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    #151
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    For the non-human-hauling urbanite... Jimny.

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    Parang limited ata capability ng Jimny for hauling. The rear cargo space looks small. I donít even think a golf bag will fit sideways on the back of a Jimny.


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    #152
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Parang limited ata capability ng Jimny for hauling. The rear cargo space looks small. I donít even think a golf bag will fit sideways on the back of a Jimny.


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    You're too cultured for the Jimny, bai....hehe. Great for the rough carefree solo adventurer....city or country.2020 Honda City

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    #153
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    You're too cultured for the Jimny, bai....hehe. Great for the rough carefree solo adventurer....city or country.2020 Honda City

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    Kung toy car ok Jimny. But as a primary car super kulang.

    It's not about being cultured or not. It's about having kids and family.

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    #154
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Kung toy car ok Jimny. But as a primary car super kulang.

    It's not about being cultured or not. It's about having kids and family.

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    Hence, the 'solo' there, sir.2020 Honda City

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    #155
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    You're too cultured for the Jimny, bai....hehe. Great for the rough carefree solo adventurer....city or country.2020 Honda City

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    The Wrangler or new Bronco might be better - it has more space and it has more power. Hehehe


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    #156
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    The Wrangler or new Bronco might be better - it has more space and it has more power. Hehehe


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    Yeah...the Bronco suits you, bai.2020 Honda City
    What's overly glaring about the Jimny is its size...a plus for some(myself included), a minus for many...But, its gem is in its simplicity & bones; ease of ownership & driveability.
    Rigid axles are perhaps the most underappreciated either due to its lack of ride/drive finesse or of discovery.
    Having had rigid-axle equipped vehicles longterm, I can attest them the least needy, the most able to take the Ph definition of pavements. The next would've been the best-of-both-worlds wishbones....forced out of favor by greed or ok,... by the cheaper, clunk-prone, short-life MacPhersons.
    Now, we're all conditioned to settle. The Jimny is the lone passenger vehicle left here w/ them rugged, reliable solid axles. Other pluses? Good ground clearance, simple electro-mechanicals, low cost/care ownership. Old-school rooted, yes, but it can also be the protective parent's perfect mind-peace of a kid's car....better than any small sedan or hatch out there.2020 Honda City

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    #157
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    Yeah...the Bronco suits you, bai.2020 Honda City
    What's overly glaring about the Jimny is its size...a plus for some(myself included), a minus for many...But, its gem is in its simplicity & bones; ease of ownership & driveability.
    Rigid axles are perhaps the most underappreciated either due to its lack of ride/drive finesse or of discovery.
    Having had rigid-axle equipped vehicles longterm, I can attest them the least needy, the most able to take the Ph definition of pavements. The next would've been the best-of-both-worlds wishbones....forced out of favor by greed or ok,... by the cheaper, clunk-prone, short-life MacPhersons.
    Now, we're all conditioned to settle. The Jimny is the lone passenger vehicle left here w/ them rugged, reliable solid axles. Other pluses? Good ground clearance, simple electro-mechanicals, low cost/care ownership. Old-school rooted, yes, but it can also be the protective parent's perfect mind-peace of a kid's car....better than any small sedan or hatch out there.2020 Honda City

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    Medyo semi dream car ko din yang jimny. There are times na gusto mo lang talaga minsan pumunta sa ibang lugar at mag adventure. 😂 Kung di mo masyado kabisado yung pupuntahan, at least possible na kaya at magkakasya ang jimny.

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    #158
    Plenty to like with the Jimny. Universally loved look, 4x4 capability, urban friendly dimensions, etc.

    Unfortunately also plenty to hate. Rough ride, weak engine, limited cabin space, etc but the most damning is crash safety.

    The new Suzuki Jimny isn’t very good at crashing | Top Gear

    Suzuki Jimny (Jan 219 – onwards) Crash Test Results | ANCAP

    Sorry to ruin the Jimny guys. But imho not a car you wanna be in in case of an accident.

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    #159
    Balik sa City ang usapan. Overall, it has been the best option among subcompacts for more than 10 years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Balik sa City ang usapan. Overall, it has been the best option among subcompacts for more than 10 years.


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    I think this will also eat up compact sales. Like for me, coming from an FD, this is a good next car with the almost the same size, better gas mileage and good features. Mawawala nga lang yung hatak ng k20 ko hahaha

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