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  1. Dear iRage, do i need to worry about this rear diff thing if i am buying a 4WD one?
  2. Dear kush, Thank you. So what i understood is something like this. Correct me if i am wrong pls. There are three 4th gen crvs commonly available in SL. 1. With 4WD badge - Agent imported CRV. 2.0L 5 speed torque converter auto 2. With AWD badge - JDM 2.4 L with 5 speed torque converter auto 3. With FWD badge - JDM 2.0L with CVT I think my beat option would be the first one (with 4WD badge) as it is agent imported for permit holders (if it is with good maintenance history) as iRage told
  3. Dear IRage, Thank you for the descriptive comment. I was thinking of importing 2018 chr g-t. Well I am not that concerned about newer safety features and gadgets that chr offers. And the funcky look made me bit worried too. My other concern is resell value as i am planning of selling it within 2 - 3 years. True the market chages rapidly . But what will be my best option among these two when it comes to reselling? One further question. Most 4th gen crvs available in SL, i have seen '4wd' badge on the back right side. Is this AWD?. How to identify FWD option.
  4. Hi All, I am planning to buy a SUV crossover / SUV in coming months. I am thinking of 2013/14 CRV or a 2018 CHR G-T. I may drive this vehicle for about 2 - 3 yrs(i will be selling the vehicle on 2022 or 2023). My priorities of buying are · Less repairs (2013/14 CRV will have some repairs. But I heard it is reliable and may not have major issues) · Reselling market value · My budget would be 6-6.5 million LKR I am not very much concerned about fuel efficiency. Appreciate your valuable ideas on this.
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