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Looking to buy a Kluger and looking for some info before doing so


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<_< Hi All,

The better half and I have been looking as purchase a second hand 2006-07 Kluger CVX, just to take the rug rats to school, shopping and such not so the off road.

For us it looks ideal for all manner of reasons that I won’t bother you with here.

Anyway after deciding to buy a second hand Kluger we googled using the words Kluger problems (seemed like a good thing to do at the time) and low and behold up pops a couple of sites complaining bitterly about Kluger/Highlanders that hesitating then lurch due to a delay from the auto transmission at low speeds.

Today I found this site and spent a few hours looking through most recent topics and I find there is nothing about this problem so I joined the forum to hopefully here some good news and the problem is not in the Aus cars, could some one please tell me if this hesitating then lurching is a problem in the Aus Kluger’s or not?

Honestly the forum reads like you couldn’t improve on the Kluger and all are very happy with the Kluger.

And thanks all in advance for the comments.

Marc

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Hi Marc and welcome to the forum. I cant comment too much on the older Kluger CVX, but you might find that most of the recent postings you have read on here are related to the new Kluger.

I think owners of the older Klugers are a pretty quiet bunch, so why not try and get yourself one of the new ones ;)

Seriously though have a look at this US site that seems to have a bit of an international following and see if you can find something or make a post there.

http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=83

Good luck and Cheers

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Hi Marc and welcome to the forum. I cant comment too much on the older Kluger CVX, but you might find that most of the recent postings you have read on here are related to the new Kluger.

I think owners of the older Klugers are a pretty quiet bunch, so why not try and get yourself one of the new ones ;)

Seriously though have a look at this US site that seems to have a bit of an international following and see if you can find something or make a post there.

http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=83

Good luck and Cheers

Thanks mrbishi for the welcome and the web site that doesn't mention much about transission problems either (weird) and to be honest I am thankfull for.

The new model well I have been driving company cars for 28 years now and just couldn't live with my self thinking I have just lost $17,000 by driving it out of the dealers lot, it turns my stomach just thinking about it. I guess I am some one will never buy a new car even if its for the ball and chain.

Again thanks for the site.

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