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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by iliveinyourcar View Post
    I'm a girl btw, not that it matters haha. I have tried using Waze but only as a navigator, not the driver. I remember using it to get to Alaminos, Pangasinan and it worked perfectly until we got to the town itself; we ran in circles twice and had to ask directions from tricycle drivers. I was using an iPhone then so I guess the hardware isn't always the problem(?)

    I think I will still rely on Waze but it's good to have an alternative in case it fails. Free din naman so why not hehe

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    Some of my friends encountered location errors while using Waze in the province. In Pampanga, most of them ended up in "rice fields" as well. Though they rely heavily on Waze in the Metro, the built-in Navi is a welcome alternative.

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    #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Lin Dan View Post
    Sa tingin ko may nabasa na bearing sa makina while you drove it sa baha.
    Thanks... all is good... everything back to normal... baka nga may nabasa. Had several PMS ... planning to do another long drive

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    #53
    Quote Originally Posted by iliveinyourcar View Post
    Taking home the Celerio today!

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    Congrats sa new ride mo

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    #54
    Quote Originally Posted by limarj View Post
    Sports mode, i use it when overtaking trucks or a long line of cars. when in sports mode, your rpm will zoom to about 3k or more, you will notice fast accelleration without the rubberry/sling-shot feel when in normal mode. Dont forget to turn it off when you get to your desired speed as it is not economical to run in sports mode all the way......enjoy!
    Use sports mode when:

    Overtaking
    Very hilly terrain
    Very windy sinuous roads


    And as mentioned "Dont forget to turn it off when you get to your desired speed as it is not economical to run in sports mode all the way"

    Enjoy your ride

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    #55
    Quote Originally Posted by bumpie View Post
    Congrats sa new ride mo
    Thanks, I have it for more than 2 months na

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    #56
    Quote Originally Posted by iliveinyourcar View Post
    Thanks, I have it for more than 2 months na

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    What is the RPM reading at 100 KPH?

    At S mode ?

    At normal mode?

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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by Lin Dan View Post
    What is the RPM reading at 100 KPH?
    Haha I rarely reach 100kph because I'm a scaredy cat. I only reached 100kph once when I drove through NLEX. Hindi ko na napansin yung RPM but I think between 2k-3k. My normal RPM when I'm driving through SLEX is nearing 2k e (but not quite) at 70-80 kph

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    #58
    Quote Originally Posted by iliveinyourcar View Post
    Haha I rarely reach 100kph because I'm a scaredy cat. I only reached 100kph once when I drove through NLEX. Hindi ko na napansin yung RPM but I think between 2k-3k. My normal RPM when I'm driving through SLEX is nearing 2k e (but not quite) at 70-80 kph

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    Thanks.

    One attribute of CVTs is low RPM at higher speeds.

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    #59
    Quote Originally Posted by Lin Dan View Post
    Thanks.

    One attribute of CVTs is low RPM at higher speeds.
    I observed my RPM on the way to work and realized I was wrong! Haha. I only reach ~2k rpm when I'm getting up to speed but while cruising at 70-80 kph, the rpm is actually below 1500.

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    #60
    Quote Originally Posted by Lin Dan View Post
    Thanks.

    One attribute of CVTs is low RPM at higher speeds.
    any transmission, even MTs, can do that, if they were designed to do that.
    it does not have to be a cvt, to be able to do that.

    based on my analog instrument cluster, my 4AT does a bit lower than 2000, maybe 1700-1800, at 80 kph.

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