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Re: Good & bad of this car
Pros - Higher gas mileage, Interior quality, Access-door power windows, Sonar park assist, Body/suspension choices, Remote-start option. Cons - Curtain airbags not standard, Stability system not standard, Few innovations.
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wider tyres use more fuel, are prone to aqua-plaining in the wet and are a dam site more expensive to replace. there may be problems with hitting the mudguard edge on turns or hitting body work on turns. On the pro side there is better grip on dry road because of the bigger foot print, larger range of wheels available , better drive-ability at speed.
basically it will be what you want as the pros and cons are about equal. The biggest con is the loss of traction in the wet which is a real meanicing drawback in the rain/snow/ice
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i have been following avensis even before it came to existence, i mean to say i owned a toyota carina diesel td, before then an avensis 2002 first generation and now avensis second generation 2008 and all of them were diesel.
i found carina and avensis gen 1 to be easily manageable and easy to replace daily parts like lights and engine parts. i got impressed with carina thats why i bought avensis both are brilliant cars with minimal hokus pokus and focus being on the engine and long running machines with very or no visits to garage. due to change in environment laws and advancement in technology, the latest avensis is much more quiet, effective and runs very good , still toyota has kept it simple when it comes to interior and outlook, but the engine of the avensis has become more effective and powerful and also smooth.
few things to keep in mind is that that gen 2 avensis has egr and diesel particulate filter, these can clogged if the avensis is driven less and short tours, in my case this is not the problem. i already have spare diesel particulate filter and turbo with me bought on internet, in case it goes wrong. would like to mention that a friend of mine have mercedes and the dealer has advised him to drive on a long tour every year for over 180km to keep the engine from dying.
so this problem is not just related to avensis.
here are the pros and cons
2. few visits to garage.
3. good mileage around 16 to 18 km pr litre
4. big trunk room
5. small to big family requirement is fulfilled
6. nice on long routes
1. simple design with no first class interior
so as you see the pros are more than cons and hence making it the first choice
Owning a Jeep is awesome if you are the adventure type person (or even if you are not). Some of the cons would be comfort as the ride could be a little rough and off course if you like speeding it is not for you. Overall, once you own one, you will always have a Jeep.
Hmmmm, well the car sounds good. I would weigh the pros and cons. Look at what your going to spend to have it repaired and compare it to what it will cost you for another car that may need something down the road (like the one you already own). If the car was on its way out then I would of said, "try again". Well good-luck, let me know what you decided to do.
Some people would say no, some would say yes. Some, like me would say no. The choice is up to you. If you change your oil regularly, you should never have a problem with the bottom of your engine. Or the top either for that matter,. Some people get started with synthetic and never stop. I have heard pros and cons about it. I used before, and I use it in my bike. The stuff is slippery. The weight you chose is good for hot weather, winter time might call for 5w30. One of the bad things about it is, it doesn't break down like conventional oil. I don't know if that is good or bad. I'll let you decide. Hope this helps.
there smiple to do just watch how u take them apart then put them back it will help if get a pal thats good with brakes to help u let u do them just look and make sure u doing it right thats how i learned
with my dad at 15 good luck
The VVT-i will outperform a car without it. ANY car with variable valve timing is a PLUS. Under hard acceleration, the duration of the valve opening timing changes, this results in a bit more power. Then, at idle.easy acceleratin, they change again. They continously change, depending on your driving...it "Learns", your driving...that is the " i " part in VVT-i.
Varible Valve TIming (with) intelligence". It's a good thing.
Though the CLK may not carve up the turns,it does a decent job, but I felt it excelled in driving comfort over NJ **** roads. I do a lot of highway driving and prefer comfort plus I get up to 27mpg going nicley above 65mph.