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    #31
    Keeping this alive for those with similar dilemmas. :D
    For now, I am on popcorn mode for both price movements (hopefully down) and promos!

    Also, getting the funds all ready so that I can get lesser interest as I accumulate some more additional $ for DP.

    So for those who are in this same scenario, look on. For those who had the same dilemma but ended up with a choice, do tell us how you came up with the idea and which ones you compared it with.

    New additions to the price brackets:
    Vios J 1.3 - Pros: Power Steering, Windows, Locks, Parts availability
    Cons: Dime a dozen, still have stellies
    Celerio MT - Pros: Nice styling, good price
    Cons: After market services, Power Windows only at the front

    So dagdag lang kayo jan! :D

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    #32
    The Celerio has the smallest rear seat on the market. The i10 is bigger than that, the Spark is bigger than the i10, and the new Picanto could swallow them all whole. 200 liter trunk, back seat that's got legroom to match or exceed the Vios.

    I still like the Celerio's looks, though. And it still drives very nice.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    The Celerio has the smallest rear seat on the market. The i10 is bigger than that, the Spark is bigger than the i10, and the new Picanto could swallow them all whole. 200 liter trunk, back seat that's got legroom to match or exceed the Vios.

    I still like the Celerio's looks, though. And it still drives very nice.
    Hmmmm, thanks for the input Niky. I have to see the new Picanto.
    As for Celerio, by any chance is it true about Suzuki's legendary aftermarket service?

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    #34
    Never experienced it firsthand, but personally, it will depend on the specific dealership and more importantly, your service advisor (as with all brands).

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #35
    Quote Originally Posted by malcoxx View Post
    Hmmmm, thanks for the input Niky. I have to see the new Picanto.
    As for Celerio, by any chance is it true about Suzuki's legendary aftermarket service?
    Suzuki's legendary bad aftersales service? Yup, it's true.

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    #36
    For me it's the Accent.

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    #37
    Id go for any korean too, picanto or i10 ftw

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    #38
    hands down - i10 for me. =) most of my friends have them compared to sparky.

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    #39
    kung looks lng wla tatalo sa celerio at esp. sa fc nito the only problem is sobrang sikip sa likod wala maxado leg space but for me ito bibilhin koor yung alto k10 may sukli pa ako pambili samsung galaxy s2 :p
    super tipid p sa gas.
    btw if di issue ang space ng loob ng rides na gusto mo go w/suzuki mini cars ganda talaga inside and out.
    =)

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    #40
    Medyo out of date na dito...

    Under 600k, you can now get the Vios 1.3, the old Rio, the Accent and the Nissan Sentra GX 1.3.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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