aiden9991

2017 NEW MITSUBISHI ADVENTURE GLS SPORT

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Well I am considering buying this vehicle the non-conventional - gls sport Mitsubishi Adventure 2.5 Diesel Engine Manual Transmission. I Know it sucks to have  m/t here but its generally for travelling to the province.

So far it seems okay. Anyone have any experience with this car or even the 2017 model?
 

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The Adventure is a great reliable car. My friend put over 150K on his . The Gls Sport is just an upgraded  model - the top model actually .

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1 hour ago, Davaoeno said:

The Adventure is a great reliable car. My friend put over 150K on his . The Gls Sport is just an upgraded  model - the top model actually .


Yes I am opting for the GLS sport as the specs are kick ass.
The new model has all extras that you would get on the super sport (top of the line)

 

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2 hours ago, aiden9991 said:

I Know it sucks to have  m/t here

Why?  I wouldn't buy an A/T.

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If you drive mainly in the urban areas, automatic transmission makes the constant stopping and starting less strenuous, and free's up your concentration to better watch the idiots around you.

Automatic vehicles also hold their value better.  It's a demand thing.

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If you are a “backseat driver” :cool:I would buy a Mitsubishi ASX instead... about the same price but comes with an independent rear suspension (much more comfortable in the Philippines, but if you are the driver, it may not make much difference) and a CVT...

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how many people here have a driver and if so why not buy a top of the line van so you can take a nap on the way to the mall or to dinner

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26 minutes ago, Skywalker said:

If you drive mainly in the urban areas,

I'd buy a bike.

27 minutes ago, Skywalker said:

automatic transmission makes the constant stopping and starting less strenuous, and free's up your concentration to better watch the idiots around you.

I've been driving a stick so long that it isn't something I even think about.  Brain says Go forward and it happens.  

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21 minutes ago, miles-high said:

If you are a “backseat driver” :cool:I would buy a Mitsubishi ASX instead... about the same price but comes with an independent rear suspension (much more comfortable in the Philippines, but if you are the driver, it may not make much difference) and a CVT...


The asx is just not for my liking as its way too smaller than the adventure.

Plus the price is way out of my pocket

I need good luggage space and so on
 

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Lets keep this topic about the car itself please

If you have anything to post please make sure its about the car only. cheers

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