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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby civic minded » March 5th, 2018, 8:37 pm

bt50 same as ford so not going there, how the new np300 holding up , thinking about getting a kinda used one - what the issues with them

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby civic minded » March 5th, 2018, 8:41 pm

my choices right now , comes down to Navara np300 or L200. Not going hilux cause - parts would be expensive.
Not going BT50 or ranger ever again!! too much stress.
Isuzu maybe used , definitely not colorado.

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby supernedd » May 1st, 2018, 4:50 am

civic minded wrote:In the market for a van , coming from owning a Ford ranger( never again!!!!), Need something relaible - give me recommendations
boi i get my share of problems with d mazda... wl.engine... head cracking issues.. never me again

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby supernedd » November 13th, 2018, 11:05 pm

I recently seeing plenty people reselling their new hilux early .. low mileage... why?

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby Ted_v2 » Yesterday, 12:33 pm

Petro close dong. Ppl can't pay

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby PariaMan » Yesterday, 12:38 pm

Ted_v2 wrote:Petro close dong. Ppl can't pay
Diesel gone up vans not as attractive anymore

I know some guys who travel a lot for work and want to sell their vans for hybrid

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby supernedd » Today, 5:02 am

Well since the flood . I thought vans would be more attractive. A coworker said parts is a problem for people who bought hilux from m.rampersad .. i jus hope the van don't have a fault n men not saying

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby *$kїđž!™ » Today, 6:41 am

Vans are still great for transport and high ride...but tha diesel price and high maintenace cost making it undesirable....hybrid cars are a better option

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby Joshie23 » Today, 11:09 am

*$kїđž!™ wrote:Vans are still great for transport and high ride...but tha diesel price and high maintenace cost making it undesirable....hybrid cars are a better option


Non-common rail and a stringent maintenance schedule to prevent an expensive engine replacement is probably the best option yes, because the deplorable roads and constant flooding in certain areas doesn't favour a hybrid car.

EDIT: I know this is a new pickup thread and it's unlikely that any of our local dealerships still bring in pickups with a non-CR type engine. It was just some food for thought

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Re: Price Listings for new Pickups

Postby ADONI » Today, 12:13 pm

Joshie23 wrote:EDIT: I know this is a new pickup thread and it's unlikely that any of our local dealerships still bring in pickups with a non-CR type engine. It was just some food for thought

More like breakfast, lunch and dinner thought!

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