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    Any feedback with this car?
    How's the engine performance? Fuel economy? Servicing?
    One of my converns is the electronic engine might be fried when exposed to Philippine floods.
    Comments?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rd81 View Post
    Any feedback with this car?
    How's the engine performance? Fuel economy? Servicing?
    One of my converns is the electronic engine might be fried when exposed to Philippine floods.
    Comments?

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    there's a "review" of the hybrid in autoindustriya.

    but what i am looking for, is a review of the non-hybrid variant...

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    Nice video. But a flood is never as clean as the water shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valjean521 View Post
    Nice video. But a flood is never as clean as the water shown.
    basta umandar ang kotse.

    upholstery cleaning is extra.
    Last edited by dr. d; January 25th, 2020 at 11:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    basta umandar ang kotse.

    upholstery cleaning is extra.
    The flood concern for a hybrid is something that I personally consider an overthink.

    If I'm in a sedan, hybrid or gas, I'm immediately wary of gutter deep waters. It doesn't matter if it has gas or electric motor inside powering the wheels. I may not cross the gutter high flood at all.

    If it were a crossover, MPV or SUV, then we got some wiggle room in height. So gutter high, not a big deal for either.

    So.. if it really is a big concern, get AOG Coverage for your vehicle, regardless of the model year? That's the only thing I think of that provides some form of safety net for the repairs needed.

    Other than that, I think there will be issues if you really force a vehicle to cross more than it can handle.

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    Hi, I'm planning to buy either vios or altis 1.6 G. I've heard that Vios is more budget friendly when it comes to fuel consumption and PMS. Any reviews po for Altis 1.6 G? I'm considering the ff. factors:

    1. Fuel consumption
    2. PMS
    3. Style/design

    At any rate, Ilan po kya approximate cost ng Altis with regard to PMS? Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Car_hunter2020 View Post
    Hi, I'm planning to buy either vios or altis 1.6 G. I've heard that Vios is more budget friendly when it comes to fuel consumption and PMS. Any reviews po for Altis 1.6 G? I'm considering the ff. factors:

    1. Fuel consumption
    2. PMS
    3. Style/design

    At any rate, Ilan po kya approximate cost ng Altis with regard to PMS? Thank you in advance.
    If you're considering the altis.. I would say get the altis.

    It is safer, bigger.

    Heres the fc numbers. Left is the vios 1.5cvt., right column is corolla 1.6cvt


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    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    If you're considering the altis.. I would say get the altis.

    It is safer, bigger.

    Heres the fc numbers. Left is the vios 1.5cvt., right column is corolla 1.6cvt

    Am I correct po ba in saying that Altis G variant is fuel efficient? And yang fuel economy po ba ay city driving? Pasensya na po this is my 1st time kasi to buy a car and I have no idea sa mga PMS and fuel efficiency ng mga cars. Thank you so much.

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