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    #591
    Quote Originally Posted by ericson21 View Post
    sang dealer ka nagpa reserve sir? maybe you want to consider our dealership din po sir, baka po mas mailabas natin ng mas mabilis yung unit for inhouse financing sir. yun po kase ang pina prioritize ng mga dealer ngayon sir talaga eh. sa toyota cubao po pala ako sir. :D
    Sa commonwealth branch. Paki pm contact number mo sir..

    Quote Originally Posted by jerome022086 View Post
    Kami sa Toyota Batangas, 1 week lang nakuha na namin yung unit. Nagtagal lang sa pag-iintay ng P.O. from Metrobank. Hindi nila ibibigay yung unit in cash or kapag sa labas ka kukuha ng insurance. No choice na lang, kaya kinuha na namin yung insurance nila at 44K compared sa 32K na inooffer ng metrobank. Manual na Blue yung sa amin... No kits included... :DD
    Sir pwede pa pm nung contact number ng sales agent mo? In house financing din ba kinuha mo?

    Quote Originally Posted by ale828 View Post
    question: Did PS bank tell you of any penalties/fee's if you plan to fully paid the loan after only 1 month amortization?

    Had reserved the GT86 last year but was on the waiting list since i wanted to pay cash.
    Now i am optioning to buy the GT86 via in house financing but plan to pay the full amount of the loan after 1 month plus a few penalties.
    I wanted to know if this is possible? I tried asking in the financing thread but no one seem to answer me.
    Hindi ko natanong sir, I just received a text message na approved na ko ng bank. 1st time ko kasi mag financing if ever..

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    #592
    Quote Originally Posted by s1x_p4c View Post
    Sa commonwealth branch. Paki pm contact number mo sir..
    na send ko na po PM sa inyo sir, thanks po!

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    #593
    Quote Originally Posted by ale828 View Post
    question: Did PS bank tell you of any penalties/fee's if you plan to fully paid the loan after only 1 month amortization?

    Had reserved the GT86 last year but was on the waiting list since i wanted to pay cash.
    Now i am optioning to buy the GT86 via in house financing but plan to pay the full amount of the loan after 1 month plus a few penalties.
    I wanted to know if this is possible? I tried asking in the financing thread but no one seem to answer me.
    Hmmmmm....paano ba yang in-house in-house na yan? sa casa ba mismo o i apply din nila sa bangko?

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    #594
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    At least, Niky... even if you lose to the 86 on corners, you get to have a spacious back seat that you can use for "quickies" :naughty2:

    Kidding aside, had the chance to see the 86 again earlier during my PMS, and boy the back seat is just ridiculous. But then, I still love it. The un-kitted MT though. The TRD Aero kit is just plain BS, and it's more BS to get an 86 if you're going to pair it with an auto.
    Careful with your words bro. Not everyone shares the same opinion as you do transmission and styling are personal preferences, it's good that Toyota brought in both variants and offered the optional TRD kit to please everybody

    That said, I'm loving my un-kitted Lightning Red MT 86. To those of you who are still on the waiting list, be patient. I waited 6 months for mine, and it was well worth it!

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    #595
    Quote Originally Posted by hrtrob View Post
    Careful with your words bro. Not everyone shares the same opinion as you do transmission and styling are personal preferences, it's good that Toyota brought in both variants and offered the optional TRD kit to please everybody

    That said, I'm loving my un-kitted Lightning Red MT 86. To those of you who are still on the waiting list, be patient. I waited 6 months for mine, and it was well worth it!
    Toyota's way of pleasing their customer cost a torso. :hysterical:

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    #596
    Quote Originally Posted by hrtrob View Post
    Careful with your words bro. Not everyone shares the same opinion as you do transmission and styling are personal preferences, it's good that Toyota brought in both variants and offered the optional TRD kit to please everybody

    That said, I'm loving my un-kitted Lightning Red MT 86. To those of you who are still on the waiting list, be patient. I waited 6 months for mine, and it was well worth it!
    Hey, it's just my opinion. Sorry if I offended anyone. Wasn't my intention.

    I find it BS because dealers insist buyers on getting them, even if the buyer initially just wanted a plain 86 which looks better (in my opinion). Eh since walang magawa 'tong kawawang buyer, he'll get the kitted 86 instead which is, if I'm not mistaken, a couple of gran more than the stock 86.

    Money is no joke. Nakakainis lang na nagttake advantage sila sa opportunity na to. The TRD is okay if it's optional.. pero sa lagay ngayon, parang hinde siya optional if you really really want to get an 86. What I think about the TRD version? An easy-way out. It's an easy, yet will cost you an arm, to get your 86 fast.

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    Or, you can always get a Genesis 2.0T. 255 horsepower. Potenza tires. 18" wheels. Faster in a straight line. Faster on the racetrack (Better tires, decent suspension), easier to hold long lurid drifts in (better tires, more power), better ride comfort, better stereo and sound system and... oh... real back seats.

    And you can actually buy them for 1.5m. And no... the Genesis doesn't steer like a Camry. Of course, if you want to get the ultimate track weapon instead, you can forego both cars and get an EVO X.

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    Personally, I would not get the 86 in anything but base trim with the manual. Lovely, willing, sharp, with low handling limits that are easy to explore. But it's the kind of car that is wasted if you never drive it on the racetrack or on a good, winding road at full attack.

    Parang mga SiR. People buy them to drive to the office every day, inside the city. With no place to wind them out and enjoy that 7,500 rpm motor. When you could get something with more torque and more luxury for everyday use.

    Still love the little car. If I had a budget for a third or fourth car just to take to Clark Raceway every day, I'd get one. And park it beside the Genesis, MINI Cooper S and race-prepped Mazda2 I also don't own. But I feel that most people who are buying them now are not getting the full flavor of the experience.
    Last edited by niky; February 27th, 2013 at 01:39 AM.

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    #598
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Hey, it's just my opinion. Sorry if I offended anyone. Wasn't my intention.

    I find it BS because dealers insist buyers on getting them, even if the buyer initially just wanted a plain 86 which looks better (in my opinion). Eh since walang magawa 'tong kawawang buyer, he'll get the kitted 86 instead which is, if I'm not mistaken, a couple of gran more than the stock 86.

    Money is no joke. Nakakainis lang na nagttake advantage sila sa opportunity na to. The TRD is okay if it's optional.. pero sa lagay ngayon, parang hinde siya optional if you really really want to get an 86. What I think about the TRD version? An easy-way out. It's an easy, yet will cost you an arm, to get your 86 fast.
    No offense taken bro. Actually not all dealers are forcing buyers to get the kit. I got mine for cash with no TRD add-ons Oh yeah, met up with fellow 86 owners last week, there were 14 cars (including one BRZ). Out of the 13 86s, only three were fitted with the TRD kit.

    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Or, you can always get a Genesis 2.0T. 255 horsepower. Potenza tires. 18" wheels. Faster in a straight line. Faster on the racetrack (Better tires, decent suspension), easier to hold long lurid drifts in (better tires, more power), better ride comfort, better stereo and sound system and... oh... real back seats.

    And you can actually buy them for 1.5m. And no... the Genesis doesn't steer like a Camry. Of course, if you want to get the ultimate track weapon instead, you can forego both cars and get an EVO X.

    -

    Personally, I would not get the 86 in anything but base trim with the manual. Lovely, willing, sharp, with low handling limits that are easy to explore. But it's the kind of car that is wasted if you never drive it on the racetrack or on a good, winding road at full attack.

    Parang mga SiR. People buy them to drive to the office every day, inside the city. With no place to wind them out and enjoy that 7,500 rpm motor. When you could get something with more torque and more luxury for everyday use.

    Still love the little car. If I had a budget for a third or fourth car just to take to Clark Raceway every day, I'd get one. And park it beside the Genesis, MINI Cooper S and race-prepped Mazda2 I also don't own. But I feel that most people who are buying them now are not getting the full flavor of the experience.
    Us 86 owners have had two track days already since getting together for the first time last month. First one was in BRC then Clark two weeks ago. So we are somewhat getting the full flavor of the experience

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    #599
    Quote Originally Posted by hrtrob View Post
    Us 86 owners have had two track days already since getting together for the first time last month. First one was in BRC then Clark two weeks ago. So we are somewhat getting the full flavor of the experience
    TCS and VSC off, I hope. That's the only way to roll. And probably slightly better tires. I appreciate the thoughtfulness of Toyota in giving the 86 tires with lower limits, but the limits are a bit too low given the competence of the chassis.
    Last edited by niky; February 27th, 2013 at 03:26 AM.

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    #600
    The reality of ownership is different from reading or test driving. Comparing cars, always great for gear heads.
    Anyone who has bought an 86 or BRZ and has enjoyed it has spent their money well. Having to go on the the track with driver aids off is not for everyone. The 86/BRZ require a certain level of skill at the limit. It is not for everyone to try without proper education. This is quite irresponsible and dangerous. Enjoy the ride and don't crash it. The only price worth earning is a smile on your face.

    hrtrob, good for you you are enjoying your rideand that is what's about. Nothing more nothing less. It's a fun car driven at 40kph attacking a corner (with the rear sliding out on a wet road) and at 170kph full throttle down the long stretch of a track. Don't let me or easy one else say how and where you can enjoy your 86.

    Early morning drive with a week old ride, back in December

    Posing after several laps:


    A car is fun as long as you love to drive. It does not have to be expensive and it does not have to be fast. Any car will do.

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