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    #161
    Quote Originally Posted by tsik_r2d2 View Post
    Is it better to upgrade to a Subaru Forester / XV than to choose these two? Around P200k+ additional since Subaru's on a promo right now.
    Basically, comes with better interior, engine and other features.

    Go with the Forester. It's a much better vehicle than these two unless you need the extra 2 seats.

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    #162
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Go with the Forester. It's a much better vehicle than these two unless you need the extra 2 seats.
    Thanks Sir Egan!
    Kaso paano po ang PMS and spare parts ng Subaru?
    Is it also good for a noob driver or pang experienced na to get the most of the features?
    Base model lang ang choice ko if ever since medyo out of budget na.

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    #163
    Quote Originally Posted by tsik_r2d2 View Post
    Thanks Sir Egan!
    Kaso paano po ang PMS and spare parts ng Subaru?
    Is it also good for a noob driver or pang experienced na to get the most of the features?
    Base model lang ang choice ko if ever since medyo out of budget na.
    Go to Motor Image and ask for a test drive. They are quite friendly to customers asking for a test drive.

    The Forester may look big and bulky but it handles like a compact car. Noob or experienced, most vehicles are the same.

    Maintenance cost is more like Honda but with Motor Image, you can bring your own fluids and parts. They will just bill you for the service.


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    #164
    Quote Originally Posted by tsik_r2d2 View Post
    Kaso paano po ang PMS and spare parts ng Subaru?

    Very, very expensive ... and it becomes even more as you rack up the mileage ... Honda CVT change oil is 3T+ ... Subaru CVT change oil is 15T+ ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Very, very expensive ... and it becomes even more as you rack up the mileage ... Honda CVT change oil is 3T+ ... Subaru CVT change oil is 15T+ ...
    The CVTF change is the most painful expense for a Subie with the CVT. This happens every 40k KM actual mileage.

    For the usual oil change, cost is the same as any 2.0L 4-cylinder engine which uses fully synthetic oil. You can bring your own oil and fluids to Motor Image if you don't want pay extra for their fluids.

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    #166
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Very, very expensive ... and it becomes even more as you rack up the mileage ... Honda CVT change oil is 3T+ ... Subaru CVT change oil is 15T+ ...
    Very true.

    Subaru has better over all performance but the trade off is higher maintenance costs.

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    #167
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    The CVTF change is the most painful expense for a Subie with the CVT. This happens every 40k KM actual mileage.

    For the usual oil change, cost is the same as any 2.0L 4-cylinder engine which uses fully synthetic oil. You can bring your own oil and fluids to Motor Image if you don't want pay extra for their fluids.
    How bout yung mga parts sir? The wear and tear, like bushing, tie rod, rack and pinion, shocks, brake pads, fuel/air filter and etc. same lang din sa honda ang cost?


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    #168
    Quote Originally Posted by ray_noel View Post
    How bout yung mga parts sir? The wear and tear, like bushing, tie rod, rack and pinion, shocks, brake pads, fuel/air filter and etc. same lang din sa honda ang cost?


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    No major part replaced yet on my Fozzie. I have yet to replace my stock brake pads but Iím looking to use Brembo OEM pads when I do change them. It is cheaper than what the casa offers. Air filter is around 1600 from the casa but you can use an aftermarket air filter.


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    #169
    Subaru Forester SJ tail light ... 30T pesos ... each ... Honda CR-V ... less than 10T ...

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    #170
    Quote Originally Posted by ray_noel View Post
    How bout yung mga parts sir? The wear and tear, like bushing, tie rod, rack and pinion, shocks, brake pads, fuel/air filter and etc. same lang din sa honda ang cost?


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    Sa fusion R na ako nag papa PMS and check-up.

    Mura compared sa motor image. Think of it as your local talyer that specialises in Subarus.

    Replaced valve cover both sides, nasa 3k lang ata iirc. Don't ask me how much sa MI.

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