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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by yebo View Post
    Toyota macho, honda bakla. Toyota malakas, honda lampa. Torque versus torqueless. End of story.
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    "Ang naniniwala sa sabi-sabi,- walang bait sa sarili"....

    O di ba?


    "The measure of a man is what he does with power" LJIOHF!

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    +100, hehehe

    Oo nga naman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yebo View Post
    Toyota macho, honda bakla. Toyota malakas, honda lampa. Torque versus torqueless. End of story.
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    "Ang naniniwala sa sabi-sabi,- walang bait sa sarili"....

    O di ba?


    "The measure of a man is what he does with power" LJIOHF!

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    +100, hehehe

    Oo nga naman.

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    #12
    current ride is a honda,
    and my previous ride is a toyota.

    okei naman sila both sakin.
    both have its pros and cons

    masyado ka naman nagiisip TS.
    hindi ka makakampante sa buhay nyan kung yan lang iniisip mo pa.

    relax lang.

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    #13
    Honda really used to have agreement with LTFRB in the 90s that any honda vehicle won't be given a franchise if they applied for a taxi line. Pero expired na rin amtagal na.

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    #14
    Parang Sam Milby lang at Piolo Pascual lang yan. Madami nagsasabi mga baklush pero meron pa din naman tumitili sa pagkalalake nila.
    Kung hahayaan mo mag mukhang taxi auto mo dahil sa kapabayaan mo, kasalanan mo na un. Nasa pag aalaga lang naman yan at tamang set up ng accessories.

    Honda, Mitsu, Fiat lang ang nagkaroon kami pero vios service vehicle namin sa operations kaya masasabi ko din na okay T bage. Palitan mo lang ng mags vios pogi na.

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    Parang Sam Milby lang at Piolo Pascual lang yan. Madami nagsasabi mga baklush pero meron pa din naman tumitili sa pagkalalake nila.
    Kung hahayaan mo mag mukhang taxi auto mo dahil sa kapabayaan mo, kasalanan mo na un. Nasa pag aalaga lang naman yan at tamang set up ng accessories.

    Honda, Mitsu, Fiat lang ang nagkaroon kami pero vios service vehicle namin sa operations kaya masasabi ko din na okay T badge. Palitan mo lang ng mags vios pogi na.
    Last edited by wezz_zzew; June 23rd, 2015 at 11:27 AM.

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    #15
    Who cares about the brand? Get the car that you want. It's your money and you will be the one using it.

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    #16
    Each person is different, looks like the TS is the type to care about his car's image a lot, and puts a lot of importance to what he thinks other people think.

    It's true that image is a common consideration for car buyers, especially for us Filipinos, since owning a car is a privilege that less than 10% of the population get to enjoy.

    And when it comes to image, the Vios has none. It's an appliance that gets you from point A to point B. It's actually feature packed and rather fun to drive, and is cheap to own and maintain. But it has no "dating". The fact that it outsells all other subcompacts by at least a 4:1 ratio makes it very common, and noone would take a second look at your Vios. It's a great car (best starter car for people who don't care about cars), but noone's gonna say, "wow Vios".

    The City, which competes directly with the Vios, feels more upscale. It looks better inside and out, and has more features and space. It's definitely a better car than the Vios, but it's also much more expensive. The VX is priced close to an Altis G. To be fair, most other subcompacts (Accent, Sonic, Mirage G4, Rio, Almera) feel just as much a budget meal as the Vios.

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    #17
    toyota pang taxi, honda pang tricycle ...Vios palaging pang Taxi Stereo Type comments? Honda, Da-Best?
    Last edited by shadow; June 23rd, 2015 at 11:39 AM.

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    #18
    Mas ok suspension ng vios kaysa sa city para sa daily drive IMO

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    #19
    Sa thailand, taxi ang Fortuner...




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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Calistro View Post
    Mas ok suspension ng vios kaysa sa city para sa daily drive IMO
    I was never a fan of the City's suspension. Our old City E 1.5L has that "kablag" feel on potholes and humps even when it was new. I am not sure how much better the new City improved with its suspension. Also, I never liked its electric power steering. On the high side, it's fuel efficient, has a big trunk, and offers good interior space.

    One of our corporate cars is a new Vios. It can't be classified as sporty but decent for a small car. It's better than the previous generations of Vios. I couldn't say it's a lesser of a car compared to the City.
    Last edited by Egan101; June 23rd, 2015 at 12:00 PM.

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