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  1. Join Date
    May 2006
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    #1
    Napansin ko sa ibang thread ng mga auto dito sa tsikot puro leather seats,airbag,ganda ng hitsura,lambot ng ride,DVD player,sounds,wood panel,katahimikan ng makina etc etc...dito naman sa isuzu partikular sa crosswind katibayan ng makina at pang ilalim ang bida

    Ilan na tinakbo ng crosswind mo at ano ang kwento kapatid?

    Sa akin 03 XUVI 130k na tinatakbo, eto ang workhorse namin sundo dito hatid diyan, ilang beses na din nagamit sa tuguegarao, sa La union at sa baguio, pagkatapos ng warranty sa gas station nalang ako nagpapa changeoil, wala pang 2k petot..isang bese palang ako nagpalit ng baterya,at nagpalit na din ako 3 gulong..last month palit water pump at isang set ng brakepads..
    Yung original stereo na pioneer di nanakakabasa ng CD kelangan na ata ng linis, yung ilaw sa aircon switches di na rin nagana, yung silver design sa overrider natanggal na din(ano ba magandang pandikit nun?) Meron lang konting ingay galing sa likod mukhang galing sa rear seats..

    Pero makina ganun padin one click parin kahit sa umagang malamig!! Matipid parin..transmission oks parin, mga bintana ayos parin,solid parin pagsarado ng mga pinto,tambutso ok na simula nung pinaltan ko ng malaking flexi pipe...

    In other words wala parin plano ibenta dahil solid na solid parin ang overall feel ng sasakyan

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    'bat ala ata nag rereply sa thread nato? alam ko there are others out there who has a high mileage xwind w/ them... anyway, para di naman lonelyboy si oliver, sama ako :D

    217,000+km and still going strong, fuel mileage still averaging 11-13km, maxed out at just under 15km/liter <-- slow, continuous highway driving yan, speed not exceeding 100kph, w/ aircon on, in other words, 'alang daya.

    dami na rin napalitan na parts, suspension, bushings, belts, etc. etc. but so far, di ko pa napa calibrate yung fuel injection system. I just overdose w/ biodiesel pag mausok and ayos na ulit. i'll just detail the things that i've replaced dun sa isuzu crosswind owner's thread.

  3. Join Date
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    #3
    ayan si rsnald, sa kin kasi maniwala kayo't sa hindi going 30K pa lang ang natatakbo in 7 years kaya di maka relate hehe pero so far yung power steering leak llang naging prob pero under warranty pa siya nun and a simple O-ring lang pinalitan. this year nga lang rin ako nagpa insert ng 8" flex pipe dahil medyo madalas na lumuwag ang section B.

    orig pa lahat mula sa battery na excel fo 7 years, stock yokohama s-306 na malapit lapit na palitan. will go for Champiro GTX65. in short good as brand new pa lahat promise at wala plano ibenta. dagdagan na lang natin ng matulin tulin at mas tahimik gaya ni oliver

  4. FrankDrebin Guest
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    I don't have a crosswind pero highlander xtrm ang current ride ko. So far, it has reached 140K kms without any headache. Water pump, belts, idler arm, bearings, front a/c evaporator at brake pads pa lang ang napapalitan. 12-14Kms per liter pa rin ang fuel mileage niya.

    Lately, I've been thinking about retiring this old horse for a used Gen 2 Pajero because I want to take advantage of its high appreciation value, but kantutingopit with the current economic crisis maybe I should use it until it reached 200K kms on the odometer. :D

  5. Join Date
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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin View Post
    I don't have a crosswind pero highlander xtrm ang current ride ko. So far, it has reached 140K kms without any headache. Water pump, belts, idler arm, bearings, front a/c evaporator at brake pads pa lang ang napapalitan. 12-14Kms per liter pa rin ang fuel mileage niya.

    Lately, I've been thinking about retiring this old horse for a used Gen 2 Pajero because I want to take advantage of its high appreciation value, but kantutingopit with the current economic crisis maybe I should use it until it reached 200K kms on the odometer. :D
    Pareho pala tayo sir frank, mine is a 2000 xtrm with 130,500 kms on it, just had my last oil change, sinabay ko na rin fuel and air filters, though i was not able to buy OEM ones, layo kasi ng Walco sa Antipolo

    So far, still a very satisifed owner, this really is a potent and reliable workhorse, sulit paakyat ng Antipolo Since I just got it this year, bearings at rotor disc pa alng napapalitan ko.

  6. Join Date
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    #6
    yes mga highlander SL/SLX at XTRM mga kapatid natin yan....mga proven talaga para sa mga di maarte :peace:



    bit O.T. One thing I noticed, those that are turbo equipped are more prone to trouble even with less than 100K mileage. Kaya I’m still looking which of the CRDi’s engines today are capable of reaching 200K+ kms without hassle.
    Last edited by XTO; December 18th, 2008 at 12:05 PM.

  7. Join Date
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    #7
    Quote Originally Posted by XTO View Post
    yes mga highlander SL/SLX at XTRM mga kapatid natin yan....mga proven talaga para sa mga di maarte :peace:



    bit O.T. One thing I noticed, those that are turbo equipped are more prone to trouble even with less than 100K mileage. Kaya Iím still looking which of the CRDiís engines today are capable of reaching 200K+ kms without hassle.

    tama ka sir, di talaga pwede sa maaarte to, pero ako I've grown to like the bumpy ride( pag walang karga) at yung ingay ng makina. And of course, yung panatag ng loob na this engine won't have the tendency to break down like much of the newer engines now.

  8. FrankDrebin Guest
    #8
    Hard to let go talaga ito. Yung sa Quezon-based cousin ko pala na Highlander SL ay nakaka-300K kms plus na daw siya. Waterpump, bearings, belts, evaps, shocks and some suspension parts pa lang daw ang napapalitan niya. He haven't had it calibrated yet. His isuzu lived mostly on the cheapest Shell lubes and VIC filters.

    Tibay noh?

  9. FrankDrebin Guest
    #9
    Quote Originally Posted by XTO View Post
    yes mga highlander SL/SLX at XTRM mga kapatid natin yan....mga proven talaga para sa mga di maarte :peace:



    bit O.T. One thing I noticed, those that are turbo equipped are more prone to trouble even with less than 100K mileage. Kaya Iím still looking which of the CRDiís engines today are capable of reaching 200K+ kms without hassle.
    Bro baka manibago ka kapag lumipat ka sa CRDi. Medyo madugo daw ang maintenance. :D

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin View Post
    Hard to let go talaga ito. Yung sa Quezon-based cousin ko pala na Highlander SL ay nakaka-300K kms plus na daw siya. Waterpump, bearings, belts, evaps, shocks and some suspension parts pa lang daw ang napapalitan niya. He haven't had it calibrated yet. His isuzu lived mostly on the cheapest Shell lubes and VIC filters.

    Tibay noh?

    Wow 300k plus:exclaim: paano mo nga ba malalaman kung kailangan ng pa-calibrate? Sa usok ba? Sakin kasi minsan mausok kahit naka idle, like pag traffic, though puti naman usok. Minsan naman nawawala. Sa hatak naman walang problema, can easily haul 10 passengers all the way up Antipolo.

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