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    #21
    If the entertainment system is a big deal, I'd suggest you get the Innova 2.5G and then just retrofit another KD-AVX77. The price difference between the Innova 2.5G M/T and the M/T Sportivo is a whopping 102k. Perhaps that is more than enough for the entertainment system? And then you get ABS/EBD and dual airbags pa.

    Or you can get a Kia Carens CRDi. Its got a 6 speed manual, much more powerful engine, complete safety features, and a much more comfortable ride. And its got a similar price tag as your choices here.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    If the entertainment system is a big deal, I'd suggest you get the Innova 2.5G and then just retrofit another KD-AVX77. The price difference between the Innova 2.5G M/T and the M/T Sportivo is a whopping 102k. Perhaps that is more than enough for the entertainment system? And then you get ABS/EBD and dual airbags pa.

    Or you can get a Kia Carens CRDi. Its got a 6 speed manual, much more powerful engine, complete safety features, and a much more comfortable ride. And its got a similar price tag as your choices here.
    oo nga e, magupgrade lang ako ng HU ng Revo namin to a JVC EXAD KD tapos paretrofit din ako ng projector headlamps saka lagyan ko din ng DVD monitor yung headrest, o diba parehas na sila ng cabin package ng Sportivo ng tropa ko.

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    #23
    Thanks guys sa mga advise niyo... Godbless us all.. =) Were going to think about it... ksi ung tito ko my sportivo and ung isa revo.. nasakyan ko ung sportivo last weekend and sa skyway kmi dumaan.. feel ko 100km/h is very slow pa.. and ung gulong is rinig mo sa loob.. maingay.. ung uncle ko sa is sbi innova.. comfort is good.. pero pag dting nga sa 3rd row maliit.. but i appreciate your advices.. thank you!

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by zap.FREEDOM View Post
    oo nga e, magupgrade lang ako ng HU ng Revo namin to a JVC EXAD KD tapos paretrofit din ako ng projector headlamps saka lagyan ko din ng DVD monitor yung headrest, o diba parehas na sila ng cabin package ng Sportivo ng tropa ko.
    Onga eh. There's really not much difference between the Sportivo and a six year old Revo VX240D. In fact I find the Revo interior to be more car-like pa nga eh.

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by andretti View Post
    Matibay naman ang Innova, but not as tough as Isuzu IMO.
    An example of having to choose on which one is more durable whenever we go to the farm, for sure Sportivo ang gagamitin, rough road kasi, you would be fool to use the Innova.

    buyer's preference nalang
    Boring naman kung minsan ang sobra tibay bosing ---- ang malaking controlling factor din diyan ay si misis boss-among-tunay, pag nakikitang maayos ang takbo ng sasakyan kahit nais mo nang palitan o ibenta hehe

    i mean acceptably, lalo na sa ating nagtatrabajo sa labas para may maipakain sa familia, gaya mo o ako, mga tunay na comptrollers naman natin ay mga misis eh haha! Madali pa silang ma-highblood sa mga gastusin kaysa sa atin.... Masunurin naman tayong asawa di ba sir ahoho

    At the moment, the recently-acquired Innova D-4D is still being babied ni misis hehe ---- let's see if it can stand the test of time by the time she or we start to become "loose and creative" with it just like the way we are with the old Isuzu's DMax and the old Crosswind hehe ;)

    Hint: Let's see if the reported 2KD-FTV engine problem past 50,000 km is ever true




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    #26
    Hehe~ Ganon din mentality sa family namin eh. Basta ang kotse gamitin at gamitin hanggang mamatay oh kaya hindi na desirable gamitin (like malakas na sa gas, lagi na nasisira, etc.), eh bihira naman lumalabas ng Metro Manila ang mga sasakyan namin at minemaintain naman ng maayos so... No such thing as "palitan na ito kasi naiinip na ako dito" :rofl: Pinakabagong kotse sa amin is from 2005 pa. Honda Accord 2.4i-VTEC, at least nakaabot ng Z-plates.

    Eh di naman sadyang napakatibay ng mga sasakyan namin ('01 Revo, '02 Trooper, '03 Escape, '05 Accord). Ang solid sobra! Kahit ba naman yung notorious-for-being-problematic 4JX1 Trooper ay nagtagal sa amin without much of a fuss.

    So *TS: Innova na! Di na baling hindi siya kasing hardcore ng Crosswind at Adventure pagdating sa katibayan. At least the ride comfort is better, its safer, faster and more civilized.

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    #27
    mitsubishi adv for me, ganyan yung garage service ko noon at nag served sa akin for 6 years, ni minsan di nagka problem at di pa nagalaw yung engine at pure stock yung engine at pang ilalim..360,000 km yung tinakbo..masyadong matibay! binenta ko na dahil kailangan ng pera..

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    #28
    Hehe...yup tama kayo diyan bossing, boring nga ang sportivo.
    Sinagot ko lang naman tanong sa akin kaya, ganun na lang sagot ko...

    Ako kasi sa tibay lagi tingin ko, lalo na pag si misis ang gagamit. Mahirap kasi masira ang sasakyan lalo na pag out of the country tayo, kaya mostly yun ang pinapagamit ko na din para no worries ika nga nila.

    Kaya sabi ko nga....buyer's preference nalang

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    #29
    nandito na naman ulit tayo!!!!!
    tapon niyo na yang jurrasic na xwind at advie!!!
    go for innova kahit anong variant di ka magsisisi.
    kaya di umaasinso pinas
    marami parin bumibili ng mga taeng sasakyan.

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