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  1. Join Date
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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Honda's L15, on paper, makes around 120PS at 6600rpm and 145Nm at 4800rpm. Good luck though on peaking that tachometer at that rpm, unless you are able to go thru the 3 stages of i-VTEC in a hurry and reach the engine's max torque and power. Our 2009 City 1.5E feels slow and it takes a long time to reach its redline.

    On Ford's 1.0L Ecoboost, it is rated at 125PS at 6000rpm and 170Nm at 1500-4500rpm with overboost (200Nm) at 5000rpm. You can redline that tachometer easily and the car just scoots.

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    Honda's L15, on paper, makes around 120PS at 6600rpm and 145Nm at 4800rpm. Good luck though on peaking that tachometer at that rpm, unless you are able to go thru the 3 stages of i-VTEC in a hurry and reach the engine's max torque and power. Our 2009 City 1.5E feels slow and it takes a long time to reach its redline.

    On Ford's 1.0L Ecoboost, it is rated at 125PS at 6000rpm and 170Nm at 1500-4500rpm with overboost (200Nm) at 5000rpm. You can redline that tachometer easily and the car just scoots.
    This new gen City or Jazz paired with the CVT feels more responsive compared to the previous 5AT models. Although I agree the Fiesta's engine response and power is better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Honda's L15, on paper, makes around 120PS at 6600rpm and 145Nm at 4800rpm. Good luck though on peaking that tachometer at that rpm, unless you are able to go thru the 3 stages of i-VTEC in a hurry and reach the engine's max torque and power. Our 2009 City 1.5E feels slow and it takes a long time to reach its redline.

    On Ford's 1.0L Ecoboost, it is rated at 125PS at 6000rpm and 170Nm at 1500-4500rpm with overboost (200Nm) at 5000rpm. You can redline that tachometer easily and the car just scoots.

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    Honda's L15, on paper, makes around 120PS at 6600rpm and 145Nm at 4800rpm. Good luck though on peaking that tachometer at that rpm, unless you are able to go thru the 3 stages of i-VTEC in a hurry and reach the engine's max torque and power. Our 2009 City 1.5E feels slow and it takes a long time to reach its redline.

    On Ford's 1.0L Ecoboost, it is rated at 125PS at 6000rpm and 170Nm at 1500-4500rpm with overboost (200Nm) at 5000rpm. You can redline that tachometer easily and the car just scoots.
    This new gen City or Jazz paired with the CVT feels more responsive compared to the previous 5AT models. Although I agree the Fiesta's engine response and power is better

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by glntVR View Post
    This new gen City or Jazz paired with the CVT feels more responsive compared to the previous 5AT models. Although I agree the Fiesta's engine response and power is better
    We can only drool at how much better the Fiesta ST with its 1.6L Ecoboost engine (197hp) can offer in terms of driving excitement.

    Let's hope that HondaPH will bring the 2016 Honda Civic with its new Earth Dreams 1.5L turbo engine. Some say its power output, torque, and fuel efficiency will be better than the current 1.8L and 2.0L models.

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    #23
    Thank you for all your inputs.. A big help

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    #24
    Hi! Buhayin ko lang tong thread na to because I too, is in this position right now. Kamusta? Ano na po ang kinuha niyo Jazz or City? Please give us an update. Thanks.

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