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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by restituto View Post
    I've heard na mas magastos maintenance ng diesel engine kay sa gasoline dahil dami pang system involve sa process so more parts are considered. Totoo ba to?
    yep you are right, but consider your gasoline savings and you will notice that It is almost the same

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    #22
    ^^ happy gilmore ka din ha? yan ang dating handle ko eh..hehehehe. back to the topic, three weeks ago, we went up to Baguio using a 1.5 CRDi Accent, with around 5 CPUs and four big full grown adults (mga kasinglalaki ko) via Kennon. walang kahirap-hirap.

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    #23
    good day mga sirs! suggestion lng to ha?, i'll go for accent crdi.., nung hndi pa ako nka pag drive ng accent, choice ko is mag city1.5... kc mas maganda ang looks at ang badge nya HONDA.. but knina nag testdrive ako ng accent, ang ganda ng tourque nya, ang layo sa city at kung fc nman pag uusapan, accent talaga.. practical car talaga mga sirs.. kaso lng wlang airbag at abs.. pero kung iisipin, kung practical car ang hnahanap mo,tourque, tipid, speed, accent..kung looks, safety ang resale, city 1.5... in my own opinion lng ya mga sirs..

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    #24
    1) Fuel Efficiency - accent

    2) Low cost of maintenance - accent

    3) Interior Comfort - city

    4) Ride quality - both

    5) Safety - both

    6) After Sales service - both

    Thank you!

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Bronu Dagohoy View Post
    1) Fuel Efficiency - accent

    2) Low cost of maintenance - accent

    3) Interior Comfort - city

    4) Ride quality - both

    5) Safety - both

    6) After Sales service - both

    Thank you!

    binuhay ang patay.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Bronu Dagohoy View Post
    1) Fuel Efficiency - accent

    2) Low cost of maintenance - accent

    3) Interior Comfort - city

    4) Ride quality - both

    5) Safety - both

    6) After Sales service - both

    Thank you!
    safety for accent? e wala nga syang kahit isang airbag.

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    #27
    Yep the ACcent is barred of safety features so price wise it can compete with its gas rivals. That's the price you pay for diesel...

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by tidus1203 View Post
    Yep the ACcent is barred of safety features so price wise it can compete with its gas rivals. That's the price you pay for diesel...
    e kahit isa lang pwede na...but wait, yung kia rio din wala ding airbag, gas pa naman siya.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by suysuy View Post
    titingnan ko safety. i think wala na ibang model ang VTEC na 1.5. standard on any 1.5L vtec is ABS with EBD and Brake Assist. Dual Airbags. EPS pa ang steering.

    12km/l vs 15km/l is not that big. if the accent does not have safety features like the city vtec has, then i'll choose safety over economy.

    besides, the city and jazz is very the same. It has the G-CON body structure. so safety in mind, lamang na ang City.

    as ive said, kung may ABS EBD at BA ang accent, ill go for the accent.
    Actually 25% more km means that on a full tank of 40 liters, the Accent would go further by 120km more. That's pretty much a few more days worth of travel for a typical car.

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    #30
    hi i just got a 2010 silver hyundai accent; kindly where can the article be read... the link isnt available...

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