Thanks for the input sir. If the 1.3J comes with power steering/doors/windows, then what's the difference between that and the 1.3E?
The difference between the 1.3J and 1.3 E are:
Alloy wheels for the E vs. Hubcaps for the J
Black door handles and mirrors for the J vs. Color keyed for the E
Anti-Lock brakes standard for the E vs. None for the J
Color keyed with plate side protective moulding for the E vs. None for the J
Wipers with Intermittent with mist for the E vs. Wipers with mist for the J
color keyed with plate lower back and backdoor garnish for the E vs. color keyed lang for the J
Black instrument panel for the J vs. Black with silver for the E
driver side (with holder) sun visors for the J vs. both sides sa E
Moulded door inside handle sa J vs. Plated one with the E
No room lamp in J vs. meron both driver and passenger sa E
- Alloy rims (J only has steel rims w/ hubcaps)
- Anti-lock Brakes, Electronic Brake Distribution, and Brake Assist
- Body-colored side mirrors and door handles (these are black on the J variant)
- Integrated head unit with aux input
- Keyless entry w/ immobilizer
Vios E A/T - 730,000
Vios E M/T - 695,000
Vios J M/T - 614,000
I suggest you get the E variant. For we have a max of 60,000 discount for the E model. So that brings down the price of the E M/T to 635,000, taking it significantly close to the J M/T's price. with the long list of upgrades of the E variant (from the J), and with only a price differences of 21,000, it is definitely more practical to get the E model.
Last edited by wilcats; May 29th, 2012 at 12:46 AM.