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  1. I happened to browse upon a link about LTA is calling a surprise industry-wide meeting with motor traders, sparking speculation that it will announce more changes to the COE system... http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/article.php?AID=9537 In view of the high cost of owning a private car, anyone has thought of buying a commercial car. What are the pros & cons? Any idea which make/model is suitable for ferrying passengers (7-8 seaters) as well as carrying goods?
  2. StevenTan_160358

    Peugeot Partner

    Hi, Just to check, if there is any one here that drives a Peugeot Partner?? I'm driving a partner model 2015, and I do not have any good experience with them. anyone here has any good or bad experience to share? In a nutshell, got my ride in dec and it's been 7 times that i have been to the workshop to resolve the same issues. and yes, same issues dont get resolve. issues are not critical, but i wonder how many times do i have to visit them. the vehicle is good to drive but it seems that servicing is pale in comparison. original intention is to buy a 5008, but i think i should just keep my money till my view changes.
  3. Intending to get a small commercial vehicle for my courier business Can anyone driving a toyota liteace share with me what is the fuel consumption? Is this the best economical van? was intending to get a smaller capacity van but seems like no other good choice
  4. I would like to highlight my case. Last Saturday, I went to Khatib Central to pick up my wife after she has completed her CNY shopping. My brother borrowed my car so I had to drive my L200. It had a height of 1.95m (after installation of airport light beacons for use in within Changi Airport), i was not able to enter the MSCP located at Blk 848A as it had a height limit of 1.8m. To make matters worse, there were no space to park at the roadside or the loading & unloading lots as the road itself was congested. Thus I did not have a choice but to park at the Season Parking Lot located at Level 1 as its height limit is 2.15m. I came back to my vehicle with my wife to realise that I have received a fine and when i got home i proceed to file an appeal. I am ok to have my appeal rejected but the grounds that it had been rejected is rather lacking in common sense. It was due to the fact that there is people complaining. If it was like you are a repeat offender or your vehicle is below 1.8m you can definitely park at the MSCP, i still can accept it. I can't park anywhere else and I cant possibly ram through the height limit gantry and damage HDB's property. From now on, I will go on foot to Khatib Central but I hope that public servants can solve problems like renovating the carpark to solve the parking problem and not resort to summons. A smart society solves the problem at the root not at the ends. I have since paid my fine
  5. SYF77

    VW celebrates 30 Years of the Caddy

    Volkswagen has released the Edition 30 Caddy, the brand's light commercial vehicle, to commemorate its 30th year in production this year. The external changes of the Caddy Edition 30 include gloss black roof, fog lights, roof rails, twin halogen headlights, painted bumpers and 17-inch Budapest alloy wheels with black highlights. 'Edition 30' logo can be found on the dual sliding doors, rear end and door sills. On the inside, the special edition receives two-tone Alcantara upholstery, a leather steering wheel and climate control. Other goodies include an upgraded RCD 310 radio/CD unit, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors. The compact van is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine which is capable of 138bhp. The manual version completes the century sprint in 10 seconds while the six-speed DSG model takes just 0.1 seconds longer. The DSG-equipped Caddy returns a combined fuel consumption of 6.5 litres per 100km.
  6. FaezClutchless

    All systems go for the MINI Clubvan

    Earlier this year in January, MINI announced its plans to revive the MINI Van and showcased the vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show. The car will be based on the MINI Clubman and the company called it the MINI Cargo. At that time, there were no photos or rendered images on how the car would look like. Just before the above mentioned auto show began, MINI showed images of the car and they also changed the name to the MINI Clubvan. Initially, the company stated that the MINI Clubvan will only be a concept and they have no immediate plans to put the vehicle into production. It is during auto exhibitions where many automakers gauge public reaction to a certain new offering before deciding whether it will go into production. In this case, MINI used the recent Geneva Motor Show to see how popular their MINI Clubvan was. And it appears that the public fully approves it and MINI will enter the Clubvan into production. The MINI Clubvan is hugely based on the Clubman
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