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    #11
    innova.
    hindi ka magsisisi.

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    innova.
    hindi ka magsisisi.

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    #12
    Wala pa akong alam na nagsisi sa innova.. pero may officemate ako na nagsisi sa advie.. sana raw innova na lang binili nya..

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    #13
    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.

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    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.

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    #14
    Kawawa naman adventure dito. Ni walang laban, except sa price at parts and mechanic availability.

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    #15
    Innova hands down.

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    #16
    I would only get an Adventure for business use. But if it's a personal car, Innova definitely.

    Power windows are the only essentials that the Innova J doesn't have. Power door locks are easily added. Black trim can easily be repainted. Steel rims can easily be replaced with alloys.

    What's not on the spec sheets is the Innova's refinement. Better ride, more power (without an increase in consumption), standard safety features, and superior ergonomics make the Innova the runaway winner, even if it's just the base model.

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    #17
    Innova na, the Adventure is really awful to drive for me, for some reason yan ang pinaka ayaw ko i-drive sa lahat ng mga AUV na na-drive ko, even the old Tamaraw FX mas gusto ko pa i-drive.

    The only thing I don't like about the Innova J is that it feels too bare, kung kaya sana ng budget, go for the E model. I think its the best value among the Innova line.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by vvti2.0 View Post
    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.

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    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.
    Ok na rin yan Sir, mura nyo naman nakuha, the low acquisition is enough to make for the gasoline consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vvti2.0 View Post
    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.

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    Ako nagsisi kasi yung VVTi 2008E variant ang kinuha for 300k.

    Dapat nagdiesel ako, kasi ayaw na ibenta ni misis yung VVTi.
    Ok na rin yan Sir, mura nyo naman nakuha, the low acquisition is enough to make for the gasoline consumption.

  9. Join Date
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    #19
    Innova rin for me.

    We had the chance to own both of them. Lamang talaga innova sa power and refinement. The only chance I'd get the Advie is if I'm located in a remote area where the parts, clean diesel and a good mechanic is hard to find.

    But don't get me wrong. The advie is well built and adapted to our road conditions. It wont stay this long in the market if it ain't reliable. But if you're buying for personal use, then I'd suggest the Innova.

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    Innova rin for me.

    We had the chance to own both of them. Lamang talaga innova sa power and refinement. The only chance I'd get the Advie is if I'm located in a remote area where the parts, clean diesel and a good mechanic is hard to find.

    But don't get me wrong. The advie is well built and adapted to our road conditions. It wont stay this long in the market if it ain't reliable. But if you're buying for personal use, then I'd suggest the Innova.

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    #20
    sir TS, innova ay mas komportable imaneho. di ka masyado mapapagod. sa adventure kayod ka ng kayod.

    fuel consumption, winner ang innova. as per my experience driving L200, L300 at adventure, matakaw na mga eto pagdating sa mga bulubunduking daan. ang kupad pa.

    sa maintenance (in my view as a DIYer), mas madali pa palitan timing belt ang innova. kung sa diesel adventure, 3 hours minimum tapos 2 t-belts. sa innova e 30 minutes tapos na palitan timing belt dahil isang belt lang (plus gears). so big reduction sa "garage time". plus yung t-belt tensioner ng innova is automatic di gaya sa diesel adventure na non-automatic (springs). naexperience ko na rin mag-adjust ng belt ng 4d56 dahil tumalon ng 2 ngipin. diko alam kung bakit pero suspetsa ko e yung tensioner springs.

    yung fuel injectors, rail, fuel pump tatagal naman siguro basta well maintained gamit ang malinis na diesel fuel. yun nga lang mas madugo talaga dahil higher tech na ito kumpara sa conventional diesel ng adventure.

    btw, makupad na isuzu pala tong kabayo ko (formerly mitsubishi). kaya neutral na rin ako kahit papano. hihihihi

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