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    #21
    Mazda 3 2008 owner here. wala naging major na sira. suspension lang at aircon ang naging sira. sa parts marami kay mazford kung within metro manila. recently nagpalit na ko ng evaporator at 3.5k free delivery pa. stab link at shocks napalitan na. nasira din power window motor sa rey's electrical ko naman pinagawa. nag CEL din pala nawala naman nung dinala ko sa casa. change oil nya sa shell gas station lang.
    fc i would say 7 to 8 kpl city driving. di ako nagsusukat. may mga gustong bilhin na mz3 ko kaya lang di pa sya for sale. hope this help.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by gongrhey View Post
    Mazda 3 2008 owner here. wala naging major na sira. suspension lang at aircon ang naging sira. sa parts marami kay mazford kung within metro manila. recently nagpalit na ko ng evaporator at 3.5k free delivery pa. stab link at shocks napalitan na. nasira din power window motor sa rey's electrical ko naman pinagawa. nag CEL din pala nawala naman nung dinala ko sa casa. change oil nya sa shell gas station lang.
    fc i would say 7 to 8 kpl city driving. di ako nagsusukat. may mga gustong bilhin na mz3 ko kaya lang di pa sya for sale. hope this help.

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    Yun mazda owner.

    Hindi kase makajoin sa fb group nila kaya dto ko nagbabakasakali.

    Kung 7-8 kpl almost same lang naman sa city driving ng sentra 98.
    Manual or at sa inyo sir?

    Yung mga mekaniko gumagawa nagpapalit din naman siguro kahit saang mga service center like shell,petron servitek. Sa ganyan kase ako madalas nagmaintenance.

    Sa piyesa kung may takbuhan naman within metro wala naman siguro magiging problema.

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    #23
    AT walang manual yung mazda 3. oo naman gumagawa sila saka yung model ng mazda 3 n to medyo marami ang bumili kya may mga pyesa at marurunong ng gumawa. isa pa parehas lang ang parts ng ford focus ng same model year kasi that time may stake si ford sa mazda. dont worry kung type mo talaga hindi sya maselan kagaya ng pagkaka alam ng iba.

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    #24
    Thanks sir.
    Sa budget ko parang 2004-2006 lang kaya.

    Mataas na siguro price ng 2008.

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    #25
    Sa choices mo and the budget, I'd go for Lancer, pizza model or cedia siguro.

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    #26
    TS makikisakay na ko sa thread mo ha. pasensya na. may mga questions lang ako as a first time car buyer. currently po kasi naghahanap ako ng second hand car for 200k max budget. 5 po kami sa pamilya 3 kids na 8y/o eldest. bulacan area po kami so usually ang magiging gamit sa kanya e panghatid sundo sa mga bata, pangpunta sa mall. pero syempre kung maisipan namin na magpunta ng manila or mag out of town ayun gagamitin din sya para dun. pero madalang lang naman. sa paghahanap ko sa OLX, FB marketplace at FB groups eh eto yung mga naencounter ko at mga questions ko:

    1. May nakapagsabi po kasi sakin na I should stick to Japanese brands when buying second hand cars kasi daw mas madali ang pyesa. Para nga daw sa kanya yung ibang brands like kia, Hyundai, Suzuki e disposable kasi masyadong mahal ang maintenance at mahirap maghanap ng pyesa. Kaya din daw mababa ang market value ng mga to dahil nga sa reasons na sinabi nya. Totoo po ba to? Should I choose a Toyota vios 2006 instead of a Kia Rio 2011?
    2. Totoo po ba na mas matanda ang sasakyan mas matibay? Kasi daw yung kaha nung mga luma matitigas pa. yung mga bago malalambot na.
    3. then yung mga malilit na kotse like alto, eon, picanto, i10 delikado daw sa kalsada. Lalo daw kung ibabyahe ng NLEX kasi daw kayang kayang durugin ng bus at truck. Tama po ba to? Should I avoid smaller types of vehicles?
    4. What about repossessed vehicles from banks? Natetempt po kasi ako na dun bumili kasi nakita ko na lower yung selling price nila compared sa second hand market. Kaso may nakapagsabi sakin na ingat din daw ako kasi 75% ng mga sasakyan dun nilalaspag na ng owner kapag alam nya na mababatak na.

    5. based on the above questions, ano po ang mas preferred nyo na bilin kung kayo ang nasa katayuan ko:
    a. Nissan Sentra 2011
    b. Toyota Altis 2008
    c. Toyota Vios 2006
    d. Honda City 2007
    e. Honda Civic 2003
    f. Kia Rio 2011
    g. Mitsubishi Lancer 2006
    h. Kia Picanto 2011
    i. Hyundai i10 2012
    j. Hyundai Eon 2014
    k. Hyundai Getz 2012
    l. Suzuki Alto 2014
    m. Suzuki Celerio 2011
    n. Mazda 3 2006

    suggest lang po kayo ng iba pang sasakyan kung wala sa list yung suggestion nyo. sakin po kahit ano ok lang basta hindi yung sakit sa ulo at sirain. at syempre yung fuel efficient.. hehe.. maraming salamat po!

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    #27
    How about accord or camry? Since di naman magiging issue ang fc since hinde naman matraffic siguro sa mga dadaanan.

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by robot.sonic View Post
    How about accord or camry? Since di naman magiging issue ang fc since hinde naman matraffic siguro sa mga dadaanan.
    mas ok po sana yung fuel efficient. hehe!

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    #29
    Japanese cars are generally more durable than Korean cars in the long run. This is especially true with older models. Doubly so with the smaller, cheaper models.

    Since you mentioned lesser traffic and significant highway mileage, I'd suggest you get a car with adequate power, say at least 1.5 or 1.6L in displacement and not lower than subcompact in size for a more comfortable and stable highway driving experience.

    I'd go for the newest/freshest Altis or Sentra that the budget will allow. Since you mentioned light traffic, you can also consider more fuel efficient manual variants.

    And then again, 200k can also get you a diesel Mitsubishi Adventure. Apart from the obvious perks of buying a tall diesel vehicle... It can seat 10, and yet is shorter than the typical compact sedan. Parts are cheap and can be found anywhere. Immortal 4D56 engine is fairly durable, fuel efficient, easy to maintain, and can still reach a respectable 140km/h should you floor it. Despite its Jurassic origins, modern prerequisite creature comforts offered include dual aircon, power windows, locks and mirrors, keyless entry and a tachometer which makes it acceptable in my books.

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by GTi View Post
    Japanese cars are generally more durable than Korean cars in the long run. This is especially true with older models. Doubly so with the smaller, cheaper models.

    Since you mentioned lesser traffic and significant highway mileage, I'd suggest you get a car with adequate power, say at least 1.5 or 1.6L in displacement and not lower than subcompact in size for a more comfortable and stable highway driving experience.

    I'd go for the newest/freshest Altis or Sentra that the budget will allow. Since you mentioned light traffic, you can also consider more fuel efficient manual variants.

    And then again, 200k can also get you a diesel Mitsubishi Adventure. Apart from the obvious perks of buying a tall diesel vehicle... It can seat 10, and yet is shorter than the typical compact sedan. Parts are cheap and can be found anywhere. Immortal 4D56 engine is fairly durable, fuel efficient, easy to maintain, and can still reach a respectable 140km/h should you floor it. Despite its Jurassic origins, modern prerequisite creature comforts offered include dual aircon, power windows, locks and mirrors, keyless entry and a tachometer which makes it acceptable in my books.

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    Thanks bossing. malaking tulong ito. hehe! so pwede ko din palang maging option yung adventure.. hehe.. anyway may question pa pala ko na isa. kasi yung 200k na budget namin medyo masasagasaan na yung budget namin sa ibang plano namin bilhin para sa bahay. so iniisip ko ibaba to 100-150k yung budget. e may nag-aalok sakin 94 civic for 75k nego. tingin nyo po ba mura na yun? makinis naman yung kotse tapos papatingnan din naman sa mekaniko muna bago bilin. ano po ba maaadvise nyo sakin regarding dyan?

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