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Post by polehawk » January 24, 2006, 9:44 pm

Isuzu Rodeo? I've been driving mine here in the south US for almost five years with very few problems, nothing at all major (yet, anyway) and would not hesitate to buy another Isuzu product again, in Thailand or wherever. The seven year warranty on power train is a hard one to beat, too. =D>

This is from a native Detroiter, btw. :D



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Post by Doc » January 24, 2006, 11:42 pm

Bought it new in March, 2003 from the Mazda dealer in Udon.

I have discovered that a Mazda is extremely easy to train: It has been able to find its way home when I was totally pissed on every occasion. :lol:
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Post by yorkman » January 25, 2006, 3:07 am

Doc wrote:Bought it new in March, 2003 from the Mazda dealer in Udon.

I have discovered that a Mazda is extremely easy to train: It has been able to find its way home when I was totally pissed on every occasion. :lol:
Ahh...I have a Land Rover like that in the UK; its a shame about the price in Thailand (4.5M Baht :yikes:, cos of the import tax)

Toyota's are not bad in Thailand (being a more advanced and intelligent breed) from a training point of view, so I understand from a "friend"

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Post by Buom Pouy » January 25, 2006, 12:36 pm

It must be the Thai Breeding my Holden kept taking me to the nearest set of red and blue flashing lights. :toilet:

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