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New 4x4

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Elmoh86, May 30, 2013.

  1. Elmoh86

    Elmoh86 Engaging Member

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] Cant wait almost got the deposit for my new car ( nissan navara outlaw crew cab ) has anyone had one and know what there like
     
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    never owned one but it looks great, you can get alot of rifles in the boot :up:
     
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    Is it .22 or .177 :)
     
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    .25 lol ltr that is
     
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    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but they are pap on fuel and notorious for bottom ends going! Lovely looker though.
     
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    Agreed with above, make sure you get a cast iron warranty with it. These things eat engines for a living :(
     
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    Mates got one in white and very happy with it. Great looking trucks. Don't know if he's aware of the engine issues, but he bought brand new so should be ok.
     
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    My shooting buddy as one sat in is drive with a blown engine but is neighbour as had one for 3 years and not had any problems with is at all, so get a good warranty with it just incase. Looks cool though. Me I will stick with my Landy cos know it will break something at some time that takes the worry away LOL. Ian.
     
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    I had one as a loan car one Shen my 4x4 was being repairs and it was awesome! Took it green laning lol
     
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    I hope youve got deep pockets as you wont be going past many petrol stations in it
     
  11. Paul Cann

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    My sister had one and it was constantly going wrong , she sold it on , shoguns are a much better buy
     
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    They say there doing 35 to 38 mpg if ya take it easy . Its only a couple of years old so hopefull it should be ok got 12 months mot and the garage is giving it a full service so hopefull all ok
     
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    I would assume more like 25-28 if you're lucky. Also if it's the actual one pictured, its actually more like 6 years old.
    But honestly, make sure it's got a good warranty
     
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    57 plate 09 dont know if its the start or end of the year but i will make sure its got a big one just incase
     
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    57 plate means it was registered between september 2007 and march 2008. As to when it was built, who knows?
     
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    I had one in 2004 and it took £68 to fill the tank back then.A friend has just bought one and informs me its now £125 ish.
    Enjoy it theyre great.
    Regards,Stu.
     
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    Yeah 25 is more like it, im lucky if I get that out of my l200, it is a thirsty old beast
     
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    I had one............ Sold it within weeks as the fuel consumption was ridiculous... I struggled to get 16 round town and 22 at a crawl on the motorway.. Build quality was very poor which is unusual for a Japanese car ...
    Early (And one or two late ones) suffered from crank bearing failure and could throw a rod through the block.. A mate whose is an AA man has seen this on numerous occasions..
    As above I could not live with watching the needle on the fuel gauge falling so fast ! I had my one in the summer so gawd only knows what the consumption would be like in winter months when diesels are slow to reach temperature...

    Sorry mate but I ant got much nice to say !

    These cars are very very hard to sell on so make sure you get it at rock bottom money.. In auctions they go for absolute peanuts as the trad shy away from them...
     
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    Read the T's &C's of the warranty, I know its a boring chore but I have had a few thrown in with second hand motors before that haven't been worth the paper they were written on , full of exclusions, excesses and limitations on everything and everything
     
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    Mate sorry but that is not going to happen.. who said 35 t0 38 ? The seller ?

    I sold my one and lost 1500 notes in five weeks.... If only I had listened to my mates who had owned one.....
     

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