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Author: Mr Andre Louw
Submitted: 07-10-2012
I myself is a owner of a steed 5 d/c bakkie. to be true this is now the second bakkie i owned from gwm. I can't see why should we buy other models while these bakkies is affordable and still have great features and reliabilities in it's drive train as well. Look at the new up coming Steed 5 with the VGT engine with a six speed gearbox. Isn't it prove by now that gwm is on it's way to satisfy the public with more great specialties in the near future, and still with good prixes, you couldn’t buy any better. Ya, it is true to say, here and there the chinese can make improment on performence and quility. But this will be a standard factor that will soon compare with the rest of the marked. But still i'm a GWM fan, spesialy in the bakkie series and i am very proud to drive one, this bakkie's fuel consumption is between 10.5 and 11 km per liter, where can you get any pick up truck that can prove better then that? In the meantime, anyone who will made bad comments on the GWM is one that have a GWM, or own one!
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Author: Mr Roshan
Submitted: 18-01-2013
1st owned steed3 for two yrs--milage 20 000km--no hassels what so ever fell in love with steed5--so far so good--no hassels--dont bad mouth a vehicle if u did not own one--i skeem its monies worth.
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Author: Mr F.T Lewis
Submitted: 16-02-2013
Will any of the steed models hold up on long distances and be reliable. Must have enough power to pass other slower vehicle.Going up gradients without gearing down as well.[not fully laiden]
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Author: Mr DONOVAN
Submitted: 27-05-2013
I HAVE A 6 MONTH OLD STEED ENDLESS PROBLEMS 4 WARRANTY CLAIMS ALREADY AND STILL NOT SORTED OUT CAR OVER REVS STALLS OR IDLES BADLY
 

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