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    Quote Originally Posted by coetzer94 View Post
    Wys jou net hoe verloor die fords waarde, jy is tegnies die eerste eienaar en hy het klaar R180k se waarde verloor.

    Ek persoonlik weet nie van enige ander bakkie as die hilux waar 2de handse kar dealerships bereid is om jou meer as boekwaarde aan te bied vir die bakkie nie. Uit ondervinding met Toyota is dit die enigste brand waar jy dit regkry.
    Dit het niks te doen met waarde verloor nie.

    As n voertuig as n handelaar se demo gebruik word vind daar elke maand depresiasie plaas. Die Ranger het net meer/ langer gedepresieer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tman21 View Post
    I tend to disagree with you somewhat. You pay 600K for a car it should be comfortable, safe, luxurious and exceed all your expectations. (like an Amarok or Wildtrak)



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    Dis hoekom ek gese het "buy clever" . . . Ek het 180K onder boek betaal vir 'n 2020 4x4 met 7800km op die klok. My voertuig is verseker vir 200K meer as wat ek skuld. Ek dink in die opsig het ek my huiswerk gedoen en ek is veilig.

    Net soos op die Hilux, ek het slim gekoop en die bakkie verkoop vir R9 000 meer as wat ek betaal het en in die transaksie slegs R6000 verloor nadat ek die middelman asook die klein som rente betaal het.
    Daar is altyd goeie deals daar buite.
    Klink vir my soos 'n kroegstorie daai. As dit nie was vir my kniegbesering nie, het ek vir die springbokke uitgedraf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coetzer94 View Post
    Wys jou net hoe verloor die fords waarde, jy is tegnies die eerste eienaar en hy het klaar R180k se waarde verloor.

    Ek persoonlik weet nie van enige ander bakkie as die hilux waar 2de handse kar dealerships bereid is om jou meer as boekwaarde aan te bied vir die bakkie nie. Uit ondervinding met Toyota is dit die enigste brand waar jy dit regkry.

    Ook verkeerd.
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    Lol I am just surprised that you guys would defend these kinda prices - clearly way out of my tax bracket but nice bakkie indeed. Maybe in 15 years, i'd be able to afford one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWM View Post
    Ook verkeerd.
    Iemand moet die qwerty trolle voer.

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    Wow, baie belangstelling in hierdie duur bakkie van mense wat nie belangstel nie.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacoE View Post
    Wow, baie belangstelling in hierdie duur bakkie van mense wat nie belangstel nie.....
    Hierdie is niks... jy moet kyk hoe lyk die "Is This It thread" van die nuwe Defender van al die mense wat nie belangstel of wil koop nie ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDisco View Post
    Hierdie is niks... jy moet kyk hoe lyk die "Is This It thread" van die nuwe Defender van al die mense wat nie belangstel of kan koop nie ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacoE View Post
    Wow, baie belangstelling in hierdie duur bakkie van mense wat nie belangstel nie.....
    Mens kan seker maar jou opinie lig as jy wil of mag mens net op iets comment as jy belang stel on dit te koop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDisco View Post
    Hierdie is niks... jy moet kyk hoe lyk die "Is This It thread" van die nuwe Defender van al die mense wat nie belangstel of wil koop nie ;-)
    the difference is we don't comment on appliance threads, we leave that to the wimmin folk.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWM View Post
    of mag mens net op iets comment as jy belang stel on dit te koop?
    Jy mag ook nie comment as jy nie een tans besit nie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Jy mag ook nie comment as jy nie een tans besit nie.
    Dan gaan ek nooit hier mag comment nie. Laat die vrouens maar verder klets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWM View Post
    Dan gaan ek nooit hier mag comment nie. Laat die vrouens maar verder klets.
    Comment julle ouens nie op die oomblik hier nie?

    Ons graan drink maar 'n castle light saam dan kan ons dit vrou tot vrou bespreek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    Comment julle ouens nie op die oomblik hier nie?

    Ons graan drink maar 'n castle light saam dan kan ons dit vrou tot vrou bespreek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    Comment julle ouens nie op die oomblik hier nie?

    Ons graan drink maar 'n castle light saam dan kan ons dit vrou tot vrou bespreek.
    Rather a Castle 0%, then I can also take part in that conversation and Uber all home to ďdie manne wie die broeke draĒ (hope that came out correct)... LOL

    Ja nee, yussus, R850k is heavy, like R650k for a Golf... Then again if you have it, the $$$, can afford it and want it, enjoy the new Hilux. Itís flippen nice...
    Just donít have 1 too many Castles or Klippies and take it swimming in deep water to show all that it can... Thatís just dom... LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tman21 View Post
    Hatred is putting it Mildly. . .

    On 27 May i took delivery of a brand new Legend 50 4x2 Auto. It had 3km on the clock. Looks amazing (outside) and smelled nice and thats about it.

    The drive is shocking, I read that their braking performance was not the best but it was terrible. Infotainment (or at least the lack theroff) is a joke. Asking around for suspension advice just to be told you have to do your daily drive with "gooi net 2 sakke revier sand of sement, niemand sal dit steel nie"

    Im not a brand whore and I rather shop for best bang for my buck. A possible immigration on hand and Toyota's famous resale value I thought Id give the Hilux a go after being forced to replace my beloved Amarok.

    I actively tried to sell the Legend after 10 days of ownership, it took 6 weeks and 4600km later to finally get rid of it.

    I found a massive bargain and I now drive my first 4x4 in Wldtrak guise, if you think Toyota driver take flack think again, ive never seen so many ford memes and videos since taking delivery of my Wildtrak.

    I have previously owned a 3.0 Auto BT-50, 2019 Amarok, 2020 Legend and now the 2020 Wildtrak, i can tell you hands down ill take the 2009 BT50 over the legend 50 any day and rather deal with repairs and maintenance than a big installment for a vehicle that is simply not woth it.
    Thats my experience and yours might be different which is also ok.

    As for the gearbox. . . Im not the only one that compained about it and the end product has several different contributing factors that influences refinement and overall feel. Im hoping the Dmax gets it right and there is the slighest chance that the "New Hilux" can have an improved feel due to the new engine characteristics.
    Does not makes sense. You were in love with an Amarok. You get rid of it and buy a Hilux. Then you buy a Ford. Maybe I miss something, maybe you should have bought an Amarok again.
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    Ai

    JLK is one of those Toyota, BF's and John Deer kinda guys... I probably could even predict what he drinks and what his favorite meal is. and anything outside of his comfort zone is from the devil
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Does not makes sense. You were in love with an Amarok. You get rid of it and buy a Hilux. Then you buy a Ford. Maybe I miss something, maybe you should have bought an Amarok again.
    I bought the Hilux with a possible immigration on the cards (resale and all).

    The reason I could not come to terms with replacing the Amarok with an Amarok was purely the fact that they are silly expensive at the moment. When I bought mine on black Friday i got 130k discount. Long story short to buy the exact same vehicle I wouldve had to pay 100k more than I paid for the first deal. Taking into consideration the vehicle I wrote off had already been paid for 14 months the difference in what I owed wouldve increased by 200k.

    As ive mentioned its a numbers game when it comes to buying a vehicle as I refuse to take a hiding when I want or need to get rid of it.


    Look my comments are due to my bad experience with the Legend 50 Security Spec bakkie I owned but as AK said. If you got the bucks and it tickles your fancy do as you please.

    Just be lekker regardless of which bakkie you choose with your earnings.

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    Wow my Legend 45 2.5 cost R400 K as a retirement vehicle in 2015 when I was to retire @ 65 ..now nearly 70 and still working 42000 on the Clock (Thank you Covid ) I will have to keep it until I am 95 as there is no more money for another vehicle in this lifetime ..Thank goodness its a Hilux and will see me through

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Betts View Post
    Wow my Legend 45 2.5 cost R400 K as a retirement vehicle in 2015 when I was to retire @ 65 ..now nearly 70 and still working 42000 on the Clock (Thank you Covid ) I will have to keep it until I am 95 as there is no more money for another vehicle in this lifetime ..Thank goodness its a Hilux and will see me through
    Hi Peter Betts,
    Youíre 70 years young and strong like a Hilux (Legend 45) Iím certain :-). Or should I say Tougher-er :-)
    Good choice there in retirement vehicle.
    Imagine a person retiring today at 65? He/She will have to fork out +-55% more for the equivalent, the Legend 50 at R660k (and itís at the reduced cost as itís an outgoing model), give or take some. A little less if you compare to the 2.4 though then not a ďLegendĒ.
    No need to compare to the incoming Hilux model prices. The numbers will make my heart weak... lol. Again, my opinion again, itís flippen nice and better serve me a cold coke whenever I need also for that kinda money (and thatís why I donít get one served to me... lol)
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