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    #11
    Kung MT, small difference lang siguro yung FC ng Altis 1.6E MT sa Sentra N16 GSX. Maybe other people can chip in on actual values. Mababa lang talaga resale value ng Nissan. Madali lang naman maintenance at parts ng Nissan cars kasi nga marami naman tumatakbo nito sa daan. Kahit anong kotse pa yan basta di mo aalagaan, sigurado bibigyan ka ng problema.

    Kung kukuha ka man ng AT na Sentra N16, wag yung GX kasi sobrang underpowered yung 1.3L engine para sa mabigat na chassis ng N16. Better go for the Sentra GS as it has better safety features and better interiors. The FC of the Sentra GS AT will be around 8-9 Km/L on city driving and 11-12 Km/L on the highway.

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    #12
    How about FD Civics? Can this compete with the Altis and N16 Sentra on my 3 main priorities? FC, maintenance and reliability?

    I only have 300k in cash but I think I can go for financing for cars up to 500k.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Silaar View Post
    Salamat! Excited na talaga ako lol.

    Ay ganun? Hindi ba katulad sa US yung "pre-owned" yung as in certified ng manufacturer o kaya ng isang independent assessor? Kasi sabi ng father ko tumingin daw ako sa Philmotors.com, autohubgroup.com at autotradephilippines.com. Mahirap daw bumili kasi sa mga tao at ang sabi niya ok lang daw na wag na daw ako magdala ng mekaniko kapag sa mga ganung dealers. Marunong naman siya sa sasakyan kaya lang nasa US siya kaya mas tiwala siya sa mga "pre-owned" dealers. Mairerecommend niyo ba yung mga dealers na yun na bilhan?

    Anyway, maganda ba ang fiesta or focus pagdating sa maintenance, FC at reliability? Kasi kung worth it naman baka kaya ko pang mag-intay ng konti baka lumaki pa budget ko. Hehe.

    Gamitin ko sana pala yung car mostly pang service ko sa school. Cavite to Pasay ang kadalasan ruta ko pero once in a year umuuwi ako ng Quezon province or minsan sa Fairview.

    Priority ko sana FC, maintenance at reliability. Mukang lahat yun traits ng Toyota lol. Gusto ko nga lang maiba. Ano-ano bang mga models ng car ang kayang tumapat sa Toyota or behind lang ng konti doon sa 3 criteria na yun?

    Salamat uli!
    Dito kasi kahit sabihin natin na bumili ka sa mga 2nd hand car dealers, hit and miss parin kasi minsan remedyo lang ang ginagawa nila at nasisira din ulit sometime soon. Yung talagang worry-free na 2nd hand sa mga casa na nagbebenta ng 2nd hand. Pero syempre mas mahal ang mga to...

    Cavite to Pasay... Saang parte ng Cavite? Hindi naman siguro ganon kalayo at mostly highway ang takbo?

    Oonga, traits ng Toyota yan. Swak na swak ang Altis sayo. Diesel na Revo at Adventure pasok din sa criteria niyo. Gusto mo? If you run lots of highway, maganda ang ES Civic since it has lots of top end grunt.

    I would not suggest getting financing lalo na kung 2nd hand car. Sayang lang talaga ng pera. Besides, you don't get good deals with 2nd hand.

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    #14
    Kung 500k financing budget, brand new Mitsubishi Mirage na yan.

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Kung 500k financing budget, brand new Mitsubishi Mirage na yan.
    Ang liit ng mirage.. hehe.. parang kapag nabangga ako ng mga malalaking sasakyan pisa ako lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Dito kasi kahit sabihin natin na bumili ka sa mga 2nd hand car dealers, hit and miss parin kasi minsan remedyo lang ang ginagawa nila at nasisira din ulit sometime soon. Yung talagang worry-free na 2nd hand sa mga casa na nagbebenta ng 2nd hand. Pero syempre mas mahal ang mga to...

    Cavite to Pasay... Saang parte ng Cavite? Hindi naman siguro ganon kalayo at mostly highway ang takbo?

    Oonga, traits ng Toyota yan. Swak na swak ang Altis sayo. Diesel na Revo at Adventure pasok din sa criteria niyo. Gusto mo? If you run lots of highway, maganda ang ES Civic since it has lots of top end grunt.

    I would not suggest getting financing lalo na kung 2nd hand car. Sayang lang talaga ng pera. Besides, you don't get good deals with 2nd hand.
    Yung casa ba meaning mga car manufacturer? So hindi pala casa yung mga 2nd hand/pre-owned dealers? Katulad nung nasa philmotors.com at autotradephilippines.com? E yung autohubgroup.com.. casa ba yun na pang ford?

    Oo nga, ang laki ng dagdag.. sa 2 years payment.. nasa 80k ang dagdag..

    So I assume na Altis ang PINAKA maganda ang FC among compact sedans? Maririval ba ng ES Civic yung top 3 priorities ko?

    Edit:
    Taga Bacoor lang ako at Pasay lang punta ko.. heavy traffic kapag rush hour pero other than that medyo light to moderate lang ang traffic. Coastal road at macapagal blvd o roxas ang dadaanan ko, kung Quezon naman, SLEX lang diba? Yung pa fairview lang kasi sa Edsa ang daan pero minsan lang naman ako pumunta doon.

    So I guess need ko magdala ng mekaniko pagpunta ko sa mga car dealers na yan this saturday.

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    #16
    Ay nga pala.. how about Jazz? saka lancer na glx.. mababa din resale value nun ah..

    Di ko pa need ng malaking sasakyan kasi 2 lang kami ng kapatid ko magkasama sa bahay at dalawa lang kaming mag sasalit-salitan sa paggamit once na magka driver's license na siya.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Silaar View Post
    Ang liit ng mirage.. hehe.. parang kapag nabangga ako ng mga malalaking sasakyan pisa ako lol.
    Size doesn't matter as much as strength. The Mirage is projected to get five stars on the NCAP tests.

    A "small" car that gets five stars will keep you alive better in a collision than an AUV that won't even get two stars, or an older "compact" that gets three.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #18
    Kaya nga.

    Yung Smart car na pagkaliit liit eh sobrang safe.

    Sent from my GT-P7310 using Tapatalk 2

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Kaya nga.

    Yung Smart car na pagkaliit liit eh sobrang safe.

    Sent from my GT-P7310 using Tapatalk 2
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Size doesn't matter as much as strength. The Mirage is projected to get five stars on the NCAP tests.

    A "small" car that gets five stars will keep you alive better in a collision than an AUV that won't even get two stars, or an older "compact" that gets three.
    Really?! Parang pagong (animal) pala siya.. hehe.. btw I apologized for my ignorance anyway,edi yan na ang pinaka matipid sa mga subcompact cars. I think I'll look it up in the net for more reviews and thanks for enlightening me

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    #20
    An officemate got his Mirage end of November. He got the GLS MT model. After 3 weeks of use, he mentioned he was averaging 18 Km/L FC on city driving (normal weekday route of QC to Taguig).

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