulok sya? Sorry... medyo wala talaga akong alam sa mga cars.

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    #28
    [QUOTE=Starex_Gold;1811682]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


    Yun nga yung iniisip ko matagal na. Kasi mahina din ako gumamit ng car since malapit lang office and house. Nauuna yung 6 months bago yung 10000km.

    Di ba naluluma yung oil sa engine pag matagal na syang di napapalitan even if you don't use the car? Di ba sya lalapot or iitim?

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Fifilafoo View Post
    Hello Starex Gold..... so ano meaning nun? Okay ba sya or bulok sya? Sorry... medyo wala talaga akong alam sa mga cars.
    Ok yung engine. And it's more powerful than the Honda R20A engine of the CR-V. Ang CR-V kasi ma-appreciate mo kung naka K24 engine tapos Realtime 4WD.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fifilafoo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Starex_Gold View Post
    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

    Yun nga yung iniisip ko matagal na. Kasi mahina din ako gumamit ng car since malapit lang office and house. Nauuna yung 6 months bago yung 10000km.

    Di ba naluluma yung oil sa engine pag matagal na syang di napapalitan even if you don't use the car? Di ba sya lalapot or iitim?
    Naluluma yun. Pero ok pa naman ang fully synthetic kahit siguro 1 year sa engine. Pero kapag sumobra pa doon, wag na pilitin. I-change oil na.

    Kung Tucson / Sportage ang kukunin mo, kung susundin mo yung 3 months / 5000km PMS, semi synthetic nalang gamitin mo para less cost.

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    #30
    when buying a car or a SUV for that matter. think of it as an investment. and when investments are concerned returns are importatnt. Honda resale value is the best.

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