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    #11
    Suzuki only competes on the small cars and MPVs against Honda. Suzuki has nothing to match up against the better-built and more capable Honda cars (Civic, Accord, CRV, Odyssey, Pilot).


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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Suzuki only competes on the small cars and MPVs against Honda. Suzuki has nothing to match up against the better-built and more capable Honda cars (Civic, Accord, CRV, Odyssey, Pilot).


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    Agree on this. Suzuki's forte i really the small cars now. Previously they had the grand vitara to compete with crv but it has now been rebirthed to a crossover.
    However, suzuki has the one thing that TS wants and Honda/or any car brand cannot give except Toyota. A 4x4 toy vehicle.

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    #13
    One good thing din for Suzuki is when you have your car serviced/during PMS. Kita mo kung ano ginagawa sa sasakyan mo. That's one plus point for me.

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by reiman13 View Post
    One good thing din for Suzuki is when you have your car serviced/during PMS. Kita mo kung ano ginagawa sa sasakyan mo. That's one plus point for me.
    Ganito rin sa Honda Greenhills where we have our Mobilio serviced for PMS. Malalaki ang windows nila at kita mo talaga yung ginagawa pati yung mga parts na pinalitan at ipapalit.

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    #15
    We owned a Swift for a few years. Kalampagin, based on our experience. It was fun to drive, but still not as fun and as reliable as the 2nd Gen Jazz.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    We owned a Swift for a few years. Kalampagin, based on our experience. It was fun to drive, but still not as fun and as reliable as the 2nd Gen Jazz.
    Medyo limited pa din ang spare parts ng suzuki.. lalo na yung mga filters.. and i find them expensive.. unlike other japanese brands and koreans.. may mga specialty shops that cater parts.. and usually very cheap lang

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    We owned a Swift for a few years. Kalampagin, based on our experience.

    ano po ang ibig sabihin ng kalampagin?

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    #18
    As an owner of a Celerio and Vitara, pms is cheaper than Hyundai. Parts are also not so expensive.

    Clutch parts for Celerio MT is also compatible with Swift 1.2 and Dzire and vice versa.

    Ewan ko lang sa Honda coz I never had one.

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    We owned a Swift for a few years. Kalampagin, based on our experience. It was fun to drive, but still not as fun and as reliable as the 2nd Gen Jazz.
    Yan din problema ng celerio. Yung caliper pins nag rarattle na parang may popcorn. Pinatingin ko sa siraniko, ang dami daw papalitan.

    So nilagyan ko lang ng ceramasil na paste yung pins. Ayun ok na.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by kris_13 View Post
    Yan din problema ng celerio. Yung caliper pins nag rarattle na parang may popcorn. Pinatingin ko sa siraniko, ang dami daw papalitan.

    So nilagyan ko lang ng ceramasil na paste yung pins. Ayun ok na.
    Applying Ceramasil on the pins is essential because it acts as a noise dampening compound.

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