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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Hello all, apologies if I missed this in the thread. Iím getting a 2.4 GD6 DC with nothing done to it. I would like to add 4x rated recovery points and 4x hi-lift jack points. I wonít be towing so would prefer to not go the replacement bumper / towbar route. My previous Hilux (now stolen) had front runner rocksliders with Hi lift jack points and an Onca towbar with recovery points and hilift jack points. I never figured out front recovery points. Does anyone have any advice to fit recovery and hi lift jack points with as few changes as possible? Many TIA

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Been through this thread a few times (+ the one from Uys).

    I cannot see any serious complaints from 2.4 SRX DC owners?

    Seriously considering to sign for a 2.4 SRX DC 4x4 Auto...
    Pieter le Roux

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    You wont be sorry.

    I regret selling mine almost every day.

    There is a 2.4 in my future again, that I am 100% sure of.

    Im hoping the new face lift 2.4 E/cab comes in 4x4 now.
    Toyota Fortuner 2.8 GD-6 4x4 Auto

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Redman View Post
    Been through this thread a few times (+ the one from Uys).

    I cannot see any serious complaints from 2.4 SRX DC owners?

    Seriously considering to sign for a 2.4 SRX DC 4x4 Auto...
    I have the manual and my FIL has the auto, both are awesome vehicles, I can't complain at all. I am very happy with every aspect of it, accept Toyota's typical shenanigans.

    The auto is nice, its an easier drive, guys do complain about the gears jumping around sometime, but I havent really noticed it in my FIL's SRX

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    I've driven quite a few of the auto's and cannot complain... I've got one friend who doesn't like his auto but he drives it like a "mik en druk".

    Taking Swambo there on Monday to have a look at will then decide/sign
    Pieter le Roux

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    You won't regret buying one Pieter .............. just do it!
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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Okay, really impressed with Toyota Centurion (Bidvest).

    As usual I've received a long list of extras they would like to upsell. Only one catches my eye

    6 Year/ unlimited kmís warranty: +-R185 p/m (as to the Toyota 3 year / 100'000km). This seams like a good deal?
    Pieter le Roux

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Redman View Post
    Okay, really impressed with Toyota Centurion (Bidvest).

    As usual I've received a long list of extras they would like to upsell. Only one catches my eye

    6 Year/ unlimited kmís warranty: +-R185 p/m (as to the Toyota 3 year / 100'000km). This seams like a good deal?
    All I can say is do not support any Barlow World Branch as they are targeting the dumping of white staff specifically as part of their retrenchment plans.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Redman View Post
    Okay, really impressed with Toyota Centurion (Bidvest).

    As usual I've received a long list of extras they would like to upsell. Only one catches my eye

    6 Year/ unlimited kmís warranty: +-R185 p/m (as to the Toyota 3 year / 100'000km). This seams like a good deal?
    Spare wheel lock...spare wheel lock.....spare wheel lock

    Did I say spare wheel lock?
    Toyota Fortuner 2.8 GD-6 4x4 Auto

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Hi All.

    Please help me here with good advice before I make a mistake with the decision to take a motor plan or not.

    I am buying a 2020 SRX 4X4 DC. I am close to retirement and the intention will be to use this vehicle for 20 years at least if things go according to plan.

    The vehicle has 10Kkm on the clock.

    I can get a 8 year unlimited extended warrantee for a bit less than R10 000 before VAT. Is this the maximum one can get? I believe for that money you buy "gemoedsrus". Is this the best on offer and what would typically not be included here?

    The one item I really need to get my head around is to take a extended service plan or not. 10 Year/200 Kkm for R45 000 excluding VAT. My guess is I will do max 12 000 km per year but probably a little less.

    Here are my questions as I have never used a service plan before.

    What is excluded from the service plan or is everything included?

    Given the price is it a good price or not?

    Will I save money by taking the motorplan or is it cheaper to pay cash for each service?

    This is taxable or not as I will claim business km's?

    What have I missed which I should consider?

    Thanks Johan
    Last edited by JK1; 2020/09/28 at 06:20 PM.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Sorry meant 12 000km per year.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Take the extended warranty leave the service plan.
    FJC - Just Cruising

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Thanks Dirtshark.

    Any particular reason? I am asking to understand

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    I really need help please and would appreciate some advice or comments please. specifically with regards to the motorplan.

    Thanks Johan

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Will leave the motorplan as your vehicle has a 9year/90 000 k's service plan and with my previous 3 Hilux's there was no maintenance items under 100 000 k's and the only thing I had to replace was a switch for the remote open and lock of the vehicle for a few hundred bucks. This is quite reliable vehicles. Not even brakes to be replaced. So will take the chance on motorplan except if the vehicle give problems from the start and then you can still buy it or get rid of the vehicle.


    2016 Hilux 2.8 GD6 4x4 Dc
    2021 Bushlapa Kewer 2480

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    If you want a fancy bakkie with luxuries, buy the 2.8.

    If you want a bakkie that will get the job done, every time, with no frills and fuss, buy the 2.4.

    3 ton a 1.3 ton trailer.


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    It just keeps working flawlessly.
    Everything is a hammer.
    Unless it is a screw driver.

    Then it it a chisel.

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Thanks for the replies so far Millie and Uys .Agreed that is why I am buying the 2.4 Uys. Well suited for my needs

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by rehcram View Post
    Hello all, apologies if I missed this in the thread. Iím getting a 2.4 GD6 DC with nothing done to it. I would like to add 4x rated recovery points and 4x hi-lift jack points. I wonít be towing so would prefer to not go the replacement bumper / towbar route. My previous Hilux (now stolen) had front runner rocksliders with Hi lift jack points and an Onca towbar with recovery points and hilift jack points. I never figured out front recovery points. Does anyone have any advice to fit recovery and hi lift jack points with as few changes as possible? Many TIA
    Any updates on this??
    Sam
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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

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    Default Re: The 2.4 Hilux Revo SRX GD-6 Double Cab Thread

    Happiness is ................. a new Hilux
    Congratulations Pieter
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