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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by drey View Post
    sana nasa price range ng 350K tapos may power windows na... kahit walang airbags/abs basta may power features and dual aircon.

    mukhang mura nga lang yata yan sir.
    dito kasi sa s'pore, nasa 20K sgd siya
    including coe so malamang nasa 400K
    yan pag sa pinas. di lalampas dapat
    ng 500K.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by drey
    sana nasa price range ng 350K tapos may power windows na... kahit walang airbags/abs basta may power features and dual aircon.
    No LHD version?
    If they ever have a LHD version, it will probably cost more than P350K...
    The Maruti(Indian) built old gen Suzuki Alto already starts at P359K.

    2007 Suzuki Every Wagon PZ Turbo Special

    Last edited by AG4; July 31st, 2007 at 02:41 PM.

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    #13
    turbo? nice!

    may car ka na,
    may ref ka pa.
    hehehe.

    ewan ko ba, pero
    may fascination ako
    sa mga boxy cars.

    sana dalhin ng honda
    yung vamos nila kung
    ayaw ng suzuki dalhin
    yung every. kaya lang
    jdm lang yata ang mga
    to.

    honda vamos



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    #14
    I've always been a fan of those micro bread boxes. Wish they came in LHD. Yen prices of these are typically around 1,400,000 or so.

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    #15
    I love those mini vans. But the problem is they only have as a domestic market or JDM. I wish that they consider bringing them here in the Philippines. After the mini/compact cars. I think this will be a hit.

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    #16
    Is there a point to slapping a turbo on what is, essentially, a rolling brick? :D

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogeyman View Post
    Is there a point to slapping a turbo on what is, essentially, a rolling brick? :D
    JDM Kei-cars/microvans have an engine displacement limit of 660cc.
    So if they want a stronger engine, they can't just slap on a bigger 1-liter engine, so what they do is add a Turbocharged to the 660cc engine to reach the maximimum allowable 64 PS(kei-car limit).

    In the very rare cases that they make export market versions of the kei-cars, they are fitted with 800cc or 1.0 liter engines.

    Suzuki and Daihatsu sold their old gen flat nosed Carry and Hijet here with bigger 1.0 liter engines.
    Last edited by AG4; July 31st, 2007 at 10:18 PM.

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    #18
    PHuv? Hihihi

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    #19
    oops pressed the wrong button
    Last edited by Helios; July 31st, 2007 at 11:43 PM.

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    #20
    I'm an avid fan of rectangular prism based design as well. the clean symmetry with minimum body lines and accents plus the short nose make it appealing. would've improved if total body height was reduced or widen the width further. minivans with a design like this should stick with solid conservative paints, otherwise a 2 tone color like a vw microbus is a good alternative

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