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frozted12 26-07-2020 08:31 PM

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Originally Posted by SuperClubby (Post 128656009)
SG don't really need 4WD/AWD, good tyres matter the most. :s13:

Well subjective i guess... But nice to hv esp freq driving up north.

crazythen 25-10-2020 11:58 PM

After 3-4 months of hoping for COE to ‘crash’ in the ‘worst’ recession ever, finally decided to lock in for CX5. Fingers crossed to get the COE.

Kia7200 26-10-2020 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by crazythen (Post 130471755)
After 3-4 months of hoping for COE to ‘crash’ in the ‘worst’ recession ever, finally decided to lock in for CX5. Fingers crossed to get the COE.

Do u know nov20 to jan21 the cat b quota will increase more than 10%?

batniss 26-10-2020 12:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Kia7200 (Post 130471809)
Do u know nov20 to jan21 the cat b quota will increase more than 10%?

Mazda might be happy. Extra profits :)

crazythen 26-10-2020 07:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Kia7200 (Post 130471809)
Do u know nov20 to jan21 the cat b quota will increase more than 10%?

Couldn’t wait any longer. Tried every mean at my disposal to outplay LTA - looking at stats, COE dereg, unused CB quota, month to month demand, showroom litmus test, job losses, used car demand, recession and economics stats. Smlj techno-ecometric modelling also preformed d... but COE demand cont to be ‘stable’. SIA A380 Restaurant sold out; Forrett at bukit Timah 60% gone 1 weekend. Reality hits to know my place in the society.

colin03 26-10-2020 08:53 AM

Agreed, AWD or 4WD are much better in traction compared to FWD.
Only petrol will be slightly higher.
I drove all 3 types transmission B4.

Subaru AWD is consider reasonable under such transmission.

JAson1980 26-10-2020 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by crazythen (Post 130471755)
After 3-4 months of hoping for COE to ‘crash’ in the ‘worst’ recession ever, finally decided to lock in for CX5. Fingers crossed to get the COE.


Bro, i signed for the CX-5 yesterday also. The SE offered me immediate registration because they have Red Standard plus in stock and they have open cat COE on hand. Should be collecting first week Nov.

myviowner 26-10-2020 01:18 PM

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Originally Posted by JAson1980 (Post 130478193)
Bro, i signed for the CX-5 yesterday also. The SE offered me immediate registration because they have Red Standard plus in stock and they have open cat COE on hand. Should be collecting first week Nov.

You are one of example not affected by recession. Good for you.
Enjy your ride!

JAson1980 27-10-2020 12:30 PM

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Originally Posted by myviowner (Post 130478888)
You are one of example not affected by recession. Good for you.
Enjy your ride!


No leh, bo pian, old car to trade in.

spurman 28-10-2020 09:17 AM

Interior actually very important. U sit in everyday then looking at the exterior mah.

Cx5 is has one of the plushier interior though its getting a tad dated. But the interior is more posh. Uses more quality materials and seems much more well build.

Forester was the most value for money this cat of suv.

Hello@90 12-11-2020 12:36 AM

Most value for money but Forester drink petrol 😥😥😥. Its the only reason that is stopping me from buying one.

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Originally Posted by spurman (Post 130513479)
Interior actually very important. U sit in everyday then looking at the exterior mah.

Cx5 is has one of the plushier interior though its getting a tad dated. But the interior is more posh. Uses more quality materials and seems much more well build.

Forester was the most value for money this cat of suv.


mel1888 12-11-2020 06:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Hello@90 (Post 130795214)
Most value for money but Forester drink petrol 😥😥😥. Its the only reason that is stopping me from buying one.

True if it was the ole version, new one is like other SUV.

Hello@90 12-11-2020 03:06 PM

From which model onwards? Any idea what’s the average FC for the new model?

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Originally Posted by mel1888 (Post 130796463)
True if it was the ole version, new one is like other SUV.


mel1888 12-11-2020 06:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Hello@90 (Post 130804046)
From which model onwards? Any idea what’s the average FC for the new model?

2019 SK. Abt 8-9 ish per 100 kmh.
Then again, depends on driver's foot?

Shutterbox 12-11-2020 06:26 PM

Why so worry FC?
Unless u drive to tan jiak, just drive n have fun la


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