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    #101
    Quote Originally Posted by commercial View Post
    for me mas maganda pa rin brand new
    i agree, and wish ko lang na can afford.
    but many folks simply do not have the wherewithal, or refuse to pay top peso for brand new..
    Last edited by dr. d; March 21st, 2018 at 09:48 AM.

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    #102
    I am reviving this thread guys. Right now I have a budget of 120k, mind you, I just need something basic. Now, here are my ideas:

    1. Buy a GLI Corrolla bigbody/Lovelife (due to its widespread market for parts that is why I chose a corolla) for about 80k to 90k and dedicate the rest of the budget for repairs and maintenance
    2. Buy a unit of a more recent year for exactly 120k
    3. Either way, what is the best unit at this price point?

    I know the amount is not much, but its all I have. Thanks to those who will answer.

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    #103
    Quote Originally Posted by Abiel View Post
    I am reviving this thread guys. Right now I have a budget of 120k, mind you, I just need something basic. Now, here are my ideas:

    1. Buy a GLI Corrolla bigbody/Lovelife (due to its widespread market for parts that is why I chose a corolla) for about 80k to 90k and dedicate the rest of the budget for repairs and maintenance
    2. Buy a unit of a more recent year for exactly 120k
    3. Either way, what is the best unit at this price point?

    I know the amount is not much, but its all I have. Thanks to those who will answer.

    You wont go wrong between toyota corolla and Mistu Lancer (itlog or pizza). Tried and tested models, Plenty of parts available, with a price point well within your budget.

    Another option is to buy brand new, affordable models (Vios, Avanza, Mirage, wigo). use your current savings as DP for the BN car, and enjoy it (headache-free) for the next 5 to 7 years.

    Sobrang luma na din kasi ng mga models na target mo. Baka mamaya mas madalas pang nasa talyer yung oto mo, di mo rin magamit.

    Goodluck on choosing sir!

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    #104
    Yes the reliable corolla "big body"

    Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk

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    #105
    whatever of these you buy, make sure you have some money still, for the repairs.
    cars of this age and price, i expect post-purchase repair and fix expenses.
    good luck.

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    #106
    ^^^ that, and get something of value, Civics of the 90s seems to be holding their value real well.

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    #107
    Quote Originally Posted by AHP333 View Post
    ei guys en gals,


    just wna know if you have 130-50k budget, what car bibilhin nyo and why?!!!

    brand, year model, kotse or van etc......... any opinions, just post it!!!?? 8)





    zlamatz po!!!


    corolla nalang

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    #108
    i will buy a multicab.
    low maintenance. parts are everywhere. it is not a guzzler.
    if i still have something left from my 150k, i'd buy sacks of rice.

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    #109
    Does the multicab have air conditioning? ...

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    #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Does the multicab have air conditioning? ...
    natural airconditioning... I presume.

150k....what 2nd hand car woul you buy?!