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    Default 11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan

    11th Generation Toyota Corolla Pakistan -1446056
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    Update: August 3, 2014 XLI/GLI Details: Post# 2746

    Below XLI/GLI Details As per Pakwheel member @shk_54

    Registration cost 1.8, Islamabad

    Registration cost 1.6, Islamabad

    Registration cost of 1.3 Gli in Islamabad

    Fuel averages of Gli 1.3 AT, Altis 1.6 AT and Grande 1.8 CVT-i

    Gli 1.3 AT vs Altis 1.6 AT a fair analysis by @nido747


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    This difference off 1 to 2 lac will remain there, if u sell it after some time and buy another one, or u do it now, if u spend it now u will start enjoying new features, and there will be peace of mind for the next few years. I think it is right time to do it. As the time will pass non-immobiliser will lose more price.

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    Can anyone post the full picture of the car

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    Default Living with 17 inch wheels

    Question of moving to 17 inch has been asked numerous times, but no one has shared experience of living with 17inch good quality wheels and tyres. Driving with bigger wheels on roads of dha is a different matter, but driving 17 inch as a daily driver is a different matter. Anyone please share experience of driving 17 inch on mixed city roads and highway, suspension , braking distance, grip, road noise, pot holes absorption capability.

    I need above help because i am planning to move to 205/50 r17 michelin primacy 3 from 195/65r15 energy xm2.
    below is the comparison of both tires:
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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    Sold and upgraded to Grande then.
    Great, Thank you sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by ibbz87 View Post
    This is what i did. As soon as i heard news of these upgrades, i sold my 3000km driven grande at 50k loss for 25 lacs and booked a new one for may delivery. I was also afraid of losing money in long run because of the availability of upgraded version in the market. To be honest, market will be flooded with the upgraded version soon and given the choice, one would always go for more features.
    Quote Originally Posted by dralee View Post
    This difference off 1 to 2 lac will remain there, if u sell it after some time and buy another one, or u do it now, if u spend it now u will start enjoying new features, and there will be peace of mind for the next few years. I think it is right time to do it. As the time will pass non-immobiliser will lose more price.
    Agreed with both of you @ibbz87 and @dralee. Sir, I am least bothered about the cosmetic changes introduced in the newer versions. The introduction of immobilizer itself has compelled me to go for the improved version. Since, Altis 1.6 is enjoying 4-5 months delivery period these days, there would still be some impatient people willing to buy the non-immobilizer version now, thus fetching me a better price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thank you for the kind reply sir. Ignoring the insurance thingy for the time being, what would you have done then?
    If I were you, I will sell 1.6 and wait for civic x to grab its base Cvti version.


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    Immobilisers have been mandatory in all new cars sold in Germany since 1 January 1998, in the United Kingdom since 1 October 1998, in Finland since 1998, in Australia since 2001 and in Canada since 2007.

    And still we don't have mandatory immobilisers installations in 2016, and if some manufacturers gives it we are jumping with joy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadraheem View Post
    Question of moving to 17 inch has been asked numerous times, but no one has shared experience of living with 17inch good quality wheels and tyres. Driving with bigger wheels on roads of dha is a different matter, but driving 17 inch as a daily driver is a different matter. Anyone please share experience of driving 17 inch on mixed city roads and highway, suspension , braking distance, grip, road noise, pot holes absorption capability.

    I need above help because i am planning to move to 205/50 r17 michelin primacy 3 from 195/65r15 energy xm2.
    below is the comparison of both tires:
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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    If I were you, I will sell 1.6 and wait for civic x to grab its base Cvti version.

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    Thank you for the kind reply sir. The reason why I am not opting for Civic X is due to the fact that car would mostly be driven on rough roads, and considering the stiff suspension Civic X has to offer, I am avoiding to go for it en-bloc. For me, Altis 1.6 serves the purpose well. As far as I know, you also own an Altis 1.6, so are you waiting to upgrade to Civic X ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thank you for the kind reply sir. The reason why I am not opting for Civic X is due to the fact that car would mostly be driven on rough roads, and considering the stiff suspension Civic X has to offer, I am avoiding to go for it en-bloc. For me, Altis 1.6 serves the purpose well. As far as I know, you also own an Altis 1.6, so are you waiting to upgrade to Civic X ?
    Brother right now, my car has done only 3200 km so far. I can sell it and go for upgraded grande or again buy an altis with immobiliser but my point of view is a bit different though.. In my opinion immobiliser is not an alternative of getting an insurance for your car..
    Second thing which I consider is, if you have already kept or driven 1.6 then there is no point of buying the same car with bigger engine or upgraded features because it's going to have a same kind of drive and road clearance, same dynamics and suspension.. So there won't be any considerable difference in its drive ability.. The only difference will be of better acceleration without any jerk while shifting from one gear to another which is hardly noticeable..
    So at least I won't consider upgrading to more or less the same car..
    Why bother spending 2-3 lacs again for some fancy features.. Nothing special though.. People may differ from my opinion..
    IA will wait for new civic.. Let it roll then I will decide next year, cause I will have to bear a loss of at least 1-2 lacs either I sell it this year or next..
    Doesn't matter..


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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadraheem View Post
    Question of moving to 17 inch has been asked numerous times, but no one has shared experience of living with 17inch good quality wheels and tyres. Driving with bigger wheels on roads of dha is a different matter, but driving 17 inch as a daily driver is a different matter. Anyone please share experience of driving 17 inch on mixed city roads and highway, suspension , braking distance, grip, road noise, pot holes absorption capability.

    I need above help because i am planning to move to 205/50 r17 michelin primacy 3 from 195/65r15 energy xm2.
    below is the comparison of both tires:

    I was using the 17 inch lightweight ssr type c in my 2010 GLI. Tire Kumho ecsta spt size 215/45 R17.
    I can clearly see the difference now. I'm so addicted of taking turns at high speed that it's a nightmare for 15 inchers.
    Potholes? Bro your rim will bend.
    High speed or low speed low profiles will produce noise.
    It's a killer for your suspension.
    Braking distance increases.
    There is no comfort when you're going low profile.
    Road grip increases dramatically.

    Low profile is more like a sporty touch to your car, it will take away all the comfort of your car.
    Choice is yours whether you prefer comfort or not because according to me I needed comfort that's why I sold them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    Brother right now, my car has done only 3200 km so far. I can sell it and go for upgraded grande or again buy an altis with immobiliser but my point of view is a bit different though.. In my opinion immobiliser is not an alternative of getting an insurance for your car..
    Second thing which I consider is, if you have already kept or driven 1.6 then there is no point of buying the same car with bigger engine or upgraded features because it's going to have a same kind of drive and road clearance, same dynamics and suspension.. So there won't be any considerable difference in its drive ability.. The only difference will be of better acceleration without any jerk while shifting from one gear to another which is hardly noticeable..
    So at least I won't consider upgrading to more or less the same car..
    Why bother spending 2-3 lacs again for some fancy features.. Nothing special though.. People may differ from my opinion..
    IA will wait for new civic.. Let it roll then I will decide next year, cause I will have to bear a loss of at least 1-2 lacs either I sell it this year or next..
    Doesn't matter..

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    Thank you for the kind reply sir. Though I highly doubt you including immobilizer in the list of fancy features. Immobilizer isn't any fancy but much needed feature and a person like me, who doesn't opt for insurance because of religious reservations, immobilizer serves as a great safety tool. Nevertheless, hope you continue enjoying your Altis 1.6. Happy motoring. Cheers

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    iam still regretting why i bough gli in oct 2015,
    imc should offer upgrade for old customers too
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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    iam still regretting why i bough gli in oct 2015,
    imc should offer upgrade for old customers too
    A friend got his Gli auto last month and he is also worried. Can Toyota 3S upgrade the immobilizer feature after purchase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    iam still regretting why i bough gli in oct 2015,
    imc should offer upgrade for old customers too
    Easy sir. Get insurance and live tension free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haseeb.basharat View Post
    I was using the 17 inch lightweight ssr type c in my 2010 GLI. Tire Kumho ecsta spt size 215/45 R17.
    I can clearly see the difference now. I'm so addicted of taking turns at high speed that it's a nightmare for 15 inchers.
    Potholes? Bro your rim will bend.
    High speed or low speed low profiles will produce noise.
    It's a killer for your suspension.
    Braking distance increases.
    There is no comfort when you're going low profile.
    Road grip increases dramatically.

    Low profile is more like a sporty touch to your car, it will take away all the comfort of your car.
    Choice is yours whether you prefer comfort or not because according to me I needed comfort that's why I sold them.
    so thats a no for rims. I too prefer comfort, coz i have to travel long distances on highways. Was thinking for 205/50R17 but thats not very much different from 215/45R17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohummed.ahmed View Post
    Thank you for the kind reply sir. Though I highly doubt you including immobilizer in the list of fancy features. Immobilizer isn't any fancy but much needed feature and a person like me, who doesn't opt for insurance because of religious reservations, immobilizer serves as a great safety tool. Nevertheless, hope you continue enjoying your Altis 1.6. Happy motoring. Cheers
    You misunderstood my post, read it carefully. Seriously who would use a word like fancy about a feature like immobiliser.. 🤔

    Read it again, I said why bother spending 2-3 lacs more for upgraded features of grande, when you already have kept the same car..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmadraheem View Post
    so thats a no for rims. I too prefer comfort, coz i have to travel long distances on highways. Was thinking for 205/50R17 but thats not very much different from 215/45R17.
    Yes, it's not that different. I remember when I used 225/35 😢, disaster, chaos earthquake 😢
    Keep it 195/65 R15.
    No need to upgrade it. Simple is that, suspension isn't made for 17 incher, it's made for 15 incher

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    Quote Originally Posted by haseeb.basharat View Post
    Yes, it's not that different. I remember when I used 225/35 😢, disaster, chaos earthquake 😢
    Keep it 195/65 R15.
    No need to upgrade it. Simple is that, suspension isn't made for 17 incher, it's made for 15 incher
    So you are saying in Thailand or India, they have different suspension then we have here? Cause as far as I know they are offering 17 inches rims.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdogar View Post
    Immobilisers have been mandatory in all new cars sold in Germany since 1 January 1998, in the United Kingdom since 1 October 1998, in Finland since 1998, in Australia since 2001 and in Canada since 2007.

    And still we don't have mandatory immobilisers installations in 2016, and if some manufacturers gives it we are jumping with joy
    I think in new auto policy, immobilizer is mandatory for all cars in Pakistan as well, isn't it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gitts070 View Post
    You misunderstood my post, read it carefully. Seriously who would use a word like fancy about a feature like immobiliser.. 🤔

    Read it again, I said why bother spending 2-3 lacs more for upgraded features of grande, when you already have kept the same car..

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    Ahh OK. Thank you for the clarification sir

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