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    #371
    x-wind, does it mean kaht na palitan ko ang shocks ay d ko magaya ang height ng xto? napansin ko nga na d mxado exposed or nakikta yung mounting or bracket ng leafspring ng xto compared sa sportivo.. so f maglower me ng height, front lng ang pwed ko ibaba.. my friend told me dat load plus can improve the traction and minimize body roll ng xuvi nya..

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    #372
    hello po sa lahat ng member ng tsikot.com. nagtitingin tingin lang ho kasi ako ng mga post at kumukuha ng idea kung anu ang mga comments sa crosswind kasi plano namin na bumili ng isuzu crosswind pero ung xuv lang kasi malaki din ang difference sa sportivo at yung manual since mas nasanay ako sa manual, nagustuhan ko kasi tong forum na to para sa pagdedesisyon, siguro by next month pa kasi andito pako sa sing eh, pero malaking tulong talaga, at yung sa pagme maintain ng sasakyan.... salamat po.

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    #373
    anybody here who has experienced problem sa flex ride? ung saken kc nacrack sa gitna yung bilog na plastic na spacers in between sa nga leafs ng leaf spring, ung prang piso, as of now ay half of that circle lng natira in between a two leaf.

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    #374
    Hi mga bossing. Newbie here sa Crosswind/Sportivo Thread po.
    Just sold our Revo GLX AT last week due to Gas consumption issue. My mom & I were looking for an unit that is fuel efficient, and the Sportivo became our choice due to its reliable 4JA1-L Engine.
    Ang tanong ko po is this... Which is better, The front facing 3rd row seats, or the Jump Seat configuration? Pls help. Thanks.

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    #375
    prospective crosswind owner here, i have a few questions:

    after more than 5 yrs, nagsisimula na bang mas makalog ang diesel engine nya?
    fuel consumption on both city and hiway driving?
    mahal ba parts and maintenance cost?

    and lastly how much po discount na binigay sa mga bumili? nagpaquote kase kami sa casa pero sabi ng ahente depende raw ang discount sa dp?

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    #376
    and saan bang bangko maganda magpafinance? and pwede naman kumuha sa labas ng insurance right, as long as accredited sha ng bangko?

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    #377
    Quote Originally Posted by Colaboy View Post
    Hi mga bossing. Newbie here sa Crosswind/Sportivo Thread po.
    Just sold our Revo GLX AT last week due to Gas consumption issue. My mom & I were looking for an unit that is fuel efficient, and the Sportivo became our choice due to its reliable 4JA1-L Engine.
    Ang tanong ko po is this... Which is better, The front facing 3rd row seats, or the Jump Seat configuration? Pls help. Thanks.
    It depends on where you frequently use the car! Kung for long trips, the front facing config will give a more comfortable ride on long trips, while the side facing is good for ingress/engress of the 3rd row passengers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fargin View Post
    prospective crosswind owner here, i have a few questions:

    after more than 5 yrs, nagsisimula na bang mas makalog ang diesel engine nya?
    fuel consumption on both city and hiway driving?
    mahal ba parts and maintenance cost?

    and lastly how much po discount na binigay sa mga bumili? nagpaquote kase kami sa casa pero sabi ng ahente depende raw ang discount sa dp?
    Q1: I think this will depends sa pag-maintain mo sa car!
    Q2: 10-12 kpl on city and 14-16 on highway!
    Q3: No, parts are everywhere and can be maintain by your suking mekaniko!
    Q4: It depends on the agent kung hanggang saan ang kaya nyang ibigay sa iyong discount or freebies!

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    #378
    Quote Originally Posted by denier13 View Post
    It depends on where you frequently use the car! Kung for long trips, the front facing config will give a more comfortable ride on long trips, while the side facing is good for ingress/engress of the 3rd row passengers!



    Q1: I think this will depends sa pag-maintain mo sa car!
    Q2: 10-12 kpl on city and 14-16 on highway!
    Q3: No, parts are everywhere and can be maintain by your suking mekaniko!
    Q4: It depends on the agent kung hanggang saan ang kaya nyang ibigay sa iyong discount or freebies!
    ah okies, kase sa toyota and mitsubishi nasa quotation na kagad ang discount na ibibigay, so fixed na sha sa lahat ng casa....

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    #379
    Quote Originally Posted by denier13 View Post
    It depends on where you frequently use the car! Kung for long trips, the front facing config will give a more comfortable ride on long trips, while the side facing is good for ingress/engress of the 3rd row passengers!
    Thanks denier13.
    I agree too that the front facing seats is better on long trips. But I found out that there are no more, or should I say not enough cargo space to carry along our belongings during vacation rides with full passengers aboard. And if the 3rd row seats is unoccupied, it creates vibration when the auto is cruising along rough roads w/ potholes even. Di ba nakakasira yan?

    Btw, the stock tires from the unit is Michelin LTX. Ok na ba ito performance wise, or should I request for other brands? Which one?

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    #380
    Quote Originally Posted by Colaboy View Post
    Thanks denier13.
    I agree too that the front facing seats is better on long trips. But I found out that there are no more, or should I say not enough cargo space to carry along our belongings during vacation rides with full passengers aboard. And if the 3rd row seats is unoccupied, it creates vibration when the auto is cruising along rough roads w/ potholes even. Di ba nakakasira yan?

    Btw, the stock tires from the unit is Michelin LTX. Ok na ba ito performance wise, or should I request for other brands? Which one?
    If space is your priority, then go for the side facing config or get a roof basket!
    It is normal when a vehicle cruises on rough roads it creates vibrations, especially if you don't have load on it! And I think that if ever na may masisira, it's the suspension sytem!
    The stock Michelin is ok, just fill it up with nitrogen to make a little softer!

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