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    #11
    ABS significantly reduces the chances putting your seatbelt and airbag into it's intended use; its well worth the additional price out.

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    #12
    we're going for the 1.3 E before christmas...konti lng naman difference eh, considering that we will be given discounts on E, and none on J.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by taurusX View Post
    we're going for the 1.3 E before christmas...konti lng naman difference eh, considering that we will be given discounts on E, and none on J.
    Sir,

    Saan ka kumuha? Anong freebies mo? TIA

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    #14
    December promo discount ng Toyota is 30K for Vios 1.3 e & G and 40K for Vios 1.5 G & SE
    No discount for Vios J

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    #15
    1.3 E kase madaming discount. Yung samin umabot almost 50k dahil sa caravan...

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by marion2 View Post
    1.3 E kase madaming discount. Yung samin umabot almost 50k dahil sa caravan...
    Thanks! I'm getting a 1.3E M/T this Saturday. Aabot yata ng 50k discount. Freebies: Insurance, LTO, Chattel, Tint, Rustproofing, Seat Cover, Side Visor, 20 L Gas, then may ticket pa daw na bubunutin for additional discount from 5k to 20k. P 13,606 monthly for 5 years. Hope this is a good deal.

    Would this be the same look of the 2012 Vios?

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    #17
    Vios J or E? Kahit alin sa dalawa. For me, Vios J. Value for money. Outstanding fuel consumption. Lots of spare parts.

    You can buy the J variant, go to Banawe to accessorize, and still would be cheaper than the price of the E variant.

    You can still drive safely naman even without ABS. Basta maintenance of the braking system is the key.

    Always remember that driving safely is the most important safety factor of all. No amount of safety devices would protect you if you're a reckless, undisciplined driver.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by maytimaws View Post
    Thanks! I'm getting a 1.3E M/T this Saturday. Aabot yata ng 50k discount. Freebies: Insurance, LTO, Chattel, Tint, Rustproofing, Seat Cover, Side Visor, 20 L Gas, then may ticket pa daw na bubunutin for additional discount from 5k to 20k. P 13,606 monthly for 5 years. Hope this is a good deal.

    Would this be the same look of the 2012 Vios?
    Watch out for that "free" tint, it's cheap. Mine peeled off in 3 months (driver's side).

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by maytimaws View Post
    Thanks! I'm getting a 1.3E M/T this Saturday. Aabot yata ng 50k discount. Freebies: Insurance, LTO, Chattel, Tint, Rustproofing, Seat Cover, Side Visor, 20 L Gas, then may ticket pa daw na bubunutin for additional discount from 5k to 20k. P 13,606 monthly for 5 years. Hope this is a good deal.

    Would this be the same look of the 2012 Vios?
    Sir how much mo DP nyo? try nyo pa po madagdagan yun freebies like EWD, car cover, umbrellas etc. tapos yun tint nyo po baka gusto nyo i full tin yun windshield insted of visor lang HTH

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by josephm View Post
    Vios J or E? Kahit alin sa dalawa. For me, Vios J. Value for money. Outstanding fuel consumption. Lots of spare parts.

    You can buy the J variant, go to Banawe to accessorize, and still would be cheaper than the price of the E variant.

    You can still drive safely naman even without ABS. Basta maintenance of the braking system is the key.

    Always remember that driving safely is the most important safety factor of all. No amount of safety devices would protect you if you're a reckless, undisciplined driver.
    I beg to differ on this boss. Ask an experienced driver and they will always harp at the importance of ABS. Just because you're not driving fast or recklessly, it doesn't mean you won't need it. Even in traffic at 20 to 40kph, all it takes is a wet road, some gravel or oil and a idiot to cut the car in front of you to force a panic stop in the line, and your brakes will lock. The additional money out for ABS is money well spent and better than spending for all the accessories and abubots in Banawe with the money saved.

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