Something fairly small would be fine like a Toyota Corolla. There are lots of them here. I've got a 4runner which I appreciate during rainy season but it's expensive to run.UKJ wrote:I live in a cold wet country, so you need a decent car, to make sure it starts in the winter. What about Cambodia though? How much would you need to spend to get a reliable runabout? And what make and models? Not a Tico though! Is it mainly auto gearboxes there?
However, if you're dead set against one, a Visto is a nice car about the same size. Pretty prevalent in the country with prices ranging around $3 it seems.
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My Visto (Kia) cost me slightly more than $5,000, bought it in late 2012.
I have a bigger SUV for those trips beyond Phnom Penh.
Are the second hand older Vistas mainly autos?
There can be the odd one with manual shift but not much choice then.
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get a Toyota Rav 4
or a honda crv;
they have good ground clearance, higher up so better visibility, good on mileage, many many of them so easy to repair
you can get a good 96-99 for $5-9,000
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