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  1. Thanks for the feedback and suggestions guys. 370z? G37? Genesis Coupe?
  2. Hi all, I'm in the market for a fun-to-drive and fast sports car. While I love my Pajero and it's perfect for most of my needs (spacious, reliable, good off-roader), I miss the thrill of driving a fast car. I'm thinking something with 300+ hp and 0-100 in the 5 second range. Obviously with a 30k budget it's gotta be an older car, and since reliability is a major concern, this excludes the Germans (and Americans?). The only cars I can think of that fit these criteria are Nissan 350z/370z and Infiniti G37. I haven't driven any of these cars but I've read positive reviews about them. Any suggestions/advice are more than welcome!
  3. Ohh, that's unfortunate. I've actually never made an insurance claim with them. I hope I don't have to!
  4. No problem 👍 There's no restrictions on the distance from the road but the deductible is higher for off-rad claims (1.5k).
  5. I have comprehensive insurance with off-road coverage from Dubai National Insurance. It's 2k a year on a 2015 Pajero 3.5l LWB.
  6. I see. Thanks for the clarification Gaurav.
  7. Do you plan on changing oil every 5k or 10k? 5W30 doesn't sounds right. I would use 10W40 for 10k changes. If anyone has more knowledge about this please correct me if I'm wrong.
  8. Still have my first car (2015 Pajero). 4 years on and still going strong!
  9. Thanks Stig. I'll check them out. Either way you can claim your shawerma anytime. How many people can say they treated the one and only Stig to a snack :) Regards, Mo
  10. Hi all, New member here. I've been browsing the forum for a while but just signed up. I have a 2015 Pajero and I was wondering if anyone can recommend a professional and reasonably priced garage for servicing the car. My service contract with Habtoor just ended, and even though I have 1 year of warranty left I'm not willing to pay the exorbitant service prices at the stealership to maintain the warranty. Don't think it's really needed with a Pajero. For now I just need a minor 10k km service (oil and filter change + inspections) but would like a trustworthy place for future major service. Thanks a bunch! Mo
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