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hyundai Accent GL vs. Vios vs. Avanza


  • hyundai Accent GL 700,000

    1.5CRDi M/T (DIESEL)

    power window



    toyota Avanza 613,000

    1.3J M/T

    7-seater



    Vios 685,000

    1.3E M/T


    Hyundai Accent's CRDI technology is borrowed from Bosch, and their warranty expands to 100,000km or 5 years (whichever comes first) 1.5L displacement from diesel is also a heads up from the economy category

    the issue behind diesel tho is somewhat maintenance heavy, as long you do not dry the motor oil and cleanned the mufflers after a few months to a year after purchase, diesel is notorous for its smoke belching if left unchecked

    As for Toyota Avanza, there has some certain issues regarding "Manual Transmission", and one manager from toyota advised that if you can shell a bit more go for innova....



    my last 2 cents about this.... if you want reliability and parts, go toyota...

    otherwise if you want diesel go for Hyundai's accent

    -- edited by Vashtard on Dec 06 2010, 11:33 AM
  • I agree with matt_0204 regarding CRDi.

    any way para sa TS, eto na lang para mas makapili ka sa tatlong yan

    1. sa HYUNDAI, maganda diesel yun lang pag may nasirang parts mas maselan pa yan sa babae lalo sa engine tsk tsk. pero ok din ito.

    2. SA AVANZA, maganda ito tipid kasi nga maliit yung makina but di proportion yung makina sa kaha so nasa iyo na yan kung pupunuin mo ng tao yan e baka magreklamo ka. Toyota ng madali kunan ng parts at practical eto. Kung kaya pa budget mo at eto pipiliin mo, you can never be wrong sa INNOVA.

    3. sa VIOS, all i can say is eto ang pinkamabentang sasakyan sa pilipinas. alam mo na dapat kung bakit kasi matipid. at dahil toyota, mas madali maghanp ng parts po at sa long run mas matipid sa maintenance compared sa ibang brand. Kunin mo po yung 1.5 mas maganda para di ka bitin.

    ADD: Also take a look sa bagong CITY, maporma sya at yan nagyon kinukuha ng mga kukuha sana ng vios. pero dahil Honda, mas mahal ang mga parts at maintenance kaysa sa toyota.

    Sa budget mo po, lahat yan panalo. kunin mo na lang yung best na magsuit sa lifestyle mo. kung kelangn mo space yung avanza, kung pang araw araw vios ok po. but go po sana sa 1.5 na variant para may hatak at mas di ngmumukhang taxi.

  • Hindi porket malaki ang body, mabilis na katulad ng SUV. depende pa din sa needs ng gagamit.


    hehe

    oo nga

    kung SUV lang man ill go with Isuzu Crosswind
    kahit Naturally aspirated malakas ang hatak
  • para sakin...

    space: Avanza
    durability: Vios
    FE/speed: accent


    note, kung vios kukunin mo. J model na lang konte na lang pinagkaiba sa E.
  • sa VIOS, all i can say is eto ang pinkamabentang sasakyan sa pilipinas. alam mo na dapat kung bakit kasi matipid. at dahil toyota, mas madali maghanp ng parts po at sa long run mas matipid sa maintenance compared sa ibang brand. Kunin mo po yung 1.5 mas maganda para di ka bitin.


    "kung marami kang nakikitang taxi na ganito... malamang reliable talaga tong kotse", sa Corolla pa lang nga bugbog sarado na lalo na yung "big body" [1993-96 version]

    medyo agree ako sa 1.5L version, yung 1.3L nya perfect lang sa city driving kung merong takbo sya ng probinsya + carga = bitin yun talaga
  • wow salamat sa inputs...


    more pa po..
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  • I vote for the Avanza

    Okay ang driving position nito since na maneho ko na yung sa tita ko (1.5). Malakas din ang hatak at nakakagulat ang space. Pakiramdam ko ay kasing luwag sya ng Fortuner (ng tito ko, na drive ko narin).

    Maganda sana yung Accent CRDi kaso lang hindi maganda ang kalidad ng diesel sa Pinas.

    And you can't go wrong with a Vios (1.5)
  • @jomi_schwartz

    yup, naging avanza owner din po kami. Kaya yun po yung binili namin before, dahil medyo malaki ang space for compartment compared sa sedans. Admittedly, kulang po talaga siya sa power dahil maliit lang ang engine. Tapos, hindi naman po kasi ako fast driver and hindi ko kailangan ng immediate high acceleration.

    Gaya po ng sabi ni sir matt_0204, depende pa din sa needs ng gagamit. =)

    Just my opinion and experience lang po. =)
  • Eto po Philippine price..Very tempting yun 1.4 @588t angas pa ng dating

    Hyundai Accent GL
    1.4L Gamma CVVT M/T
    1.6L Gamma CVVT A/T
    - P 588,000.00 - P 808,000.00

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    http://www.autoblog.com/2010/04/23/beijing-2010-2011-hyundai-accent-debuts-as-verna-across-the-pac

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    -- edited by artsky on Jan 03 2011, 06:33 AM
  • 10 things you need to know about the all-new Hyundai Accent

    Everyone's raving about the new Hyundai Accent despite the very little information disclosed about the sedan. Well, what do you know? Distributor Hyundai Asia Resources (HARI) has decided to reveal a few more things about the Hyundai Accent just a few hours before its launch.

    1. It's the automotive equivalent of High Definition. That's how HARI calls the all-new Accent as it has turned one of its existing nameplates "into one seamless and high-quality innovation made for the fast tracks, amplifying its features into thrill-inducing details and intensifying its power into soul-stirring performance to create one definition of amplitude, vigor, and intensity flawlessly rendered into one engineering entity."

    2. It's sexier than the old Accent. It's longer by 90mm and yet it's only 5mm wider and 20mm shorter. Add to that its coupe-like profile, eagle-eye headlights and boomerang-shaped fog lamps and the all-new Accent makes its predecessor look like a refugee from the 1990s.

    3. It's the latest beneficiary of Hyundai's Fluidic Sculpture design language. That much is already evident. You've noticed it looks like the Tucson, which was the first vehicle to carry Hyundai's new design language. We'll just have to wait and see though if the car's "smooth, undulating character lines and sloping fenders distinguished on its body frame…would leave car admirers running for their nearest Hyundai showrooms."

    4. The interior looks good. The all-new Accent is also the newest vehicle in Hyundai's local line-up to execute the X-design fascia that was first introduced in the Tucson a year ago. That means the cabin temperature and audio system's controls are right smack in the middle of the center console. The deluxe console in the automatic transmission-equipped version is also convenient and provides an easy-to-reach space for items like mobile phones, portable music players and even coffee tumblers for that peaceful morning drive to work.

    5. The all-new Accent promises comfort. Hyundai said the Accent's seats are ergonomically designed to interact properly with the bodies of the occupants to prevent repetitive strain injuries. The increased wheelbase also adds legroom and improves the Accent's overall comfort.

    6. It's got a manual transmission variant. With five forward gears to choose from to power the 1.4-liter Gamma CVVT petrol engine that produces 107hp and 136Nm of torque.

    7. And an automatic gearbox-equipped variant as well. The four-speed automatic variant also gets a Gamma CVVT petrol engine though its displacement has been bumped to 1.6 liters which allows it to put out 122hp and 156Nm of torque.

    8. The hexagonal grille isn't just for show. Hyundai's signature hexagonal grille not only allows the engine to breathe fresh air, its well-coated fences keeps large debris and objects from entering the engine compartment. The Accent is the third vehicle in Hyundai's local line-up to get this grille after the Tucson and the refreshed i10.

    9. The all-new Accent is one safe car. Besides being equipped with an anti-lock braking system and electronic brake force distribution, the all-new Accent has a strongly-constructed body frame been designed to spread energy on the outer frame to protect the vehicle’s occupants and its fuel tank. A knee-protection pad also helps protect the driver from serious knee injuries in a collision.

    10. It's also eco-friendly. With is engines equipped with a multi-point fuel injection system, the Gamma engine consumes gasoline efficiently as it injects fuel equally on its four cylinders for a more accurate and stable combustion while emitting very low levels of carbon exhausts. Its 1.6-liter equipped variant also gets an Alternator Management System that improves the Accent’s charging efficiency by ensuring the proper flow of voltage to the battery while the engine is running. It also recharges the battery routinely to ensure its longevity.
  • IMHO bad move if the new accent does not come out in a diesel version. The low running cost of diesel would be a very important pogi point for a potential buyer like me.

    old model - low cost diesel, lesser availability of parts, more pangit na looks
    new model - lesser availability of parts, looks now equal with vios, running costs now similar with vios

    tinaggal nila ang #1 advantage, yung pagkadiesel nya. IMHO thats a major loss which cannot be recouped by making the car look nicer. Vios nalang ako
  • ito lang sinabi ng best friend ko ahente ng Hyundai "mag Toyota , Honda or Mitsubshi ka na lang"
  • vote ako sa looks ng honda city kaya lang masyado akong nalakihan sa price difference compared sa offering ng toyota. medyo maganda yung inoffer sa amin ng toyota sales rep kaya yun vios ang nakuha namin. and talagang matipid sya infairness. regarding sa 1.5 model ng vios medyo malaki difference nya sa 1.3 e model mga almost 100k ata. pero plus leather seats, fog lamps dual airbags tapos meron pang iba.

    kung ma eextend mo yung budget sa 700k+ tapos medyo ayaw mo ng manual, mag 1.3 E A/T ka na lang. problema lang sa automatic di mo pwedeng itulak pag nasiraaan ka.
  • Hyundai Asia Resources Inc., which ranks third in over-all sales after Toyota and Mitsubishi, will field the FMC Elantra compact sedan and the diesel version of the recently launched FMC Accent. Both the 1.8 liter Elantra and the 1.6 liter Accent take fluidic design cues from the 2011 Sonata and Tucson. An MC i10 is also coming up this year, someone outside HARI told me.


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    so, hyundai finally wised up. akala ko mawawala ang diesel version

    now, if I buy one, mahirap ba ang parts? lalo na sa pampanga? Kasi thats the only thing thats bad about hyundai. Otherwise talaga mag vios ako
  • 2. SA AVANZA, maganda ito tipid kasi nga maliit yung makina but di proportion yung makina sa kaha so nasa iyo na yan kung pupunuin mo ng tao yan e baka magreklamo ka. Toyota ng madali kunan ng parts at practical eto. Kung kaya pa budget mo at eto pipiliin mo, you can never be wrong sa INNOVA.

    you can be wrong with the innova kung diesel ang kukunin mo. hehehe

    back to avanza, for a small engine it has enough power for its size. the 1.3L variant has a bit more power compared to the 1.8L FX/Revo. and include the lighter body as compared to its ancestors. so theoretically kung pupunuin mo siya ng tao its just like using a smaller fx/revo.

    pero i've read reviews regarding the ride comfort and the way the car reacts in highway speeds. they said if you can afford the top-of-the-line avanza, you might as well just get the Innova J variant.
    3. sa VIOS, all i can say is eto ang pinkamabentang sasakyan sa pilipinas. alam mo na dapat kung bakit kasi matipid. at dahil toyota, mas madali maghanp ng parts po at sa long run mas matipid sa maintenance

    +1
    problema lang sa automatic di mo pwedeng itulak pag nasiraaan ka.

    pwede itulak pero dapat limited distance/time and speed lang (20kph)
    now, if I buy one, mahirap ba ang parts? lalo na sa pampanga? Kasi thats the only thing thats bad about hyundai. Otherwise talaga mag vios ako

    siguro naman may parts ang casa. mataas nga lang price compared sa banawe at evangelista.

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