forum: Toyota Crown Or Nissan President

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Toyota Crown sedan VIII

Posted 2011-06-13 12:15:40 and 8912 times.

1999 2003 Toyota Crown Saloon

Of course I’d buy this in black or navy

Nissan President

The styling me of a 1993-1998 Lincoln Mark but with 4-doors.

In the market for a car in Bangkok. Despite the low-cost of in Thailand, cars are extremely

A brand new Honda Jazz can as much as an entry level or Cadillac in the United States.

is no way in hell I’ll pay $30,000 for a Ford Focus or Toyota Actually I wouldn’t pay $5 for those.

Only cars that are here are not as expensive but those are small econ-cars and trucks I have no use for.

The used car is much better as long as you looking for pricey European

I’m looking for a car that I can not buy in the United States. I want unique to the Far-East.

That excludes all the European and the American cars I do like available with a right-side wheel.

I’ve narrowed my search to either a Toyota or Nissan President.

The Nissan was supposedly in the same class as the Century but after looking at a it falls short and is more in with the Crown.

I test a 2000 Toyota Crown 2 ago that only had 8400 on the odometer. It was owned by an elderly doctor that can no longer I am really, really liked car!

It was a very dark navy and was meticulously cared for. It had the new car smell.

The inline 3.0 I-6 engine was as silk. The interior is fitted many of the features of the larger but cost $75,000 less.

Toyota Crown sedan VIII

The has Compact Disc changer, player and an aux. port.

The President is a more elite but just felt a lot cheaper in of build quality. The selling is its 4.5 liter V8 engine. It had most of the of the Toyota Crown but I can see that car repairs more often and more difficult to get. The 4.5 liter V8 felt rough at Kind of like when a plug wire is disconnected or of the need to be replaced.

What concerned me the most the Nissan President is the low cost to the Toyota Crown and Century.

I afford the $130,000 Toyota but the Nissan President which competed with the Century is for as law as $10,000 for a 1998 model. is a HUGE depreciation.

The Toyota Crowns that I am at (1999 — 2003) about $60,000 new and are going for — $22,000.

That is reasonable for a car of this age.

Not to I like the fact that the has parts that are shared other down-market models and is a large dealership/support network for here in Thailand.

Since the best mechanic — doesn’t live here; I to go with the most reliable as possible.

Ideally I’d my Crown to have the fender rear-view mirrors.

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