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Old 03-12-09, 11:02 AM
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Is there any 1 who owns a Daihatsu Terios I need some help!
Are they reliable and good 4x4s?
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You got all the answers in the Suzuki Section

Yes, they are good and reliable.

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Old 15-12-09, 01:17 PM
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Yep, not bad vehicles. I own the lwb 4x4 that my wife adores. Could use a few extra hp, but she does 120km/h easily, 5 people and a trailer. Engine just sounds noisy. Just under 15000k's on the clock so no troubles yet. The dealer that I bough the vehicle a idiots, but the service centre (in Stikland/Cape Town) are fantastic. I mainly use here to tow my quad trailer, so bad gravel roads and sand are no problem. Haven't been bundu bashing yet, so cant. I am buying a GWM Hover Dci 4x4 next year for R265 000 for myself as the wife uses the Terios. You just loses a lot of retail value on the Terios. Its a year old and no one are willing to give me more that R150 000. The wife at least are happy as we are keeping it.
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Old 15-12-09, 05:38 PM
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Hi,

The Terios also comes in a special offroad version. Quite a bit more power, ground clearance and a whole buch of extras that are realy good value compared to the standard 4x4.

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Old 06-05-10, 11:24 AM
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I own a 2003 Terios I. The most surprising little car when it gets off the beaten track. It's got reasonable ground clearance, and excellent sand driving capabilities for a softroader. I've even attempted limited inclines with loose rocks, and it performed reasonable considering it's a "softie"
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What's it like during day to day driving and on the open road? I've read that it can be quite bouncy and uncomfortable.

What's your average fuel consumption in town?
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Smile Terios eienaar

Aan die Terios eienaars,ek ry self 'n 2000 Terios met omtrent 245000kms op sy klok en
stil going strong.Omrede hy so klein is sien ek kans om enige plek met hom te ry en bygesÍ
sien ons klein outjies kans vir die groot 4x4's

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My Swambo het nou ook haar hart gesit op 'n Terios AWD so die huiswerk moet nou gedoen word vir ons 2de 4x4. Hy is egter die kar wat die beter brandstofverbruik moet gee want hy gaan daagliks die verste ry, omtrent 40km.

Dit klink darem of daar positiewe bydraes deur die hul eienaars is.

Ek is geinteresseerd in 'n 2006 model, 94000km 1300 vir R 109 000.00 Die prys klink egter 'n rapsie hoog vir my. Ek het 'n 2002 en 2003 modelle opgespoor met minder kilos vir ongeveer R 75 000.00

Klink hierdie pryse omtrent reg?

Blykbaar moet hulle omtrent 13 km/liter gee?

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I own a 98 Terios.
Struggled a bit to keep up at the beginning but that was taken care of with a few mods.
The main problem with them is to get traction over serios axle twisters with one front and one rear wheel losing grip due to no rear diff locks.
Can be fixed with about R9,000 and a decent set of tyres.
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Old 19-05-10, 04:35 PM
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What mods did you do for the R9000?
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My Swambo het nou ook haar hart gesit op 'n Terios AWD so die huiswerk moet nou gedoen word vir ons 2de 4x4. Hy is egter die kar wat die beter brandstofverbruik moet gee want hy gaan daagliks die verste ry, omtrent 40km.
Dit klink darem of daar positiewe bydraes deur die hul eienaars is.
Ek is geinteresseerd in 'n 2006 model, 94000km 1300 vir R 109 000.00 Die prys klink egter 'n rapsie hoog vir my. Ek het 'n 2002 en 2003 modelle opgespoor met minder kilos vir ongeveer R 75 000.00
Klink hierdie pryse omtrent reg?
Blykbaar moet hulle omtrent 13 km/liter gee?
Nico, Ja die prys klink omtrent reg vir daardie jaarmodel.Myne gee my so ongeveer 14km/liter wat nie sleg is nie.Sal goed wees om van die ander Terios
eienaars te hoor wat nou al lank reeds hul voertuie gebruik.
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Old 20-05-10, 11:52 AM
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You can get a LSD or a rear diff-lock for between R6,500 and R9,000 fitted, but I must clarrify that I'm only fitting that the end of June. I fitted M/T 215/75/15 at the beginning of this month and it's amazing what they can do.
I,m waiting for Scooby doo to get back to me in regards to wether it is worth adding such an exspensive mod, seeing as his is fitted with a LSD.
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Any pictures of your modified Terios's??

Can you replace the 1.3 engine in the first gen with a Toyota 1.6??

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We replaced Swambo's Megane (excellent car!!) with a 2010 Terios 4x4 for the simple reason that we needed an alternative to the Terracan for weekend driving on back (dirt) roads and the not so serious off the beaten track driving. Swambo also drives a company car so I have the luxury of using the Terios for my every driving where it averages 7.5 - 8.5 L / 100km. We replace the standard 215 / 65 tyres with 235 / 60 's and I mjust admit that the ride is very smooth. If people complaines about bumpiness it is because of over inflated tyres. The off road ability is also very good for this type of vehicle. It is fitted with a solid rear axle which gives good articulation and with the centre diff lock it can surprise you off road. That is however not our main application for this vehicle - the Terracan will be used for the real off road expeditions. The Terios has the least warranty claims of any vehicle and yes it is in fact a Toyota - it is just marketed here as a Daihatsu !!
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I assume it does have low-range?

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Nee, geen lowrange, only a lock that split the 4x4 50/50

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Can some one convince me not to sell the V8( starting to give me a headacke) and buying a terios?

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Have you looked at a Jimny?
If you're used to the off-road ability of a Landy, the Terios is going to frustrate you.

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I did think of the jimny, but damn its small. I am sure my wifes quad has got the same wheel base. I am driving futher to work the past few months and the fuel is going to kill me. I know I have to scale down on capabilities, but all comes with a price. If I can just finish a trail of a rating of about 3/5 with no damage I'll be happy.

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Het enige van julle manne al n "roof top tent" en daai klas van dinge op n Terios gesit?
Ek sal graag wil weet of dit doenbaar sal kan wees!

My vrou het haar hart op n Suzuki SX4 verloor, so ekt maar so 1ne vir haar gekry (Baie bakgat kar) Ek ry mos nog n Company kar maar dinge sal dalk so uitwerk dat ek tog vir my my eie kar ryding moet koop...
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Ek het op 'n tyd 'n rooftop tent oorweeg vir my Terios. Ek het egter 'n bed agter in gebou van opslaan. Met die voorste sitplekke en ruglenings heel vorentoe, slaan die bed plat en dan kan ek en SWAMBO agter slaap (ons is altwee kortg.tte).

Bed bestaan uit plywood en high density foam wat oorgetrek is.
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Platvark, waar sit julle dan julle begasie?? Jy weet mos as mens weg gaan en SWAMBO gaan saam dan is daar BAIE begasie.
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Mag,

By die voetenend het ek 'n "brug" gebou. Ons voete pas onder die brug in as ons slaap. Op die brug is daar plek vir 3 kratte waarin die braaigoed, kos en klere inpas.

Ek het ook 'n dakrak wat ek kan opsit maar ek gebruik hom nie meer nie. Het die naweek by Sabie gaan kamp en die bed het lekker gewerk. Ons is eintlik nie kampers nie maar net slapers. Ons ry heeldag en die middag sal ons by die kampplek aankom, tafel en stoele uitlaat, braai en slaap. Volgende oggend weer in die pad na die volgende plek toe.

Om jou 'n idee te gee van hoe die Terios ingerig is:
Agter die bestuurder se sitplek lÍ die gasbottel.
Agter SWAMBO is die braairooster en 'n klein braaitjie.
Agter die brug staan 'n opvoutafel regop.
Agter die tafel is vier klein opvoustoeltjies.
Langs die "brug" is daar plek vir ekstra sakke klere, haardroeers, gesig beplak goeters, ekstra pare skoene, houertjies met hangertjies, ringe, oorbelle ens (alles vir SWAMBO).
Die 3 kratte, tafel en stoele word deur rekke vasgehou.

Die hele opset maak dit ook maklik om langs die pad gou die gasbottel uit te haal, water te kook en koffie te maak.

As ek eendag uitvind hoe om fotos op die forum te sit, sal ek wys wat ek gedoen het.
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Can some one convince me not to sell the V8( starting to give me a headacke) and buying a terios?
Ja, I have bought a Terios 4x4 for SWAMBO. Very economical and reliable and enjoyable to drive - I am recommending it!

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Om jou 'n idee te gee van hoe die Terios ingerig is:
Agter die bestuurder se sitplek lÍ die gasbottel.
Agter SWAMBO is die braairooster en 'n klein braaitjie.
Agter die brug staan 'n opvoutafel regop.
Agter die tafel is vier klein opvoustoeltjies.
Langs die "brug" is daar plek vir ekstra sakke klere, haardroeers, gesig beplak goeters, ekstra pare skoene, houertjies met hangertjies, ringe, oorbelle ens (alles vir SWAMBO).
Die 3 kratte, tafel en stoele word deur rekke vasgehou.
Sonder fotos beteken dit nie veel nie!!
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Ja ek stem saam ek soek fotos ook Fotos!! Maar ek moet se dit "klink" baie goed, al wat my pla is dat ek altyd goed soek en ek is bevrees ek gaan my goed verloor daar binne...
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Hi there.

Here are the pictures. This is bed version 2.0. It is a little bid wider at the front than the previous one, and with the doors closed there are just about no gap at the side. Underneath the bed is the gas bottle and on the other side of the bed is a small portable braaier and grid.

Also included is the two foldout chairs, 4 smaller chairs that also get used as tables and the big table. Next to the "bridge" there are also place for odds and ends. Clothes get packed under and in front of the bridge when driving.

Took it to Lekkerrus for a few days and it worked really great. I have tried the tent idea but I still prefer to sleep in the vehicle. You don't get wet, blown away and it is much less work.

One drawback is that when sleeping some of the stuff have to stay outside, like the chairs and tables, but that is a risk that I am willing to take. Maybe I will chain all the outside stuff to the car during the night.

I like to travel light, and this is as light as I can go with everything I need.
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Hello julle,

Ek het sopas 4 nuwe Yokohama Goelanders A/T wiele vir my Terios bestel. Was dit 'n goeie besluit?
Anybody that used these tires before? I wanted to go for the Dunlop Grant Trek AT 3's but there is no stock in the whole of south africa.
My original Grand Treks ST20's only got 42,000km on, and is already due..
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Can some one convince me not to sell the V8( starting to give me a headacke) and buying a terios?
Ask yourself what you want to do with the vehicle. If serious trail busting is required, you will frustrate yourself. However, if you want to get to all the nice places do the trails (with escape routes) the Terios is your option. Light on fuel, very very capable, good resale value, and relatively and generally good fun to drive (even more so than the Forester). I would go for the 4x4 auto model, ad the lift kitt and the freeflow exhaust. It will increase the power, and clearance, and the torque converter of teh auto box eliminates the clutch (slipping in tough scenarios) and compensates to an extent for not having lowrange.

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Bought the wife a LWB 4x4 Terios a year back for around R230 000 new. I had the option to buy a new car (Land Rover) and thought about trading the Terios in. The wife was not happy, but we kept teh car on the end. Every one including Daihatsu gave us a pethatic trade in. We would loose around a R100 000 in 6 month so it does not have a great trade in value. Good use a little bit more power (as always) but still avery nice car. More packing space than the short wheelbase and so far nothing whent wrong. Has around 38 000km on the clock. Some play in the back diff, but not much. Does 120km/h easily, but does not get 10km/l. Never did so far. Very nice on sand and dirt road. Could use better shocks as the damping could be better. Maybe look at GWM Hover for a few buck more if you need the 4x4 and better packing space. Do not know about the service back up and resale will probably be bad as well. of the GWM. Will rather buy a terios seccondhand and go for the off road version if you can find one.
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wow good news...
I am a little shocked with the fuel consumption you are getting. If you are battling to get 10km/l, do you you have lead foot? My Forester XT (190kw) gives me 10km on average and a little better if I stay around 120-130kph.

I looked for a Terrios a while back and could not find one for a decent price. (if only they retailed for -R100k when they were 6 months old) This just shows that the the stealers are bliksems! They want to offer peanuts to sell the car at retail, which realistically should still be pretty close to new, less perhaps R30k or so.

Ive always wondered. If they have the dealer guide booklets and people are not abiding by that, by offering you -100k on your car, why dont they retail the car -100k under the retail price?

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