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Im getting a new SUV. Has anyone actually purchased an Expensive Totally clear Window Film, and how much did they pay. Not interested in those ive seen displayed here with pics claiming to be clear, they are not imo. I only want it to keep UV Rays off the leather seats, i have Sun Glasses for Sunlight.

 

 

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Just tell the dealer what front and side windscreen film you want on the vehicle. 

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Yes but im asking about brands known to members other than 3Ms. Thai dealers think your retarded if you dont want blackout curtains, or anything costing more than 50 setang .Im sort of guestemating around 12k at an independent dealer. And advice from someone who has it.


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There is stuff out there but you will have to find an agent..
 
https://northamerica.llumar.com/automotive-film/types-of-automotive-film/clear-window-tint

Thats what im after, names, now i can get the Old Dorris to search around for me.. Its a new CRV diesel twin turbo, and the Sales Folk showed me some awful stuff Thais love.They see it as fashion statement.!.


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44 minutes ago, alan grice said:


Thats what im after, names, now i can get the Old Dorris to search around for me.. Its a new CRV diesel twin turbo, and the Sales Folk showed me some awful stuff Thais love.They see it as fashion statement.!.


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 Crystalline 70 ... tell the dealer that you will organize it yourself and asked for the money that he has allocated to supply the film 

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Honda offer very little unless there an update next month, even less cause im not using finance.Thanks iv had Crystalline before but its that old i wondered if its time to change.


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2 minutes ago, alan grice said:

Honda offer very little unless there an update next month, even less cause im not using finance.Thanks iv had Crystalline before but its that old i wondered if its time to change.


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No it is still the best but you could also look at Lumina Special Series something like BL80 if I recall it correctly

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1 hour ago, alan grice said:

Honda offer very little unless there an update next month, even less cause im not using finance.Thanks iv had Crystalline before but its that old i wondered if its time to change.


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There's no update for the crv for ages. We got a 40K discount+ honda help pay for a year (36K)+tint+ceramic coat, ect. Same car as yours. 

 

See what grade of tint that honda offers. When I got mine done I saw a HRV there. It had really dark tint, but is actually quite clear from the inside of the vehicle. They said it was a higher grade than the one I ordered. 

Or just select the tint you want for the other windows and ask them not to tint the front. You can then hunt around for the front tint. 

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Not sure its a Twin Turbo Diesel not much bothered small engine , all the gadgets seems nippy n quiet. Free insurance and some other bits that everyone gets


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Jusr Thought it has no gear lever thing just a Fwd n Rev push buttons and many gears im told.


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1 hour ago, alan grice said:

Jusr Thought it has no gear lever thing just a Fwd n Rev push buttons and many gears im told.


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I assume you test drove it. Yes it's twin turbo and 9 speed box. You won't get into 9th unless you are over 130 km/h though. I didn't try that yet. Petrol consumption is very good for its size. 19 to 20 km/l on the highway. I get about 14 to 15 km/l around nonthaburi where I live. That's mixed traffic plus getting in jams sometimes. There is a remap available for 10000 baht from Powerlab. 

 

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On 8/25/2019 at 5:24 PM, alan grice said:

Jusr Thought it has no gear lever thing just a Fwd n Rev push buttons and many gears im told.


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Gotta love the real petrolhead.

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On 8/25/2019 at 6:54 PM, DavisH said:

I assume you test drove it. Yes it's twin turbo and 9 speed box. You won't get into 9th unless you are over 130 km/h though. I didn't try that yet. Petrol consumption is very good for its size. 19 to 20 km/l on the highway. I get about 14 to 15 km/l around nonthaburi where I live. That's mixed traffic plus getting in jams sometimes. There is a remap available for 10000 baht from Powerlab. 

 

edit...traffic sucked this morning but still managed 9 km/l...at an average of about 17 km/h. Lots of crawling. 

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Never take any notice of economy here,they don’t have nice big engines here that use a lot.


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