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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby tonybadman » August 24th, 2011, 4:42 pm


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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby sliderz1 » August 24th, 2011, 5:02 pm

all these guys posting vids about the GW5............these vids show capability which a good set of all terrains or mud terrain tyres can give.
what people are interested in is longevity and durability and will the agents for them continue to provide parts for these in the long run

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Rx » August 24th, 2011, 5:07 pm

give it 5yrs on our local roads THEN write a review

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby bootmee » February 27th, 2012, 11:33 pm


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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby champion » June 14th, 2012, 10:21 pm

watch nah it have rell idiots on trinituner when y hear them talk it make me wonder if they come out them mother bottom yes theyu stupid bad

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby K74T » June 14th, 2012, 11:18 pm

champion wrote:watch nah it have rell idiots on trinituner when y hear them talk it make me wonder if they come out them mother bottom yes theyu stupid bad


You're the champion idiot though :wink:

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Strauss » June 15th, 2012, 9:14 am

I like the looks.
Looks like no-BS tough like the Isuzu.

My only worry? They don't seem to last long on the roads. Just like Hyundia and Kia, you see plenty of them when they now come out then they all disappear. Whereas you still seeing older Toyota, Nissans and Mitsu's on the road.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby acesinghit » June 15th, 2012, 9:31 am

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Don't question the experts in 4x4 technology. A company who built its name with safety, quality, technology and design excellence.

Consider astonishing resale value and a total value proposition that will deliver a return on investment unmatched by any other pickup. There is none like the Hilux. Its not the fastest most powerful pickup out there but whether on the ranch/farm, offroads, at the grocery/hardware or simply at the beach, there is only HILUX.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby 1UZFE » June 15th, 2012, 9:33 am

d new Ranger looking rhel aggresive....

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Habit7 » June 15th, 2012, 9:34 am

acesinghit wrote:Consider astonishing resale value and a total value proposition that will deliver a return on investment unmatched by any other pickup. There is none like the Hilux. Its not the fastest most powerful pickup out there but whether on the ranch/farm, offroads, at the grocery/hardware or simply at the beach, there is only HILUX.

But what if you don't like the sensation of a gun being placed on your temple and asked to hand over the keys?

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Stephon. » June 15th, 2012, 9:36 am

Definitely nothing like the hilux, I love that within 18 months time it's time to buy a new engine. Rip.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby acesinghit » June 15th, 2012, 9:54 am

Habit7 wrote:
acesinghit wrote:Consider astonishing resale value and a total value proposition that will deliver a return on investment unmatched by any other pickup. There is none like the Hilux. Its not the fastest most powerful pickup out there but whether on the ranch/farm, offroads, at the grocery/hardware or simply at the beach, there is only HILUX.

But what if you don't like the sensation of a gun being placed on your temple and asked to hand over the keys?


It applies to all pickups except the ssang yong actyon, mahindra pik-up and the tata whateva. If people are in the market to purchase a pickup with resale value resembling that of a microwave oven then they might as well get the go now troy, flying, jac or the infamous GW wingle. After the project simply throw it away.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Habit7 » June 15th, 2012, 9:59 am

Well if I were to enter the pick-up truck scene, it would be under the VW brand.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby bootmee » June 22nd, 2012, 12:26 pm

acesinghit wrote:Image
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Don't question the experts in 4x4 technology. A company who built its name with safety, quality, technology and design excellence.

Consider astonishing resale value and a total value proposition that will deliver a return on investment unmatched by any other pickup. There is none like the Hilux. Its not the fastest most powerful pickup out there but whether on the ranch/farm, offroads, at the grocery/hardware or simply at the beach, there is only HILUX.




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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby MR-Lancer » July 10th, 2012, 5:51 pm

If u are buying a van to cruise down the highway u can buy a wingle.they drive smooth ,radio and ac are exceptional, any time u start to talk bout for off road projects,transporting men and tools, rough terrain forget it.these vehicles are really soft and break down really often for annoying simple things.

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Re: Great Wall Wingle 5

Postby Rory Phoulorie » July 10th, 2012, 6:17 pm

MR-Lancer wrote:. . . .any time u start to talk bout for off road projects,transporting men and tools, rough terrain forget it.these vehicles are really soft and break down really often for annoying simple things.


But 3/4 of the Japanese pickups will suffer the same fate under those conditions, not the Wingle alone.

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