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Old 10-05-2006, 05:25 AM   #1
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Default Suzuki versus Xiali

Xiali N3 Limousine 4d 1.3 16v (toyota motor)
Changhe-Suzuki F-MPV - Wagon R Hatchback 5d CH7140 - 1.4 16v

I have driven both but have very little information on their reliability other than what the sales people are telling me.

The Xiali is 5000rmb cheaper

Which one will have fewer problems?????????
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Old 02-18-2007, 10:04 AM   #2
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As for the prices they are asking for, you could not get a trouble free card definetely.

The choice would based on your usage, N3 is better for home users, with its trunk, the best availablity of its better services and spare parts; Wagon-R is better for small business usage with its huge internal space for goods, but the made and services would not so convient, and the A/C might be not enough strong considering its space and the hot weather in Southern China.
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