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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by boytsiks View Post
    For 3 yrs installment, di naman siguro ganun kalaki. I just check an inhouse scheme from toyota nasa 47% ang interest nila for 5 yrs whereas around 28 per cent from a bank. That is around 4k difference in 60 months (~240k in 5yrs).

    Same scenario when i got my MS, 4300 ang difference a month between PO and inhouse. Although i have to pay 100k more initially, but after 5 yrs i will save 140k from interest.

    But as i've said, di naman siguro ganun kalaki for 36 months since shorter ang term. Anyways, just enjoy your amazing ride. Dont think about the interest rate too much.

    pag in house, fiancing dapat wais kayo kahihirit ng discount sa dealer kasi magkakatalo yan at the end of 5 years sa bank and 5 years sa in house: for example kumuha yung officemate ko ng innova e na d4d

    binigay lang sa kanaya ng ganito ung presyo:

    DP: 69k
    MA: 19,603
    Free: insurance, tint, 1k, 5k, matt, tint, chattel mortgage and madami pa po.

    sa lahat ng bank na inaplyan niya need niya maglabas ng mga more or less 250k tapos ang MA mga 17k (nakalimutan ko na last year pa kasi, pero more or less) pa din. so parang sa pagkakatanda ko ng computation namin sa duration of 60 months, lumalabas kung nagbank siya 23k lang matitipid niya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boytsiks View Post
    For 3 yrs installment, di naman siguro ganun kalaki. I just check an inhouse scheme from toyota nasa 47% ang interest nila for 5 yrs whereas around 28 per cent from a bank. That is around 4k difference in 60 months (~240k in 5yrs).

    Same scenario when i got my MS, 4300 ang difference a month between PO and inhouse. Although i have to pay 100k more initially, but after 5 yrs i will save 140k from interest.

    But as i've said, di naman siguro ganun kalaki for 36 months since shorter ang term. Anyways, just enjoy your amazing ride. Dont think about the interest rate too much.

    pag in house, fiancing dapat wais kayo kahihirit ng discount sa dealer kasi magkakatalo yan at the end of 5 years sa bank and 5 years sa in house: for example kumuha yung officemate ko ng innova e na d4d

    binigay lang sa kanaya ng ganito ung presyo:

    DP: 69k
    MA: 19,603
    Free: insurance, tint, 1k, 5k, matt, tint, chattel mortgage and madami pa po.

    sa lahat ng bank na inaplyan niya need niya maglabas ng mga more or less 250k tapos ang MA mga 17k (nakalimutan ko na last year pa kasi, pero more or less) pa din. so parang sa pagkakatanda ko ng computation namin sa duration of 60 months, lumalabas kung nagbank siya 23k lang matitipid niya.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by boytsiks View Post
    For 3 yrs installment, di naman siguro ganun kalaki. I just check an inhouse scheme from toyota nasa 47% ang interest nila for 5 yrs whereas around 28 per cent from a bank. That is around 4k difference in 60 months (~240k in 5yrs).

    Same scenario when i got my MS, 4300 ang difference a month between PO and inhouse. Although i have to pay 100k more initially, but after 5 yrs i will save 140k from interest.

    But as i've said, di naman siguro ganun kalaki for 36 months since shorter ang term. Anyways, just enjoy your amazing ride. Dont think about the interest rate too much.
    kung 47% malaki yan yung pina quote ko noon ng 5 years 24% so I settled for 3 years which is 14%

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by botsog View Post
    previously i was also thinking of having a montero, but it's already old. maybe a facelift is also coming. i already chose tb 4x2 lt upgraded with the following add-ons: DVD/ GPS Package (8" Touch Screen Monitor) with with Reverse Camera, Headrest Monitor, 20" mags, Leather Seatcover, Solargard tint, Carpet Matting, Chevey Keychain, Early Warning Device, Umbrella, Car Cover, Rustproofing plus Comprehensive Insurance with Acts of Nature, Chattel Mortgage, 3 Years LTO Registration for 110k down payment... yan lang eh
    Can you please give me the name and contact number of the agent? Thank you!

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    #24
    Default Re: Montero 2.5 GLSV VS Trailblazer 2.8 LT
    Quote Originally Posted by botsog View Post
    previously i was also thinking of having a montero, but it's already old. maybe a facelift is also coming. i already chose tb 4x2 lt upgraded with the following add-ons: DVD/ GPS Package (8" Touch Screen Monitor) with with Reverse Camera, Headrest Monitor, 20" mags, Leather Seatcover, Solargard tint, Carpet Matting, Chevey Keychain, Early Warning Device, Umbrella, Car Cover, Rustproofing plus Comprehensive Insurance with Acts of Nature, Chattel Mortgage, 3 Years LTO Registration for 110k down payment... yan lang eh

    Can you please give me the name and contact number of the agent? Im planning to buy next month. Thank you!

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    #25
    hi sir lemuel, you may contact bullet santos from pasig. 09158157630...

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by botsog View Post
    hi sir lemuel, you may contact bullet santos from pasig. 09158157630...
    Thank you so much sir! God bless!

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by botsog View Post
    previously i was also thinking of having a montero, but it's already old. maybe a facelift is also coming. i already chose tb 4x2 lt upgraded with the following add-ons: DVD/ GPS Package (8" Touch Screen Monitor) with with Reverse Camera, Headrest Monitor, 20" mags, Leather Seatcover, Solargard tint, Carpet Matting, Chevey Keychain, Early Warning Device, Umbrella, Car Cover, Rustproofing plus Comprehensive Insurance with Acts of Nature, Chattel Mortgage, 3 Years LTO Registration for 110k down payment... yan lang eh
    How much MA for 3yrs contract if your DP is 110k? Thanks

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    #28
    Trailblazer. Powerful engine. No turbo lag. 3rd row comfortable for an adult that stands 5'8.
    accesorized it outside casa. Leather seats. 20inch rims. Touch screen monitor with gps. Back up camera. Bing bing horns

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by botsog View Post
    previously i was also thinking of having a montero, but it's already old. maybe a facelift is also coming. i already chose tb 4x2 lt upgraded with the following add-ons: DVD/ GPS Package (8" Touch Screen Monitor) with with Reverse Camera, Headrest Monitor, 20" mags, Leather Seatcover, Solargard tint, Carpet Matting, Chevey Keychain, Early Warning Device, Umbrella, Car Cover, Rustproofing plus Comprehensive Insurance with Acts of Nature, Chattel Mortgage, 3 Years LTO Registration for 110k down payment... yan lang eh
    Nakakatakot yung low down payment. Ibig sabihin babawian ka sa interest. Laki ng monthly mo nyan sir. I work previously on bank thats why I know. And dun talaga kumikita banks at dealer sa promo na low down payment.

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    #30
    Mga bossing malaki ba difference ng ride ng montero at trailblazer? Plan ko is montero dahil sa ride nya. Mareklamo kasi kids ko. Dati may crv gen.2 ako nagrereklamo sila.hehe. mas gusto nila sakyan un civic fd ko.

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