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How much is it now for Normal car(not OPC)?

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I dont think this car can take normal road abuse for 10yrs or 250,000km. Unless the owners take very very very very good care of it.

Everytime replace worn out parts religiously and service regularly.

 

The quality just isnt there, sad to say.

Sure it's fun to drive and own it, if you've never owned a car.

But if you are taking a 10 yr loan on this, good luck.

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Hey Rebornbiker, let me find you a whole variety of cars much more fun to drive than this ! hoho...

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Originally posted by Throttle@Dec 6 2006, 11:03 AM

I dont think this car can take normal road abuse for 10yrs or 250,000km. Unless the owners take very very very very good care of it.

Everytime replace worn out parts religiously and service regularly.

 

The quality just isnt there, sad to say.

Sure it's fun to drive and own it, if you've never owned a car.

But if you are taking a 10 yr loan on this, good luck.

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Hey Rebornbiker, let me find you a whole variety of cars much more fun to drive than this ! hoho...

know a few msia owners who drove this car up and down from Penang...and their cars are ard 5 yrs old of course wear and tear parts need to be change but its also cheap to get it changed...maybe u dun know tat the enjine is actually the same as daihaitsu charade...its quite a tough engine. of course everybody has its own views so if lets say our budget is ard this range , we gotta live with it...until now i nvr have a single complaint on tis car...everytime enjoying the moment when im driving ard with it. Jus some info for the rest of the bros here...:smile:

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Originally posted by kopvampp@Dec 6 2006, 08:46 PM

know a few msia owners who drove this car up and down from Penang...and their cars are ard 5 yrs old of course wear and tear parts need to be change but its also cheap to get it changed...maybe u dun know tat the enjine is actually the same as daihaitsu charade...its quite a tough engine. of course everybody has its own views so if lets say our budget is ard this range , we gotta live with it...until now i nvr have a single complaint on tis car...everytime enjoying the moment when im driving ard with it. Jus some info for the rest of the bros here...:smile:

Met plenty of these compact cars on my way to Penang last week. They were doing like 120kph along the hilly section of NSH between Ipoh and Taipin. The Proton Perdanas, probably a V6 3.0 litre, were speeding at speed in excess of 200kph.

 

I am usually humbled by these malaysia drivers. Got alot of respect for them.

 

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Originally posted by kopvampp@Dec 6 2006, 08:46 PM

know a few msia owners who drove this car up and down from Penang...and their cars are ard 5 yrs old of course wear and tear parts need to be change but its also cheap to get it changed...maybe u dun know tat the enjine is actually the same as daihaitsu charade...its quite a tough engine. of course everybody has its own views so if lets say our budget is ard this range , we gotta live with it...until now i nvr have a single complaint on tis car...everytime enjoying the moment when im driving ard with it. Jus some info for the rest of the bros here...:smile:

That s good to hear....:smile:

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For the price I rather get a Picanto though...

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Originally posted by ReBornBikeR@Apr 16 2006, 09:12 AM

This car is good and cheap, only $18,900 otr without insurance :smile:

 

And for my age and the car price, the insurance cannot be high :smile:

 

Even if there is absolutely no resale value for this car, the most I loose in depreciation yearly is only $1,890 :sweat:

 

For full 10 years depreciation, it is still much less than 2 years depreciation for my previous car.

 

My previous car depreciate $10,000/yr

 

Think I will book it at the end of the month, and squeeze the saleman for more freebies :cheeky:

u r wrong le.. for kelisa for a 21-23... insurrance still will b 2.8k+, honda, mitusbishi, toyota same.

 

kia ard 3k.. i ask ard so many only subaru cheapest. 21 years old for R1 or R2 ard 1.6+ impreza TS1.6 ard 1.8... cheapest in town. summore all uses same AIG.

 

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How much is the interest for Kelisa?If zero down and loan 10 yrs,wat is the estimation roughly for monthly installments?

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Originally posted by y2kredbull@Dec 8 2006, 09:16 AM

How much is the interest for Kelisa?If zero down and loan 10 yrs,wat is the estimation roughly for monthly installments?

OPC or normal...suggest u go to the showroom and tok the sales ppl there first they will do the calculations for u so as to have a better idea for u.

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Originally posted by Throttle@Dec 7 2006, 01:35 PM

For that price I'll go for a nice second hand car.

agree.

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Originally posted by Throttle@Dec 7 2006, 01:35 PM

For that price I'll go for a nice second hand car.

with a 24k budget in hand i oso thought of buying a honda civic 1.6...close to 10yrs liao...but after the calculations and a visit to the showroom, i decided to buy a kelisa. for the honda civic, i need to put a downpayment of ard $3k depending whether how much loan can i get, then there is the interest rate to be consided which is ard 4%, then there is the thought of if suay suay kena the car going to give u problem, another few thousand down the drain.

 

For the kelisa, no downpayment but just need to pay for insurance and the first mth instalment which adds up to ard $1200, interest rate at 2.5% for 10 yrs @230 per mth...no worries for maintence cos new car....

 

jus some info for the rest of the bros here who tink that getting a 2nd hand car is better than buying the kelisa. :smile:

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IMHO, this is a great starter car for singles like me. Also great for savvy money savers that want a functional car that can at least get me from Point A to B.

 

Now if I could go into my ideal world and tie all the summon aunties to a chair :deal:

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Originally posted by kopvampp@Dec 10 2006, 07:32 PM

with a 24k budget in hand i oso thought of buying a honda civic 1.6...close to 10yrs liao...but after the calculations and a visit to the showroom, i decided to buy a kelisa. for the honda civic, i need to put a downpayment of ard $3k depending whether how much loan can i get, then there is the interest rate to be consided which is ard 4%, then there is the thought of if suay suay kena the car going to give u problem, another few thousand down the drain.

 

For the kelisa, no downpayment but just need to pay for insurance and the first mth instalment which adds up to ard $1200, interest rate at 2.5% for 10 yrs @230 per mth...no worries for maintence cos new car....

 

jus some info for the rest of the bros here who tink that getting a 2nd hand car is better than buying the kelisa. :smile:

Bro,urs is OPC Kelissa?How much would the monthly installments be for normal Kelissa?Based on zero downpayment?

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Originally posted by y2kredbull@Dec 18 2006, 08:01 AM

Bro,urs is OPC Kelissa?How much would the monthly installments be for normal Kelissa?Based on zero downpayment?

i tink it maybe ard $350-$400 per mth...im jus gueesing only...cos i oso dun noe the exact amount

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Originally posted by kopvampp@Dec 24 2006, 06:58 PM

i tink it maybe ard $350-$400 per mth...im jus gueesing only...cos i oso dun noe the exact amount

Ok.Saw Perodua MVV something on JB rds.Looks bigger than Kelissa.Is it out in S'pore?Any Perodua SE here in Forum?:smile:

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Originally posted by y2kredbull@Dec 26 2006, 11:59 PM

Ok.Saw Perodua MVV something on JB rds.Looks bigger than Kelissa.Is it out in S'pore?Any Perodua SE here in Forum?:smile:

 

 

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Sorry,i think thats a Kembara.The one i saw is just like a bigger Kelissa.

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