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View Poll Results: Which 1998 Mid-Size Sedan Will You Choose?

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  • Honda Accord

    3 23.08%
  • Mitsubishi Galant

    2 15.38%
  • Nissan Cefiro

    5 38.46%
  • Toyota Camry

    3 23.08%
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  1. Join Date
    Oct 2002
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    13,415
    #31
    1 - Camry - Drive it, and hear the responses of owners, bulletproof car.
    2 - Accord - Slow, but same as Accord, perennial mom-mobiles that never fails
    3 - Cefiro - Other than iffy Nissan electronics and cost of V6 maintenance, great value car.
    4 - Galant - Old platform covered in sharp body and interior looks.

  2. Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Posts
    5,465
    #32
    old Toyota car's dashboards has always been shiny. walang wala sa interiors ng Nissan and Honda. lalo na yung AE111 Corollas... shiny! ...everywhere!!!

  3. Join Date
    Apr 2006
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    12
    #33
    I own a Cefiro '99 Elite :lol: A32 chassis with that award-winning VQ20 engine. Its not exactly a rocket, but it gets you flying after a while :lol:

    The only car I would ever replace my A32 would be the new 3.5Q Camry :lol:

    Oh yeah, if buying a Cefiro, I suggest getting the newer A32s with Taiwan-spec ECUs. Older A32s have JDM ECus with JDM fuel maps... kaya 95 or higher RON ang requirement ng mga ito.

    Also, gaskets and aircon are the main problems of the Cefiro. Other than that, it is of great value.

    I just had my Cefiro's aircon repaired. Now its a freezer. The Cefiro's A/C system is designed without a thermostat, and the compressor continously cools (it doesnt turn off like most other cars).

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M-Class Sedans Circa 1998