Any reason why you'd buy Nissan Sulphy 2014 over Toyota Premio 2014?

Teddy_time

Village Elder
#6
I hear Toyotas are a bit expensive because of the company's reputation.

Is it really a better deal to Nissan Sulphy?
Check the particular year and model you wanna buy and search online to see if they had any issues. Check also the engine and transmission online and see the reviews. From that you should be able to make an informed decision.

Lakini kama ni CVT, run.

I dont know why people complain about these cars. Its probably model specific issues or engine specific since in my 5 years of owning a Skyline, I have had 0 issues apart from changing the consumables like brake pads, gearbox oil, replacing the coolant and such.
 
#13
Check the particular year and model you wanna buy and search online to see if they had any issues. Check also the engine and transmission online and see the reviews. From that you should be able to make an informed decision.

Lakini kama ni CVT, run.

I dont know why people complain about these cars. Its probably model specific issues or engine specific since in my 5 years of owning a Skyline, I have had 0 issues apart from changing the consumables like brake pads, gearbox oil, replacing the coolant and such.
Meaning he shouldnt buy any of the two since both of them use CVT transmission.
 

Dunya

Village Elder
#17
Check the particular year and model you wanna buy and search online to see if they had any issues. Check also the engine and transmission online and see the reviews. From that you should be able to make an informed decision.

Lakini kama ni CVT, run.

I dont know why people complain about these cars. Its probably model specific issues or engine specific since in my 5 years of owning a Skyline, I have had 0 issues apart from changing the consumables like brake pads, gearbox oil, replacing the coolant and such.
Both are cvt jinga hii
 

Stanmwa

Village Elder
#20
Check the particular year and model you wanna buy and search online to see if they had any issues. Check also the engine and transmission online and see the reviews. From that you should be able to make an informed decision.

Lakini kama ni CVT, run.

I dont know why people complain about these cars. Its probably model specific issues or engine specific since in my 5 years of owning a Skyline, I have had 0 issues apart from changing the consumables like brake pads, gearbox oil, replacing the coolant and such.

Run to a Premio which happens to have a CVT as well? Japanese manufacturers churning CVT. Even Subaru. Current offing is CVT even for turbocharged units. Only STI impreza has a manual as an option. If you want the good old auto tranny, buy a pre 2005 model. Or a Daihatsu (like Toyota Rush). All CVTs are currently unreliable.

Critical thinking muhimu.
 

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