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  1. Join Date
    Dec 2012
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    #3011
    Quote Originally Posted by jojo728 View Post
    Wow! Cayenne is not priced like a Forester, Bro. The top-of-the-line Cayenne is Turbo S rated at 175 mph or 280 kph tops with a power of 500 horses or hp and a price tag of US$ 146,000.00 (without tax). The Forester is just rated at 170hp and just US$30,000.00

    Kaya, there's no comparison... That is why my suggestion is just the Forester and not the Cayenne.

    Also, mods can upgrade the production/stock performance of the vehicle.
    I'm not comparing the vehicle's price tag, what I'm comparing are their capabilities on and off road and it's this statement "Also, TBZ was built as an off-roader and I think, for countryside leisure driving pleasure, not a speed demon.If you want an SUV to drive that fast, better get the new Forester, since it's turbo-charged." for me the TrailB is not singularly built for off roading but is built for both terrains with maintaining as much comfort and capabilities of an on road vehicle this is why We are surprised on the top speed this vehicle can achieve. Also the TrailB is turbocharged as well and the forester is gas only.

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    #3012
    Quote Originally Posted by Red_TLZ2800 View Post
    Thanks sir Numbah5. I'll try the above dealers. Hope I could get positive response from the above dealers. FYI I'd just created my new chevy account name.
    what model trim r u looking for sir?
    im going home on Sunday & will be visiting my dealer in Nueva Ecija...
    I'll ask them

  3. Join Date
    Jun 2009
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    #3013
    I had my 1st PMS ( Chevy North) last saturday milage registered KM 3,800 almost 5 months in use, here my expenses :
    Fuel System Flushing additives P 803.40
    Engine Flush 504.00
    Brake Paste ???? 160.00
    7 ltrs ACDelco Dexos2 *780/ltr 5460.00
    Brake Cleaner 235.00
    Oil Filter 755.00
    Wind Screen Cleaner 160.00
    Sundries 500.00
    LABOR 1314.00
    TOTAL ++++++++ 9891.00

    The TrailB was cleaned & shining again, by the way I learned from the Technical Supervisor that we can't use the EXCEL Motolite Battery due to difference sa terminal, sa trailB has two terminal for positive & negative plus extra for reverse( I don't know what is this). Life span of our EOM battery about 1 1/2 years daw ?????

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    #3014
    Quote Originally Posted by RTS View Post
    I had my 1st PMS ( Chevy North) last saturday milage registered KM 3,800 almost 5 months in use, here my expenses :
    Fuel System Flushing additives P 803.40
    Engine Flush 504.00
    Brake Paste ???? 160.00
    7 ltrs ACDelco Dexos2 *780/ltr 5460.00
    Brake Cleaner 235.00
    Oil Filter 755.00
    Wind Screen Cleaner 160.00
    Sundries 500.00
    LABOR 1314.00
    TOTAL ++++++++ 9891.00

    The TrailB was cleaned & shining again, by the way I learned from the Technical Supervisor that we can't use the EXCEL Motolite Battery due to difference sa terminal, sa trailB has two terminal for positive & negative plus extra for reverse( I don't know what is this). Life span of our EOM battery about 1 1/2 years daw ?????
    How's the performance of your TrailB after the PMS?

  5. Join Date
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    #3015
    Quote Originally Posted by numbah5 View Post
    How's the performance of your TrailB after the PMS?
    Its early to give any observation kasi I drove only from the Casa to home, also I filled up Unioil diesel, maybe tomorrow I can have a long drive to Dona Remedios Trinidad & rough terrain to visit a former homestead land .

  6. Join Date
    Sep 2004
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    #3016
    Naku tama nga sabi nila, mausok si Trailblazer (hehehe)

    *Photo courtesy of Chevy Phil FB
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails mausok.jpg  

  7. Join Date
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    #3017
    Im still figuring out the difference of Delco batteries compare sa other batteries available sa local outlets like EXCEL MOTOLITE, I tried to check the different model of Delco batteries sa internet but wala akong makitang other terminal besides the negative & positive, what is this revesrse connection the chevy people are saying???, around P 7K plus daw ang battery nila, sabagay if it is true na around 1 1/2 years daw ang life ng delco batteries, I still have a long way to worry about it, I will cross the bridge when Im there he he he

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    #3018
    Quote Originally Posted by albert_b View Post
    Naku tama nga sabi nila, mausok si Trailblazer (hehehe)

    *Photo courtesy of Chevy Phil FB
    This is the real definition ng TRAILBLAZER, blast away all dust, parang hinahabol ng mga Apache at sioux sa west he he he

  9. Join Date
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    #3019
    Quote Originally Posted by RTS View Post
    Im still figuring out the difference of Delco batteries compare sa other batteries available sa local outlets like EXCEL MOTOLITE, I tried to check the different model of Delco batteries sa internet but wala akong makitang other terminal besides the negative & positive, what is this revesrse connection the chevy people are saying???, around P 7K plus daw ang battery nila, sabagay if it is true na around 1 1/2 years daw ang life ng delco batteries, I still have a long way to worry about it, I will cross the bridge when Im there he he he
    In AC Delco Website, they have the Marine/RV Battery SMF with Dual Terminals with Part Nos. M24SMF600, M27SMF730 and M31SMF830.

  10. Join Date
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    #3020
    Delco Batteries
    As per my scanty search the Delco Batteries actually are the same as the batteries locally available, except the terminal are reversely designed, this contradict the explanation of the Chevy Technical dept. that another terminal besides the 2 standard pole can be found in Delco Batteries tsk tsk tsk..
    * jojo728, thanks for the input about Delco Batteries.

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