Minolta. Konica Minolta. Sony
Aren't you considering the Honda City? It's within the budget & very economical as well. Furthermore, space usage is 2nd to none in the same class (rear seats can be folded to store large objects etc). You might wanna have a look at it..
Also, I'd advise against driving the Gen 2 if you are frequent up North frequently. The spare parts are well sought-after so missing car rate is quite high.
wah.. so many choices..
took my driving test w a city. haa.
won't mind it as well. so long as its durable, efficent and have good build.
Last edited by chewraisins; 6th March 2007 at 09:33 AM.
So have you test driven all the cars listed? maybe you should do so & find the one that impresses u most.. How nice it is to have the budget for a new car.
Suzuki Swift. Can run arnd 500km on a full tank - 42l (Hard Acceleration )
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Just to clarify, Jazz sold in Singapore is made in Japan not Thailand.
Just got my Jazz in Jan this year. Must say it is really a nice car to drive. FC is quite good too. Am geting around 15km/l. Driving a manual Jazz. I like to rev and am usually the first off at the lights and can still get 15km/l. That is what I call good FC! But driving style plays a lot in how good your FC is.
It is one of the most spacious sub-compact cars around when compared to the rest. I looked at the Yaris too but Yaris has practically no boot space at all. You should look at the boot space of the Jazz. Huge for its class.
Jazz or Fit is highly recommended but cabin noise is pretty high. Might have to do some additional soundproofing if you prefer quieter ride.
ok ... so got 5 options then..
jazz, city, vios, latio & swift...
have to go test them out this weekend then.