Posted 04 July 2016 - 11:36 PM
I am a layman when it comes to car so just want to gather more opinions.
My budget, physique and driving habit prompts me to opt for these CUV.
I personally dont think there is a need to discuss the appearance of the car because one mans meat is another's poison.
So more cross examination about the above cars. :)
Posted 04 July 2016 - 11:44 PM
Vezel - technology, reliable, conformant
Vitara - unique, trendsetter, fun
CHR - efficient, practical,
Now that I've made my point, why not you start the ball rolling by sharing with us your insights and perhaps share more on What you are looking for in a car.
Which is a showstopper for you and what realm matters most?
Here are a few topics:
- Fuel efficiency
- looks (you mention subjective)
- operating and maintenance cost
- power and technology
- interior size
- boot size
- price and value
I hope expect you don't go MIA and just sit back and watch the thread grow.
Edited by Pocus, 04 July 2016 - 11:49 PM.
Posted 05 July 2016 - 12:07 AM
Boot space: Not major concern but must be able to load a few luggage la.
Interior size: Preferably higher car as I have abnormally long legs and long hours in sedan just doesnt feel comfy since I may be driving up North.
Reliability is a major factor for me.
I have faith in Japan brand and MIJ car is a plus
Vezel X: MIJ
Vitara : Hungary
T CH-R : ?
I think all 3 looks awesome to me and are Japan brand with great fuel efficiency.
And its all CUV so Im really stuck. Too bad pocket doesn't permits 3. Haha.
Posted 05 July 2016 - 09:37 AM
I just googled CH-R. Looks great.. When will it be coming to our shore?
Would really like to compare the specs and features.
You have drunk 10 cokes, and a jug of sarsi and I don't know how.
All you do is waddle, when the others run.
Eat a little less, play a little more.
You will find that life is a lot more fun than it was before.
Posted 05 July 2016 - 11:11 AM
Im 1.8m as but I have a short body.
When I sit down, my height is about the same as my 1.5m fiance. :( deformed. Haha.
Because of this, when I drive my Dad's Mazda 3 for 8 hours straight, it was nightmare as I have to continuously prop my body up. Both my legs and body was aching the day after.
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