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    #11
    Tagal na rin in the market ng 1NZ/2NZ-FE noh. 90s pa ata. Hehehe.

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    #12
    Di naman Renzo. Since 2003 lang yan. Sa Gen1 Vios. Isa pa, mas advantage yun. pag palit ng palit ng engine code. Yung availability ng parts mas mahirap. Advantage sa mga Vios owners yun.

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    #13
    I don't think 2003 lang siya, basti. Siguro 2003 locally, pero worldwide, I think it was produced on a much earlier date.

    Yung mga BB palang eh. Diba mga year 2000 sila or 1999. Tapos naka-1NZ FE na rin siya.

    Pero tama ka, at least, mas matagal = more parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    I don't think 2003 lang siya, basti. Siguro 2003 locally, pero worldwide, I think it was produced on a much earlier date.

    Yung mga BB palang eh. Diba mga year 2000 sila or 1999. Tapos naka-1NZ FE na rin siya.

    Pero tama ka, at least, mas matagal = more parts
    hahaha iniisip ko locally, pero yung sabagay yung 1999-2000 Echo yan na nga pala engine. Katulad ng Hyundai/Kia pabago bago engine code so, hindi maipon users ng ganung klaseng engine. Kaya hindi maging sobrang mura yun parts nila.

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    #15
    This looks great. Super panget na tuloy yung 1.3J kung steel wheels kasama niyan kasi maganda na yung katawan.

    Actually, this makes me even more excited as to what Toyota will be doing with the new Corolla.

    Mukhang gumaganda designs ng Toyota ever since the 86. Not a big fan of the giant RAV/Avanza/Vios grill, but at least there's character.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM View Post
    1NZ and 2NZ pa rin malamang with minor improvements. Sana naman wag na 4AT. Buti pa Mirage naka-CVT
    Parang I still prefer the 4 speed auto over the CVT. Most CVT's don't last very long and they feel weird when accelerating. Tignan mo Honda, they went back to traditional 5 speed autos sa kanilang City because the CVT's encountered a couple of reliability issues. (e.g. slipping, rough engaging, etc.)

    But hey, maybe the Vios' CVT would prove otherwise.

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    #17
    I have a feeling that Toyota would still retain the 4-speed AT, maybe upgrade it to 5-speed but not CVT. Kasi proven reliable na yung ATs nila.

    But thats just me.

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    #18
    I like the rear cluster tail lamp. And oh, standard na ang RFL?

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    #19
    Nice!!!

    the Chin vaguely resembles the GT86

    and more lines and creases. Not too fluid like the Accent and not too slab sided like the City

    interesting pag naglabas ulit ang TMPI ng sporty limited edition trim


    Quote Originally Posted by basti08 View Post









    Will soon reach our shores.

    Some rumors from TMPI insiders says we could expect this model by June 2013. But rumors are rumors until we see the unit in the flesh.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    I have a feeling that Toyota would still retain the 4-speed AT, maybe upgrade it to 5-speed but not CVT. Kasi proven reliable na yung ATs nila.

    But thats just me.
    Same here. Again, the 4AT does the job well. Dun sa Vios ko, I never felt deprived of a gear. Oo, sa highway medyo mas OK lang kung mababa ang RPM sa highway (vs 5AT or CVT) pero hindi naman major issue. Saka if belt driven CVT lang naman ang stock ng Toyota, wag na lang. Mas maganda pa din ang Chain-driven CVT ng Nissan at Mazda sa JDM units.

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