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Nanonited 27-10-2018 11:08 PM

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Originally Posted by winningeleven (Post 117227737)
Coz someone earlier replied that waiting for jazz to drop to 50k. That is provided coe also drop to the kind of 2006 - 2009 level. Personally I feel 25k is alright to buy already. Mine current car coe price is 50k.

Just a figure of speech. High 50+ to low 60 can start considering...

Kula Diamond 28-10-2018 02:33 AM

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Originally Posted by CCCustom (Post 117267319)
It was the opposite during the GE era, Jazz more accessories than Fit, and Jazz 1.3 1.5 all are all disc brakes while Fit even 1.5RS also drum brakes unless specifically buy the 1.5RS ďSĒ spec. 1.5 to 1.5, Jazz OMV > $20k, Fit ~$15k.

Srsly. Approved exhaust isnít a deal breaker. Unless driving manual, people who go for aftermarket exhaust are usually n00bs who donít know any better ;)

Fit RS GK5 is what I talking about ;)

Nowadays if you see fb , a lot Jazz owners regret after knowing Jazz has no approved exhaust ..

mypillowtalks 28-10-2018 07:53 AM

Is jazz or fit generally affordable for first cars?

No own car before, only drive family car.
Last time i driving modified grand vitara drink a lot petrol.

Point A to B and carry some goods.

Dont think gonna modify, maybe better tyres.

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Kula Diamond 28-10-2018 08:45 AM

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Originally Posted by mypillowtalks (Post 117275546)
Is jazz or fit generally affordable for first cars?

No own car before, only drive family car.
Last time i driving modified grand vitara drink a lot petrol.

Point A to B and carry some goods.

Dont think gonna modify, maybe better tyres.

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Affordable definitely , the boot space can carry some goods without any problem

paulchew 29-10-2018 01:27 PM

Any bro got recommendation for after market brake pad/ rotor or small 4 pot bbk for Fit GE6?

charsiewfan 29-10-2018 01:40 PM

What is the current wait time for jazz new buy

paulchew 29-10-2018 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by charsiewfan (Post 117296732)
What is the current wait time for jazz new buy

I heard from friend is feb/March 2019 delivery

charsiewfan 30-10-2018 08:55 AM

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Originally Posted by paulchew (Post 117297779)
I heard from friend is feb/March 2019 delivery

Thanks, so Long. Zzzz

paulchew 30-10-2018 12:15 PM

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Originally Posted by charsiewfan (Post 117308973)

Now Honda having big sale on jazz, civic and city.. sold a lot of units, I went to have a look but put off by waiting time

Kula Diamond 30-10-2018 05:48 PM

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Originally Posted by paulchew (Post 117312413)
Now Honda having big sale on jazz, civic and city.. sold a lot of units, I went to have a look but put off by waiting time

Buy Fit or Fit hybrid lor

Kula Diamond 30-10-2018 05:48 PM

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Originally Posted by paulchew (Post 117296512)
Any bro got recommendation for after market brake pad/ rotor or small 4 pot bbk for Fit GE6?

EBC yellow stuff

Rotor used slotted will do

Solidus_GZ 31-10-2018 08:31 AM

Getting from Kah motor still can negotiate? Or the price fix Liao?

CCCustom 31-10-2018 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Solidus_GZ (Post 117326632)
Getting from Kah motor still can negotiate? Or the price fix Liao?

Actual price will be lower than list price, youíll only get to know the actual discounted selling price when you go down. From there itís fixed, just that you can negotiate on freebies, or alternatively you can negotiate to donít want freebies get SE give you cash rebate (will not be a lot, couple hundreds only, and they will mail you cheque only after they receive their comm) instead, but that would be a private arrangement because freebies or cash rebate, this comes out from the SEís own comm ... some SEs only offer to throw in car mats and some other cheap stuff though, donít even need to think about cash rebate. Typically female SEs tend to be more hungry for sales and more willing to drop freebies / cash rebate than guy SEs :o

You might get PM from someone who only wants to help though ;)

mrtanbg 31-10-2018 01:14 PM

Just checking , during the recent car expo, what extra stuff did they throw in ?

paulchew 31-10-2018 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Kula Diamond (Post 117318512)
EBC yellow stuff

Rotor used slotted will do

I tried before on my previous car, the pads and rotor wear out very fast, car nvr tracked, yellow stuff last 9ímonths, slotted rotors lasted 16 months


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