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  1. Hyaenidae

    Qashqai, CHR, Vezel, Peugeot 3008

    It will literally Cash เถšเถบเท’... (provided both vehicles share the same gearbox)
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    ## Post Whoring - Part 3 ##

    IKR ๐Ÿ˜‚
  3. Hyaenidae

    ## Post Whoring - Part 3 ##

    How about this one? Read the comments section too:
  4. Hyaenidae

    Nissan Cefiro Uncovered

    @PreseaLover The car looks mighty fine mate! Congrats! It looks even better than the Presea (to me anyway.) Does the driver's side door have a color mismatch? Maybe it's the camera angle... I still think you should open a dedicated thread for the car
  5. Hyaenidae

    "Honda Civic 2017 (Gen X) 1.5L Turbo"

    1.8L though. But this has run almost 700k kms! Not bad for a turbocharged car.
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    "Honda Civic 2017 (Gen X) 1.5L Turbo"

    How much did it cost for a lube change (5k kms service) of the M6 at the agent?
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    "Honda Civic 2017 (Gen X) 1.5L Turbo"

    They would cost more than the authorized agents of the Japanese brands ๐Ÿ˜…
  8. Hyaenidae

    Buying a car

    The newest Jap sedan car I could think of that fits your budget is the Suzuki Liana. You might be able to find a 2004-2005 one for your budget. Try the Lancer CS1 too, though they're going for 2 mil+
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    Micro Geely MX7

    It's not that bad, I mean any unhacked jap car would be a better alternative to it but it's not a massive failure like the Chery QQ. One of my relatives owns one, after 60k kms it's still mechanically sound but it looks like it's 15 years old and has run 200k kms - paint is fading, rust spots are forming here and there and plastics are rotting away. I've seen old Lancer box models from 20th century that have maintained their novelty than that 2013 MX7 PS: Driving it is a real pain if you're not used to it - the clutch catches really high up the pedal, not sure if every mx7 is the same
  10. Hyaenidae

    Rat protection devices for vehicles

    Quite effective but they contain Brodifacoum which remains potent inside the dead rat for around 4-5 months... Moreover, it kills the rat slowly and it dies in pain. Quoted from Wikipedia: Brodifacoum is a highly lethal 4-hydroxycoumarin vitamin K antagonist anticoagulant poison. Anticoagulants are defined as chronic (death occurs one to two weeks after ingestion of the lethal dose, rarely sooner), single-dose (second generation) or multiple-dose (first generation) rodenticides, acting by effective blocking of the vitamin K cycle, resulting in an inability to produce essential blood-clotting factors. In addition to this specific metabolic disruption, massive toxic doses of 4-hydroxycoumarin anticoagulants cause damage to tiny blood vessels (capillaries), increasing their permeability, causing internal bleeding. These effects are gradual, developing over several days. In the final phase of the intoxication, the exhausted rodent collapses due to hemorrhagic shock or severe anemia and dies calmly. The question of whether the use of these rodenticides can be considered humane has been raised.
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    Rat protection devices for vehicles

    Well, use this then. https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-GENUINE-HONDA-ACURA-RODENT-RAT-MICE-MOUSE-PROOF-ELECTRICAL-TAPE-4019-2317-/291726407330
  12. It's priced for 4.5mil and says "negotiable". I think that price is quite fair for that car
  13. That's what I was saying too - there are such hidden gems and this could be one - so OP should go take a look
  14. Last 2 maintenance records of my Lancer... 6 months, 1358 kms