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  1. The X-Trail seems a nice bargain for the price, starting around 5.4 million, but I'm aware about the gearbox issue. I mean can this issue be rectified permanently or it keeps popping up after every 30k-40k kms?

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    2. sathyajithj99

      sathyajithj99

      DCT is in both hybrid and gasoline models, so

    3. tiv

      tiv

      Well I have a friend of mine, got one of these in 2015, they own a large chain of vehicle dealerships here and have property In Japan, the facts being said as the vehicle was absolutely pristine off the factory, zero mileage, it was black and had all the autech kit as well, they ran the car in their garage plates until a special no was available, I can’t remember what it was, the fella put an infinity sound system as well , so it was not bought to be sold, but as soon as it was touching odd 10000km, they suddenly got rid of it, back then no one had experienced this issue and I was like why ? The fella told me it developed a gearbox issue and apparently the whole model had started issues in Japan, sad part is some poor chap got the end burden but to them business is business. Probably their warranty tried.

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      @tiv Thanks for your information mate. It’s just the low price and the road presence grabbed me. I heard about the gearbox issue earlier, but never thought that it would be as serious as this until reading some posts and your info. No wonder for their eye catching price tags😅 Reminds me of the Navara. Then got the chance to drive an Outlander gasoline version which had the Rockford Fosgate audio system. Man that’s the bomb! The sound system alone make me want the car so badly. When driving, it’s okay, but feels heavy and well planted, and absorbs most of the small potholes. But uneven surfaces gives a bit of jolt. Sadly the interior parts feel very cheap and brittle, but almost all the vehicles are PHEV so wouldn’t be a good decision for my weekend usage.

      @sathyajithj99 Both have CVT mate

  2. Why those DFCC owners are all alike? All of them are thinking that they own the best SUV in the world.:hah:

    1. □AVANTE□

      □AVANTE□

      What are you talking about? Ofc it's the best SUV in the world! But you have to learn to take the maximum benefit out of the CVT transmission as it is a very very unique, wakanda-level, technology, unlike normal automatic transmissions.

    2. vag2

      vag2

      looking for encouragements from others when they see little interior parts already falling off after the first 1000kms and  in order to justify wasting 6 million?

  3. RICE LEVEL?

    I think Basmathi level😅

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    2. matroska

      matroska

      hahahha crystal clear buddy :D 

    3. Magnum

      Magnum

      @matroska The number should have given you a clue :D

    4. matroska

      matroska

      @Magnum - yea it appeared after i inquired 😛 

  4. Saw an Axio Hybrid passing by, revving the engine...Man!! It sounds like a sewing machine🤣🤣🤣

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    2. iRage

      iRage

      Why on earth would you rev a Hybrid ?

      And how on earth does @hrm no what a cat getting electrocuted sounds like ? (strangely, I do not recall my father in laws car making any weird noises in the winter...damn..now I am going to be tormented by this till I find out....and winter is still a good 2 months away !)

    3. hrm

      hrm

      @iRage It's a loud meow sound (when the engine kicks in). Then suddenly it stops (cat dies :( )

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      I mean there is nothing left when you rev over 4000rpm... @hrm I recall what you say😂. When you start the car, engine comes to life and again, after sometime, the engine stops. And the cat thing is totally true😂. And one thing I recall...when the engines of the hybrids stop, the silencer makes a sound like farting:D

  5. Sometimes having thoughts to move onto a new Civic Hatch... Only reason that keeps me pulling away is the low ground clearance, which is a must for me:wacko:

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    2. □AVANTE□

      □AVANTE□

      @alpha17 95 on an allion is unnecessary right? Unless of course you are pumping that IOC stuff (i dont remember the name).

      Also, since it's now lower why not just slam or hellaflush that allion with some Modellista or similar body kit & add a twin turbo setup, an ECU chip & 650cc injectors along with hoosier drag radials and some brembo brakes. Just saying...

    3. iRage

      iRage

      You should know....driving around with worn out shocks is not only a safety hazard but can lead out to other components wearing out prematurely. It can even lead to interior bits starting to make little vibrations....

    4. Magnum

      Magnum

      I got like 100-120mm of ground clearance at the front of my Hiace and the front tyres are further away from the front bumper compared to a car. You get used to the lower ground clearance after a while, your driving style will change over time. For example, when you come to a start or end of a hill/slope you will get used to going over it at an angle and also start spotting the smoothest line to tackle it :D 

  6. Once in a while, an entertainer shows up in the forum saying how extraordinary a particular vehicle model is....There was Crisco Nihal, the kid who tried to sell his dad’s Cefiro and now this DFSK guy🤣🤣🤣 I really love to enter into conversation with those people🤣🤣Thanks for giving us enjoyment🤟🤟

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    2. matroska

      matroska

      Here's the Crisco thread if you're bored read this - comedy gold. This is from 2009 10 years ago... I joined the forum in 2012 if i remember and somehow someone mentioned this and was one of the first threads i read beginning to end. 

       PS: NOw I have a craving for some Krisco....dammit 😐 

    3. amsandun

      amsandun

      Quote

      Guys, its getting really tiring to see thread after thread, post after post of people asking about the fuel consumption of this and that car model.

      My advise is if you have to worry about how much your car is doing on gas, sell the bloody thing and take a bus!

      If not just look after your car properly, pump the specified fuel, stop pouring in all the muck you see at 3am on As Seen On TV in to you engine and just enjoy your vehicle.

      A 2-4 Km per liter difference will not make you a happier human being, especially when you are stuck in Colombo traffic during the school rush on a hot day with AC full on!

      Cars on SL roads average 6-12 Km/l if your car is within that range, shut up and drive.

      Like I said, if you have sleepless nights over this minor issue, sell the car and bus it!

      this comment by @VVTi on crisco nihal thread is the most valuable note for anyone looking for a car. If you love and value your ride and take good care of it, that's all that matters. Resale value, should it be a high priority, will hold reasonably irrespective of the fuel economy if the car is well taken care of and in good nick. Just my thought :)

      But the fun is unlimited all through the thread. :D  

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      I totally agree with you Avante about the Swift. I haven’t driven the your generation (what they used to call beetle model) but the older gen (jeep model😅) is driven frequently. Really fun to drive. Nimble and easy. I hope the newer one is miles better than those mainstream Toyotas to “drive”.

  7. What the hell is wrong with Toyota now!!!??? They’re trying to make luxo barges like Lexus LS sportier, while letting the Supra to be designed by the BMW. What a shame!!!

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    2. □AVANTE□

      □AVANTE□

      Well anyhow the supra is still the sportiest one compared to the LS anyday

    3. ajm

      ajm

      without cost-sharing synergies, they cant afford the development cost of rare models. If the Supra was inhouse developed, would cost many times more!

    4. iRage

      iRage

      Well...there always have been sportier barges...nothing new....A lot of people think the Supra was Toyota's flagship car  that showcased Toyota's engineering prowess. Not true ! What the Supra was was Toyota's flagship sports car...the big kahuna on top of the speed chain.

      The Supra has always been built with borrowed parts...and from guess what !!! ??? luxo barges ! During the first generations the parts came from cars like the sportier Carina, Mark II, etc....then with the Mark IV Supra...even the much loved 2JZ-GTE was actually designed for the Aristo (to compete in JTCC)...so Supra has always been a borrowed tech car and what truly showcased Toyota's engineering capabilities were the barges. The only exception is the LFA where the LFA was Toyota's halo car.  The way they have mapped out the DNA for the current cars is the LFA is the Halo car and the Lexus brand borrow things form that....in the case of the standard Toyota line...the root of the DNA strand starts with the Le Mans winning Hybrid car.

      As for cars becoming sportier....well..Toyota's focus has always been to build average cars....they are not exciting nor are they very awe inspiring. However..with just a small tweak in a few small things (lie putting a strut bar or a few more weld points) the car takes on a completely different characteristic.

  8. Is there any difference between Japan made and Indo made tires from the same manufacturer? Indo/Thai ones are around 2500 cheaper than the japan variants.

  9. Drove the new Mitsu Eclipse Cross and I’m amazed by the balance between comfort and handling. Certainly comfortable as a car, while being sporty enough to rocket out the corners. Highly recommend over the Honda CRV. The turbocharged 1500cc is much more livelier than what you get in the CRV. Only downside is the fuel economy which is around 12kmpl during long runs and 6-7 round the town.

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    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @Hyaenidae you got that😅

    3. Hyaenidae

      Hyaenidae

      @alpha17 The hype is real

       

    4. tiv

      tiv

      It is more or less a car 

  10. Have noticed that newer Honda models are a bit hesitant at the start of a a bit steep hill climb(road to my house). All the DCT models struggles to find a gear and sometimes almost stops. So I thought that the problem might be the DCT system is a bit late to engage or troubles to find the right gear. When I drove the new 1.5 Turbo CRV, same thing happened even with no passengers, where even the 1000cc Vitz climbs easily. Once drove an ES5 but didn’t notice that issue.

  11. Has anyone used Rakuten Global to bring down parts to SL?How is it?

    1. Magnum

      Magnum

      From what I'm aware of Japanese online sellers generally use an expensive shipping agent hence your shipping cost would be high and they wouldn't undervalue the product like Chinese sellers, so if there is a customs tax involved, it would be high as well.

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @Magnum I have to bring down door mirror puddle lamps and they cost about 11000yen. So I’ll try another way

    3. Magnum

      Magnum

      There must be a shipping cost calculator. I once ordered a paint touch pen from Japan through eBay and I remember the seller used an expensive and fast courier. 

  12. Today drove a 2018 WagonR and I’m really impressed about the improvement from the previous generation. Previous one indicated some hesitation when starting to climb a hill, but this one did it like a breeze(still the engine cries).Also the engine is tuned to give better low end power in order to cruise around 40-60kmph reducing that pathetic engine crying. The engine is now able to build up the speed much faster. Another major improvement is the comfor. The seats are now way more softer and when travelling on a bad road, your bottom will feel less bumps and jolts. The looks of the exterior and the center placed speedo really looks awful for me.

    1. matroska

      matroska

      Hate the colors on the speedo - looks like a job done by an apprentice at some local graphic design shop. Overall the new gen IS better than the previous - decent space, pickup and relative comfort for a tiny car - a generally decent package for the price you pay and that size is suited ideal for a our crappy tiny roads so it's an obvious hit. 

       

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @matroska yeah mate. I agree about the speedo😁. Only thing that has been destroyed is the look. I cant stand the rear end look and the fz version’s front end look🤢

  13. Toyota US had brought a Toyota Crown to let the US people do some test driving(few years ago) and reviewers had described the Crown as a Japanese Cadillac. Most reviews had praised about it’s comfort levels.How is it compared to Euros? Any experiences?Really like to drive one😁

    link https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.businessinsider.com/review-toyotas-crown-royal-saloon-hybrid-2013-8

  14. I’m really impressed about the fuel consumption of the Allion A15.Yeasterday had a journey to Anuradhapura through Matale and returned through Ella(340km) and It cost me only Rs.2700 using 95 octane.So the car had done closer to 19 kmpl which is kind of impressive for a car that weights 1.2tonnes plus 3 grown up people and using AC all the time.As I remember my 121 did around 15-16 for the same route.

    1. iRage

      iRage

      Well...on outstation runs that probably is the upper end of what it would average (with no highway runs). The RAV4 does about 13-14 on a similar run. The 121 on the other hand..well the transmission type would play a difference, plus the 121 would have had a bit more wear and tear...and also newer engines tweaks and tech do add towards fuel efficiency.

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      The compression ratio is 11:1 as opposed to the 2012 model while having 1 hp less and 4Nm less torque

  15. Finally she’s here😁Thanking all the members who helped me in various ways💪

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    2. Hyaenidae

      Hyaenidae

      @alpha17 apparently the  1.6L Z6 engine makes 105hp  and the 1NZ-FE makes 109hp... so you might have felt the extra 4 horses in addition to the CVT :D

      Looking forward to the ownership thread btw. Did you find someone to restore the silver trim panels yet?

    3. alpha17

      alpha17

      @Hyaenidae not yet mate.I’m a bit busy these days.The owner also had no time to fix the doors’ fabric upholstery.So I plan to visit Lal Cushion works to fix that.Also PreseaLover gave me the contact number of a known painter.Still I’m finding for a specialized place for these kinds of repairs.Plan to fix all of them before New Year😁

    4. pug306xsi

      pug306xsi

      Nice and clean!

  16. 🛑HELP WANTED ASAP!!!🛑I need a good quality place to paint the interior silver panels ASAP.Please share if anyone knows.Cheers

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    2. Magnum

      Magnum

      What silver interior parts you guys are referring to? If I remember right 26 series Allion/Premio came with beige or black interior with wooden panels

    3. alpha17

      alpha17

      @Magnum no machan there are few silver insertings.The multifunction button panel is silver.The door’s inner handle is silver.Most of them tend to wear out faster. @RuslanThere was one place advertised in fb and I went there after calling.They said that it’s the same part I wanted.But when I got there it was the chrome door opening handle.Best thing to do is repainting them.I checked with few other shops and most of them said they are not available.The thing is when I went to inspect a car in a car sale,with a mileage of 79000km(probably done more),all those silver insertings were perfect.It should have been repainted.

    4. Ruslan

      Ruslan

      I Remember once, one of my Friends Yaris Center Console which is the same color (Grey), Toyota lanka Painted it for FoF when he was doing an Accident repair.

  17. When I advertised my car for sale,on different days,different people came for inspecting it,but around 5 of them came particularly from a one area.All of them quoted an extremely low price for the car.Everyone quoted the same price.None of them inspected the maintainence records or documents.Even without taking the car for a trial...So I thought that the value might have been reduced.But when I checked,my expected price is average,but not much high.But those particular set of people came from the same area on different days quoting the same price made me think that there is something like a hideous buying mafia is going on...Yesterday a bugger came acting like a very truthful person and told that he sold his Axio to open a new shop and therefore he only got one and a half lakh less than my expected price(which is the same price all of them quoted).That bugger acted like a very innocent gentleman...This made me realize that one gang is trying to buy the car for a very low price to sell it again.Most probably it is the reason for not inspecting the records.

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    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @hrmnope mate.mawanella

    3. Hyaenidae

      Hyaenidae

      So, is it sold yet?

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      Not yet mate.I only advertised it on internet(not in the quick sale site)I’m not in much of a hurry becuase the Allion owner asked for a few weeks to give it a good interior cleaning since he is very busy, and also I have 3 long trips (two of them are weddings) to do during next week.If I hurry I will have to borrow someone’s car and I usually don’t like that.So I plan to advertise it on paper next sunday.

  18. What is the ceramic coat for paint?Is it worth to do it for a dark colored car? or is it another useless product?Because road from my house to the main street has 'iluk' bushes on both sides one friend of mine told me that they leave scratch marks on the paint.

    1. matroska

      matroska

      ok since I foolishly posted an FB vid link above my reply got blocked out so i'm typing this again : 

      it's basically like a persistent wax layer that will hang around for some time. Will offer you basic protection from sun, bird poop , tree sap, paint dots (in case your neighbor decided to paint his wall )  and stuff like that for scratches not a lot of protection but to a small extent yes. also it's water-repellent  Those darned bushes - they've already left their marks on my car within days of buying it    cars and trees are really not friends are they?

       

      and here's the youtube vid of the same FB vid 

       

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @matroskathanks mate for the video and the description.I should also do it.Where can I get it done?

    3. matroska

      matroska

      there are many places  offering differing types of protection - drop me a  PM 

  19. Should I share my 7 years experience of Corolla 121? I think it would be helpful for everyone who plans to own one.Share your opinions guys.

    1. Davy

      Davy

      Everyone is encouraged to post reviews of their cars given that they are honest and unbiased. Given that you have used the car for a long time and have first hand experience, you may have valuable information others would find helpful. So please go ahead. 

    2. matroska

      matroska

      Yes Please! It's still a national favorite 🙂 

  20. OPINIONS WANTED ASAP.I gave up the idea of moving to a new car for a few months.But suddenly a relation of mine said that he is going to sell his 2013 Allion due to the reason that he bought the new Eclipse Cross for the permit.The car was very well maintained with KW plates imported on permit,in Maroon colour.Not met with any kind of accidents.G plus package.Only problem is that it had done 110000km.The running is almost based on highway and around colombo with good maintainence and he is quoting around 5million.For me he would most likely to reduce the price a bit.I know I have to stretch my budget to the extreme for that,but the car is in good condition.He said that he did repared the AC and an interior cleaning is needed,since he has two kids.Does it seems to be a good bargain?Sometimes he is likely to reduce the price further.Should I grab or let it go?Since he is very famous around the family for maintaining cars very well,I’m a bit hesitant to let it go😐

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    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      Yup this is the 1.5 version.I always wanted a 1.8.But 1.8 version seems to be extinct in the 2013+ models.Only seen a 2011 A18 so far.

      I will definietely consider about the strut bars mate when I bring her home🤗

    3. iRage

      iRage

      Well...thanks to our lovely import tax structure...many 1.8++L did not come to the country. SO if you do not see 2013+ 1.8L variants, its probably because it didn't make sense for anyone to bring them during the period :D Like right now...wouldn't bringing down a 1.8L Allion be ridiculously pricey ?

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      Yup mate the 1.8 Allion in SL will cost equal to the S class in USA🤦🏻‍♂️

  21. Went to inspect a 2007 Allion near Colombo. When I saw the ad from a sale site and called, the owner said he is the registered second owner, with genuine mileage 93000km, service records with 100% condition. Then came to know that he and I had graduated from the same university, same year batch. Then without hesitation today I went to inspect it with a friend. Man oh man!!! The car has been fully painted from a makabass. Therefore the paint is like "hodi gala wage". Even the front left side had met with an accident and the signs can clearly be seen. Engine had oil dripping marks.The car took so long to start due to bad battery. Went on a test drive. Bad hub razors,brake problems,so and so...So disappointed...Then left the place thinking how good is my current ride.

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    2. matroska

      matroska

      :D it all depends on what your expectations are I guess - you'd be surprised to know that there are 2018 cars that cost about 6 miilon where you have to twist the key to start it - I kid you not!

       

    3. alpha17

      alpha17

      @matroska yeah I know mate that even some land cruiser do. Anyway I’ll wait and try to persuade my father’s friend to sell his Luxel or search patiently till a good allion shows up for sale

    4. Magnum

      Magnum

      I was in the hunt for an Allion sometime back, some of the cars I came across were appalling. Their interior condition was worse than my '92 Bluebird.

  22. Went to inspect 3 Allions(2-2007 240 and one 260 1800cc)and a Mazda 3. Actually they are from car sales. One 240 has met with an accident and the comples nose cut have been replaced(i noticed),but quoting 3.9million. That particular car had a problem with idling since the car rapidly changes the rpm. The not a single car justified the price. Mileages have been tampered for sure, but none had a pleasant interior. Even the 260 has developped a funges on the back seats and arm rests, which is a sign that the car has been sitting there for a long time. After inspecting, getting inside my car gave me a sigh of relief. My good old 121 had a better condition than all of them but anyway I’m going to find a 260 allion patiently. 

    I have never driven a Mazda 3. So there was one which had a decent interior, and the engine was well tuned exhausting water drops. So I drove it. I expected more from a Mazda.overall the car is not smooth or comfortable as a Corolla, but felt well planted and heavy.The steering has a weight and a feel but overall I think the car lacks refinement and comfort levels I expect. I floored it and the engine loves to rev and shifts quickly, but lacks a punch. Overall I felt I was cramped inside and Hondas felt better. That’s maybe the car may not be in perfect condition, but I don’t know...The Mazda 3 doesn’t rang any bell for me😐I know the Mazda 3 has been praised everywhere for its sportiness, but I think there are 2 major reasons for this.Either the car is not in a mechanically good condition or my mind prefers the numb and smooth Toyota ride😅

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    2. hrm

      hrm

      Try to buy from a genuine registered owner. You would find all sorts of crooks with Allions especially the mudalalis.

       

    3. alpha17

      alpha17

      @hrmI’m not in a hurry, so ready to wait for another 6-7 months to grab a good one. This selling craze started because one of my father’s closest friend owned an Axio Luxel Alpha edition,which is personally imported and used carefully told me that he is going to sell his car and go for a hilux. But he was not ready to spend over 4.8 million. Due to lack of good examples, his idea changed for a vezel and almost all the people told him about the dual clutch as a “major fault” which caused him to keep his current car. So I had to go through a very hard time, since the car was advertised and 3 buyers were ready to purchase it. He might not sell it for about another couple of years. Since my budget allows me to go for a new ride, I kept finding a car eversince

    4. hrm

      hrm

      Yeah patience is the best thing. But if you spot a good one you have to hurry as a sale bayya would grab before everyone else. When I bought my car there was a tug of war where I knew the car is genuine. Owner being a good guy didn't accept my advance payment due to some other guy had made an offer. I offered more but the thing went on for couple of days until owner found out the other person is a car sale guy so I was given the chance. Good ones sell out soon. Lemons remain for months.

  23. For a few days, I've been thinking whether to go for an Allion/Premio or Civic fd1. Finally settled my mind on an Allion due to 3 main factors, Ground Clearance, Comfort and Reselling. I know I have to forget about driving pleasure totally. Anyway Ground clearance is a major concern as most of the new cars like fit,aqua touches the floor when entering to our house premises.

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    2. Magnum

      Magnum

      @alpha17 Driving on bad roads and village areas are bit of a challenge :D

      @Hyaenidae Could be one as well :P

    3. MNI

      MNI

      Did you buy it recently what was the price ofAllion  260

    4. alpha17

      alpha17

      @MNI Nope mate. Due to the lack of good samples I'm being patient and waiting. Ready to wait anytime till I get my hands on a well maintained one in good condition for less than 4.5 million, or till my budget expands to 5 million. I know that there are only a handful number of vehicles which fits my criteria, since I want a 1 or 2 owned, less than 120000 kms done with records(less than 100000 kms if possible:D), G Grade one (since there are only two grades in  2007 Allion 1.5 and 1.8; base grade and G grade. This can easily be identified by the meter panel),prefer 1.5 or 1.8 (again 1.8 is preferred if possible:D). Exterior colour and interior colour is not a major concern, but can't stand that bright red:action-smiley-012:. I know I have to wait for a pretty long time:rolleyes:

  24. Today,another 2016 manufactured Premio owned by a relation which was sold in May 2018 is in the quick sale site’s classified.The car had done well over 40k kms when it was sold and now, advertised as 33k kms🤣🤣🤣🤣Now it has become like “mileage tampering is the new sexy”🤢🤢🤢

    1. matroska

      matroska

      There's a car sale in Mount who post ads on both AL and the quick site - you can see the red/black paving stones in each of their pictures  and they also cover car seats in polythene. What is funny is ALL their cars have mileage of either 68,000 and 69,000 you can see they have two FD4's now and they both have 69,000 mileage. 

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      @matroska i saw them already bro😅😅😅they want to make the cars look like they’re new...I exactly remember the fd4 and their 69000 km mileages🤣🤣🤣🤣

  25. Two fools came to inspect my car and did these:Starting and seeing whether the smoke is coming out,Saying AC is not cooling when I had set the temperature to 26celcius,Saying that seats have been replaced because they are extremely clean(i used seat covers all the time),saying that the car have been polished by previous owner(i bought it in 2012).Those fools said that they were from an insuarance company.I had to control myself a lot:angry-smiley-030:

    1. iRage

      iRage

      Damn ! must be one hell of a polish to last all this time...what do you use :) ? but uhh...so polishing the car is a bad thing ? Oh wait...were they being sarcastic and trying to hint to you that the car is dirty ?

      Once I had an idiot put his foot on the exhaust tip to stop the air flow to see if there were any leaks....fair enough you say ? The bugger put his foot on it after I drove the car. Could see the guys face turn red in pain but trying to hide it with a look of "pora cool"-ness :D

    2. alpha17

      alpha17

      I didn’t use any polish,but just regular wash without using any teepol.I remember I did a waxing few years ago.

      Oh man the way of inspecting leaks in exhaust🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣typical b310,dx wagon buyers.They just wanted to show me that they knows everything about cars

    3. Magnum

      Magnum

      Once a buyer visited one of my friend's car sale and he was claiming that a Suzuki Every van he was interested is five door and just low hence no second market.

      Little he knew that all Suzuki Every vans are five door and there's no just low model in it :D 

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