bmw e90 320i or honda edix

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currently on promo 1.9% is for first 3 yrs, after than 2.6%

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sound nice
how much the instalment if 7-9 years?
roughly figure..
 

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i just found this

Ford Fiesta ads & cons

looks similar my thread
hope it can help me to make good/wise/awesome decision

ps : i just read it from the 1st post till the end..good info
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Bro, seriously i advice u take Fiesta if u consider new city because
1-cheaper (85k for hatch , and 83 for sedan)
2-better NVH
3-safer (electronic stability program , traction control, 7 airbags in sedan, Euro NCAP 5 stars, u can youtube crashtest fiesta against peu 308 )
4-better handling
5-better audio quality with Voice command
6-6 speed dual clutch
7- Dohc TiVCT (aka Dual VVTi for toyota), 120hp engine
8-maintance free, 3 yrs /60k km . total 6 times

oni cons is resale value.

small car, but strong build
Kompatibilitäts-Crashtest Peugeot 308 gegen Ford Fiesta - YouTube
Kidding right? parts damn expensive, lack of part supply, and the service center.. lol..utter crap.. go see the Ford forums in Malaysia and see how many owners "tiaw" Ford Malaysia.

Same case for Peugeot. Can read about Peugeot case here
AHW308: The World Should Know...

a lot of times, buying car is a very pretty affair. or at least, packaged until very pretty. its like meeting a girl for the first time, she looks well dressed, well groomed, make up and all. looked like she can give you a ride of your life.

marry the girl bring home already then all the colours start to show, fart here and there, shake leg, dig nose, shit already don't flush etc. that time you really want to mati.

of course, girls are unique, so in that scenario we're screwed. but cars are mass manufactured, same make and model you can get a pretty good idea of what you will get if you spend time to do some of your own research.

Which is why Toyota & Honda is so popular in Malaysia. Because its a Japanese that many people have owned and ride on, the parts and service centers are abundant, resale value is good because of the former reasons. That being said I think the cars are a far cry from the recent Korean invasion.. yes the K5 is damn pretty, so is the Elantra.. with their plastic surgery

So..the Japanese cars look mundane and boring next to the plastic surgery improved Koreans... but you can be rest assured if you marry the Japanese, she will clean and cook and take care of you. Whereas for the Korean, very soon the plastic surgery will fall apart with age, and that time you will need to flush the toilet after the Korean takes a shit.

The Germans, well, they are good, no doubt about these autobahn cruisers. but they are high maintenance. If you can afford it why not..

Then comes this Honda Edix, a rare Japanese gem, unlike the mainstream Japanese in Malaysia, she is somewhat hard to maintain, some parts are common, while other parts are hard to come by in Malaysia. For example if her headlights were damaged its gonna be pretty hard to find a replacement. So, she's high maintenance as well.

Choices in life.. you can get anything you want, the question is, how much you want to pay in terms of both time and money?

Honestly, forget about the German and the Japanese Gem with your income. Best bang for the buck new car is Proton Inspira, and EON having offer now for 5 years warranty. Pretty funny Proton bashers go on and on about Proton quality suck la this la that la, and then when you go to the EON Service Center, you see Mitsubishi Evolution X getting serviced there next to Protons.

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia is DRB-Hicom, and now so is Proton. Essentially buying a Proton Inspira is just a CKD Mitsubishi Lancer with some local parts. If you're anal about brands, go Toyota, Honda or Nissan.
 
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Nice analogy with the girls. :)
Quite shocking about the 308 engine.
 
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Kidding right? parts damn expensive, lack of part supply, and the service center.. lol..utter crap.. go see the Ford forums in Malaysia and see how many owners "tiaw" Ford Malaysia.

Same case for Peugeot. Can read about Peugeot case here
AHW308: The World Should Know...

a lot of times, buying car is a very pretty affair. or at least, packaged until very pretty. its like meeting a girl for the first time, she looks well dressed, well groomed, make up and all. looked like she can give you a ride of your life.

marry the girl bring home already then all the colours start to show, fart here and there, shake leg, dig nose, shit already don't flush etc. that time you really want to mati.

of course, girls are unique, so in that scenario we're screwed. but cars are mass manufactured, same make and model you can get a pretty good idea of what you will get if you spend time to do some of your own research.

Which is why Toyota & Honda is so popular in Malaysia. Because its a Japanese that many people have owned and ride on, the parts and service centers are abundant, resale value is good because of the former reasons. That being said I think the cars are a far cry from the recent Korean invasion.. yes the K5 is damn pretty, so is the Elantra.. with their plastic surgery

So..the Japanese cars look mundane and boring next to the plastic surgery improved Koreans... but you can be rest assured if you marry the Japanese, she will clean and cook and take care of you. Whereas for the Korean, very soon the plastic surgery will fall apart with age, and that time you will need to flush the toilet after the Korean takes a shit.

The Germans, well, they are good, no doubt about these autobahn cruisers. but they are high maintenance. If you can afford it why not..

Then comes this Honda Edix, a rare Japanese gem, unlike the mainstream Japanese in Malaysia, she is somewhat hard to maintain, some parts are common, while other parts are hard to come by in Malaysia. For example if her headlights were damaged its gonna be pretty hard to find a replacement. So, she's high maintenance as well.

Choices in life.. you can get anything you want, the question is, how much you want to pay in terms of both time and money?

Honestly, forget about the German and the Japanese Gem with your income. Best bang for the buck new car is Proton Inspira, and EON having offer now for 5 years warranty. Pretty funny Proton bashers go on and on about Proton quality suck la this la that la, and then when you go to the EON Service Center, you see Mitsubishi Evolution X getting serviced there next to Protons.

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia is DRB-Hicom, and now so is Proton. Essentially buying a Proton Inspira is just a CKD Mitsubishi Lancer with some local parts. If you're anal about brands, go Toyota, Honda or Nissan.
wow
good explaination and ''scene'' about korean/deutch/japs chicks
ermm
how about local chick,ms persona?
refer this

http://www.motortrader.com.my/Cars/NewsHeader/News-in-2011/Market-Reports/Top-50-models-in-2011.aspx

best sedan no.4 compared to kompact car above ms.persona
 
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Kidding right? parts damn expensive, lack of part supply, and the service center.. lol..utter crap.. go see the Ford forums in Malaysia and see how many owners "tiaw" Ford Malaysia.

Same case for Peugeot. Can read about Peugeot case here
AHW308: The World Should Know...

a lot of times, buying car is a very pretty affair. or at least, packaged until very pretty. its like meeting a girl for the first time, she looks well dressed, well groomed, make up and all. looked like she can give you a ride of your life.

marry the girl bring home already then all the colours start to show, fart here and there, shake leg, dig nose, shit already don't flush etc. that time you really want to mati.

of course, girls are unique, so in that scenario we're screwed. but cars are mass manufactured, same make and model you can get a pretty good idea of what you will get if you spend time to do some of your own research.

Which is why Toyota & Honda is so popular in Malaysia. Because its a Japanese that many people have owned and ride on, the parts and service centers are abundant, resale value is good because of the former reasons. That being said I think the cars are a far cry from the recent Korean invasion.. yes the K5 is damn pretty, so is the Elantra.. with their plastic surgery

So..the Japanese cars look mundane and boring next to the plastic surgery improved Koreans... but you can be rest assured if you marry the Japanese, she will clean and cook and take care of you. Whereas for the Korean, very soon the plastic surgery will fall apart with age, and that time you will need to flush the toilet after the Korean takes a shit.

The Germans, well, they are good, no doubt about these autobahn cruisers. but they are high maintenance. If you can afford it why not..

Then comes this Honda Edix, a rare Japanese gem, unlike the mainstream Japanese in Malaysia, she is somewhat hard to maintain, some parts are common, while other parts are hard to come by in Malaysia. For example if her headlights were damaged its gonna be pretty hard to find a replacement. So, she's high maintenance as well.

Choices in life.. you can get anything you want, the question is, how much you want to pay in terms of both time and money?

Honestly, forget about the German and the Japanese Gem with your income. Best bang for the buck new car is Proton Inspira, and EON having offer now for 5 years warranty. Pretty funny Proton bashers go on and on about Proton quality suck la this la that la, and then when you go to the EON Service Center, you see Mitsubishi Evolution X getting serviced there next to Protons.

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia is DRB-Hicom, and now so is Proton. Essentially buying a Proton Inspira is just a CKD Mitsubishi Lancer with some local parts. If you're anal about brands, go Toyota, Honda or Nissan.
life only once, why u must stick to the car that just for part and resale value? did u feel bored drive "such" car just because resale value. when ppl telling me, i should take city or vios because resale value and i ans back "this car(fiesta) pricing is ord low in beginning , no mark up like city&vios plus its giving me enjoy the driving. since zul ord asking between e90 and edix, i sure he is not want to finding some common car. if u saying part is expensive, try compare between city and fiesta..fiesta parts did not expensive when u compare to new genuine Honda Toyota part.

p/s; not try create flame or war. just my opinion. and vios & city is not pure japanese because u cant find that 2 cars in japan domestic market. if u saying u drive a japan car, vios...i say no...its a Thai car actually
 

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wow
good explaination and ''scene'' about korean/deutch/japs chicks
ermm
how about local chick,ms persona?
refer this

Top 50 models in 2011 | Motor Trader Car News | Car Reviews

best sedan no.4 compared to kompact car above ms.persona
Don't know about the specific model. Do your own research.

The benefits of local chicks is that there will be abundant of spare parts, every tom, dick, hairy also know how to fix, resale value is there. Proton has local father, mother and have distance relative in Hethel, UK, so really do have better handling than most cars of its class, but sadly rest of the car is lacking in terms of design, quality and comfort level IMO. Sit in Proton Inspira and then sit in Proton Preve (the new global car konon), you can see the staggering difference, although both assembled by same manufacturer, you can see the significant difference in design and quality.

I don't like the Campro engine for street use. Its an amazing engine but the power curve is more suited for a track car, not a stop-and-go city car. Boring and lethargic to drive around the city with an automatic transmission. The Myvi 1.5L might be more fun to drive around town compared to Persona 1.6L. The Campro CFE however, is a different animal.

ABS and Airbags is a must have if you value your life, but AFAIK they are not selling new Personas with ABS & Airbags anymore.
 

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for me, best car for 65k is suzuki swift low spec. ABS and 2 airbag is here. low fc and maintenance.

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test drive 1 by 1, i sure fiesta wont let u down. about the spare part issue, is mostly happen on focus mk1 and mk2. im admin of fiesta fans club and i noe complain about part is just a small part. before u saying part is expensive, survey first before listen to other.
 

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life only once, why u must stick to the car that just for part and resale value? did u feel bored drive "such" car just because resale value. when ppl telling me, i should take city or vios because resale value and i ans back "this car(fiesta) pricing is ord low in beginning , no mark up like city&vios plus its giving me enjoy the driving. since zul ord asking between e90 and edix, i sure he is not want to finding some common car. if u saying part is expensive, try compare between city and fiesta..fiesta parts did not expensive when u compare to new genuine Honda Toyota part.

p/s; not try create flame or war. just my opinion. and vios & city is not pure japanese because u cant find that 2 cars in japan domestic market. if u saying u drive a japan car, vios...i say no...its a Thai car actually
I fully agree with your point. That's why I said:

Choices in life.. you can get anything you want, the question is, how much you want to pay in terms of both time and money?
Yes you cannot find Vios in JDM, because its called the Toyota Belta there. Same engine, same transmission, same car. Just a different name.
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Honda City is called Honda Fit Aria in JDM. The previous models were sold in Japan, not sure why the current one isn't. I don't work for Honda so I have no clue.
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Is Fiesta A Good Buy? - Autoworld Forum
These guys touched on Ford service a little. Then consoled themselves by justifying other SC sucks too. LOL. Parts cheaper? RM60 for a liter Semi-Synthetic oil, please, Toyota Genuine Motor Oil from UMW SC itself is less than RM100 for full oil change on a Vios.

You want to be special? Unique? Then you have to pay with both time and money lah. I bet those Peugeot 308 Turbo owners feel damn special, cause their car in Nasim workshop for months. Wah I pay monthly car installments just for the keys yo! Special? Yes. Stupid? Yes.

for me, best car for 65k is suzuki swift low spec. ABS and 2 airbag is here. low fc and maintenance.

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test drive 1 by 1, i sure fiesta wont let u down. about the spare part issue, is mostly happen on focus mk1 and mk2. im admin of fiesta fans club and i noe complain about part is just a small part. before u saying part is expensive, survey first before listen to other.
RM60 for a liter of Semi-Syn oil at Ford SC is NOT expensive? You must be rich. Your company hiring? For that kind of money I can get Torco SR1 fully synthetic.

Yes, most of the parts issue is from Focus Mk1 and Mk2. I do not have friends who buy Fiesta cause nobody want to feel special after seeing how an acquaintance who is a Focus owner was treated by Ford Malaysia. But I haven't heard anything positive about Ford's SC.

Sorry if you butthurt, I agree the Ford Fiesta is a good car. But with the "service" rendered by Ford Malaysia, I'd stay away. Wait 3 years and when the car start to age, wear and tear and give problems, we see how this German engineered American fare against the reliable Japanese housewife.
 
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Fyi, i didnt pay even 1cent for my servicing...as i mention b4 free servicing pkg with full syn lub (castrol) for every 10k km for 6 times. even wiper blade and brake pad can be claim under this servicing programe . i dunno why the guy post in autoworld pay for rm60/L and is semi syn. is he a genuine fiesta owner?

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p/s; lub is not PARTS. dun understand u why like to link between female to cars...:confused: izzit u watch too much porn? no doubt , i feel japanese porn is the world best.
2008 honda city no more in JDM.

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let zul decide himself...wat i can say is most negative review is actually from non ford owner.. just like me which i didnt own vios and city but i talk alot bad on its.:rofl:
 

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Kidding right? parts damn expensive, lack of part supply, and the service center.. lol..utter crap.. go see the Ford forums in Malaysia and see how many owners "tiaw" Ford Malaysia.

Same case for Peugeot. Can read about Peugeot case here
AHW308: The World Should Know...

a lot of times, buying car is a very pretty affair. or at least, packaged until very pretty. its like meeting a girl for the first time, she looks well dressed, well groomed, make up and all. looked like she can give you a ride of your life.

marry the girl bring home already then all the colours start to show, fart here and there, shake leg, dig nose, shit already don't flush etc. that time you really want to mati.

of course, girls are unique, so in that scenario we're screwed. but cars are mass manufactured, same make and model you can get a pretty good idea of what you will get if you spend time to do some of your own research.

Which is why Toyota & Honda is so popular in Malaysia. Because its a Japanese that many people have owned and ride on, the parts and service centers are abundant, resale value is good because of the former reasons. That being said I think the cars are a far cry from the recent Korean invasion.. yes the K5 is damn pretty, so is the Elantra.. with their plastic surgery

So..the Japanese cars look mundane and boring next to the plastic surgery improved Koreans... but you can be rest assured if you marry the Japanese, she will clean and cook and take care of you. Whereas for the Korean, very soon the plastic surgery will fall apart with age, and that time you will need to flush the toilet after the Korean takes a shit.

The Germans, well, they are good, no doubt about these autobahn cruisers. but they are high maintenance. If you can afford it why not..

Then comes this Honda Edix, a rare Japanese gem, unlike the mainstream Japanese in Malaysia, she is somewhat hard to maintain, some parts are common, while other parts are hard to come by in Malaysia. For example if her headlights were damaged its gonna be pretty hard to find a replacement. So, she's high maintenance as well.

Choices in life.. you can get anything you want, the question is, how much you want to pay in terms of both time and money?

Honestly, forget about the German and the Japanese Gem with your income. Best bang for the buck new car is Proton Inspira, and EON having offer now for 5 years warranty. Pretty funny Proton bashers go on and on about Proton quality suck la this la that la, and then when you go to the EON Service Center, you see Mitsubishi Evolution X getting serviced there next to Protons.

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia is DRB-Hicom, and now so is Proton. Essentially buying a Proton Inspira is just a CKD Mitsubishi Lancer with some local parts. If you're anal about brands, go Toyota, Honda or Nissan.
afer reading this, i will cross out optima K5 & sonata from my list haha....:rofl:
 

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Fyi, i didnt pay even 1cent for my servicing...as i mention b4 free servicing pkg with full syn lub (castrol) for every 10k km for 6 times. even wiper blade and brake pad can be claim under this servicing programe . i dunno why the guy post in autoworld pay for rm60/L and is semi syn. is he a genuine fiesta owner?

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p/s; lub is not PARTS. dun understand u why like to link between female to cars...:confused: izzit u watch too much porn? no doubt , i feel japanese porn is the world best.
2008 honda city no more in JDM.

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let zul decide himself...wat i can say is most negative review is actually from non ford owner.. just like me which i didnt own vios and city but i talk alot bad on its.:rofl:
I don't have cars, so my comments are unbiased. HAHAHAHA. Ford Fiesta is definitely a good car. No doubt about it. The issue is Ford Malaysia.

afer reading this, i will cross out optima K5 & sonata from my list haha....:rofl:
Hahaha, depends where you are la. If I was in South Korea I will definitely buy a K5 and avoid all the Japanese ladies there. The entire road in Busan is filled with K5s and K7s. Their plastic surgery so awesome can challenge Audi! K7 really mamamia!
 

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wow
hot post
just figure
3800x12=45600 mycar
so if 7600x12=91200
i still need to wait to get a car 90k
myvi?viva?
out of list bcause i already have my kancil that already totally fully modi to JDM L5 mira classic (interior/exterior/engine), but honestly, i feel confort and smooth using JDM parts compared to local kancil parts interm of interior/engine
persona?neo satria?
my dad just bought persona 1.6auto b-line early this year, my fiance already own a neo satria 1.3 manual 2006
so i just wondering to ''taste new dishes'' and ya, with new debt/comitment for 7-9 years ahead
i just want a comfort car in term of instalment/services/family usage (want use until have kids,maybe lorrrr)
so i dont know what type of car i need to buy
i dont want to buy 2nd used car
bcoz my dad have bad experience in 2004
bought perodua kembara auto somewhere in maluri cheras used card shop
1st view/test drive
all ok
after a week. the car make issue
such aircond..oil leacking and so on
the used car shop dont want to respnsble for that
even at the beginning they said the warranty is within 1 month from get the car
so moral of story for that
i want to keep a away from 2nd used car BUT amazingly a years after that
i bought my kancil in 2010 (basic kancil manual 1994 660) in Kedah (6k,basic stock)
pray to GOD that the kancil is in awesome condition (direct owner)
then i ''makeup'' my kancil and use it with proud and joyful with my gf that time (i dont care what others say ''ala...pakai kancil pun nak proud ke??'')
so after that
''kantoi and kantoi'' happen to me
JPJ and so on
now i no longer can renew my roadtax
balance 2 month to 1 year expired
they said i need to endorse my car
walawei
confirm fail maaa
so please guide me for me to choose a right car
please....
uhuhuhuh
i want a car that not ''harm'' my financial for me 25years old guy with no so good/big salary
plsssssssssss


ps : dont ''gado--gado..." ok..heheh
 
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