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dti & cdti

 

diesel turbo injection & common rail diesel turbo injection...difference? dont know..havent find out....haahaa

 

the newer euro4 combos are cdti...factory fitted sports rims & 4 disc brakes with ABS....

 

& oh yes...if its not factory fitted sports rims...you are not supposed to fit sports rims...even if its the same size...

 

mine will be dti...

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COE remain at $1 :giddy:

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Originally posted by who_noe@January 06, 2007 11:32 pm

COE remain at $1 :giddy:

haha...and there is a debate in the forum pages of the Straits Times about the shortage of euro4 compliant vehicles...haahaa...

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Originally posted by archenemy@January 07, 2007 12:36 am

haha...and there is a debate in the forum pages of the Straits Times about the shortage of euro4 compliant vehicles...haahaa...

i dun think still shortage ba..

 

i think is bcos no body is buying the old stock? hmm

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oh well....let them debate lah...doesnt matter to me also..im also not buying a new van...haahaa...

 

going to collect my van on wednesday if nothing goes wrong! cross fingers......

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Originally posted by archenemy@January 07, 2007 01:11 pm

oh well....let them debate lah...doesnt matter to me also..im also not buying a new van...haahaa...

 

going to collect my van on wednesday if nothing goes wrong! cross fingers......

i bought mine new... :sian:

 

anyway any place to see n buy speakers?thinking of JBL brand...my front right speaker gone le.. :weep:

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sim lim tower lor...

 

my office also have...going to get an amp & sub woofer for my ride...

 

maybe JBL also...haahaa...

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Hi all,

I have already book the Citroen Berlingo Van.

Seems not bad.

The salesman told me FC is 18km/L

So full tank can go more than 1000 km.

Suit my appetite ...hehee (hope that it true)

 

The Salesman not bad too. Give me a discount and add a few things.

Such as 2 Glass Panel, Insulation (so that I will get less noise during raining time and not that hot during "Hot Sun shining time")

If any of you guy interested can let me know I will past u the contact.

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Originally posted by archenemy@January 07, 2007 01:11 pm

oh well....let them debate lah...doesnt matter to me also..im also not buying a new van...haahaa...

 

going to collect my van on wednesday if nothing goes wrong! cross fingers......

how much ?

 

commonrail is the latest diesel injection technology... it saves more fuel and more powerful...

ok, so cdti is so-called "better"..

thks..

wonder wats the price diff bet the dti n cdti..

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bought it at $22,000, 2.5 year combo...

 

not to mention the new combos come with 4 disc brakes and ABS.

 

Got this from another forum..

 

Adv of cdti over dti

1. The Front bumper is different

2. Painted Side mirror, Front bumper & rear bumper

3. Sports Rims

4. More powerful Engine

 

Adv Dti over Cdti

1. More mileage

 

disclaimer..this is not my words...its from someone more experienced..

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Originally posted by archenemy@January 08, 2007 10:41 pm

bought it at $22,000, 2.5 year combo...

 

not to mention the new combos come with 4 disc brakes and ABS.

 

Got this from another forum..

 

Adv of cdti over dti

1. The Front bumper is different

2. Painted Side mirror, Front bumper & rear bumper

3. Sports Rims

4. More powerful Engine

 

Adv Dti over Cdti

1. More mileage

 

disclaimer..this is not my words...its from someone more experienced..

u paid full cash or reloan ?

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Hi guys, can somebody kindly give me some advice.

 

1. Does a commerical vehicle like combo opel van have parf value like a car if you scarp it after 10yrs?

 

2. How much is the rd tax per year?

 

3. How much is the major servicing cost and at what miliage?

 

Thanks in advance for the advice.

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Originally posted by bluesea01@January 12, 2007 10:04 pm

Hi guys, can somebody kindly give me some advice.

 

1. Does a commerical vehicle like combo opel van have parf value like a car if you scarp it after 10yrs?

 

2. How much is the rd tax per year?

 

3. How much is the major servicing cost and at what miliage?

 

Thanks in advance for the advice.

1) no parf value for goods vehicle .. scrap the body

2) 500 per for diesel and 400 per year for petrol type

3) major service should be at interval of 60k km or 3 yr which ever come first . cost i guess 500 or more

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it will depend on the brand...

 

for eurovans, eg kangoo, combo, partner...it will be costlier...my mechs told me it will cost ard $500+ per 50,000km for the pulley system and water pump...

 

$200+ for the timing belt per 60,000km..

 

guess japanese vans will cost lesser...

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Originally posted by niterider929@January 14, 2007 10:46 pm

Once u register a company, u can buy 1 van rite away or u haf 2 produce company's income b4 allow 2 purchase a van? :smile:

once ur company is approve can buy ur van liao

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Originally posted by who_noe@January 14, 2007 11:20 pm

once ur company is approve can buy ur van liao

bro , u bought it for personal usage ? as for me yes , i just reg a company and then no starting the business ? annually i heard i got to report a form to the government , and pay for a certain amount for the cpf izzit ?

 

does any one here know about it ?

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Originally posted by Aldric@January 15, 2007 12:20 am

bro , u bought it for personal usage ? as for me yes , i just reg a company and then no starting the business ? annually i heard i got to report a form to the government , and pay for a certain amount for the cpf izzit ?

 

does any one here know about it ?

yes i god it as a personal van.

 

as i am consider self employed for my job..so i think i wont have any problem :smile:

 

cpf i think is 1 year $540

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any 1 noe the formula for breaking even? :confused:

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Originally posted by niterider929@January 14, 2007 10:46 pm

Once u register a company, u can buy 1 van rite away or u haf 2 produce company's income b4 allow 2 purchase a van? :smile:

if u have to take a loan...they will want to look at your company accounts...if you are a new setup...you wont have any accounts to show...

 

if its a new setup...they would want a guarantor who is earning at least $30,000 per annum...

 

so be like me! buy it full cash...problem solved...

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Originally posted by Aldric@January 15, 2007 12:20 am

bro , u bought it for personal usage ? as for me yes , i just reg a company and then no starting the business ? annually i heard i got to report a form to the government , and pay for a certain amount for the cpf izzit ?

 

does any one here know about it ?

that is called the income tax form....every working adult has to submit...but most companies do it on your behalf if you are an employee...

 

so now you are your own "boss", you have to do it yourself...

 

and yes...you have to pay a continuing registration fee for your business every year...$20..

 

most importantly...you have to keep a set of accounts for your company....

 

medisave contributions is $500 i think....initial set up...

 

after that...its according to what you earn...

 

correct me if im worng...

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Originally posted by archenemy@January 16, 2007 12:00 am

that is called the income tax form....every working adult has to submit...but most companies do it on your behalf if you are an employee...

 

so now you are your own "boss", you have to do it yourself...

 

and yes...you have to pay a continuing registration fee for your business every year...$20..

 

most importantly...you have to keep a set of accounts for your company....

 

medisave contributions is $500 i think....initial set up...

 

after that...its according to what you earn...

 

correct me if im worng...

ok thanks for the info ... i also got mine as personal usage ..

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