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    #221
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    GA:
    1 din head unit
    no power windows
    no power side mirror
    no tachometer
    no mid row head rest
    no 3rd row head rest
    no concealed storage bin under boot
    steel rims
    add ko lang, no ABS

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    #222
    Quote Originally Posted by harold13 View Post
    Thank you for your input. Hindi naman mahal sa casa pms?
    Ayan.... maraming kokontra sa sasabihin ko pero this is from my own experience. After matapos ng warranty ko sa APV namin, I tried having my PMS or having my ride issues fixed sa aming suking talyer. Since hindi sila experienced sa mga Suzuki cars, nagdo-doble doble gastos ko. I know na trial and error ang suspension or even idling issues pero one click lang sya sa casa. Sa suking talyer namin, yung mga ipinalitan nila, pinalitan din pag dating sa casa since di naman yun yung cause ng issue. Tapos yung replacement part na ikinabit nila, pasira na agad. In short, uulitin ko lang na based sa experience ko with my 3 Suzuki cars (APV, Esteem and Swift), mas reliable pa rin ang gawa at PMS sa casa.

    So far, my 9yr old APV still looks and drives new. No major issues except when I had an accident that caused a leak sa radiator ko (instead of getting a new one that cost P18k, pinatagpian ko na lang sa isang reputable radiator repair shop).

    My 15yr old (around 2012) Esteem was even better as it could still do 60km/h on 1st gear and more than 80km/h on 2nd gear. No know issue except for its idling issues which was resolved by an Italian tuneup.

    I am hoping that my Swift will be as good as my other 2 Suzuki cars since I'm planning to have all its PMS done via casa hanggang nasa amin sya.

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    #223
    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Ayan.... maraming kokontra sa sasabihin ko pero this is from my own experience. After matapos ng warranty ko sa APV namin, I tried having my PMS or having my ride issues fixed sa aming suking talyer. Since hindi sila experienced sa mga Suzuki cars, nagdo-doble doble gastos ko. I know na trial and error ang suspension or even idling issues pero one click lang sya sa casa. Sa suking talyer namin, yung mga ipinalitan nila, pinalitan din pag dating sa casa since di naman yun yung cause ng issue. Tapos yung replacement part na ikinabit nila, pasira na agad. In short, uulitin ko lang na based sa experience ko with my 3 Suzuki cars (APV, Esteem and Swift), mas reliable pa rin ang gawa at PMS sa casa.

    So far, my 9yr old APV still looks and drives new. No major issues except when I had an accident that caused a leak sa radiator ko (instead of getting a new one that cost P18k, pinatagpian ko na lang sa isang reputable radiator repair shop).

    My 15yr old (around 2012) Esteem was even better as it could still do 60km/h on 1st gear and more than 80km/h on 2nd gear. No know issue except for its idling issues which was resolved by an Italian tuneup.

    I am hoping that my Swift will be as good as my other 2 Suzuki cars since I'm planning to have all its PMS done via casa hanggang nasa amin sya.
    thanks for sharing bro. siguro sa mga non-toyota/non-honda cars, dapat talaga sa dealers ang repairs and PMS.

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    #224
    a totoo Lang casa padin ang mas expert sa paggawa ng auto

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    #225
    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Ayan.... maraming kokontra sa sasabihin ko pero this is from my own experience. After matapos ng warranty ko sa APV namin, I tried having my PMS or having my ride issues fixed sa aming suking talyer. Since hindi sila experienced sa mga Suzuki cars, nagdo-doble doble gastos ko. I know na trial and error ang suspension or even idling issues pero one click lang sya sa casa. Sa suking talyer namin, yung mga ipinalitan nila, pinalitan din pag dating sa casa since di naman yun yung cause ng issue. Tapos yung replacement part na ikinabit nila, pasira na agad. In short, uulitin ko lang na based sa experience ko with my 3 Suzuki cars (APV, Esteem and Swift), mas reliable pa rin ang gawa at PMS sa casa.
    So you're saying you don't trust repair shops outside of dealer and yet you trusted a reputable radiator repair shop. Sounds like a contradiction. Maybe you went to the wrong shop. There are better and more reputable repair shops outside of dealer. You can't just go to any neighborhood repair shop, find a shop that specializes in Suzuki vehicles.

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    #226
    Quote Originally Posted by harold13 View Post
    a totoo Lang casa padin ang mas expert sa paggawa ng auto
    Um ... No, ask the people here with horror stories concerning dealers.

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    #227
    Magaling naman talaga sila. Visual check up lang alam na nila anong mamahaling piyesa ang papalitan. Hehe

    Mga ojt lang usually ang gumagawa ng mga sasakyan natin. Although siguradong may magaling sa kada casa. Pero iilan lang sila. At mukhang sop na ata sakanila na sabihin yung mahal na piyesa na papalitan kahit magaling yung service advisor. Baka may share sila?

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    #228
    Quote Originally Posted by dandang View Post
    Saw the ertiga panlaban talaga sa avanza much nicer. Only drawback for is the low ground clearance mas mataas ang avanza hindi madali sumabit sa mga matataas na ramp.
    DanDang,

    According to the car's specs, the ground clearance is the same as the APV, at 185mm.

    I saw the car displayed at Robinson's Galleria this weekend. I did the cinderella check, finding out if my 6'2" tall body of mine can fit without the steering wheel bruising my knees. Front seats seems to have a wide adjustment length, so my legs are happy. When I went to the 2nd row seats with the front fully pulled backward, my knees can still fit.

    I might fall in love with this beast, but that will have to wait, when I'm done with my payments with my 2nd ride.

    Tried doing the same with the Avanza a couple of years back when I was searching for my 2nd ride. It failed me. I'm too tall for this car.

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    #229
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Um ... No, ask the people here with horror stories concerning dealers.
    Baka ma-OT tayo dito.... For me, PMS jobs I go to Speedyfix. Serious issues, I go to the casa, suki ko na ang Suzuki Shaw. Their mechs are still OK, as I still see some old faces there, when the PMS was still free. So far, their crew is still good.

    About a month ago, the APV's tranny making this strange hydraulic sounds. I thought the oil pan or gasket got hit, but it was later determined that a missing screw on the engine cover was the cause. Hard to believe, but the noise is gone.

    I had a couple of serious issues before, and that casa team got it fixed and never failed. Yeah, the parts are kinda pricey, so I source my parts from outside.

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    #230
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Um ... No, ask the people here with horror stories concerning dealers.
    relax ka lang.kanya kanya lang yan.

    parang sinasabi mo lahat ng casa olats.

Suzuki Ertiga - 7 seater MPV