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    #21
    I think the Chevrolet Spin is unibody.

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    #22
    Since girl driver siya, di na siguro kailangan sa kanya ang power at tulin considering sa kanyang route at nag-iisa naman lagi siya.

    So palagay ko tama na ang Hyundai.

    Bagay sa kanya ang 2014 Honda City, 2014 Toyota Altis, 2014 Mazda 3, 2014 Nissan Almera (2014 Mazda 3 pag ako pinapili)

    Kung gusto nya ng may angas ng kunti, nandyan ang 2014 Ford Ecosport. Sobrang bagay na bagay din sa girl ang Lancer Ex

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    #23
    Galing ako sa hatchback (Echo) then I switched to a crossover vehicle XV. Akala ko mahihirapan ako because of the size adjustment but on the contrary, parang naging mas madali ang driving. Especially because hindi na ako basta basta naiipit or binu bully sa daan because of the bigger size of the vehicle. Imagination ko lang ba yan or is it a fact that smaller cars tend to get "bullied" on the road (minsan di nakikita, etc.)? I'm a woman driver, too, so am just offering and asking for different perspectives.


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    #24
    ^actually it is more on "kung kaya mong bayaran e di banggain mo..." small cars are deemed cheaper to fix and drivers of small cars are also seen as new drivers (entry level vehicle kasi) and therfore easier to intimidate. Pag cuv/suv or any high end vehicle ang dala mo there is the "uy mahal yan di ko kaya pagawa yan" kaya iiwas sila sa iyo. Tignan mo pag new na benz or bmw di dumidikit mga jeep, bus and taxi.

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    #25
    ^makes sense :-)


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    #26
    95% for the accent hatch as of now.

    We had just talked and my next task will be dealer hopping for the best deal for the Accent Hatch Diesel M/T.

    Anong dealer ng Hyundai okay kausap sa ngayon?


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    #27
    ^ Good choice on the Accent hatch :-) I've only gone to the Pasong Tamo Extension Makati dealer but I'd advise you to go elsewhere. The boss mismo is very snobbish and pahirapan before you can test drive. As in physically minata talaga kami ng brother ko. Kapag tingin nya hindi may kaya hindi pinapayagan mag test drive. Waste of time sila. When I complained sa email nila saka tumawag yung marketing dept nila nagso sorry at nag ooffer ng test drive pero na turn off na ako. That's why I ended up buying another car. So I suggest sa ibang dealer ka pumunta.


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    #28
    Good choice Sir Sarsi. Oks yan accent hatch. Dami mahusay na feedback.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by yebo View Post
    ^actually it is more on "kung kaya mong bayaran e di banggain mo..." small cars are deemed cheaper to fix and drivers of small cars are also seen as new drivers (entry level vehicle kasi) and therfore easier to intimidate. Pag cuv/suv or any high end vehicle ang dala mo there is the "uy mahal yan di ko kaya pagawa yan" kaya iiwas sila sa iyo. Tignan mo pag new na benz or bmw di dumidikit mga jeep, bus and taxi.
    i got bumped once, on the driver's door. had i been driving my smaller car, i would have broken my collarbone, because the space between my shoulder and the car door is only a couple of inches. fortunately, my larger car then had enough clearance.. i escaped only with a dented wallet.

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by admiralpye View Post
    Galing ako sa hatchback (Echo) then I switched to a crossover vehicle XV. Akala ko mahihirapan ako because of the size adjustment but on the contrary, parang naging mas madali ang driving. Especially because hindi na ako basta basta naiipit or binu bully sa daan because of the bigger size of the vehicle. Imagination ko lang ba yan or is it a fact that smaller cars tend to get "bullied" on the road (minsan di nakikita, etc.)? I'm a woman driver, too, so am just offering and asking for different perspectives.
    Hindi yan imahinasyon, yan ay pawang katotohanan lamang. Ako mismo naeexperience ko yan kapag ang gamit ko yung Honda City na 04, grabe kahit nakabike walang respeto sayo haha Ang mga taxi jeep truck tryk lahat yan bastos sayo kaya ginagamit ko lang yun pag hindi ako nagmamadali e. Kasi sigurado dagdag oras sa byahe. Hindi ka talaga pagbibigyan kahit pasok kana ipipilit pa din nila yung kanila.

    Pero kapag yung Lancer dala ko although hindi naman malaki eh mejo pormado siya, kaya naiintimidate (siguro) sila iniisip nila siguro mamahalin hahaha Kapag yun ang dala ko lahat or kadalasan mapagbigay mga nakakasabay ko. Ang hindi lang talaga matinag mga naka SUV talagang siga na sa kalye yan pero siguro kung naka BMW ka or any other mamahalin brand eh siguro mejo babait tong mga naka SUV (kahit papano).

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