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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by eespup View Post
    Haha di nman over sa ganun budget pero ang main consideration is the specs. I've checked the Sylphy, its spacious and looks elegant tlga. Mjo basic lng ang dashboard pero comfort and space cguro hanap ko.

    Musta nman review sa driving experience nito?
    Below are some local reviews of the Sylphy 1.8V.

    Review: 2015 Nissan Sylphy 1.8V | ************ - Philippine Car News, Car Reviews, Car Features, Car Buyer's Guide and Car Prices.

    http://www.autoindustriya.com/car-re...upper-cvt.html

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    #32
    Civic ba 1.8? Isa ding option yun

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    #33
    Maganda ang appointments, but medyo magastos sa gas...

    "Fuel economy is pretty decent; in the city the Sylphy 1.8L CVT was able to achieve 8.7 km/l in moderate traffic (23 km/h average speed) and 12.2 km/l on the highway (95 km/h average speed). If you were a little more patient on the highway, you can achieve 14.2 km/l (68 km/h average speed)."

    At those speeds, the 1.8AT civic will do 12, 18 and 21 respectively..

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    Maganda ang appointments, but medyo magastos sa gas...

    "Fuel economy is pretty decent; in the city the Sylphy 1.8L CVT was able to achieve 8.7 km/l in moderate traffic (23 km/h average speed) and 12.2 km/l on the highway (95 km/h average speed). If you were a little more patient on the highway, you can achieve 14.2 km/l (68 km/h average speed)."

    At those speeds, the 1.8AT civic will do 12, 18 and 21 respectively..

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    Quote Originally Posted by maki mi View Post
    Maganda ang appointments, but medyo magastos sa gas...

    "Fuel economy is pretty decent; in the city the Sylphy 1.8L CVT was able to achieve 8.7 km/l in moderate traffic (23 km/h average speed) and 12.2 km/l on the highway (95 km/h average speed). If you were a little more patient on the highway, you can achieve 14.2 km/l (68 km/h average speed)."

    At those speeds, the 1.8AT civic will do 12, 18 and 21 respectively..

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    I'm pretty sure the Sylphy isn't less efficient than the Civic. I used to get 7.5 km/L in moderate to heavy city traffic when I used an FD before. Nissan has a much more efficient CVT than Honda's old 5AT.

    8.7 km/L for 23 kph traffic is pretty low for the Sylphy, but it depends if that 23 kph is a mix of stop and go traffic plus really light traffic, or consistently moderate traffic. The former will give you lower FC figures than the latter.

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    #35
    My vote goes to Sylphy

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    #36
    Looks like its going to be Sylphy then guys. Sana may ready avail na White color Best 1.8 liter sedan to recommend??

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    #37
    The Sylphy is one of those cars that everyone recommends, but noone buys. Best 1.8 liter sedan to recommend??

    At the end of the day, for ordinary buyers, the Sylphy doesn't differentiate itself from the Altis well enough for them to forgo the trusted Toyota brand and risk buying a Nissan.

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    #38
    Some will tell you that that's dinosaur thinking but it's the truth. Nissan brand here is pffft.

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    #39
    NPI is good but it takes quite a long time to rebuild the trust of buyers after being ruined by Yulon Nissan.

    Same with Mazda. Berjaya is doing a really good job building the brand, but Mazda has never really gotten over the Anfra days, as well as the time when it was made to look like a second-stringer when managed by Ford. Only difference is that the '04-'12 Mz3 was such a great success story that Berjaya is having an easier time than NPI today.

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    #40
    12/ 18 /21?? I don't think even the city can achieve those numbers. In today's traffic, getting double digit gas mileage figures is miraculous already


    Quote Originally Posted by maki mi View Post
    Maganda ang appointments, but medyo magastos sa gas...

    "Fuel economy is pretty decent; in the city the Sylphy 1.8L CVT was able to achieve 8.7 km/l in moderate traffic (23 km/h average speed) and 12.2 km/l on the highway (95 km/h average speed). If you were a little more patient on the highway, you can achieve 14.2 km/l (68 km/h average speed)."

    At those speeds, the 1.8AT civic will do 12, 18 and 21 respectively..

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    Maganda ang appointments, but medyo magastos sa gas...

    "Fuel economy is pretty decent; in the city the Sylphy 1.8L CVT was able to achieve 8.7 km/l in moderate traffic (23 km/h average speed) and 12.2 km/l on the highway (95 km/h average speed). If you were a little more patient on the highway, you can achieve 14.2 km/l (68 km/h average speed)."

    At those speeds, the 1.8AT civic will do 12, 18 and 21 respectively..

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