rjanmozkie's comment history

rjanmozkie said...

Compare to new condo launch in Singapore, this is a bit cheaper. Being a resident in the country I can say that the space is a bit small yet the price is skyrocketing, mainly because the area is commercial. On the other hand, the government here is not allowing individuals to buy house and lot instead. Here's the sample: http://www.property2day.com/listing_category/resale-landed/. Being known as the world's most expensive cities in the world to live with, I'm not regretting in finding my life here especially in terms of convinience and satisfaction.

October 9, 2014 at 1:46 a.m.
rjanmozkie said...

Been to north shore last summer and was glad with the service they've offered. It's been quite sometime and I missed the placed. Although I got a new condo here in singapore, I can't resist getting back to the place. For anyone who would like to experience panoramic structures, north shore is surely a place that you should not missed. Well, for the post asking if you would sell units, now is not the right time in my own point of view probably the last quarter of the month. I know this is an old post but just stumbled upon it and was just right on time. http://www.bestnewcondo.com/

October 8, 2014 at 8:30 p.m.
rjanmozkie said...

That's just a part of being a racer though there were some of the conditions he should follow and overspeading should be penalized on the NASCAR rcing commision. Not just racers should follow the rule but every driver should.This is just to avoid road accidents that may lead to death. On the other hand, apart from being a careful driver we must also check some of the stuff in our vehicles such as the brake caliper, brake pads as well as the wheels just for safety measures.

April 16, 2012 at 12:14 a.m.
rjanmozkie said...

It's true as seen in the TV commercial these days. Volkswagen was full introduced to the public knowing its excellent performance and winding reputation to the public. There are such things the auto maker should consider and that is introducing the vehicle to Asian countries as well for revenue purposes. However, aside from the performance, another thing the people would highly appreciate is that ease of maintenance passat has. Not just with the tuning and detailing but there were some replacement parts truly made for enhancements and these include both interior and exterior stuff like headlight, bumper covers, hood, wheels, rims etc. These days, it's easy to get an access to them especially with the wide coverage of the internet.

April 9, 2012 at 8:44 p.m.
rjanmozkie said...

Acadia is actually a continuing series from GM and until now gaining revenue for them. Speaking for the machine, it has a more stylish and sporty exterior..as for the interior, there is nothing to question about. I has a powerful engine and has a huge towing capacity. Everyone could not also deny the ease of maintenance especially these days with the help of GMC parts out there. They are widely available on both local and online.

April 2, 2012 at 2:55 a.m.
rjanmozkie said...

In accordance with the clean air act, some auto makers were cooperating with the campaign and one of them is the well known Volkswagen. For several years in the industry, they have end up with a lot of out come that truly entices people in the world. On the other hand, being a veteran auto maker, they continously provide services and fuel efficient car parts to drivers and vehicle owners. As such, they are not just gaining revenue from the stuff but they are more on providing customers satifaction.

March 30, 2012 at 10:23 p.m.
rjanmozkie said...

It's true that saab has the style and performance and when it comes rarity there is nothing to question about. In terms of sales, they have find difficulty in having the trust of people simply because of the struggles they have came across in the past years. However on the other hand, they have been working it out these days and good thing to know that there are now Saab parts they are dealing with to have the additional revenue for the coming years though people are expecting the said auto maker to boom in the future generation.

March 26, 2012 at 6:39 a.m.
rjanmozkie said...

Nononunions could be found elsewhere but this is a different thing to UAW since they've been also seeking for way to deliver the quality products including autoparts to people and earning the right wage at the same time. It's great thing auto makers have their own programs to their workers especially with the GM and the VW here in tennesse. On the other hand as pay back to the responsibilities, companies have seen quality work from their constituents.

March 12, 2012 at 7:18 p.m.
rjanmozkie said...

That's probably another business proposal for Volkswagen and being the largest dealer of vehicles as well as VW parts, they are open for the possible proposal as well. On the other hand, it might be a threat for the auto maker as for additional taxes and business cost in the said place. Anyway, it's about having clear conversation among the ambassador and the auto maker, which would lead to a peaceful and progressive results.

March 5, 2012 at 6:44 p.m.
rjanmozkie said...

The redesign model of Camry was far from the old one. This is just a proved that innovation really works majority for the automotive industry. Toyota camry has actually fulfilled the expectations of the public after the issue in the prius several years ago. The latest series is equipped with the most advanced engine and interior features that would truly take driving to the next level. On the other hand, upon the launching is the ready to use replacement Toyota parts that would truly help people in addressing the issue. There are also manuals that would assist drivers and car owners especially during the installation.

February 27, 2012 at 5:09 a.m.

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