Abdullah_M on 2014 Nissan Patrol | new car review Possibly one of the most reliable cars I have ever owned, Great both on road and off road. The only performance issue I would say is that it feels almost too light on the steering... due to its sheer size, It feels like a blimp around curves sometimes. The direct VVEL is very reliable, but expensive to service. Apart from the proce tag of the car, the 2014-2015 Nissan Patrol makes for a great family car and is by far, one of my most favourite
Zaran Tarapore on 2015 Suzuki Grand Vitara | new car review Hi Bijumon,
Hope you're well.
Personally, we haven't heard of any dates just yet, but according to sources at the Sheikh Zayed Road showroom, it is unlikely to come here before 2017.
Hope this helps.
Zaran Tarapore on 2015 Nissan X-Trail | New Car Review Morning Sheena,
Glad to hear you've shortlisted the Pajero and the CR-V, here's my opinion on the two Japs.
* Mitsubishi Pajero - Personally, I haven't heard of a model change just yet, but it's long been overdue so it may well take place in the year 2017. Depending on the mileage after 4- 5 years and the condition of the car, resale value will vary. Keep in mind, the Pajero will offer you a more spacious cabin with seating for seven and a larger boot as well.
* Honda CR-V - The CR-V is undoubtedly more plush than the Pajero on the inside and it even has features such as Blind Spot Monitoring that the Pajero lacks. However, the CR-V is meant to be in the urban jungle at all times, it will not be capable of any off-roading whatsoever. With the current generation of the CR-V being around from 2012, a model change is due here as well and it may just take place around the same time as the Pajero. The other thing to keep in mind with the CR-V is that your initial cost and servicing costs will be slightly higher than they would be with a Mitsubishi. We've done a comprehensive road test on the 2015 CR-V which can be found in the following link, it should give you some useful insight on the vehicle.
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