Jeep o delivery truck? Pasahero parang bagahe sa Toyota PUV
HINDI pumatok sa publiko ang disenyo ng bagong public utility vehicle ng Toyota Motor Philippines Inc. (TMPI).
Tingin ng iba, parang delivery truck ang porma ng Toyota PUV na gustong ipalit ng Department of Transportation (DOTr) sa mga lumang pampasaherong jeepney.
“Sobrang inefficient. Iniisip niyo ba yung mga gagamit niyan?” usisa ni @rejinbasket.
“Aside from these modern PUVs being ugly-ass and expensive, passengers will look more like cargo than humans,” sundot naman ni @MisterHRG
Natatakot naman sumakay ang iba dito dahil parang kargahan ng ililibing ang sasakyan.
Ipinagtanggol naman ng DOTr ang bagong disenyo ng modernong PUV.
Nagkakahalaga ng P998,000 ang Class 1 modern PUV ng Toyota Hilux brand.
Matapos ang pulong ng DOTr at TMPI nitong weekend, ipinakita na sa publiko ang bagong disenyo ng modernong PUV.
Kaya nitong magsakay ng 12 pasahero at may mga modern feature gaya ng CCTV, GPS, WiFi at dashcam. Mayroon din itong automated fare collection system at PWD friendly ang mismong passenger cabin.
LOOK: Could this PUV be the new ‘King of the Road’? https://t.co/aLsf8BOkZC Ang mahal na nga ng presyo tapos mababawasan pa ang sakay na pasahero! Talo si mamang drayber. Talo si manong operator. Talo ang mga pasahero. PERO PANALO SI TOYOTA at yung nangungumisyon! Ampotah!
— R.D. “ToB” Medrano (@Istrayber) November 10, 2019
Bus na lang or lakihan ng kaunti dagdag pampasikip sa daan.. sa singapore bus lang meron https://t.co/r1AqCrhzZX
— Mars Zano (@Mars_Zano) November 10, 2019
Im posting this pic again.I wanna know if #Toyota knows this? Modernization means a lot is put into safety&environment.This looks like a death trap, im sure no topple and safety test,yet this is a government approved modern PUV!? CCTV,DASHCAM,GPS? A lot of BS! pic.twitter.com/Y0aHIniEHb
— Robin da Roza (@robindaroza) November 10, 2019
Alam nyo ba na kakaunti lang ang maisasakay jan ng may Ari? Kht s pag seserbis ng bata sa Eskwela, mas tinatangkilik ang MITSUBISHI L300 dhl capacity nto!
— AIANRACKETEER (@BrianLauron) November 11, 2019
LOOK: The Toyota Hilux Class 1 modern PUV manufactured for the Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program. The airconditioned, 12-seater, Euro 4-powered vehicle has CCTV, GPS, and wi-fi, and is also PWD-friendly. 📷@DOTrPH | via @reetuquero pic.twitter.com/Gveasdt18a
— Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) November 10, 2019
Best and brightest nga. This one accommodates twelve passengers, and is operated with Toyota Hilux. And it looks like a transport for human trafficking. The Thai songthaew (pickup truck converted into a passenger vehicle) is even better than this. https://t.co/uJPcuipzet
— Vic Nierva (@vicnierva) November 10, 2019
The idea of the PUV Modernization Program is actually good.
But why does it need to be a Toyota Hilux? It’s too expensive.
Why is it only a 12-seater? This adds more traffic.
Why is it too plain? Can we add more Filipino culture and identity even though its modernized? https://t.co/5Er89MEk0B
— Miguel Greyjoy 🌊 (@migsrodriguez_) November 10, 2019
They want people to commute for hours in a delivery vehicle? https://t.co/YFfGeS2Hs9
— Abdulhamid Alawi Jr. (@gaddialawi) November 10, 2019
This actually costs a million, who on earth could buy this so called transpo vehicle? Bill Gates? Mark Zuckerberg? Henry Sy? And, ah yess a pwd friendly, has wifi and ac on it too. WE NEED SOMETHING TO SOLVE HEAVY TRAFFIC NOT A HIGH CLASS TOYOTA HILUX CLASS 1 MODERN PUV https://t.co/yuJ1pRiogQ
— 🍄 (@hannnnyyya) November 10, 2019
Corruption at it’s best. https://t.co/Gu3CJoWlLL
— Mark (@mark62b) November 10, 2019
MASHUP doesn’t seem to work. “LOOK: Tugade, other transport officials test Toyota’s new modern PUV”
For starters m the wheelbase is too short. For another, too much separation between driver and passengers.
:https://t.co/m14NERGEJs via @ABSCBNNews
— CatcherInTheRice (@ORoncesvalles) November 10, 2019