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    Quote Originally Posted by Richsav730 View Post
    Quote from agents to replace clutch Fortuner 4x4 R17200.
    BS I can show you the invoice for a manual 4x4 @ R6,200.... What is everything on that quote?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacoE View Post
    BS I can show you the invoice for a manual 4x4 @ R6,200.... What is everything on that quote?
    Dealer 1 is nie dealer 2. Pryse verskil hemelsbreed van een na ander (ongeag fabrikaat)

    Ek het vir my 180 000 km diens wuotes gekry van R2600 to R5800.

    Ek twyfel of pryse oor die groot 5 fabrikate vreeslik kan verskil, hulle weet wat die een langsaan kos...

    N clutchvervanging kan kos van R5000 tot R20 000

    Dieselfde bakkie kan nuut kos van R180 000 tot R235 000, hang af by watter dealer...
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    Miskien moet ons Nissan manne 'n databasis van waar parte billik beskikbaar is begin saamstel.. . Ek herinner my aan 'n forum lid wat vir my 'n as vir my Navara vir duisende rande minder as die agent kon aanbied. Selfde produk, nie "grys"... So het ek ook 'n baie beter prys op 'n meganisme in die stuurkolom bekom deur bietjie rond te snuffel.
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    Buy the Navara Auto. No clutch and easy on the rest of the drivetrain. And then you have a hand free to hold SWAMBO's leg. Problem solved!

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    Netso Marius, ek het een maar ons moet behoorlik oorhang na mekaar toe so baie ruimte het die Navara,... Nog 'n pluspunt bo ander double cabs
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    http://www.wheels24.co.za/News/Car-p...icles-20151014

    Crossovers
    1 Toyota Fortuner 3.0 D-4D - R77 413
    2 Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi - R92 992
    3 Toyota Rav4 2.2 D-4D - R97 708

    Double cabs:
    1 Tata Xenon - R58 527
    2 Toyota Hilux Raider - R85 986
    3 GWM Steed 6 - R89 437

    Single cabs
    1 Nissan NP 200 - R47 026
    2 Nissan NP 300 Hardbody - R49 314
    3 Chevrolet Ute 1.4 Club - R59 096
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacoE View Post
    http://www.wheels24.co.za/News/Car-p...icles-20151014

    Crossovers
    1 Toyota Fortuner 3.0 D-4D - R77 413
    2 Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi - R92 992
    3 Toyota Rav4 2.2 D-4D - R97 708

    Double cabs:
    1 Tata Xenon - R58 527
    2 Toyota Hilux Raider - R85 986
    3 GWM Steed 6 - R89 437

    Single cabs
    1 Nissan NP 200 - R47 026
    2 Nissan NP 300 Hardbody - R49 314
    3 Chevrolet Ute 1.4 Club - R59 096


    Bwaaaahahahaaaa!!! Crossover!!!!! He He He!!!!!

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    JacoE you just posted the top three.
    heres a list that includes the navara.


    DOUBLE CABS
    Tata Xenon 2.2 DLE 4x2 - R42 123.70 - 18.44%
    Toyota Hilux 3.0 D-4D Raider - R70 594.10 - 18.56%
    Mazda BT 50 3.0 CRDi SLE - R66 504.90 - 18.74%
    Ford Ranger 2.2 TDCi HP XLS - R65 513.71 - 19.70%
    Isuzu KB 300 D-TEC LX - R75 232.56 - 20.57%
    GWM Steed 5 2.5 TCi - R46 743.46 - 20.96%
    VW Amarok 2.0 BiTDi 4Mo - R95 445.96 - 22.76%
    Nissan Navara 2.5 DCi LE - R95 875.84 - 24.77%

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    sorry I have to add the list is from 2012.
    so it might be a little outdated but I think we get the idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocin View Post
    JacoE you just posted the top three.
    heres a list that includes the navara.

    I did yes, I just copied the article.





    I wanted to spare them the news...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocin View Post
    sorry I have to add the list is from 2012.
    so it might be a little outdated but I think we get the idea
    The 2015 figures are on his website, from the link.

    http://www.kinseyreport.co.za/
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    Very happy with my platpens, if you don't mind getting your teeth rattled out on a dirt road, get the Hilux.

    Personally, I don't like the idea of driving to work and seeing at least 10 Hiluxes on the way. Same reason I don't like a Glock, boring.

    Spite everyone and get an Isuzu, great on dirt roads, good looks, off road, parts, ticks all the boxes.

    The rest has already been discussed, on a newer vehicle, parts are going to be expensive regardless of brand. Get an extended warranty for some peace of mind on potential breakages, it's not going to cover everything, but can assist.

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    Look at the newest figures..
    Its only the body parts and bumpers where the Navara is more costly than the Hilux..

    Mechanically, most of the parts are cheaper at Nissan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew bin Achmet View Post
    Look at the newest figures..
    Its only the body parts and bumpers where the Navara is more costly than the Hilux..

    Mechanically, most of the parts are cheaper at Nissan...
    En wie betaal vir body parts? Ek of versekering?

    En wie betaal vir meganiese parte? Ek.

    Ek kies liewers dat meganiese party wat vir my rekening is, goedkoper is, en laat my gewone versekering bodyparts betaal...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    En wie betaal vir body parts? Ek of versekering?

    En wie betaal vir meganiese parte? Ek.

    Ek kies liewers dat meganiese party wat vir my rekening is, goedkoper is, en laat my gewone versekering bodyparts betaal...

    Presies. Die afdelings van die verslag wat relevant is, is Afdeling A en B.
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    If you're buying second-hand, I don't believe the premium you pay for the Toyota is justified. I exploited this with the Nissan by buying a model one year old at R65,000 less than the price of a new model (4 years ago). For a Hilux this price difference was R20,000. One can buy a lot of parts with the difference in the price.

    On the other hand, if you're going to buy new with the aim of selling it again in the future, you'll get a better sales price on the Toyota.
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    The days of toyota parts being readily available and cheap are long gone people. Yes, nissan has always had poor inventory and prices of parts and servicing a notch higher than other manufacturers , but these have all seemed to level out to some degree in recent years. No vehicle dealerships are carrying massive inventory anymore, sign of the economic times. Example: Land Cruiser 105 snapping CV's, common, no stock in South Africa, 8 week wait before arrival. Pathetic. so what,you cant drive your 105 for at least 2 months, even though its actually a common issue with these vehicles.

    All car company's have these issues... as far as how long a vehicle will last though,... thats a different story....

    Depends on many things,.. diver style, terrain, environment (humidity/ dry), multiple drivers, application, towing... it all adds up.

    A family member who is a Geologist and works on mines all over the place has a Navara with over 400 000km on it, same 2.5TD motor unopened.

    My dad had a D4D with Zero issues going on 300 000km

    However, i know of navaras and D4d that have shat themselves within 125 000km,... so it depends.

    The dark horse here, and absolute legend of reliability , is Isuzu. The only make trucks, and they know how to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Kellermann View Post

    The dark horse here, and absolute legend of reliability , is Isuzu. The only make trucks, and they know how to do it.
    Not on engines though.....

    Very high rate on 2.5 engine failure around here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musashi View Post

    On the other hand, if you're going to buy new with the aim of selling it again in the future, you'll get a better sales price on the Toyota.
    I don't agree, you pay more for the Toyota to start with. it's all relative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawker View Post
    I don't agree, you pay more for the Toyota to start with. it's all relative.
    Only if you consider the XE model. From their web sites:

    Nissan Navara LE 4x4: R524k
    Nissan Navara XE 4x4: R439k
    Toyota Hilux 3.0 D4D 4x4: 523k
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