Durability, parts and after-sales service aren't the end all and be all of car purchases. They're just part of the set of factors that buyers need to consider when buying a car.
To some, reliability is the utmost priority. Others will be more bold and would be willing to deviate from the established brands in exchange for a better packaged car.
It's a matter of preference, but I don't see how making a sweeping statement to avoid Korean brands in particular has its place in an objective discussion.
it's just my opinion sir. i am part of that some who prioritize reliability. i'm just sharing my thoughts to sir RazorWolf that in his case, saying he has zero knowledge about cars, he should be careful in choosing the reliability part. that's all
We are 2 decades removed from the 1990's, where reliability concerns of korean cars were real problems.
Pero kung altis vs elantra eh sa koreano na ako.
Sa mga choices mo ang jazz talaga ang godfather.
I'd go for the Ford Focus TDCI on this one mainly considering 2 factors
1. size of the car for the TS ( no offense sir) i think you'd be more comfortable in a compact car than a subcompact one. although i have a friend, also big boned, who fits perfectly in a Jazz.
2. pulling power and excellent Fuel Efficiency of the Focus. plus its freakin diesel!
id go for the hatch. for me looks better.
or you may also want to consider an XUV or SUV, with your budget a kia soul or the entry level tucson would suffice. dont expect a good fuel efficiency though.
heres my last tip, go to the dealership and do extensive test drives or at least sit inside one. believe me you will know once you have the right car. i cant explain it but in your heart you will know which car FEELS right for you. thats what happened to me 2 years back. i just knew the jazz was for me.
good luck bro and welcome to tiskot.com
first, it convinces the convinceable, that the car is so well-made, the maker is willing to gamble on giving an unprecedented 5 year warranty. this translates to more cars sold.
second, it will generate income for the casa by locking in the car's maintenance to the casa for the next 5 years! talk about captive audience!
and since the majority of car buyers are of average car savvy... heh heh.
and what is my take on korean vehicles? let's just say, i lived with one for 9 years.
Last edited by dr. d; 06-30-2012 at 12:10 AM.
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