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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by donbuggy View Post
    The capitalist system produces better products.

    So, why are Filipinos still killing each other over ideology?
    Actually "war" is the best for invention and producing better innovations. Given that, we are on the right track.

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    #12
    I think they tried selling the Lada Niva here a few years ago.

    It's probably good. Fifth Gear [20x02] - Lada Niva - YouTube

    But most of them aren't.

    Comparing Yugo 45, FSO125,

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by donbuggy View Post
    The capitalist system produces better products.

    So, why are Filipinos still killing each other over ideology?
    coz many people get left behind a capitalist system. people who can't compete

    those people cry "unfair!" and become leftists

  4. #14
    Lada Niva is not bad at all. Very dependable, but it's a terrible gas-guzzler. Among other Lada cars, I only know the Samara (supposed to be based in the Fiat Ritmo floorpan) and the Laika (a copy of the Fiat 124). The Samara is worse than a current Chinese car, while the Laika is scheduled to be replaced by the Renault-based Granta. I would expect the Granta to be a reasonable vehicle, but not so cost-effective in the Philippines as the Chinese ones...

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    #15
    di nga mabenta China cars dito... Russian cars pa

    and let's not even talk about Russian cars. meron European carss nag flop dito. remember nagkaroon ng Peugot dito? Fiat? Alfa Romeo?

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    di nga mabenta China cars dito... Russian cars pa

    and let's not even talk about Russian cars. meron European carss nag flop dito. remember nagkaroon ng Peugot dito? Fiat? Alfa Romeo?
    And those were the "nice" European cars.

    The small operations that were importing them here couldn't compete on an even footing with Korean and Japanese-made rivals. Just imagine Russian cars hit with the ridiculous costs of importation... Chinese or mid-level Korean quality for Japanese price or higher... it'd bomb pretty quickly.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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