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    #41
    Simple - dahil mabenta.

    The fact that the City is still selling like hotcakes despite being priced higher than the competition means that Honda's still got buyers hooked, and I wouldn't be surprised if they think that they can increase the price without a decrease in sales.


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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by dct View Post
    City or vios for me. May power nga ang fiesta, pangit naman ng transmission kaya hindi rin makasprint agad if needed
    Sure ka bro hindi maka-sprint? The Fiesta 1.5 does 0-100 in 11-12 sec. That's quicker than Vios.

    And with the 1.0 Ecoboost Powershift, 0-100 is only around 9 seconds. That's faster than most 2.0 sedans.


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    I own a 2009 Honda City. Maintenance costs around 3,700 to 4,000 pesos every 10,000 kms. Casa maintained and I use Honda synthetic oil. I used to have a 2006 Avanza, also casa maintained with Toyota synthetic oil. 10,000 km service interval. Cost is also 3,000 to 4,000 pesos. So while your car is under warranty and casa maintained, cost is about the same. If you have it serviced outside, then Toyota parts will be less expensive.

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    #44
    Guys what do you think of ford ecosport ambiente manual? Another option ko ito. Price is around 775k pasok s budget.


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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by jut703 View Post
    Sure ka bro hindi maka-sprint? The Fiesta 1.5 does 0-100 in 11-12 sec. That's quicker than Vios.

    And with the 1.0 Ecoboost Powershift, 0-100 is only around 9 seconds. That's faster than most 2.0 sedans.


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    Yes bro with the a/t. Mataas na rpm at maingay na engine pero dahan dahan pa lang ipinapasa sa wheels yung speed.

    Iba sa ecoboost. Mas malakas engine kaya disregard mo sinabi ko pag ecoboost

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by dct View Post
    Yes bro with the a/t. Mataas na rpm at maingay na engine pero dahan dahan pa lang ipinapasa sa wheels yung speed.

    Iba sa ecoboost. Mas malakas engine kaya disregard mo sinabi ko pag ecoboost
    The Ecoboost uses the same transmission as the 1.5. 0-100 times of the Powershift Ecoboost are actually as good as the manual Ecoboost.

    I've driven the 1.6 and 1.0 Ecoboost Fiesta and their DCTs don't slip. Dry clutch DCTs transfer the power to the wheels immediately (hence the roughness at low speeds).

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle30 View Post
    Guys what do you think of ford ecosport ambiente manual? Another option ko ito. Price is around 775k pasok s budget.


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    Why not the Trend for only 50k more? Much more features.


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    #48
    At long last nakabili na ako car kya lang wala doon sa original list ko above. Altis 1.6e. Satisfied akobsa performance at handling. 2 thumbs up!

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    I own a 2009 Honda City. Maintenance costs around 3,700 to 4,000 pesos every 10,000 kms. Casa maintained and I use Honda synthetic oil. I used to have a 2006 Avanza, also casa maintained with Toyota synthetic oil. 10,000 km service interval. Cost is also 3,000 to 4,000 pesos. So while your car is under warranty and casa maintained, cost is about the same. If you have it serviced outside, then Toyota parts will be less expensive.
    Hi, which dealer allows you the 10,000kms PMS for Toyota? our Altis, RAV4 and Vios are always scheduled every 5,000kms even when we top up using a fully synthetic oil. We have our cars serviced at Toyota C5, Cubao and Marikina.

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by sientobente View Post
    Hi, which dealer allows you the 10,000kms PMS for Toyota? our Altis, RAV4 and Vios are always scheduled every 5,000kms even when we top up using a fully synthetic oil. We have our cars serviced at Toyota C5, Cubao and Marikina.
    I do my Altis and Rav4 PMS every 10k with the dealer. ok lang naman sa kanila.

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