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    #201
    Yung Mitsu ASX has a ground clearance of 195mm. It sits lower than the FXT which is around 221mm in ground clearance, the same as most PPVs.


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    #202
    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    something is amiss kung kung i-attribute nila yun price diffrence solely on shipping. natandaan ko nun cagayan days a 40ft container will cost you approx. 2000$ US to Japan. ang Japan to Manila is suprisingly affordable mga 500$ plus. A 40ft container can store 2 normal sized vehicles or 3 small city car sized ones. I think minamaximixe lang talaga ng TMP pricing nila binawasan pa nila ng features yun thai models.
    made-in-japan cars may not enjoy the same tax discounts as asean-made cars.

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    #203
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    made-in-japan cars may not enjoy the same tax discounts as asean-made cars.
    ah yes. that would be a good reason for the prices being what they are.

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    #204
    Quote Originally Posted by hardwang View Post
    Right. If I remember correctly, the lancer cedia we own have a ground clearance of 165mm or 170mm..
    Like the Suzuki-Maruti Swift 1.2 that was sold here before.

    I recall a lot of cars sold here before had some kind of raised-suspension (Asian Road Package), this was more obvious in some pre-2000s cars. I recall the local version of this gen Lancer (particularly the early 90s facelift) looked like it was so high off the ground.
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    #205
    Quote Originally Posted by AG4 View Post
    Like the Suzuki-Maruti Swift 1.2 that was sold here before.

    I recall a lot of cars sold here before had some kind of raised-suspension (Asian Road Package), this was more obvious in some pre-2000s cars. I recall the local version of this gen Lancer looked like it was so high off the ground.
    approach and depart angles.
    very useful in non-so-civilized roadways and driveways.
    like our driveway, as entered from the street.
    ilang beses na kasi tinasaan ng gubyerno ang road namin.
    heh heh.

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    #206
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    I think it will also be marketed in the North America.


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    European, middle eastern and oceania regions may follow as well...

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    #207
    hopefully we can have it here downunder and ditch the chr...

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    #208
    Quote Originally Posted by ozcity View Post
    hopefully we can have it here downunder and ditch the chr...

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    Chr .. toyotas best 4seater lol... with 200 of trunk space.

    Awful specs for the price

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    #209
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    japan-made cars do not enjoy the tax breaks that asean-made cars do.

    but government should go out of its way in making relatively less-polluting vehicles more attractive to motorists, i.e., tax breaks.

    i mean,
    encouraging the populace to embrace anti-pollution practices...
    totally true. here in Japan we hardly see/buy diesels.
    in the Phils., it is all opposite that'S why the pollution is way terrible.

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    #210
    Quote Originally Posted by Radical-One View Post
    totally true. here in Japan we hardly see/buy diesels.
    in the Phils., it is all opposite that'S why the pollution is way terrible.
    pollution control isn't cheap.
    i think the covid has given us the opportunity to see roads with less pollution...
    didn't we like what we saw?

    now,
    if government goes out of its way to make diesel fuel and diesel vehicles more expensive to use and operate...
    bili na siguro tayo ng vvti innova...
    heh heh.

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