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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by MatchuPichu0324 View Post
    +1 on this one.

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    Thanks for this feedback. The RAV 4 WAS in our consideration set. Might be a good idea to bring it back.

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    #22
    forget the mazda. there is a good reason why you don't see many on the road. dami horror stories na nadinig ko first hand sa mga owners ng sedans and suv. +1 pa horror story ko dyan.

    2x a year lang kayo umuwi? for me it's not worth it buying a new car, excise tax increase considered. i'd rent the best car there is for rent out there. no maintenance, registration, insurance and depreciation to consider. if you need a sedan/suv/van fit for the occassion pa.

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    #23
    Why not Subaru XV? hatch na semi off-roader. Combo ng wagon (choices mo) at CUV (Wife's).

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by unmarked View Post
    Why not Subaru XV? hatch na semi off-roader. Combo ng wagon (choices mo) at CUV (Wife's).
    I find the XV price too close to the Forester. It also feels like a bachelor's car to me. It is a good vehicle though, my wife was impressed with the leg and headroom.

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by unmarked View Post
    Why not Subaru XV? hatch na semi off-roader. Combo ng wagon (choices mo) at CUV (Wife's).
    Quote Originally Posted by yebo View Post
    forget the mazda. there is a good reason why you don't see many on the road. dami horror stories na nadinig ko first hand sa mga owners ng sedans and suv. +1 pa horror story ko dyan.

    2x a year lang kayo umuwi? for me it's not worth it buying a new car, excise tax increase considered. i'd rent the best car there is for rent out there. no maintenance, registration, insurance and depreciation to consider. if you need a sedan/suv/van fit for the occassion pa.
    Salamat. You are the 3rd person to come to me with a bad review re: mazda quality/servicing. May I ask for the details around your experience?

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Altwegg View Post
    I find the XV price too close to the Forester. It also feels like a bachelor's car to me. It is a good vehicle though, my wife was impressed with the leg and headroom.

    the xv is small inside..

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Altwegg View Post
    I've only ever had Toyotas in my stable (3 corollas, Prado (still with us, turning 20 this year), Tamaraw, Rav4). I figure it is time for a change.
    nice, after giving you a lot of reliable years then you decide that its time for a change...

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    #28
    How about the Outback? It's a Legacy platform with the ground clearance of the Forester.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Altwegg View Post
    Thanks for this feedback. The RAV 4 WAS in our consideration set. Might be a good idea to bring it back.
    new rav4 next year bro... new Camry by 4q this year.

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    #30
    ok ba ang tech forums ng subi and mazda?

    i hate fb groups na hit and run posts lng hehe


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