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    Small Cars, Sport Cars, Off-Road, Road Trips

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  1. You can go for a Diesel Sportage, Tucson or a Sorento. Diesel engines will give you 10-12 km/l.
  2. Hi Experts, what’s the best Korean SUV based on comfert, fuel consumption, maintenance, practicality, fun to drive 1. Kia Sportage 2011 2L Diesel 2. Kia Sportage 2011 2L Petrol 3. Kia Sorento 2012 Diesel 4. Hyundai Tucson 2011 Diesel 5. Rexton 2008 Diesel You can add if I missed anything related to above categories ☺️☺️
  3. Thanks a lot, any thought on Harrier 2008 ish ?? 2.4 liter version
  4. Ma man, thank you very much for your valuable input !!!
  5. 7-9 km/l ??? Is it that bad with all SUV ? Better to save some money in fuel and repair the DCT once I face the trouble 😏 Thanks for the input mate
  6. I would love to drive a crossover. But does it always average under 8km/l ? No need of a 7 seater. Well my main concern is should be comfortable and should have a road presence for some extent. Driving pleasure is not that important since I am a uncle type driver 😁 once I was planning to go for a old BMW 320i with 140k in ODM just to have that feeling. But my friend stopped me saying all the possible trouble that I have to go through.
  7. Hi guys, Currently I use a Suzuki Swift and planning to upgrade to a new vehicle. My budget is 4-4.5 million. I have couple of options in my mind and confused what to buy. Need your support to get your idea on below models (Plusses and minuses, anything I should worry about). Toyota Allion 260 - MFY 2009 Hyundai Tucson 2011 (Petrol) Kia Sportage 2011 (Petrol) Toyota RAV4 2008 (Petrol) Honda Grace 2015 Honda Vezel 2014/2015 just looking for a comfortable & reliable vehicle where I drive around 1300 km per month (Mostly Outstation). Would be great if the car provides a good road presence as well. thanks in advance
  8. Renewed my insurance with Co-operative insurance for the 2nd time, they are ok
  9. Hi Guys, Recently I have seen some vehicles where the owners have attached some Japanese letter car styling thing in rear or front bumper. It looks like a new trend. What is it? Some feng- Shui thing??? From where do they buy that???
  10. Hi Guys, Do u have any experiences with Co-Operative Insurance ? Please Share
  11. One of my friend owns a Swift 2003, 110,000 km on the clock. The car is pretty comfertable and according my friend it does about 12 km/l in city area ( Not sure about his statement, bugger is obsessed with his car). And it gives you a pretty good ground clearance as well. He has not faced any spare parts issue so far.
  12. Thanks bro
  13. My father is obsessed with Toyota and all the Japanese cars. But is it that hard to maintain a Peugeot 406? Is there a significant difference between Peugeot 406 parts and Corolla 110 spares? I don't understand what's wrong with europ cars second hand market value in Sri Lanka.
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