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  • di ka magkakamali sa revo... mura pa kesa sa mga bago na baka di tumagal at maging walang katapusang gastos gaya nung fuzion ng kapatid ko....

    Agree on this one... andami pa rin nakikita na Revo sa daan, and also having a Revo LXV is still alive and roadworthy kahit deteriorated na yung plastic ng sa trims ng body niya at kulang rubber ends ng side step bars

    as for Fuzion hinde lang piyesa sasakit ulo mo sa gulong pa kapag stock 16 inch ang rims niya kasi 225/60R16 stock size...

    -- edited by Vashtard on Nov 20 2019, 07:46 AM
  • Salamat sa mga reply paps. ngayon lang nakaOL sa PC.
    Revo na din talaga ang nasa isip ko na bilhin. nasa 50k+ din kasi ang difference ng gas variant kesa diesel. Pati karamihan sa gas variant na nakikita ko all power at may setup na, kaya dun na lang ako.
    PS:Bakit kaya di ako maka login kapag CP gamit ko para maaccess tong tipidpc?

    -- edited by japari on Nov 20 2019, 02:08 PM
  • anong variant for the revo ang marerecommend nyo?
  • vx240

    wala ako nakikitang for sale nito. usually vx200 a/t
  • ^ search mo sa FB, Toyota Revo Shop and Shop group.
  • anong variant for the revo ang marerecommend nyo?

    if you want gas variants go below from the year 2000, those are the 1.8 versions, VX200 suffers bad gas milage and probably toyota done badly on the engine choked to 2.0 (common reklamo ng VX200 users before)

    if you find a good or pristine Revo LXV at priced nearly the same as older gas variants the better (you get an air purifier on the back seat area and be sure to replace the filter too...)

    while diesel variants are mostly coveted due to the fact that has no ECU and after VX240 which is early relaeased D-4D Innova has a ECU
  • how about the GSX and SR variants?
  • how about the GSX and SR variants?

    GSX uses 2.0 liter 1RZ-E engine.... not sure on the SR variants probably after the year 2000 using 2.0 liter engine

    2.0 liter engine of revo has notorious complaint of bad gas consumption... I can't finalize it that either they made it incorrectly or it was a badly "tuned" engine
  • naalala ko may 1.8 SR variant ng Revo din
  • stay away sa AT variant.. :D
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  • ^kahit yung 1.8 SR MT ganun din notorious sa gas consumption so my father decided to sell it.
  • ^ basta mga ganyang build tapos gas expect mo na matakaw talaga
  • how about the GSX and SR variants?

    GSX and VX200 2.0 gas engine
    SR up to 2001 uses 2.0, demoted sa 1.8 nung lumabas VX variant.
    2.0 liter engine of revo has notorious complaint of bad gas consumption...

    heard an a/t 2.0 user getting 4km/L, hehehe.

    though ramdam mo yung hatak nya when going uphill while fully laden as compared sa 1.8L engine.
  • heard an a/t 2.0 user getting 4km/L, hehehe.


    Assumerang frog tong revo. SUV consumption di naman SUV hehehehe
  • heard an a/t 2.0 user getting 4km/L, hehehe.


    Ganito din consumption ng Rav4 2.0 4WD AT ko. 4-5km/liter. Ang sakit kapag city driving. hahaha
  • yung 1.8 GL na kapatid ko, 4AT siya mga 8 to 10kp/l highway, 6 to 8 kp/l sa city basta wag ka magpatakbo ng mabilis, 80 to 100kph lang sa highway tapos O/D once umabot ng 80kph.

    lalo na wag ikarera ang makina from stand still, wala kayo sa race track kaya 2000 rpm shift na agad hanggang umabot ng 5th o overdrive, wag mo na isipin kung maiwan ka ng ibang kotse, di ka naman nangangarera, e.
  • iirc, nireklamo ni 4km/L revo user ang toyota dahil gas guzzler daw yung unit. sabi naman ni toyota di naman daw nila in-advertise na fuel efficient ang revo. fuel injected lang. hahaha
  • yung akin around 1999 DLX, 6.xx city driving pag probinsya, mga 9-10 siguro di ko matandaan. Pinaka worst is <5.xx km/l city driving. turned out marumi na yung throttle body. Natuto ako gawin yun. Awa ng diyos, puro DIY ang karamihan ng maintenance ng oto ko.