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    #21
    corolla worth it yan!

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    #22
    Hmm. . .how about a 1997 Honda City.

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    #23
    the AE101 would be the best choice for this criteria. kaya lang walang AT.
    i just dont know if it would be good to use this to ride with a client..... masyadong maliit ang budget mo for this.

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    #24
    Thanks for all your inputs and, well, concern. I really appreciate it.

    I'd like to consider Sir Niky's advice, and yes, I'm familiar with McDo "Drop Off" point. My officemate from Carmona does the same.

    However, it might be easier for me to take UV Express rather than dropping off my car and picking it up later. There's a lot already faring Makati - Nuvali area.

    On 2nd thought, loaning a "newer" 2nd hand car might be of interest to me. Now thinking of the 2005 City iDSi.

    I'll take a chance looking from Auto Financing firms, my P 130k might be suited as down payment already.

    Any thoughts on my choice, Sirs?

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    Thanks for all your inputs and, well, concern. I really appreciate it.

    I'd like to consider Sir Niky's advice, and yes, I'm familiar with McDo "Drop Off" point. My officemate from Carmona does the same.

    However, it might be easier for me to take UV Express rather than dropping off my car and picking it up later. There's a lot already faring Makati - Nuvali area.

    On 2nd thought, loaning a "newer" 2nd hand car might be of interest to me. Now thinking of the 2005 City iDSi.

    I'll take a chance looking from Auto Financing firms, my P 130k might be suited as down payment already.

    Any thoughts on my choice, Sirs?

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    #25
    As long as you don't get the CVT, the iDSi Hondas are good cars. Some kalampag issues, but easily solved with better bushings. Only thing to look out for, at this age, is potential rust issues if the car was in an accident (inspect carefully).

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcal68 View Post
    Hmm. . .how about a 1997 Honda City.
    it was, i think, honda's intro model for this line.. "made-in-india quality" (bahala ka na sa innuendoes).
    may kakilala akong may ganyan.. nabili niya with 100K on the odo at ok pa... minor knicks only raw..
    just avoid those with major issues.

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    #27
    may 1999 nissan cefiro sa carmudi worth 100k ganda nyan para sa mga kliyente

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syuryuken View Post
    may 1999 nissan cefiro sa carmudi worth 100k ganda nyan para sa mga kliyente
    the AT is mumog de gasolina... 5.5 km/li, according to an old review..

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    #29
    Stay away from midsize cars with model years 2000 or older. The LTO MVUC cost is a bit high. Midsizers from 2001 onwards have lower LTO MVUC cost. You can chance upon 2001-2003 midsizers for around 150k (or lower) but primary consideration is the fuel consumption of such cars and how the previous owner cared for it. However, midsizers have better power, drives better, and more comfortable.

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    #30
    TS gusto honda city a/t sx8 ko for sale lol
    baka honda city sx8 pasok sa budget mo pero halos hindi na orig paint ung mga nasa OLX hehe
    ano ba current car mo?
    Last edited by crosswind; May 13th, 2015 at 11:47 AM.

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