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    #41
    wrong post , sorry
    Last edited by ryan; September 6th, 2008 at 12:07 PM.

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    #42
    A eh makikisingit lang po.... Ako naman po ay isang happy owner ng Hyundai Sta. Fe 4X2...

    Sa totoo lang po wala akong reklamo sa sasakyan ko "as of the moment" kase maganda ang performance nya. Except nga lang po sa kulang ang passenger airbag. Kaya lagi kong pinapag-seatbelt kapag may katabi akong pasahero.

    Actually ang FC naman minsan din depende mismo sa ugali natin magmaneho. Kung gigil ka umapak sa gas or bigla bigla ka prepreno at aarangkada, definitely tataas ang FC mo kase the engine uses more power di po ba?

    On the other hand, maganda rin naman ang performance ng cars ng Mitsubishi kase we had our series of Pajeros before kaya lang napansin namin na in less than two years, maitim na ang usok na binubuga ng tambutso... Ngayon po ba kamusta na ang diesel engine cars ng Mitsu?

    Yun lang naman po ang aking opinyon... Salamat po.

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by LadyRider
    Except nga lang po sa kulang ang passenger airbag. Kaya lagi kong pinapag-seatbelt kapag may katabi akong pasahero.
    OT:

    Mas lalo mong ipagseatbelt ang passenger mo if may airbag. It would be more fatal to be hit by an airbag without wearing seatbelts.

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    #44
    Quote Originally Posted by LadyRider View Post
    On the other hand, maganda rin naman ang performance ng cars ng Mitsubishi kase we had our series of Pajeros before kaya lang napansin namin na in less than two years, maitim na ang usok na binubuga ng tambutso... Ngayon po ba kamusta na ang diesel engine cars ng Mitsu?

    Yun lang naman po ang aking opinyon... Salamat po.
    May I ask lang po how many kilometers was logged in those Pajeros before the maitim na usok came out in less than two years? Thanks.

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    OT:

    Mas lalo mong ipagseatbelt ang passenger mo if may airbag. It would be more fatal to be hit by an airbag without wearing seatbelts.
    Ay tama po kayo Sir! Diba nga po sa Volvo nga may naaksidente tapos ang kinamatay yung suffocation sa airbag at hindi dahil dun sa tindi ng pagkakabangga! If I remember it right, even Volvo was sued due to this unfortunate event!

    The best talaga is to wear seatbelts all the time ke may airbags or wala.

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    #46
    Naku I really can't recall anymore tagal na kase before. Pero ang alam ko most of it is all city driving... Bihira dinadala sa probinsya. At kung dinadala man, hanggang Calamba, Laguna lang. Ni hindi nga po namin naakyat ng Baguio yung mga Pajero. Kaya nga we decided to dispose of them. Bale 1st to 3rd gen ng Pajero ang nahawakan namin.
    Quote Originally Posted by leonleon View Post
    May I ask lang po how many kilometers was logged in those Pajeros before the maitim na usok came out in less than two years? Thanks.

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    #47
    Most precombustion diesels would become smoky as they got older... the Pajero is no exception, and the only cure for this is injector recalibration, which is expensive (can't recall properly, but I heard it cost 15k pesos at the casa for my aunt's Fieldmaster).

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Most precombustion diesels would become smoky as they got older... the Pajero is no exception, and the only cure for this is injector recalibration, which is expensive (can't recall properly, but I heard it cost 15k pesos at the casa for my aunt's Fieldmaster).
    On the CRDi engine, do they do the same process? injector calibration?

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by zaza.altis View Post
    my point actually. some friends say na nakaka average sila na 10-12km/l s 2.5L diesel fort on mixed driving . e sta fe lower displacement higher torque and power dami complain na malakas consumption ave of 6km/l to as -high of 8km/l in city.para bang higher hp and torque equals higher fuel consumption.

    i have my altis also baba ng hp and torque rating but so far happy ako sa consumption around 9-10 city 12-14 hi way decent power and acceleration.

    and lets face it sooner or later you will need to sell the suv how many would you think are willing to buy a 3-6y/o hyundai suv? maybe if you lower the price low enough. reliability and if the resale value will hold is yet to be seen if it will compare to starex okay na sana if same depreciation lang ng starex acceptable na. but looking sa buy and sell re tucson, matrix, elantra masyadong mababa nila binebenta and parang hindi ganon kadami ang mga interested to buy. just my 2 cents.. no offense to sta fe owners.
    I dont know why some people here are posting facts that comes from heresays, friends, friends of friends and relatives...Mag test drive ka muna ng SUV bago ka mag-comment I own a 07 CRV and 2.2crdi SF...Mas malakas pa sa gaso ang CRV and I'm getting 12-14 KPL sa city driving sa Santa Fe ko. Depende kasi ang pag gamit sa sasakyan. Kung mahilig kang mangarera at barumbado ka mag-drive like most of the drivers here in Metro Manila. Malamang malakas talaga lumaklak ng fuel ang kahit na anong sasakyan.
    I cannot comment what would be the resale value of my SF. I dont care about it dahil I buy things for keeps. At bibihira pa akong nakakakita ng SF for sale these days...kung meron man, kokonti unlike forts

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by alainroyce View Post
    On the CRDi engine, do they do the same process? injector calibration?
    Nope. Injector calibration is only necessary because precombustion diesels have no direct injection controls. CRDis have electronically metered injectors.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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