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    Good day mga ka-tsikot, nagpapatulong po ang friend ko with a budget of 350-380k. Reliability, porma and last na siguro yung fuel consumption. Mostly higways po ang byahe around 60 kilometers daily commute nya. Thanks mga idol

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    2010 mazda 3 2.0!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AldwinRN View Post
    Good day mga ka-tsikot, nagpapatulong po ang friend ko with a budget of 350-380k. Reliability, porma and last na siguro yung fuel consumption. Mostly higways po ang byahe around 60 kilometers daily commute nya. Thanks mga idol
    1. Budget - Civic at M3 ang swak. Mataas pa price ng GTA.

    2. Realibility - 1st, Civic. 2nd, Lancer. 3rd, M3.

    3. Porma - Civic. Madaming available na kits.

    4. FC - Hindi nagkakalayo yan tatlo since mostly hi-ways.

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    2010 mazda 3 para mas bago

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    Since mostly highways, anu daw mga sir ang ok mag overtake? Yung hindi ka kakabahan mag overtake sa napakahabang truck mula sa mabagal na takbo? Thanks daw mga idol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AldwinRN View Post
    Since mostly highways, anu daw mga sir ang ok mag overtake? Yung hindi ka kakabahan mag overtake sa napakahabang truck mula sa mabagal na takbo? Thanks daw mga idol
    M3, lalo na kapag gagamitin ang tiptronic/paddle shifter.

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    go with the newer one

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    Why not consider a Civic FD 2.0? They are priced about the same as the lower trim 1.8L model but you get a more powerful engine and better features. The 1.8L model has better fuel efficiency though.

    The Mazda 3 of that era is not known for fuel efficiency but they do handle and drive well. The 2.0L and 1.6L models average the same fuel consumption.

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    ^ i concur on the civic fd 2.0 s-l.

    i drive one and i still prefer driving it over our newer suv. swabe kasi at may oomph talaga pag tapak sa silinyidor. iyon nga lang hindi kasing fuel efficient ng lower trims pero tulad ng sabi ng naunang poster, since high-way driving ka naman most of the time, hindi naman gaano nag-kakalayo ang kunsumo mo ng gas niyan

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    A family friend has the Civic 2.0S and often complained about the poor city gas mileage which he likened to that of midsize sedans, though also noted that it's performance could match a 2.4L midsize with ease. If you are into modification though, this is definitely the one to get. Both engine and tranny are capable of reliably handling lots of added power.

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2008 honda civic 1.8s vs. 2010 mazda 3 2.0 vs. 2008 mitsubishi lancer gta