Thursday, November 13, 2014

UPDATED: 2015 Ford Everest: This is It


UPDATE 4: See the Philippine specs, models, and prices here (05/19/2015).

UPDATE 3: The ASEAN model has been launched (03/25/2015).

UPDATE 2: We included the fact sheets of the all-new Ford Everest here (11/14/2014).

UPDATE 1: We included the official press release after the break (11/14/2014).

After countless teasing, the all-new production Ford Everest has finally been revealed and it’s undoubtedly going to be the benchmark by which every mid-sized SUV would be measured against. Built from the ground up to be a smart, rugged, and refined SUV, the all-new Everest promises to blend rugged off-road capability with exceptional on-road ride quality and dynamic handling.

Engineered to tackle the most inhospitable environments, the all-new Everest is deemed to be “one of the toughest” in its segment with exceptional torsional strength. It features a new intelligent four-wheel drive system, an active transfer case with Torque on Demand, and Terrain Management System (ala Ford Explorer). It features a 225-mm ground clearance and 800-mm water wading capability. Underneath, the Everest uses front and rear coils spring suspension with a Watt’s linkage at the back. This gives it a comfortable and stable ride while returning agile and predictable handling.


The 2015 Ford Everest wears the brand’s newest design DNA with the inverted trapezoidal grille. The muscular hood, integrated headlamps with signature LED daytime running lights, and bulbous bumpers contribute in creating a visually strong SUV. At the back, it features LED tail lamps. Integrated aerodynamic elements such as “kickers” improve the co-efficient of drag to a class-leading 0.389.

Inside, the Everest features a modern and refined interior with features including a power liftgate, large moon roof, and 30 cleverly designed storage spaces. It also has a fold-flat second and third row that electronically folds. The horizontal design theme is reminiscent of Ford’s North American SUV offerings.



In terms of technology features, the Everest comes packed with premium features such as the brand-new SYNC 2 which lets drivers use natural voice commands to control the car’s entertainment system, climate control, and connected mobile devices. SYNC 2 also boasts of an 8-inch touchscreen with color-coded corners for easy menu navigation.

Other segment-first features of the Everest include: Curve Control which is designed to help maintain control when approaching turns too quickly; Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keeping Aid; and Blind Spot Information System or BLIS. The Everest also offers Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Alert with Collision Mitigation, Roll Stability Control, and an Electronic Stability Program. Active Park Assist is also an available feature. Finally, to improve interior sound insulation, the Everest comes with Active Noise Cancellation.



Underneath, the Everest carries a family of powerful and fuel-efficient engines. For the first time, the Everest is available with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder EcoBoost with a twin-scroll turbo for excellent torque, power, and refinement. For heavy-duty towing, the 3.2-liter Duratorq 5-cylinder turbo diesel engine is available. It’s been upgraded with an updated exhaust gas recirculation system to boost efficiency. Finally, the latest generation 2.2-liter Duratorq 4-cylinder engine is also available. These engines are mated to a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.

The all-new Ford Everest is now certainly the new standard in the mid-sized SUV segment and utilizes Ford’s global design and development expertise. It certainly goes far beyond customer expectations. It will be manufactured at AutoAlliance in Thailand for ASEAN markets.


Press Release:
Ford Boldly Redefines the SUV with Smart, Rugged, and Refined New Everest

Taking a bold step to redefine the SUV market in Asia Pacific and beyond, Ford recently unveiled the new Ford Everest, a technologically advanced, stunningly capable and refined seven-seat SUV that will be launched in 2015. In Asia Pacific, the Ford Everest will be available in nine markets: China, Australia, New Zealand, India, and markets across the ASEAN region. Ford will also introduce the rugged SUV to Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa in 2015.

“The new Ford Everest is an exceptionally versatile vehicle, equally prepared for the everyday commute as it is for the most extreme off-road terrain,” said Dave Schoch, president, Ford Asia Pacific. “The Everest’s unique blend of tough capability and exceptional comfort is going to resonate with drivers across Asia Pacific and around the world.”

With a rugged, sculptural design that reflects its unshakeable toughness and technological prowess, the new Ford Everest blends strength, smart features and style to bring consumers a tough and versatile SUV with true off-road capability. In addition to surprising and delighting fans of rugged off-road SUVs, the new Ford Everest embodies Ford’s fun-to-drive DNA to deliver rewarding and dynamic on-road handling, offering no compromises on refinement and comfort.

“The Ford Everest will help to expand our product footprint in the region with a tough and refined vehicle that enables drivers, their families, friends and colleagues to go anywhere comfortably – whether on urban roads or far off the beaten track,” said Trevor Worthington, vice president, Product Development, Ford Asia Pacific. “From the EcoSport to the Everest, our SUV portfolio in Asia Pacific offers something for everyone.”
Led by Ford’s Asia Pacific design and product development teams, and making use of Ford’s global SUV expertise, the new Ford Everest builds on the reputation of the current Ford Everest, which is praised for its durability and versatility. The new Ford Everest will be available in both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive variants depending on specific market demand.

“The new Ford Everest represents an epic commitment on the part of the Ford Motor Company to meet and exceed high customer expectations,” said Worthington. “From the very beginning we set aggressive targets, and with the Ford Everest we have truly raised the bar for this type of vehicle in design and capability, with advanced technologies for a smarter, safer and more capable vehicle at a very attractive price.”

Balancing rugged off-road and refined on-road capability

The new Ford Everest was designed from the ground up with the durability to take on the most inhospitable environments. One of the toughest SUVs in its segment, the Ford Everest has a true body-on-frame design, assuring the torsional strength required for challenging terrains. Together with an intelligent four-wheel drive system, an active transfer case with Torque on Demand, Terrain Management System, and best-in-class ground clearance of 225 mm and water-wading capability of 800 mm, the Ford Everest helps drivers navigate difficult terrain with ease. 

For ultimate capability, the advanced Terrain Management System gives drivers four preset settings – Normal, Snow/Gravel/Grass, Sand and Rock– that alter the vehicle’s throttle response, transmission, intelligent four-wheel drive system and traction control to confidently tackle any situation. For extreme off-road environments, drivers can manually lock the transfer case in low-range four-wheel drive mode for increased control.

These impressive off-road credentials are paired to a new level of ride quality and dynamic handling beyond what consumers have come to expect in a rugged SUV. Thanks to its coil spring front and rear suspension and a Watt’s linkage on the rear axle, the new Ford Everest provides a comfortable, stable ride with agile and predictable handling on the road, keeping the promise of Ford’s fun-to-drive DNA.

Advanced technology for a smarter, safer drive

Ingeniously packaged with “up for it” functionality enabling extraordinary journeys, the new Ford Everest is one of the most technologically advanced off-road SUVs ever made, and builds on Ford’s global expertise in the utility segment. 

The latest generation of Ford’s in-car connectivity solution, SYNC 2, lets drivers use natural voice commands to control the car’s entertainment system, climate controls and connected mobile devices more easily than ever before. SYNC 2 also boasts an 8-inch touchscreen with color-coded corners for easy menu navigation.

The new Ford Everest also offers a number of segment-first technologies, including Curve Control, designed to help drivers maintain control when approaching turns too quickly; Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keeping Aid, two technologies that help prevent drivers from unintentionally drifting out of a lane; and Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert, which informs drivers when there is a vehicle in their blind spot while driving or when preparing to reverse out of parking spots. 

The vehicle also offers other advanced features, including Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Alert with Collision Mitigation, Roll Stability Control and an Electronic Stability Program that works with traction control to help the driver stay in control. To reduce parking anxiety, Active Park Assist enables drivers to parallel park hands-free, requiring only accelerating, shifting and braking from the driver.

In addition to advanced active safety systems, a strong passenger cage built using high-strength materials like boron steel, and passive safety features, including seven airbags, help to keep occupants safe in the event of a collision.

Power and efficiency to go further

The incredible capabilities of the new Ford Everest are made possible by one of three petrol and diesel engines, mated to durable and efficient six-speed automatic or manual transmissions. While availability differs across markets, all three engines deliver uncompromised power and torque with excellent fuel efficiency:
  • A new 2.0-liter four-cylinder twin-scroll EcoBoost petrol engine will debut in Asia Pacific in the Ford Everest, offering excellent torque, power and refinement combined with projected best-in-class fuel economy and carbon dioxide emissions
  • For maximum power and torque for heavy-duty towing, Ford is offering the latest generation of its globally proven 3.2-liter Duratorq five-cylinder TDCi diesel engine, with upgrades including an updated exhaust gas recirculation system to boost efficiency
  • For maximum fuel economy without compromising performance, Ford is also offering the latest generation of the 2.2-liter Duratorq four-cylinder TDCi diesel 
“This engine line-up demonstrates Ford’s commitment to offering the power of choice to customers in different markets with different needs and preferences,” said Worthington. “We’ve selected the engine technologies from Ford’s global powertrain range that deliver the best combination of performance and efficiency to meet and exceed the demanding requirements of SUV customers.”

Smart and functional design
The new Ford Everest stands apart with a bold, sculptural design that communicates its impressive capabilities and advanced smart features, while the robust front end with signature LED daytime running lights and wide stance make for a powerful presence on the road. The chiseled and technical design is also highly efficient – extensive aerodynamic testing led to an exterior that seamlessly melds form and function. 

The new Ford Everest’s bold exterior presence is paired with a modern interior that makes use of refined materials and emphasizes horizontal lines to create a comfortable, harmonious environment for up to seven adult occupants. Interior features balance ride comfort with ultimate practicality, including a large moon roof, a convenient powered liftgate, more than 30 cleverly designed stowage spaces, multiple power outlets in the first and second rows, and flexible seating and cargo arrangements – including fold-flat second- and third-row seating – to achieve a perfect balance between passenger demands and packing efficiency. 

To ensure exceptional cabin quietness, Ford equipped the new Ford Everest with Active Noise Cancellation technology in addition to optimizing cabin sealing and sound absorbing materials throughout the vehicle. 

Similar to the systems used in noise-cancelling headphones, Active Noise Cancellation uses three strategically placed microphones inside the cabin to detect and measure sounds. A smart control module instantaneously generates opposing sound waves, which are then fed through the Everest’s audio system to cancel out unpleasant noises. The result is a quiet interior that lets the driver comfortably speak with third row passengers without shouting.

“With its safe and smart features, a refined interior and incredible on-road and off-road capabilities, the new Ford Everest sets a new standard in the medium SUV segment and represents a compelling addition to our global lineup of SUVs in Asia Pacific,” said Worthington. “Taking advantage of our global design and development expertise, and our proud heritage in the utility segment, we’ve created a vehicle that goes far beyond customer expectations.”

The new Ford Everest will be manufactured at AutoAlliance Thailand in Rayong, Thailand, for ASEAN markets. In China, the new Ford Everest will be manufactured by Ford’s Jiangling Motors Corp (JMC) joint venture at the JMC Xiaolan Plant in Nanchang, China, and distributed through JMC’s Ford-brand network of dealers.

216 comments:

  1. Sir @Ulysses Ang "Do you think that this monster will have a fair match against the New Pajero?"

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    1. Definitely. But it depends on what specifications Ford Philippines will bring for the Philippine market.

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    2. pajero's are just overpriced just like the patrol and prado. off-road wise, i would put all my money on the new everest over those 3. new technology always wins against all technology (talking about the 4-wheel drive electronics of the new cars) vs the olds.

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    3. They're not in the same category. Its pajero vs explorer and montero vs everest. Obviously, no match ang everest because the pajero is one segment higher.

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    4. pajero is old tech though.look at how mitsu is now, they're struggling big time and ford is still getting better.

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    5. sirs, its not always about the technology, try living in rural areas, mas gusto nila ang mga old engines, reliable and easy to fix if ever something breaks down. unlike new tech, all reliant to electronics, kpg nabaha or nabagyo, wla na.. unlike mga old diesels, bsta nakakahinga ung makina, kahit gaano kataas na baha, wla lng..

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    6. Yes but what about safety? As far as I know, walang ABS and airbags ang mga old tech cars such as L300 and Isuzu Crosswinds.

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    7. kaya ako traysikol na lg yung binili ko..yung kapitbahay namin moltekab..bahala na pag binaha..kung ayaw nang gumana tapon nlang..LOL!..reliable pa..pag may sira pakalikot mo kahit kanino ok lg ah..pagtumirik ang lumang makina hayaan mo na..iwan mo na lg at sumakay sa traysikol..

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    8. This kind of comment deserves to be deleted. Full of nonsense in my opinion

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    9. Nope, the sarcastic guy has a point actually. Ignorant people (usually OFWs and mga taga bukid) who are afraid of new tech always give out that kind of answer. Kasi mahirap daw mag maintain ng mga newer vehicles, kaya na intimidate. Ignorante lang talaga kamo kaya ayaw sa mga bagong makina at gusto lumang diesel!

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    10. My point in that comment is simple..new car techs are reliable, (by the way, how do you define "reliability"? kasi ako, pag reliable ang sasakyan, hindi sirain, madalang bumisita sa talyer or sa casa except for PMS. hindi basehan sa tinatawag na reliability kung madali or mahirap ayusin ang sasakyan, PERO may mga owners na hindi marunong gumamit ng sasakyan nila kasi HINDI NAGBABASA NG OWNERS MANUAL! kaya kadalasan sa mga new cars with new tech, kasalanan ng owner kung bakit nasira ang sasakyan nila, tapos ibi-blame nila ang manufacturer! (lalo na sa mga yung huling sasakyan e 90's pa tapos biglang bumili ng 2013/2014 model) kung hindi ba naman sira ulo no?) at sa mga bagong sasakyan, madaling ma-diagnose kung ano ang exact sira ng sasakyan, yun nga lg mahal magpaayos kasi ibabalik mo talaga sa casa, but once it is rectified, you are 99% assured na hindi na mauulit pa ang kung ano man ang nasira sa sasakyan mo kasi kadalasan replacement assembly ang ginagawa para sure lalo na kung under warranty pa ang sasakyan mo. At tandaan natin, ang mga bagong car techs ay improvement. Ngayon, paano magiging improvement yun kung mas magaling pa pala ang nauna? Di ba.

      (akala siguro ng isang yan nag to-troll lg ako at walang alam, yan po ang tinatawag na sarcasm, pasensya if I pissed you out..EMBRACE THE FEATURE PO..ay este FUTURE pala..tama ba yun? baka naman sabihing mali at fueture ang correct spelling?LOL!)

      LOL!

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    11. Agreed. Matibay at madali naman ayusin ang mga newer vehicles. Ignorante lang talaga yang mga taga bukid, squatter at mga OFWs kaya puro adventure at crosswind pa rin ang binibili. Narrow-minded ika nga.

      Dami din talaga di makaintindi ng sarcasm dito. Mga slow utak nila.

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    12. lol. you sir are the one who is ignorant. hindi porke new technology, improvement agad. kanya kanyang priority yan. ung mga taga bukid, they prefer the old tech kasi nga mabilis irepair because possibly, walang easy access sa casa. some people naman such as off roaders, they prefer also the old tech without too much electronics because it is more reliable off road..kung may masira, easier to replace parts. some people, tuners, prefer the old engines kasi minsan mas maganda powerband. hindi porket new technology, mas maganda. i agree with you na new technologies are improvements but iba iba ang priorities or aspects ng improvements. minsan improvement sa FC at hte expense of linear powerband. clearly, you only use your car as a means of transportation and dependent ka sa casa, so you wont be able to understand what im saying. but open up your horizon. at squatter? you expect squatters to buy new vehicles? di nga makabili ng sariling bahay bagong kotse pa kaya....they shouldn't even be buying cars kasi wala silang sariling place to park.

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    13. brad, no offense meant but if you're not into new car techs, bakit ka nandito? alam ko yung gusto mong sabihin pero brad, kung tuner ka man, nag ti-trail, nag iis-street race, mpa slalom, drag, street circuit o ano pa, sorry pero hindi ito ang website para sa iyo...tama ka, for transportation use na lang ang mga sasakyan ko, lipas na ako brad, and I really did my time, I'm a busy family man now...just to let you know, may isang town sa lugar namin kung saan may tournament ng drag race at street circuit once every year (unfortunately tinigil na nang may nadisgrasya at may mga nadamay na spectators) at usong uso din noon ang mountain trailing na binuhay na naman ngayon sa lugar namin, kung legit ka, alam mo kung saan ang sinasabi ko...

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    14. May ibang squatter na naka multicab, 80s/90s sedan, revo at crosswind/adventure. Kahit walang totoong bahay yang mga yan, nakakabili pa rin ng kung anu-ano. They sure have their priorities set. Hahaha.

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    15. Taga bukid po ako. Magsasaka. But i assure you, di po lahat ng taga bukid ay, as you would like to imply, bobo or tanga. FYI baka mas maganda ang mga suv namin sinu man sa inyo sa maynila. Dian sa maynila karamihan naka auv lang kau, montirik fortirik evertirik at mga galing sa subic/port irene pajero land cruisser bmw hehe na mga bulok. Yang mga porma luks niu na pick up kargahan lang namin po ng palay yan, yupi yupi we dont care. Point ko is, wag niu kami maliitin na taga bukid, you may not know baka coin purse lang namin ang bank account niu from you kakarampot na sweldo sa maynila. Peace aniway you @##+)(!?

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    16. The comments are interesting but nothing beats experience! I bought two Everests and two modified Rangers back in 2010 to trial in a 75 fleet of 4wds, mainly Landcruisers and Pajeros. The terrain ranks with the world's toughest. I drove the Everest 1600 kms over the steppe with a really full load plus drove all four Fords around Ulaanbaatar and for several hundred kms radius on indescribable roads. One word - fantastic. I will buy an Everest as soon as released in Australia for personal use. The Pajero is weak when extended and the diesel engines had a life of 150k cf 3 times the longevity of Landcruiser. The Prado is NOT a Landcruiser and was blocked from sale in Mongolia! The little 4-cyl diesel turbo Everest blew my mind. It is in a class of its own gentlemen.

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    17. It’s just pathetic of how of some of the people (November 2014 comments) who made comments that OFWs are that ignorant. Well to tell you low life pretentious arrogant assholes… more of us who are OFW knows better of what you are talking about new techs when it comes to vehicles than you who are stuck in your miserable lives there at home. You just can’t let other comments be and just give what is your take with what the review was.

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    18. Gents, please encourage and respect each others comment. No name calling. all of you have good points and these are what we need, free flowing of ideas. So whether mahirap or mayaman or from rural or urban lets respect each other. Cheers.

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    19. I am choosing between the NISSAN X-TRAIL 2.0L 4X2 A/T and the Monterosport GLX 2WD A/T NON-VGT. am gathering info on both for 2 weeks now and there is so much resource available online. However, I saw a ISUZU MU-X over the weekend and wanted to know more. I looked it up online and it looks like a good third candidate vs. these two best sellers. Now, I am studying if I should get the ISUZU MU-X 4X2 LS-A A/T.
      All three are within budget and are just a few thousand pesos apart so the price should be ok. Other decision factors I am considering are as follows:
      1. Performance
      2. Ride quality
      3. Fuel consumption/efficiency
      4. Maintenance costs
      5. Third row comfort
      THANKS GUYS, NEED KO HELP NYO .... tapos ngayon nakita ko pa tong bagong ford everest.

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    20. Based on my experience Ford Everest or any Ford vehicle for an intended pupose is the best choice. Sa performance, research & compare ka na lang po. Basta Ford po kasi hindi kailangan ng oversized na makina para maramdaman ang hatak kahit punu-in mo ang buong space sa loob ng sasakyan...hehehe. I've been driving my sister's Ford Everest 2.5 MT for 2 years ng walang problema sa pag-akyat baba dito sa isang mountain resort dito sa'min. Kahit halos sumasayad na ang rubber stopper sa ilalim kapag dumaan sa hump, lakas pa rin ng hatak.

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    21. ang tindi nyo naman ,bakit komot ba sa manila kayo nakatira ay ginaganyan nyo na ang mga taga bukid or OFW sira pala ulo nyo paano kayo mabubuhay kung walang taga bukid na nagtatanim,at kung walang mahirap na mag work para sa inyo ,dahan dahan kayo magsalita baka ang sinasabi nyong taga bukid ay mas mayayaman pa sa inyo pero simple lang ,., hehehehhe

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    22. anonymous November 28, 2014 at 7:52 AM tama ka kaibigan....nga naman ano hahahaha nakakatawang mga taga manila...may ekta ektarya ba kayong lupain? may harvester ba kayo? salita kayo ng salita wala naman kayong binatbat sa aming taga bukid na tawag ninyo...

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    23. Taga Bukid nga kami,pero pag bumili ng sasakyan cash payment kayo nag car loan muna sa bank...loan pa more

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    24. hoy mga kurimaw OFWs and mga taga bukid ang nagdadala ng ekonomiya ng bansa kaya bawas-bawasan ng mga 10psi ang hangin sa ulo. OFW ako at taga bukid pero nalapitan ko na yong bugatti veyron na naka display sa rodeo drive sa LA during one of my tours. at anong di kami marunong sa mga latest technology. fyi i am driving ford explorer here abroad

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  2. This is definitely a killer! Just wow! Gotta have this monster!

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  3. Any info on price,trim available and Philippine release date?

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  4. i'm sure it'll be an awesome suv overall performance and features wise, but the design just doesn't seem brand new. it looks like a new suv that should have come out 2-3 yrs ago. i think this design will start to look old already 2 yrs from now, just like the ranger, came out looking really awesome, but in just two years, the look already got old. same with the fiesta, the one before the aston martin looking fiesta came out. maybe it's just ford, i dunno. but i do know this will be so much better than the current everest. i feel so bad for the people who bought an everest this year lol.

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    1. The people who bought an old model everest this year are a bunch of idiots. There's this all-new model coming and its not as if it was a well kept secret. Ano kayang pumasok sa utak nung mga bumili? Siguro nabulagan sa mga discounts at promo. Baka di lang nag research ng maayos?

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    2. i think it's just bad decision on their part. same with folks who bought hiluxes and fortuners this year. the hilux will be out next year and fortuners in 2016. but at least the hilux/fortuner are so much better overall than the current everest.

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    3. even after VNT Fortuner was being released and sold, meron pa din bumibili ng non-VNT models...didn't get it then, still don't get it now why people bought old model, kahit ba malaki discount. But in this case, either 1) di makaantay 2) wala pakialam na may bagong modelo

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    4. Reason: Looks. Taste. Image.

      Some buyers must like the boxy exterior and the wheel case of the old everest. These two features make everest appear to be more outdoor-ish in some people's opinion. The new curvy design seems a little feminine. I, for one, wants to buy one of the 2014 facelifted model.

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    5. Nah. You and those other guys who actually like the looks of the old everest have poor taste. Plain and simple.

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    6. Wow... calling people idiots because of their car choices is a bit too harsh, sir. Probably they NEEDED a car right now. Its a need vs want thing.

      Don't get me wrong. I do not like Monteros and Fortuners too. I find they are too old, and too slow. But I have an appreciation of why people buy them. Would I buy one? No/

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    7. Ibat iba ang taste ng mga Tao, may ibat ibang dahilan Sa pagbili Ng sasakyan, hahayaAn nalang natin mga kaibigan ang. Choice nila after all pera naman nila ang ipinagbibili. Kong humingi Ng comments nyo be honest sabihin Lang ang mga na experience nyo sa mga sasakyan Ng sa ganon nakakatulong tayo.

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    8. I am pretty sure yung nagcomment na idiot ang bumili ng older everest ay walang pambili ng kahit anong kotse and has been living in a fantasy world. Yung mga consumer na nakabili, may pera kasi sila and they found they liked the everest compared to its competition, they dont mind the new version because for sure may price increase pa yun. Why wait if they want a car now, atleast nakatipid pa sila.

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  5. Nothing is final until its production. And the big question is, will those features reach our shores? I hope they do. And I hope ford PH wont do as what hyundai PH is doing do their cars. This car sure is hardcore on the outside and mushy on the inside. Anton Yap, you got it right. LOL!..

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    1. what is Hyundai doing to their cars?

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    2. they strip off some of the standard features and their pricing is insane

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  6. Any ideas on the price range for budget conscious customers?

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    1. If we are to base it on existing prices of the all new ranger and outgoing Everest, my guess would be:

      Base 2.2L 4x2 MT - 1.3
      Base 2.2L 4x2 AT - 1.4
      Mid 2.2L 4x2 AT - 1.5
      TOTL 2.0 4x4 AT - 1.6
      TOTL 3.2L 4x4 AT - 1.75

      Those prices are reasonable with its features, and competitive against the competition (ie Trailblazer, Sta Fe).

      Agree this will be the new benchmark for mid sized SUVs

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    2. hoping but not expecting that they keep all those features in the Everest or else the price will break the 2M mark and they'll lose market share

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    3. Blame Hyundai and Kia for setting ridiculous pricing signals. From that list above, it's more than a certainty that the m/t model will hover in the 1.5M mark (Sta Fe level), with the high end variant breaching the 2M price tag, sliding a bit under the Explorer.

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    4. same, top of the line would be around 1.8 tops with all the good featurs...ford PH has been aggressive with its pricing... look at the focus and the ranger...tops ranger priced at 1.3m not so far compared to tops of others...for the focus, around 1.1 just like the others but with all the good features....

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    5. Honest guys,the price for this All-new Everest ranges from 1.589M(low end) to 2.1M(high end)... smile....

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  7. Its more like the benchmark of 3rd world SUVs.

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    1. totally agree with you bro, but at least it still a benchmark.

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  8. Too Much Over the Pricey. & Malakas yan sa Gasolina!!!

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    1. Might be, pero may diesel option naman if you value fuel efficiency over performance.

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  9. Ford Everest Prices with BIR Fee

    Base 2.2L 4x2 MT - 1.3 + 500k = 1.8
    Base 2.2L 4x2 AT - 1.4 + 500k = 1.9
    Mid 2.2L 4x2 AT - 1.5 + 500k = 2.0
    TOTL 2.0 4x4 AT - 1.6 + 500k = 2.1
    TOTL 3.2L 4x4 AT - 1.75 + 500k = 2.25

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    1. It won't be priced like that since all cars imported from ASEAN countries are tax free due to the ASEAN Free Trade Area. Shipping costs lang ang kasama sa magiging SRP. Ford isn't stupid to ridiculously priced the new Everest, they will priced it competitively against all its competitors while retaining almost, if not all, its features presented here. Just like what they did with the Ranger.

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    2. Funny how people are concerned about the price, the pressing concern here is the D.I. the Everest would have.

      Would it be 5%, 10%, 15%? Knowing Ford PH dealers/salesmen are more money hungry than the Government. I personally know someone who paid 80,000 php for his Ford Ranger 4x2 AT to be released via cash purchase. D.I. almost 7% the price of the car.

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    3. May patong. Kasi diesel anti pollution tariff. Pag wala sana iyun, take the everest as a good example, dati presyo nian 1.8m top variant, ngaun barely 800 cash. Point is kung mabenta nila at 800 at may tubo parin, imagine nalang how cheap it is pag wala patong. How much is a sarao jeep anyway, 20k lol. Just an extreme comparo to show mura ang diesel, becoz it is really intended for poor countriess, money wise, asia africa, or poor in oil hence petrol is expensive, thats europe. I dnt mind if some pinoy has dat shabu high mentality that their kuliglig isan suv. What i am saying is, diesel vehicles here are way too overpriced for its low quality build and specs - when comparo to the diesel offered in eu and especially usa - ford diesel turbo 8 cyl. Lol

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  10. himala, absent si 3rd world suv hater..

    LOL!

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    1. Urur. Andito ako para maturuan ka ng leksyon. Akala mo pa rin sikat at astig ka kapag Fortuner at Montero sasakyan mo ano. Buksan mo mata mo, mas marami pa ang mga yan kesa sa Vios na taxi!

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  11. I've heard of Ford's 2.2L Ranger as problematic. Slow and underpowered. I'm not sure though if they were talking of the 4x2 or the 4x4. If it's the latter it's expected since 4x4s are heavy and needs lot of power to fully function as such. I would also like to know of the cost of maintenance if it's comparable to Toyota which is low and the resale value of Fords.

    Maybe, Mr Ulesys Ang or some here could comment on that.
    By the way, is there a 4x2 version of the upcoming Everest for the Phils?

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  12. @anonymous 5:49 nov.15
    Dont you generalize OFWs as the same category as mag bubukid na ignorant sa technology..how dare you.!!! we OFWs are more adept with car techs in other countries, albeit more advanced - thank you do in Manila (with due respect). .. WAG MO LALAHATIN !!!!.. have you attended tokyo motorshow?.. NEW york motorshow, Paris motorshow?....DUbai motorshow?.. Have you seen a bugatti in the metal? an LFA?.. 911 spyder?.. a Hellcat?..a DB9?.. sheesh!

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    1. Ok, not all OFWs obviously. Marami din namang wise na OFWs but there are some talaga na di marunong when it comes to choosing vehicles. For example, yung mga seamen, puro crosswind at adventure lang ang laman ng mga utak nila.

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    2. Pinag papraktisan lang ng mga seaman yung crosswind at adventure,then later own ay bibili na na ng high end na vehicle..forester perhaps or x trail..

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    3. may kaibigan akong seaman. . . sabi ko mag altis o civic na lang sha pero crosswind daw mas gusto nya kase matibay daw. . . sabi ko ampanget nun, pero pinilit pa din ang sa kanya. .

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    4. brad sea based OFW din ako..kaya huwag naman ganyan..dpende kasi yun kung saan ka lumaki at family background mo..sorry po ha, pero 99% true to, sa old school na mga seaman applicable yung sinasabi mo, pero karamihan sa mga new generation ng mga seaman, hindi na sila ignorante sa mga ganyan, lalo na ang mga lumaki na may sasakyan ang pamilya nila..kaya brad, take it easy..

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    5. I know. Agree ako. Ok naman ang mga new gen na seamen kaso panira lang talaga sa image yung mga seamen na puro crosswind/adventure ang kinukuha. Most of the bulk ng sales ng mga ganitong sasakyan, galing sa kanila. Meron pa nga promo minsan na bibigyan ng discounts ang mga OFWs kasi sila lang ang madalas bumili nito. Kaya hanggang ngayon buhay pa din ang mga sasakyang ganito kahit matagal na dapat phased out.

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    6. agree din ako na kailangan na ng isuzu ng bagong makina ganun din sa mitsubishi..we, filipinos deserve better cars..alam nyo pag walang bumili ng mga sasakyan nila matututo sila..wala kasi tayo dito ng parang Consumer Reports dito e..marami akong kilala na may montero na nagsisi, ganun din sa sportivo..

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    7. isang rason, kasi ginagawa nilang pang byahe (Colurum) ung mga crosswind or auv type n sasakyan, yan ung sideline nila while waiting for another ship/project.

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    8. For seamen, it's practical living. Why would I buy an expensive SUV, when usage wise, it stays in the garage for 8 months when he's onboard. After 5 years, he has a lot of cash savings, enough to start a new business.

      We all have different purpose/s on why we buy cars, some buy it for our kids' daily service vehicle, so they don't need a fast and powerful SUV's and certainly doesn't need to have all the techno's for the family driver Chinese businessmen mentality is same with our seafarers, very practical.

      For those who have multiple cars and SUV's living in the metro who drive it themselves, I bet they will prefer a small car, with the traffic in the metro, car can't even shift to 5th gear plus the problem on lack of parking areas, there you go with your expensive SUV.

      I think those comments on the squatters, taga bukid, seafarers, are certainly uncalled for....they may not agree with you on how you spend your money but they're wiser than the rest of you here.

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  13. Kahit anong bihis mo dito, 3rd-world truck-based SUV pa rin ito. Hindi ba kayo nagtataka kung bakit hindi ito binebenta sa home country ng Ford, at bakit yung nakakasawang, as-common-as-Vios-taxis na Fortuner at Montero ay hindi rin binebenta sa home country nila, much more sa US at Western Europe? Kasi po hindi ito papasa sa emissions at safety standards ng mga 1st-World countries na ito. Like the saying goes, you get what you pay for. Tanungin niyo yung mga long-term diesel vehicle owners, yung natipid nila sa paggamit ng diesel ay napunta lang sa higher maintenance and repair costs. At proven carcinogen po and diesel smoke particulates, mas malala pa sa cigarette smoking. FYI lang sa mga nahuhumaling sa mga ganitong klaseng sasakyan. Akala mo naman ang lalaki ng daanan, parking slots, at mga garahe ng mga ito. Abala lang kayo most of the time, kahit sa U-turn slots nga hirap na hirap na kayo at pabigat lang sa ibang motorista.

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    1. BRACE YOURSELVES...3RD WORLD SUVS HATER IS HERE!!!

      L O L ! ! !

      GALIT YAN, KASI MAY KATAPAT NA YUNG SANTA FE NYA AT SA TINGIN KO MAS MAGANDA ANG OFFER NG FORD EVEREST KAYSA SA SANTA FE NYA...WEEEEEEEEEEEE

      OVER AND OUT!

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    2. Nakakatawa naman itong isip-batang 3rd-world diesel SUV fanboy, akala mo Santa Fe lang ang katapat nito? Mas advanced po ang diesel engine nun at kahit Euro 4 papasa emissions nun kaya binebenta rin yun sa Europe at US. At dahil monocoque chassis yun hindi ito karag-karag at puro kalampagin tulad ng 3rd-world SUVs mo. Maganda rin handling at ride quality at hindi parang nagmamaneho ng jeepney tulad ng 3rd-world SUV mo. Kawawa ka naman kung ito lang ang ambisyon mong mabili sa buhay.

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    3. hoy unggoy, naka 2013 santa fe (grey market) rin ako, since 2008 (old one from HARI and replaced by 2013 model from grey market because of better features), pero hindi ako kasing epal mo!..sira ulo!..masyado kang mayabang and I know its your dad's car..kaya huwag kang pasobra..

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    4. Hoy kurimaw, wala ako pakialam sa Santissima Fefe mo. Yung isang gunggong ang insecure dun, hindi ako. Stay on topic.

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    5. haha..ungas ka pala e..ako din yan..hahahaha..

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  14. Kawawa ka naman, walang himala na hanggang ganito lang ang ambisyon mo na sasakyan, hindi ka pa kasi nakakapunta sa mga 1st-world countries. Pagtatawanan ka lang dun kung ganito lang pagyayabang mo na sasakyan.

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    1. at saka unggoy, may nbasa akong article na sobrang nanghihinayang ang mga kano dahil hindi ito makakarating sa amerika..hanapin mo yung article na yun at saka ka maglaway!

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    2. Gunggong, bakit sila manghihinayang sa 3rd-world cr4p na ito eh di hamak na mas marami silagn choices dun in terms of trucks and SUVs, hindi dito na puro small-time lang alam.

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    3. Diesel rin ang Everest ko, 2007 model, I used it for 6 1/2 yrs, quite satisfied w the performance, mabilis, Matatag at maganda ang riding comfort, Ibenenta ko simply because I aquired A wildtrak in which the performance is to my full satisfaction, I haPpened To talk w the person who bought my Everest a year ago, maganda pa rin daw ang performance at satisfied rin sya ka hut second hand lang. Ang ayaw ko Lang sa lumang Everest Ay old fashion ang itsura, ngayon na palabAs ang bagong Everest na mas maganda ang porma sa montero at fortuner sigurado marami na ang nag aabang. I heard from a friend lately, ilang beses rin pabaliki balik ang sta fe Nya sa casa dahil umuusok ang airings maliliit sub standard at nagkaproblema din sya sa starter, she made up her mind of not buying any of Hyundai cars, apologize sa mga Hyundai car owners.

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  15. Hindi ito design pang off road kasi ang location ng reserba wala sa likod.

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    1. Wala naman talagang nag-ooffroad sa mga kilala kong bumibili ng Fortuner, Montero, etc. Puro porma at gaya-gaya mentality lang alam eh, akala mo naman prestigious yung sasakyan nila na mas marami pa sa daanan kesa sa Vios taxi.

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    2. sabihin mo yan sa jeep trailhawk, jeep renegade, nissan xterra at toyota 4runner, na maglagay din sila ng spare tire sa likod para maging legit off roader din sila ha..lalong lalo na sa xterra..ha..pasama ka jan kay 3rd worl suv hater..dalawa kayo kasi marami kayong alam..

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    3. Isa ka pang gunggong, kaya nilalagay sa likod yung spare tire at hindi sa baba ay para ma-increase ang departure angle at ground clearance, hindi sasayad yung spare tire di tulad kung nasa ilalim naka-mount. Bongo.

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    4. e bakit ang nissan xterra walang gulong sa likod?..nasaan ang gulong nya?..nasa bulsa mo?..at unggoy, maraming klase ang off roading ungasis ka, kung cross-country, two-tracking at moderate mudding lg e kayang kaya na yan ng everest..mountain trials kasi agad nasa isip mo pagsinabing off road e..experience ka muna bago ka maglaway para alam mo..timing at off road ang pinag uusapan..hahaha

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  16. Yup, puro yabang lang yang mga naka hilux, navara, montero, fortuner and etc.. Barumbado pa mag maneho, akala mo kung sinong hari ng daan. Feeling naka racecar kasi kesyo 3.0L na diesel daw makina nila eh kayang kaya naman unahan ng maski 1.5L sedan lang.

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    1. Lahat ng kilala kong bumibili ng 3rd-world diesel SUV ay napapagastos na ngayon sa maintenance at repair, puro porma kasi inatupag.

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  17. 3rd world or not, the everest is a hundred times better than the shitty mu-x.

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    1. Pareho lang naman yang 3rd-world truck-based diesel SUV eh. Never heard yang dalawang model na yan sa Japan at US.

      The Americans know Ford as an acronym for: Fix Or Repair Daily.

      Isuzu naman is Isusok. Favorite brand ng Anti-Smoke Belching Unit para kikilan at huthutan ng lagay.

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    2. Tignan natin kung sino mas tatagal after ilang decades. ;)

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  18. the price, the pressing concern here is the D.I. the Everest would have.

    Would it be 5%, 10%, 15%? Knowing Ford PH dealers/salesmen are more money hungry than the Government. I personally know someone who paid 80,000 php for his Ford Ranger 4x2 AT to be released via cash purchase. D.I. is almost 7% the price of the car.

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  19. Funny how people are more concerned about the price, the pressing concern here is the D.I. the Everest would have.

    Would it be 5%, 10%, 15%? Knowing Ford PH dealers/salesmen are more if not equally money hungry than the Government. I personally know someone who paid 80,000 php for his Ford Ranger 4x2 AT to be released via cash purchase. D.I. is almost 7% the price of the car.

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  20. FOREVER OVERPRICED ANG FORD!!!!

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  21. Sa mga comment n nabasa ko puro yabangan ng alam ayaw patalo. Sa naghamak man sa mga seaman na old gen eh yun n un cla pero walang new gen kung walang naging old gen. Konting respect nmn educate nlng sa kung ang personal views, opinion at alam nyo when choosing cars thanks

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  22. MAGMAHALAN KAYONG LAHAT!!! PWEDE?!!!. 43 days na lang, PASKO na!!!
    hopefully makabili taong lahat ng sasakyang gusto natin!...salamat po!

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    1. Urur. Mag-kuliglig ka at magmura ng sagaran!

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  23. @Anonymous 10:26pm
    F*#ck u po...salamat po.

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  24. Dun kayo mag usap sa website ng Ford Philippines ng malaman nila. Bad or good yan gusto nilang malaman.

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  25. grabe nman yung mga ibang tao na dito garapal na, galit sa 3rd worl suv, galit sa mga ofw at seaman na bumibili ng adventure or crosswind. Ako seaman din pero wala kang pakialam kong ano bibilhin ko. kapares din yan sa pag hahanap ng asawa bakit pinapakialaman ba kita at sina sa bihanan na ang pangit nang asawa mo at sabihin na madaming maganda dyn. kaya kunting respect lang din sana. at yung mga ofw na yan at mga seaman ay hamak na mas pera yan kaysa sayo kaya medyo alalay lang sa pag sasalita. hindi kesyo bumili ng adventure or crosswind ay ungas na at bobo, sabihn na mas maganda yung sedan eh kong nasa bundok kanakatira paano mo gagamitin yung sedan dun, sayad sayad ka diba. kaya isip isip din kong yan ang binibili nila may mga reason yan sila kong bkit yan hndi sila yan bobo or ungas. ksi kong bobo ang ofw at seaman hndi nayan naka pag trabaho sa ibang bansa, bka na tulad nalang sayo na hangang ngayun dito padin sa pinas at bka isang sskyan lang kayang bilhin. Kaya medyo alalay lang sa pag sasalita.

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    1. Anong klaseng pag pagiisip yan? Ikukumpara ba naman ang sasakyan sa babae. Hahaha. Madali pumili ng magandang sasakyan pero mahirap maghanap ng magandang asawa no! Di ko naman sinasabi na bobo ang mga seaman. Ang gusto ko lang iparating ay hindi marunong pumili ng matinong sasakyan ang nakararami sa kanila, lagi silang nahuhulog sa crosswind or adventure.

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    2. adik ka rin brod! hahahaha sportivo user kami... punta ka dito mindanao para malaman mo kung gaano kami ka bobo...

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    3. tama nga yun kabayan... di lahat ng OFW/seamen ay pwede nilang ganunin..Karamihan sa mga yun ay professional din. respeto nmn. kung yun ang gusto nilang bilhin na sasakyan, wala na kayong padat pang isagot dun gusto nila yun eh. Kayo kung ano gusto nyong bilhin eh di bilhin nyo. salamat po...

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    4. Kabayan seaman ako piro wag mong sabihing B .O.B.O . ako kong bibili ako ng sasakyan na di mo nagustohan kasi galing sa genuine na hanap buhay ang kita namin di galing sa nakaw...besides mas maraming mga seaman ang mga gearheads lalo na ang mga engineers...bumibili kami ng mga sasakyan from our own likings and from our own assesments di dahil lang sa kapit bahay at maraming kaming mga factors na kinu konsidira bago mag bitaw ng pera dahil nga hindi galing nakaw ang kita namin galing sa pawis namin not to mention mula sa life threatening job...kaya hayaan nyo na kaming bumili at mamili ng bibilhin namin kong pwide lang ano po?

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  26. natatawa ako sa 3rd world suv hater, galit na galit sa suv na diesel hahaha.. pangit daw, under powered.. eh baka hangang suv nlang yung pinagmamalaki ko.. tpaos yung aswa mo ang pangit nman.. kaya siguro hangang sasakayan kanalang.. hahaha galit sa 3rd wolrd na suv eh yung asawa parang zombe hahahaha...kaya dun nlang bumabawi sa sasakyan... kya my kasabihan kong pangit ka daw bumili ka ng bmw to look good.. pero kong good looking kna kahit anong sasakyan good looking kapadin hahahaha...

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  27. kya nga sabi mo kasi bobo mga seaman, dahil hndi marunong mag pili ng saksayan. eh ano ba yung ibang alternative mo na saksayan na 7 or 9 seater pang provinsya.. sige nga .. kya minsan isip isip din.. sabi mo sedan eh pwde ba mka sakay yung 9 na katao sa sedan mo... kaya minsan lawakan mo din pag iisip hndi puro satsat nlang...

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    1. Tae kay0ng mga seaman!.., seaman-loloko..., bwahaha.., tama ang sabi ng isa.., mga bobo kayo lalo nah yung mga bumili ng CROSSWIND.., parrhas lang kayoh ng mga provinsyano mga walang alam!!..,, traysikol, singgol motor, at crosswind lang ang ambisyon ninyo!!

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    2. baka ikaw ang tae gago! dahil walang kang naitulong sa bansa natin, eh ang mga seaman laking tulong sa pinas, baka kng wla ang mga OFW, lalong babagsak na ang pinas, kaya mag isip ka muna bago ka magmura. baka nga khit ni isang motor wla ka! maninira ka lng dito, bastos ka masyado.

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    3. Tanga!! Di porke't ofw malaki agad ang naitutulong sa bansa! Ang daming ofw na walang pakialam sa pinas.

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    4. nanapansin ko sau bata lagi kang nasa reviews ng mga suv ah sa araw2 na gnawa ng diyos nandto ka lang,ung totoo? wala kang trabaho noh kaya nandirito ka lang lage?

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    5. Napansin ko na bobo ka mag sulat. Yung totoo, nakapagtapos ka ba ng grade 1?

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    6. magpapatawa ka na lang napaka korny pa, hay bata ano bang nangyari sau at ganyan ka may galit ka ba sa mundo ung totoo nandto ako para makinig sau d pa huli ang lahat para magbago ka bata may awa ang diyos tandaan mo sa taong katulad mo, itigil mo na pag gamit ng ipinagbabawal na gamot tignan mo para kang abnormal dto na pakalat kalat. tsk2 god is good my friend god is good..... =)

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    7. Eh ikaw? Ano ba nahithit mobat ganyan ka magsalita? Nasira na ata utak mo sa kakahithit ng kung anu-ano. Palaboy ka ata na rugby boy. Siguro sa net cafe lang tambayan mo. Hahahaha!!

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    8. Wag ka nang humirit bata haha bistado kana eh, u "prepare" the trailblazer dba hahaha, sabihin mo lang kung gusto mo na mag pa rehab ako na bahala tulong ko na sau un ha nakakaawang bata ka tsk2

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    9. Eh ikaw nga itong humihirit pa. Sige, hithit pa ng rugby. Ituloy mo lang yan. Bago ka mag suggest na mag papa rehab, ipasok mo muna sarili mo.

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    10. Meron ba namang adik na katulad mo na umamin hahaha lahat ng adik i dedeny na gumagamit cla katulad mo hahaha,

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    11. Na "prepare" mo na ba ung gagamitin mo sa araw na to?hahahaha

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  28. mga mayabang yan dre..mga feeling kung baga..

    ito ha, ang pagpili ng sasakyan ay depende sa una;

    *kung paano mo gagamitin
    *saan mo gagamitin
    *at kung kaya ng budget mo

    hindi lahat ng tao dito kasing bobo mo 3rd world SUV hater, at malamang karamihan dito family guys na..kaya ikaw kung may asawa ka na at jan ka pa rin sa parents mo, at nagyayabang ka pa pero yun pala ang sasakyan mo ay sa tatay mo naman pala talaga, ay isa kang BONJING!!!

    isa kang BOBOng BONJING na masyadong nagmamarunong..hindi lahat ng tao dito taga siyudad bongo ka..ikaw ang dapat magpalawak ng isipan mo!..nakabasa ka lg at nakapanood ng mga car reviews nag-aasta mr. know it all ka na..tandaan mo ugok, Pilipinas ito!..para kang bata na sinusunod kung ano ang nakikita sa pinapanood na e..ay oo nga pala no, BONDYING KA PALA..

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    1. Halatang wala kang sasakyan. Bonjing ka pa dyan, eh ikaw yang wala pang napatunayan. Alam ko supot ka pa. Wag mag marunong ha. Hahaha!!!

      Kung di ka ba naman bobo, ang dami kayang seaman at ignoranteng naka crosswind sa metro manila. Bukid ba ang metro manila? Itigil niyo ang kalokohang ito at wag na kayong bumili ng mga walang kwentang 90s diesel auvs. Kahit pa saang sulok ng pinas mo gamitin yan, its still a big pile of shit!

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  29. Been waiting for this car for more than a year. Thought it was coming out this year. If it comes out second or third quarter next year... ill wait for reviews first. By that time there might be a new 2016 face lift. Which means I'll probably have to wait another year to get this brutish beauty.

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  30. SPORTIVO = SEAMAN. Nothing you can do about it. Ask a random person what's the first thing that pops into their head when you say seaman. I bet 99% of the time their answers will be "sportivo" or "crosswind".

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    1. wrong bro, my answer is all new ford ranger. walang sinabi yang isuzu sa ford, mabagal yan tumakbo, Ive got my ranger last july 2014, i drive longway, i try full throttle speed 170km/hr, fuel cons. 8.8L/100km, actual yan bro, d nakahabol ang colorado at montero.

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  31. Anonymous November 24, 2014 at 5:05 AM

    Serious..? Andami ko na Ranger na pinausukan at pinakain ng alikabok.
    Mula SLEX hanggang bundok Dalton Pass, di lang Wildtrak, pati Strada, Navara, Hilux at Dmax mga nag mukhang toys lng...di cla makahabol sa 200HP x 500NM ng Chevy Colorado.

    Kaya kung ako sa inyo as a friendly advise, trade-in na ninyo sasakyan nyo ng Colorado.

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    1. My trusty old 2006 3.0L V6 Accord can easily overtake your colorado and will make you eat its dust. Yabang mo pa, pare-pareha lang naman halos speed niyong mga pick up.

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    2. Bro, try natin yung colorado 'nyo sa 3.2 ranger ko. Davao City to Cagayan de Oro via Buda. Tingnan natin kung magaling nga yung Colorado nyo. Eh, kung gusto 'nyo Davao City to Cagayan de Oro via General Santos and Kabacan, pustahan tayo.

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    3. minsan kc pg ngmamaneho nk overtake lng ng modelong sasakyan feeling nya iniwan n nya at pinakain n ng alikabok , alam kya ng inovertakan nya n nakikipag karera sa knya ung n overtakan nya.... kadalasan kc wala nmn sa laki ng makina... ns driver yan...

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  32. Sa specs pa lang bro wla ng binatbat yan Ranger mong bigotilyo 200HP x 470NM laban sa aking Colorado 200HP x 500NM.

    Kaya kung ako sa iyo, ibenta or trade-in mo na yan

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    1. Sa specs na nakasulat sa papel lang yan bro magaling ang Colorado nyo. 500nm at 2000 rpm contra 470nm at 1500rpm! starting pa lang bro, kakain na nang putik at alikabok ang colorado nyo bro. Marami nang colorado pinakain ko ng putik at alikabok dito bro walang masabi ang colorado. Yung sinasabi mong magaling na colorado hindi pa makalosob sa sapa. Iniwan ng may ari at naglakad sa patutunguhan. Kaya bro, huwag magyabang at mag akala kung sino kayo. Kia Sorento 2.2 lang katapat ng colorado nyo, kakain na ng alikabok yan.

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    2. Ito bro intindihin nyo bro. Yung Colorado nyo ang range nang torque is only 200 (2000-2200rpm). Yung ranger ko is 1250 ang range ng torque (1500-2750rpm). Kaya kakain talaga ng putik ang alikabok yung colorado nyo promise, at sisinghot pa ng usok. Hehehehehee....benta nyo yan bro, walang masabi ang colorado sa ranger.

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  33. I never squatted (put a living quarters) on a property not my own, so, hindi po ako affected doon. Pero, hurt naman ako sa sinasabing ignorante ang mga taga bukid at OFWs. Ako po kasi ay taga bukid - at sa bundok pa, at isang OFW. Marami rin po ako kakilala na katulad ko ang kalagayan sa buhay, pero ang napansin ko po, ay lumalabas na mas maraming ignorante na taga siyudad o taga patag, maski hindi squatter. Karamihan sa taga bukid o taga bundok, pinipilit na mas maraming matutunan - para may maituro ka sa mga kababayan, at siempre para magamit sa pagsalunga ng agos ng buhay. Karamihan sa mga taga siyudad, mga squatter man o nakatira sa mansiyon, ay gusto ng easy life, kaya maraming addict at magnanakaw.

    Peace lang po, at ako rin pala ang unang nag-break ng reason ko for commenting here. Dapat kasi ay walang personalan! All the comments here should be about, or revolving about, the subject and the subject is the vehicle featured.

    Thanks and GOD Bless...

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    1. That's true bro. Nandito din ako sa bundok bro sa Bukidnon pero hindi na man ako ignorante at hindi squatter. I live decently and my residential house can accommodate 3 cars and ten wheelers! Yung iba dyan na nag cocomnent about ignorance and squatters, tigilan nyo yan, mga mata pobre kayo.

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  34. Eh meron kasing isang abnoy na nagcocomment dto para manggulo lang,kya kahit hindi na related sa sasakyan ipipilit niang isingit para makapanggulo lang, mga ABNORMAL lang gumagawa ng ganun

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  35. ok dito ahh! parang Fliptop! kala ko mayayaman at educated mga taong ngpopost dito?

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  36. Kanya kayang choice yan. Wag magsiraan, magmahalan. Eh ano naman Kung crosswind ng iba? Ano naman Kung forever ang trip ng iba. Ang importante Masaya tayong Bimini at pumili ng gusto natin. Wag naging I degrade ang bawat isa. Kesa siraan, I encourage. Kesa mayabangan, mag educate. Mas maganda Kung

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  37. Yung kupal diyan na nagsasabi ng tanga ang mga OFW at mga seaman. ikaw ang tanga. hindi mo ba alam na wala ka ngayong sasakyan na ipinagmamalaki kung walang mga seaman? hindi mo ba alam na wala ka ngayong diesel/petrol kung walang mga seaman? yung semento, bakal at bubong ng bahay mo wala rin yan kung walang seaman. bago ka magcomment laban sa isang profession mag isip ka muna. hindi ka lang tanga, bobo ka pa. kung ano ang gustong bilhin ng tao wala na kayong pakialam. lumang technology man yan o bago. unang una hindi niyo pera ang pinambili nila.

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  38. malalakas lang magsalita mga tao dito kasi virtual space lang tong internet haha -- sige nga sabihin nyo yan sa mukha ng isang "magbubukid" o "OFW" o "squatter".... dun sa min sa probinsya may dealership pa ng Peugeot at sa pier dun sa min binabagsak mga sasakyan na iniimport pa... e mga tao dun sa min nabubuhay usually sa pag-aalaga ng baboy, manok at pagtatanim so dapat ba ang taste rin lang na nababagay dun multicab, elf truck, owner type jeeps etc kung yun ang gusto sabihin ng mga "elitista" dito :)

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    1. tama ka, gusto kasi ng iba rito lahat ng tao eh susunod sa taste nila. mga mayayabang talaga iba dito. hindi na lang sila masaya kung anong meron sila.

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  40. mas matatag pa ang owner namin kesa kahit anung suv nyo dyan mga mayayabang! mahigit 1 million na siguro ang mileage neto kumpara sa wala pang 100k na suv nyo eh sirain na. mga bwisit kayong puro kayabangan! puro naman utang sa bangko ang mga sasakyan nyo tapos hiniram pa sa magulang ang pang down mga kolokoy kayo! PWE!

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  41. kakatuwa nga tyo ewan ko surprising talangka mentality talaga ang iba dyan... hayaan na lang masaya sya sa kanyang ginagawang kabulastugan. Pray natin na magbago pa sya kanyang ginagawa.

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  42. Iisa lang naman yang abnoy na yan bakit binibigyan pa ng pansin, bakit di pa patayin yan! Caloocan lang ako pakilala ka sa akin para malaman mo ung underpowered sa high powered!

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  43. I'm not a fan of these "3rd world" SUVs and pickups dont do it for me, but I don't go around calling those who buy them "bobo" and "ignorante." Do I hate the way some of these people drive, yes. Maybe this is the reason why I don't like these SUVs and pick ups.

    I'm sure they have their own reasons for buying said vehicles. And I'm also sure that for some of us who are fans of, say Subaru WRXs or BMW M3s, other people may perceive us as impractical or "nagsasayang sa pera" then again, we have our own reasons for buying these. Just saying.

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  44. meron na ba official statement kelan dating sa pinas 'to?

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    1. talked to one of the dealership at our province that it will be out around 2nd quarter next year... yet they are not that sure.

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    2. I think most likely last quarter next year pa.

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  45. Ako walng sasakyan pero meron naman sinasakyan puro modelo pa araw man o gabi

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  46. Somebody shared this link on my wall, the comments are hilarious! You see I view cars are just means of transportation, from point A to B, if you know what I mean. Now I know why I see lots of monteros and fortuners and the likes on the road.

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  47. mga bobo ofw wag na kayo umuwi

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  48. Grabe ka talaga mr 3rd world...umalis ka na nga sa pinas at punta ka sa pinapamgarap mong bansa...or padala kita sa kapwa ko seaman at itapon ka n lng sa dagat..

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  49. what is with you people who hates OFW? ENVY? Ala kasi kayo pambili and sila meron? Hahaha

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  50. ayos sa laitan ah! weeeeeeeeee..sobra na yan sa below the belt parang inside the pants na yan...hehehe..hinay hinay lang....Review ng ford everest, OFW, seaman at mga taga bukid...Interesting topic!!!

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  51. You are all wasting your time for nothing. Better think other things to do to make your life better. Arguing with each other for nothing is really a total waste of time.

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  52. Itong mga nagkunyaring matalino n utak take dito n minamaliit ang mga OFW at mga Taga bukid, dapt Brod pagawa ka na ng nitso mo s sementeryo!!!taong tulad mo di dapat paramihin Brod dhl tae na utak mo mtapobre ka pa! Malamang tae mo o take ng iba din pinapakain mo s pamilya mo siguro.ingat ka Brod s mga Banat mo.dami mgbubukid at OFW dito n kaya kang tuntunin kng gustuhin.

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  53. Hope they put tire pressure monitoring and turbo timer on the top variant. This moon/sun roof are useless in my opinion. ill definitely trade my gtv for this. Wag po kayong manlait sa ming mga farmer and ofw. Mas masagana pa kmi kumpara sa inyong taga siyudad.

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    1. Agree with you! They just have miserable lives that is why they are trying to make others miserable as well. Feel sorry for people who has nothing to do but give bad critics to others.

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  54. Nakakalungkot pati kaming ofw nadadamay sa payabangan nyo, ang mga ofw bumibili ng suv para in case mawalan ng trabaho pwede gamiting pampasada , dahil di po permanente ang trabaho namin ganun lang po ka simple at kung tatanungin nyo kami di pala sigurado trabaho mo bat bumili kapa sasakyan.
    Simple lang po its not your fu@#$ng bussiness...

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  55. any updates for the price and availability sa market?

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  56. saludo ako sa mga OFWs particular ang mga kalalakihan dahil sinakripisyo nila ang kanilang precious time na makasama ang kanilang pamilya lalo ang masundan ang paglaki ng kanilang mga anak. nag-sacrifice sila para makapag-pundar, mabigyan ng magandang kinabukasan ang mga anak at makabili ng sasakyan na katas ng kanilang pinagsikapan.ang masakit lang ay hindi nila alam ang pakikipag-sex sa iba ng kanilang mga misis. hindi naman namo-monitor ang mga misis oras-oras kung ano ang ginagawa nila at kung saan sila pumupunta at sino ang kasama nila. aamin ba sila? yung iba nga dito kasama na nila ang mister nila araw-araw pero nagagawa pang mag-motel kasama ang kalaguyo tulad ng video-ng ito:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JR8eg8sdG8

    What more pa kung hindi nila kasama ang mister nila ng isang buwan, 5 buwan, 8 buwan, isang taon or dalawang taon? mas maraming time ang misis na gumawa ng kalokohan at magtaksil tutal hindi naman alam ng mister. madali bumili ng simcard.at kahit kailan hindi sila aamin unless mahuli mo sa akto.

    ka-opisina ko dati may tatlo ng nai-motel na misis ng mga ofw.isang taga caloocan, taga cubao at taga makati. mas marami na siguro syang naikama ngayon kase 5 taon na mula nung umalis ako sa pinagtatrabahuhan namin.

    kaya saludo ako kase tinitiis nila lahat yun at pilit na nilalabanan ang pwedeng mangyari na nakaka-baliw kung totoo man.

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  57. I am an OFW working somewhere in ME. I currently drive a Elantra 170 hp 2.0 6 speed manual, which is taxi lang dito yung base model. My first car was in Philippines a Isuzu Crosswind from my mom. Totoo na oldschool tech na karamihan ng Isuzu. Nung nakapag abroad ako, I learned how much underpowered and mga binibentang kotse satin.

    actually ayoko na tumira sa Pilipinas. There are too much uneducated people hindi lang pag dating sa kotse kundi sa driving. like yung pag hug ng fastlane etc etc.

    Matagal tagal ko din sinubay-bayan mga comments dito kasi may point yung crazy guy. Pero yung nabasa ko yung comment about the OFW's, hindi na ko makapag pigil comment na din ako hehehe.

    kung tatanung ako maganda ba yung isuzu? sagot ko hindi

    kung papipiliin ako:

    I'm looking forward to the 2015 navara.

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  58. I am choosing between the NISSAN X-TRAIL 2.0L 4X2 A/T and the Monterosport GLX 2WD A/T NON-VGT. am gathering info on both for 2 weeks now and there is so much resource available online. However, I saw a ISUZU MU-X over the weekend and wanted to know more. I looked it up online and it looks like a good third candidate vs. these two best sellers. Now, I am studying if I should get the ISUZU MU-X 4X2 LS-A A/T.
    All three are within budget and are just a few thousand pesos apart so the price should be ok. Other decision factors I am considering are as follows:
    1. Performance
    2. Ride quality
    3. Fuel consumption/efficiency
    4. Maintenance costs
    5. Third row comfort
    THANKS GUYS, NEED KO HELP NYO .... tapos ngayon nakita ko pa tong bagong ford everest.

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  59. Hilux. 9 out of 10 terrorists recommend

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  60. kawawa tayong mga farmer nilalait, will anyway will expecting this new everest to come followed by atlas concept f-150 bring it to the phillipines we need for transporting pottatoes and sayote

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  61. Hayaan nyo na kmi OFW kaya namin bumili ng top of the line na SUV o khit ano ksi may pambili. Concern lang ako laging flooding Metro Manila kya pag tyagaan na lang namin mga OFW malalaking SUV.

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  62. Cnu ba yun pa 3rd world2x pa e iisa lng nman mundo natin...
    npka bobo nman nya SOBRA!
    Ingit lng yn kc asian cars sold in southeast asia are getting higher and higher...kahit MAMATAY KA PA wla kng magagawa dahil gusto nila...
    May mga kilala akong foreigner gsto bumili ng mga sasakyan na hindi makikita sa US bcus of the word PRACTICALITY!!!!!!!

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  63. Will you all just please stick to your opinions of the car and not people who buy them? Opinions are neither right nor wrong. I am here to get feedback on the car and not how stupid or wise the buyers are. Gimme a break. People haters of OFW seamen farmers city boys etc. Just talk about the car and comparisons to it. Please.

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  64. I enjoyed reading the comments section more than the article! This is hilarious! Sharing this good laugh to friends! To the hardworking OFWs and country folks, don't mind the stupid remarks. You are modern day heroes! Laugh a little. Cheers guys!

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  65. gud pm po mam sir enge sana ako advice balak po kasi namin bumili ng suv kaso nakita namen na my bago ford everest kaya lang wala pa dito sa pilipinas. so ang plano namen ay hyundai santa fe na lang matic 2.0L montero sports 2.5 gts matic yan po dalawa ? maintenance cost , 3rd row seat , at ung makina po. madami po kasi nag sabi na mas maganda santa fe tawag nga nila king of the road dahil sa lakas at bilis... ano po ba advice nyo ? sama na din po tong ford everest ...

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  66. May point naman talaga yung nagsasabing maraming OFW, especially seamen na hindi marunong pumili ng sasakyan. Hindi magkakaroon ng ganoong image ang mga OFWs kung walang katotohanan. Ignorante talaga ang nakararami sa mga OFW at yun ang katotohanan. Some good examples ng kabobohan nila ay ang mga comments nila dito sa article na ito. As you can see, maraming "OFWs" dito na hindi marunong sa spelling at mali pa ang mga grammar. Just goes to show how their brain works.

    Ngayon kung sasabihin niyong wag na dapat kami makialam sa decision niyong bumili ng lumang AUVs tulad ng crosswind at adventure, ito masasabi ko sa inyo: Putang ina ninyo! Damay damay tayo lahat dahil sa kabobohan niyo! Kung hindi dahil sa inyo, hindi tayo pinagtatawanan ng foreigners at mas mataas sana ang safety standards ng mga sasakyan natin! Pinapakita niyo kasi na ok lang sa inyo na walang ABS at airbags ang mga sasakyan! Isa pa, dagdag din kayo sa polusyon! Wala kayong pinagkaiba sa mga jeepney drivers!

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  67. Ok lang another SUV naman yan try ko ulit. Elantra 2012 na salon namin ok panaman at CRV 2004 luma ayos pa rin.. No problem nanaman basta may pambili tyo. Kanya2 tyo taste at necessity.Matuto tyo mag appreciate bakit yan ang binili nya car dapat matuwa tyo ksi masaya sya yan tlga ang inaasam nya model... ok lang wlang problema yan...peace tyo.. God bless

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  68. sa mga ofw, bili lang kayo ng gusto nyo at wag makinig sa mga naggagalinggalingan....inggit lang yang mga yan at pang hulugan lang ang pera nila. kyo cash! yung sa kanilang kapit na datung bka mio soul lang ang mabile!

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  69. AKALA KO CAR REVIEW ANG SITE NA ITO AT MAKAKATULONG. YABANGAN NG SASAKYAN, INSULTO SA OFW, SQUATTERS, 3RD WORLD SUV'S, PAYAMANAN SANA TUMULONG NA LANG. IF DITO RIN SA PINAS NAKATIRA EH HUWAG NG MAGYABANG DAHIL WALA NAMANG IYAYABANG DAHIL 3RD WORLD OR DEVELOPING NA BA TAYO? PAG NAG DRIVE KA EH DI NAMAN MAGANDA ROAD CONDITION NATIN? MA DRIVE MO BA LAGI HIGH END CARS MO SA TRAFFIC AT SIKIP NG KALYE, PAG BAHA OR ANO MANG MGA SIRA NG KALYE? KUNG SINO TALAGA YUNG RICH AS IN RICH TALAGA WILL NOT SPEND THEIR TIME HERE. SO MAARING UMUNLAD ANG BUHAY NG IBA OR MAY KAYA FAMILY KAYA MATAAS ERE. BUT JUST THE SAME YOU ARE LIVING IN A THIRD WOLD COUNTRY AT PADER LANG ANG PAGITAN NG BAHAY MO SA MAHIRAP. AT I KNOW YOU MIGHT HAVE BEEN IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES BUT DOON YOU ARE JUST A SHIT. HINDI PWEDE PORMA AT YABANG MO SA MAYAYAMAN NILA DIBA? IBANG LEVEL SILA. KAYA MAG TULUNGAN NA LANG OK?

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  70. Sana pati Bronco dalhin ng Ford dito.:)

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  72. any update kung kalian ang release nito sa pinas?

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  73. Ang gagaling pala ng mga tao dto naka encounter na kayo engine na wala na camshaft.

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    1. yes.,,totoo yan may engine n walang camshaft na tinatawag n eco engine or camless hydraulic n yung ng drive through electronic sensor papunta sa fuel pump. last n barko q ganon ang engine.,.,

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  74. Gusto ko biskleta.

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  75. As I have noticed, some of here are commenting not realizing nakaka offend na sila or sadyang nang aasar which are in the sayings kung ano ang ginagawa mo't nakikita sa iba iyun ay reflection lang nang sariling katangian at pag iisip mo, if you see some good and have respect to them then that is what you are, and if you see them bad then your are bad, kung bobo sila then you are the one who is bobo.. first look at yourself of where you are and where you think you should belong.. simpleng kasabihan "pag ayaw mo sa kapaligiran at ayaw mong makita ang mga bagay na ayaw mong makita sa kapaligiran mo eh di umalis ka at lumipat sa lugar na gusto mo at makapag panatag sa kalooban mo" kung ayaw mo ng 3rd world then lumipat ka sa 1st world, kasi kahit ginto ka man sa putikan kung titingnan ikaw ang nagmumukhang tae sa tingin nang pangkalahatan kasi hindi ka marunong gumamit ng talino't yaman mo dahil alam mo na iba ka kesa paligid mo pinipilit mo pa rin ang gusto mo hindi naman bagay sa kinalalagyan mo, kung baga gusto mo kumain ng steak e pumasok ka naman sa pizza hut kasi akala mo class pa rin, unless hindi mo naman pala kaya nag ppretend utak ginto sa tingin pero pag kinilatis peke dahil plated lang pala.... puro dumi lumalabas sa bunganga pati the way magsulat trash lahat.. just get out the place which you think you are not belong.. just simple as that.. if you are really good and intelligent enough.. at kung kaya mo ng mamahaling sasakyan I think mayaman ka din... he he he.. bobo ang taong bumili ng mamahaling gamit na hindi naman angkop sa pangangailangan lalo na sa lugar na pagagamitan... LOL.. if you have clear mentallity...

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    1. Pahabol, for the above OFW din pala ako Seaman kumpara sa mayayabang dyan I think no one here reached the countries as many as seamen's had and in more than 25 years almost 1st world countries they are talking about was just an ordinary place to me and I am an engineer and always updated sa modelo ng sasakyan and other technology, what you are talking here is just the product of carmakers to be introduced here in our country to compete in Philippine market, obviously neither one of you have yet even see and ride in actual of that upcoming car product and yet pagtumira ang iba dyan parang handang pumatay at nabubuwang na sobra pa sa adik you did not even know that there are more better cars to come than what you think is better car you have now.. to tell you we are now living in the world of technology in which advancement will be introduced yearly kaya adik lang ang nabubuwang dahil akala nila nakakasabay na sila, na ang totoo sila lang pala ang naghahabol because they just know only those models which are about to be introduced in the market, in short they are just relying what is publisized and yet lahat hinahamak na.. kaya for me sila yung short minded because they can be programmed para maging buwang thru releasing new techs and advance models which they dont even know kung pagdating dito masusunod ba yung features.. I'll just say please respect everyone's opinion and h'wag mong hamakin ang namumuhay ng matino at magkakatabi lang tayo.. iisang bansang kinalalagyan, if you want to be in 1st world why dont we make effort so that at least we have all tried to be one but not in the way na parang ikaw lang ang mautak..iisipin mo mas matitino pa nga ang sa bukid dahil lahat nilang kinakain puro fresh pati hangin fresh hindi tulad sa syudad maraming bulok at artificial kaya iba dyan adik na... he he he.. lalong fresh air sa dagat at relaxing ang mga alon.. think..

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  76. any idea when will this model be available in the phils?

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  77. Ako po ay 22yrs old at para po sa akin, hindi naman po batayan ang pagiging magaling mo sa wikang Ingles, either verbally or written, para masabing edukado ka at matalino. Bakit nman ang mga Hapon, di man sila marunong mag Ingles, pero maunlad sila. Ang kapalaran ng tao maaari mong guhitin pero kung ano man ang itinakda sayo, ano man ang gawin mo, yun ka sa huli. Kaya hindi porket kayo ay nakaaangat at nakararanas ng ginhawa sa buhay, hindi ibig sabihin nun eh imamaltrato niyo ang iba. Di mo naman ikagwagwapo ang pagkakaroon mo ng sasakyan. Hehe

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    1. sa pinas ka nakatira right? kaya huwag kang managip

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  78. tagal na nito ah hanggang ngayon pa pala gulo parin hehehehe lintik na everest yan nang dahil sau nag kagulo ang mga kumento ng tao, ilabas na ang everest na yan ng makita kung sino may kakayanang bumili sayo hehehe sakto aani na ko ng palay kukuha ako nyan pang hila ng treser ko. : )

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  79. bili nalang kayo ng KARABAW FX maganda yan wlang gasto sa fuel. damo lang ang katapat. Pagmag overheat ibaon mo lang sa canal ok na.... hehehheheh

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  80. wag na mg comment yung walang sasakyan. lalu ng yung bata dyan.,.,bili k muna..,.,hahaha

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  81. Wow, ganda ng bagong everest... Same price lang kaya to sa old everest?.... Cause i was planning to buy a ranger, but when i saw this, eto na lang since may 4x4 din.

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  82. Hay considering this car haha

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  83. Kung hindi bagay yan s mga ofw or mga tga bukid. Bagay kya yan s mga ngcocolcenter? Lol

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  84. Any update on the release of this in the Philippines?

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  85. price update po sa 2.2 diesel MT? tnx

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  86. Visit Manila International Auto Show this coming April 9-12, 2015. World Trade Center, Pasay.

    May display daw ng Everest dun. Pag di nakita on the 1st day of the show... Malamang sa April 12 i-display.

    1.7M lower variant, TOTL nasa 2.2M ayun sa mga haka-haka.

    August or September pa this year "daw" release.

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    1. aray P2.2m! huhuhuhu

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  87. sigi mawala lang ang yaman wag lang ang yabang.
    pataasan na nag ihi...
    wala na tayo sa trend ........kayabangan na...yan ang filipino....proud to be filipino...

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  88. ang bobo naman ng mga gusto sa old engines/model..pero infairness! mas ok parin ang old navara kesa sa bago ngayon when it cmes to design at interior mat.:D back sa topic...gagawa ba ang isang company na bago tapos mas ok pa ang luma! getz??? siguru ang dapat gawin ay bigyan ng proper training ang mga mekaniko kasi majority talaga ngayon ay kulang na sa training, mangagancho pa! now i need yur opinion.. FJ or the new Everest? kasi ilang gabi na ako di nakakatulog! bwiset! :D :D :D

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  89. We are just expressing Ideas and information about cars, if you have something to contribute na makakatulong sa iba- well and good. pero di na tayo mag underestimate pa ng mga tao coming from squatters, OFW and Taga-bukid. Take note the AYALAs were also Taga bukid...mga Asendero ng Davao...mga magsasaka...nagsimula sa pagiging mahirap. Mga taong milyonaryo pero simple lang umayos

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  90. Ang dami palang MAYAYABANG dito. Kung maka-comment parang ang daming alam. i suggest, Share something na lang ng mga bagay na makakatulong sa kapwa niyo dito- hindi yong puro kahambogan. Ang bibig nyo talaga..Napaka-illiterate kung makapagsalita.

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  91. Sir, kailan kya lalabas yung bagong everest? Ksi i was thinking of acquiring a montero sport. Kng lalabas this year, bka maantay ko pa. Tnks!

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  92. Ford Ph said you can cue to reserve for the all new Everest. Release perhaps would be mid this year...sana earlier.. price range at entry would be higher than the new Escape so about 1.8-2.0Mil. Pwede n daw po mag pa reserve. Bring your cash or cheque book. So all in including chattel mortgage, etc etc would come to about 2Mil on the entry level, lower than the Explorer... so this really depends on the need. After service is always a challenge to Ford but since you can buy this car you can always pay petrol to drive to the casa you bought it. If you are staying outside any metropolis and really rural ( outside NCR, CaLabarzon, Cebu, Davao,) then try to buy a car from the nearest car dealer regardless of brand, or you can always move it to buy a new house/condo near Ford in BGC, Alabang, StaRosa, Batangas, San Pablo and our Cebu... the choice is yours, regardles of what other people say, kasi pera mo yan,.wala kaming pakialam at magagawa kung ano gusto mo gawin dyan..okay? so next time, stop asking questions and just @#$%%& do it and buy the damn car!!

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  93. I hope the selling price of Ford Everest is competitive with it's counterparts in Mitsubishi Montero and Toyota Fortuner. I am a mistubishi boy in the 1990s until 2000's but right now, their models don't do so well in the market save for Montero. I hope the can keep this one at the range of 1.3M to 1.8M. If this comes out where the entry level will cost 1.8M (based on the estimates), I shall buy Subaru Forester instead

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