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Old 11-03-2017, 09:32 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Then another assistant came in and said it was not possible as I am a foreigner, however the 2.5% is. Alarm bells ringing now.
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I got my Maz 3 on 0%.

Emailed the dealer with what I wanted, 3 days later Tisco came to my work to sort the paperwork, 3 weeks later car was delivered to me at my work.

Very easy transaction, prolly helps my employer owns the dealership !!
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I got my Maz 3 on 0%.

Emailed the dealer with what I wanted, 3 days later Tisco came to my work to sort the paperwork, 3 weeks later car was delivered to me at my work.

Very easy transaction, prolly helps my employer owns the dealership !!
3 weeks

I live in Khon Kaen, I hope it doesn't take that long. My old car's a/c is crap and it's getting hot.
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I got my Maz 3 on 0%.

Emailed the dealer with what I wanted, 3 days later Tisco came to my work to sort the paperwork, 3 weeks later car was delivered to me at my work.

Very easy transaction, prolly helps my employer owns the dealership !!
3 weeks

I live in Khon Kaen, I hope it doesn't take that long. My old car's a/c is crap and it's getting hot.
No stock on hand for black 2.0 SP hatch's so had to wait on vehicle allocation from Mazda.

Bought on a whim so did not matter.
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Well nice surprise, it only took 1 week, the car is here but getting extras like film put on it. We are waiting until Friday to get it as they are lucky this year!
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I got my Maz 3 on 0%.

Emailed the dealer with what I wanted, 3 days later Tisco came to my work to sort the paperwork, 3 weeks later car was delivered to me at my work.

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That makes it a lot easier!
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Got my new car - a beautiful Soul Red(glad I paid the extra 10k for this) Mazda CX3 SP.

Everything's great apart from not having cruise control(or I can't find it yet).

It's by far the best car I've ever owned in terms of looks and handling on the road. I live the Sport function button and the option to change gears manually.

The infotainment system is cool and everything in the 'cockpit' is of a standard I'd expect in a car double the price of 1.055 mill. I was surprised that they never tried to get extra off me for the navigation SD card, as I'd read that others were asked for up to 15k!

I love the blind spot monitoring, really really useful in Thailand's traffic.
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I watched a test drive video on that model. Is it true the wheels are 18 inch but the spare wheel is only 16 inches?
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Got my new car - a beautiful Soul Red(glad I paid the extra 10k for this) Mazda CX3 SP.

Everything's great apart from not having cruise control(or I can't find it yet).

It's by far the best car I've ever owned in terms of looks and handling on the road. I live the Sport function button and the option to change gears manually.

The infotainment system is cool and everything in the 'cockpit' is of a standard I'd expect in a car double the price of 1.055 mill. I was surprised that they never tried to get extra off me for the navigation SD card, as I'd read that others were asked for up to 15k!

I love the blind spot monitoring, really really useful in Thailand's traffic.
Congrats !!

I like them but find em to be a bit small.

SD is free as it is top spec model, lower spec you need to pay.

Am thinking of flicking my 3 and getting into a Diesel CX5.
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Got my new car - a beautiful Soul Red(glad I paid the extra 10k for this) Mazda CX3 SP.

Everything's great apart from not having cruise control(or I can't find it yet).

It's by far the best car I've ever owned in terms of looks and handling on the road. I live the Sport function button and the option to change gears manually.

The infotainment system is cool and everything in the 'cockpit' is of a standard I'd expect in a car double the price of 1.055 mill. I was surprised that they never tried to get extra off me for the navigation SD card, as I'd read that others were asked for up to 15k!

I love the blind spot monitoring, really really useful in Thailand's traffic.
Congrats !!

I like them but find em to be a bit small.

SD is free as it is top spec model, lower spec you need to pay.

Am thinking of flicking my 3 and getting into a Diesel CX5.
I find it fine and I'm 6'4". One of my daughters is tall -175cm and finds it OK in the back.

Ok, thanks for that info.

At least you'll get BOSE speakers with your CX5!

BTW, does your 3 have cruise control?
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the way Thais use every lane to overtake you wont need cruise control.

Have you got the reversing camera or rear parking sensors on it?

Nothing beats that new car smell, until your missus chucks a durian in the boot
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Not sure, I never checked.

I'll let you know later!
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Have you got the reversing camera or rear parking sensors on it?

Nothing beats that new car smell, until your missus chucks a durian in the boot
Yes, that camera/sesors are great, and really clear, plus there is a radar at the back when you're reversing out, which is a great safety feature in car parks etc.

I turned off the lane departure warning as I often cross/touch the lane line and it got annoying. Doesn't beep if your indicator is on though.
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10k extra for something that you cant even see when you are in the car, but which every chickenhead on the street can admire.

khon khaen you say. it figures.
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10k extra for something that you cant even see when you are in the car, but which every chickenhead on the street can admire.

khon khaen you say. it figures.
I see it all day when I'm looking out my window!
What a strange thing to say, that the colour or appearance of your car doesn't matter.
Do you ever pay to get your car washed, if so why?

Please explain what you mean about Khon Kaen.
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Got my new car - a beautiful Soul Red(glad I paid the extra 10k for this) Mazda CX3 SP.

Everything's great apart from not having cruise control(or I can't find it yet).

It's by far the best car I've ever owned in terms of looks and handling on the road. I live the Sport function button and the option to change gears manually.

The infotainment system is cool and everything in the 'cockpit' is of a standard I'd expect in a car double the price of 1.055 mill. I was surprised that they never tried to get extra off me for the navigation SD card, as I'd read that others were asked for up to 15k!

I love the blind spot monitoring, really really useful in Thailand's traffic.
Congrats !!

I like them but find em to be a bit small.

SD is free as it is top spec model, lower spec you need to pay.

Am thinking of flicking my 3 and getting into a Diesel CX5.
I find it fine and I'm 6'4". One of my daughters is tall -175cm and finds it OK in the back.

Ok, thanks for that info.

At least you'll get BOSE speakers with your CX5!

BTW, does your 3 have cruise control?

I'll ditch the BOSE and put my own system in and nope, no cruise in the 3 and for the "top spec" is misses a lot of features other countries get.
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Got my new car - a beautiful Soul Red(glad I paid the extra 10k for this) Mazda CX3 SP.

Everything's great apart from not having cruise control(or I can't find it yet).

It's by far the best car I've ever owned in terms of looks and handling on the road. I live the Sport function button and the option to change gears manually.

The infotainment system is cool and everything in the 'cockpit' is of a standard I'd expect in a car double the price of 1.055 mill. I was surprised that they never tried to get extra off me for the navigation SD card, as I'd read that others were asked for up to 15k!

I love the blind spot monitoring, really really useful in Thailand's traffic.
Congrats !!

I like them but find em to be a bit small.

SD is free as it is top spec model, lower spec you need to pay.

Am thinking of flicking my 3 and getting into a Diesel CX5.
I find it fine and I'm 6'4". One of my daughters is tall -175cm and finds it OK in the back.

Ok, thanks for that info.

At least you'll get BOSE speakers with your CX5!

BTW, does your 3 have cruise control?

I'll ditch the BOSE and put my own system in and nope, no cruise in the 3 and for the "top spec" is misses a lot of features other countries get.
I think I will get a top of the range sound system, although I've no idea of the price.
I wouldn't use cruise control anyway!

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