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    Exclamation Best 4x4 in Pakistan ????

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    I am Looking for a Nice 4x4 which can be used as a Family Car as well. But I don't know Which one would be Better in Overall rating ie Fuel Consumption,Spare Parts Vailability,Reliability, Comfort etc
    As u know we have limited Choices in Pakistan
    Pajero
    Prado
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    My Budget is 15 Lac to 20 Lac

    Any Suggestion would be appriciated

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    AOA. bro i suggest you to go for land rover defender. you can easily got the older models (1999 to 2004) in your budget. Its 2.4 ltr turbo diesel, which gives u 7 to 9 km/l. An d its drive is awesome.

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    surf..!

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    land rover defender is best 4x4
    lions love land rovers mikaal and mothshim

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    Salam. May u find a good sturdy horse. My sicncere advice to u is that opt for toyota (prefferably Prado), don't even think of buying a pajero or defender.

    Pajero has a nice exterior but has extremely poor offroading capabilities and depreciates very fast. Not technologically as sound as a Toyota. Not long lasting at all. Resale is very problematic. Defender is good at offroading but is extremely uncomfortable and the exterior and interior are not pretty. They too depreciate very fast and are unreliable. Being assoiated with WAPDA Iv had Potohar, Pajero, Land Cruiser, Hilux, Sportage and the latest model of Defender. The defenders and Sportages are in tatters in just 3-4 years. Pajeros fare slightly better but get stuck more often than the others. The Land Cruisers are faithful work horses that keep accept whatever treatment they are given and still keep performing. They are graceful, sturdy, and comfortable. Army and Police had exactly the same experience. Army bought Defenders but decided never to buy them again and have recently bought the good old 70 series Toyota LC. Police has also been buying the 70 series from 1985 till date and while all police vehicles fall apart within a short span, 25 year old 70 series Toyota LCs are still marching on in faded blue. Mechanics are also more adept with Toyota LC and spare parts are in plenty whether new or Kabuli. Go for a Toyota my bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulehria1 View Post
    Salam. May u find a good sturdy horse. My sicncere advice to u is that opt for toyota (prefferably Prado), don't even think of buying a pajero or defender.

    Pajero has a nice exterior but has extremely poor offroading capabilities and depreciates very fast. Not technologically as sound as a Toyota. Not long lasting at all. Resale is very problematic. Defender is good at offroading but is extremely uncomfortable and the exterior and interior are not pretty. They too depreciate very fast and are unreliable. Being assoiated with WAPDA Iv had Potohar, Pajero, Land Cruiser, Hilux, Sportage and the latest model of Defender. The defenders and Sportages are in tatters in just 3-4 years. Pajeros fare slightly better but get stuck more often than the others. The Land Cruisers are faithful work horses that keep accept whatever treatment they are given and still keep performing. They are graceful, sturdy, and comfortable. Army and Police had exactly the same experience. Army bought Defenders but decided never to buy them again and have recently bought the good old 70 series Toyota LC. Police has also been buying the 70 series from 1985 till date and while all police vehicles fall apart within a short span, 25 year old 70 series Toyota LCs are still marching on in faded blue. Mechanics are also more adept with Toyota LC and spare parts are in plenty whether new or Kabuli. Go for a Toyota my bro.

    Thanks Bro for your Advice. Could you please tell me whts the Average Consumption of Prado ??? Coz I need it for long drives from Abbottabad to KhunjrabPass (over 800KM) and Abbottabad to Balochistan(over 1600KM) every Month Which is going to Cost me hell lot of fuel so Consumption is a big concern as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulehria1 View Post
    Salam. May u find a good sturdy horse. My sicncere advice to u is that opt for toyota (prefferably Prado), don't even think of buying a pajero or defender.

    Pajero has a nice exterior but has extremely poor offroading capabilities and depreciates very fast. Not technologically as sound as a Toyota. Not long lasting at all. Resale is very problematic. Defender is good at offroading but is extremely uncomfortable and the exterior and interior are not pretty. They too depreciate very fast and are unreliable. Being assoiated with WAPDA Iv had Potohar, Pajero, Land Cruiser, Hilux, Sportage and the latest model of Defender. The defenders and Sportages are in tatters in just 3-4 years. Pajeros fare slightly better but get stuck more often than the others. The Land Cruisers are faithful work horses that keep accept whatever treatment they are given and still keep performing. They are graceful, sturdy, and comfortable. Army and Police had exactly the same experience. Army bought Defenders but decided never to buy them again and have recently bought the good old 70 series Toyota LC. Police has also been buying the 70 series from 1985 till date and while all police vehicles fall apart within a short span, 25 year old 70 series Toyota LCs are still marching on in faded blue. Mechanics are also more adept with Toyota LC and spare parts are in plenty whether new or Kabuli. Go for a Toyota my bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaCC View Post
    Thanks Bro for your Advice. Could you please tell me whts the Average Consumption of Prado ??? Coz I need it for long drives from Abbottabad to KhunjrabPass (over 800KM) and Abbottabad to Balochistan(over 1600KM) every Month Which is going to Cost me hell lot of fuel so Consumption is a big concern as well.
    I'm using a '97 TLC Prado TZ auto 3.0 Diesel since around 2 months, and it takes me around 500km in the city, and around 650km on the highway on a full tank. Tank capacity is 90 liters, so that's around 5.6 km/ltr in the city and 7.2 km/ltr on the highway. Not sure about other people's experience though as I am new to this SUV stuff.

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    Toyota is indeed the best.

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    Withe a 1 Kz-te I think u can get 100 Km in 15 liters in the city. However the kind of highway and hilly driving u are talking about will probably give u 100 Km in around 13 liters. So u can do 800 Km to Khunjerab in 104 liters, and 1600 Km to Baluchistan in 208 liters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulehria1 View Post
    Salam. May u find a good sturdy horse. My sicncere advice to u is that opt for toyota (prefferably Prado), don't even think of buying a pajero or defender.

    Pajero has a nice exterior but has extremely poor off-roading capabilities and depreciates very fast. Not technologically as sound as a Toyota. Not long lasting at all. Resale is very problematic. Defender is good at offroading but is extremely uncomfortable and the exterior and interior are not pretty. They too depreciate very fast and are unreliable. Being assoiated with WAPDA Iv had Potohar, Pajero, Land Cruiser, Hilux, Sportage and the latest model of Defender. The defenders and Sportages are in tatters in just 3-4 years. Pajeros fare slightly better but get stuck more often than the others. The Land Cruisers are faithful work horses that keep accept whatever treatment they are given and still keep performing. They are graceful, sturdy, and comfortable. Army and Police had exactly the same experience. Army bought Defenders but decided never to buy them again and have recently bought the good old 70 series Toyota LC. Police has also been buying the 70 series from 1985 till date and while all police vehicles fall apart within a short span, 25 year old 70 series Toyota LCs are still marching on in faded blue. Mechanics are also more adept with Toyota LC and spare parts are in plenty whether new or Kabuli. Go for a Toyota my bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Basharatu View Post
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    And I totally agree with bashartu! Your money, waste it on a Yota. And I will happily take my 89 pajero and smoke any Toyota both in offroading and in consumption. Bring it on!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raohamid View Post
    ..... And I will happily take my 89 pajero and smoke any Toyota both in offroading and in consumption. Bring it on!!!

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