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What do you think of this as im thinking of buying one

 

its a STEED 4X4 PICK UP

 

There cheep for what you get but is that a bad thing ?

 

ATVBJIMMY :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Start around £13,000- only got a 2 litre engine though, or they did on the early ones. They don't look to bad in the flesh you get leather and all the bits, I've not driven one personally,myself I'd buy Japanese instead of Chinese. Atb dc

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Fella who goes hunting got one, 3 months later its gone and hes got a Ranger.

Nuff said.

 

Cheers, D.

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Start around £13,000- only got a 2 litre engine though, or they did on the early ones. They don't look to bad in the flesh you get leather and all the bits, I've not driven one personally,myself I'd buy Japanese instead of Chinese. Atb dc

 

Haven't the new D-Max only got 1900s now? VW only got 2.0 too. All the others are barely bigger than 2.0. Just the way they are these days with emissions targets etc. I'm like you though, anything less than 2.5 just seems too small....... regardless of performance. :laugh:

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Drove and bought one at the weekend.

 

Drives really nice and as you say comes with all of the luxuries of the top end stuff just not with all the expensive trims etc. Neighbour owns a garage and he has three customers bring theirs in for MOTs for the since they first came out over here and they have never needed anything doing to them.

 

I won't be towing so I couldn't justify the extra 10-15K for the Isuzu or Toyota but having said that...one day, one day.....

 

I'll keep you posted with an honest "owners" update later.

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Start around £13,000- only got a 2 litre engine though, or they did on the early ones. They don't look to bad in the flesh you get leather and all the bits, I've not driven one personally,myself I'd buy Japanese instead of Chinese. Atb dc

 

Haven't the new D-Max only got 1900s now? VW only got 2.0 too. All the others are barely bigger than 2.0. Just the way they are these days with emissions targets etc. I'm like you though, anything less than 2.5 just seems too small....... regardless of performance. :laugh:

2litre but twin turbo, the ranger have a 3.2 in the line up

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We use the d-max 3.0 litre twin turbos in work 64 plates- changed over from the ford rangers which I never liked, they've just bought a few of the new navaras,the engineers still got the L 200's, they sell them off pretty cheap lol.

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It's going to be painful on any new pickup best to buy a 3 year old one, they have lost the biggest amount by then, I've just got 3 year old Toyota hylux 50000 miles £10 grand lovely jubley.

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reviews are not good

 

i think ill hold off and save a bit more for the RAPTER iv all ways wanted

 

any one got some good numbers for the lotto :laugh:

 

atvbjimmy :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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reviews are not good

 

i think ill hold off and save a bit more for the RAPTER iv all ways wanted

 

any one got some good numbers for the lotto :laugh:

 

atvbjimmy :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

the velociraptor the dogs rod. class

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The two above one was 25k and the other i think was 28k both right hand drive

 

we can all dream lol :laugh:

 

atvbjimmy :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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