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    #1341
    Quote Originally Posted by batangmahal View Post
    On display at Union Motor Paco, since a couple of weeks back, is a Cobalt Blue Outlander GLX. And I thought I saw a glimpse of the Biege Outlander in Mitsu Dagupan/Calasiao last week of May.
    Lat Month nagpunta ako ng Diamond Motors GH, 4 colors available for GLX model sabi ng SA. (Black, White, Adobe Gray and Cobalt Blue). Anyone have local photos of blue color.

    GLX din ba yung Beige color you saw in Dagupan? Thank you

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    #1342
    How about this third row option? May nakapagtanong na ba sa Casa kung pwede tong option?



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    #1343
    Quote Originally Posted by carchase View Post
    Lat Month nagpunta ako ng Diamond Motors GH, 4 colors available for GLX model sabi ng SA. (Black, White, Adobe Gray and Cobalt Blue). Anyone have local photos of blue color.

    GLX din ba yung Beige color you saw in Dagupan? Thank you
    I'm not sure if GLX yung Beige that I saw since I did not enter the showroom itself. Sabi ng SA ko sa Paco, may Beige na nga raw, but he also did not specify which model has that color.

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    #1344
    Quote Originally Posted by batangmahal View Post
    I'm not sure if GLX yung Beige that I saw since I did not enter the showroom itself. Sabi ng SA ko sa Paco, may Beige na nga raw, but he also did not specify which model has that color.

    Hi Dudes,

    We are still undecided whether to have the GLX Outlander of the Innova E Gas A/T. Nangungulit na pareho yung mga SAs ng Mitsu at Toyota. My heart desires the Mitsu Outie but the practical side of me dictates the Toyota Innova. Meron kasing price difference na Php250,000 between the two, with the Outie being the more expensive one.

    Any suggestion on how we should do the comparison matrix?

    Thanks

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    #1345
    during the lancer launch, may beige na glx for test drive.

    auto_fanatic, if money and 7 seats is not an issue, get the outie.

    practicality wise, wala ako masasabi sa innova, although you might want to consider a Fuzion para maiba naman.

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    #1346
    guys, nag ra-rattle yung back-left seat (behind driver's seat) ko pag nalulubak.
    mukang sa upper seat part sya, kase pag binaba ko ang seat back, walang tumutunog.

    anyone experience this also?

    help

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    #1347
    Quote Originally Posted by auto_fanatic View Post
    Hi Dudes,

    We are still undecided whether to have the GLX Outlander of the Innova E Gas A/T. Nangungulit na pareho yung mga SAs ng Mitsu at Toyota. My heart desires the Mitsu Outie but the practical side of me dictates the Toyota Innova. Meron kasing price difference na Php250,000 between the two, with the Outie being the more expensive one.

    Any suggestion on how we should do the comparison matrix?

    Thanks
    Depende na rin talaga sa needs ninyo sir. If you've got a small family, ok na ok yung Outie. But if need the extra 3rd row seat, get the Innova. If FC is not an issue, Outie na kayo. Handling and comfort, Outie rin. Porma-wise, Innova is more like family-oriented, imho. While the Outie has that macho appeal.

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    #1348
    Quote Originally Posted by mongaddi View Post
    guys, nag ra-rattle yung back-left seat (behind driver's seat) ko pag nalulubak.
    mukang sa upper seat part sya, kase pag binaba ko ang seat back, walang tumutunog.

    anyone experience this also?

    help
    Bro check the seatbelt sa side baka hindi nakaipit sa holder, ganun din kasi sa akin before pag nakatupi yun seatbelt tumatama sa plastic siding.

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    #1349
    Quote Originally Posted by carchase View Post
    How about this third row option? May nakapagtanong na ba sa Casa kung pwede tong option?



    ang ganda ng black interior!!!!

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    #1350
    Quote Originally Posted by auto_fanatic View Post
    Hi Dudes,

    We are still undecided whether to have the GLX Outlander of the Innova E Gas A/T. Nangungulit na pareho yung mga SAs ng Mitsu at Toyota. My heart desires the Mitsu Outie but the practical side of me dictates the Toyota Innova. Meron kasing price difference na Php250,000 between the two, with the Outie being the more expensive one.

    Any suggestion on how we should do the comparison matrix?

    Thanks
    Sir,

    Been there. I'm a former owner of Innova G VVTi, and was forced to sell it when we planned to go to the US. Kaya lang medyo na unsiyame ang plan so we decided to stay. And since na ibenta ko na yung Innova ko, need to get new ride.

    What can I say about my Innova?

    Family use - perfect sa mga outing, though 3 lang naman kami, 4 kasama na helper. Pero I love going on vacations with my brothers and tropa so pasok ang Innova.

    Here is caveat: Pag outing na, madami ka din naman dala na bagahe, so yung thrid row seat naka fold na yun to give you bigger luggage area. In short, until 2nd row seat lang din ang magagamit mo. Or yung isang side lang sa 3rd row seat ang i fold mo, pero very uncomfortable sa uupo. Sa Outie, ayus na! kasi malaki ang rear compartment area wala ka na problem

    Everyday use - Ok na ok. Ganda ng ride, mas mataas sa kotse, pero, dalawa lang namin kami ni misis palagi sa umaga at pag-uwi. Aalog-alog kami.

    FC - On my comparison, almost the same sa Outie ko (GLX). nag average ako ng 8-8.5 city driving sa Innova G VVTI and sa outie 8.5-9 pag mabigat ang paa ko. Sa hiway, umabot na ako 12 sa Innova when we went to Hundred Islands, pero, 3 lang kami laman. Sa Outie, di ko pa alam kasi di ko pa na i layo. But when we went sa Bulacan, Malolos area last week, SA MID ko nag 8.9/100km. I don't know lang kung tama yun.

    Driving Pleasure - Eto ang number 1 factor for me. When my wife told me na malakas sa gas, sabi ko magtitipid na lang ako, go light on the gas pedal. Nag suggest pa nga wife ko na Innova Diesel daw, pero takot ako sa D4D ng Toyota. I know na isolated case, pero mahirap na ma tiempuhan.

    Eto lang masasabi ko: iba talaga satisfaction if you are driving you Dream Car. :D

    Innova - dami na sa kalsada.
    Outie - Konti pa lang kami, kaya sa amin ka na sumali! hehehe

    Archie

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