Cars to buy with a budget of rm90k or less?

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I want to ask all the experienced forumers here regarding which car to buy within a budget of rm90k or lower. 90k is the most i can afford. I'm seeking for a "4-door,good size,decent performance,first hand(recon is considerable),non-local brand,no suv,not a vios" car.

Anyone here can help me suggesting what car should i buy.

Thanks in advance,a real fresh newbie here.
 

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So no 2nd hand cars? Only brand new?
 

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ford fiesta eco boost 1.0??
engine win many award
but its 93,888
 

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yup,no 2nd hand.. actually the loan is on my parents,and they set it as 90k max. they set some of the rules such no 2nd hand and no local brand. i just graduated,so i assume it is a graduation present perhaps or whatever it is.
Since Myvi is out of the list. Students' cars are usually Vios or the Myvi. Oh! Now there is one more to add to the list. Almera.

Since parents is paying, then just choose any that is close to RM90K :rolleyes:

I think u can consider Ford Fiesta 1.0L Ecoboost. Roadtax cheap. and is RM93,888. Slightly more than what your parents set for u. But i think should be fine.

If not then the Honda City. But for young ppl like u, surely love the design of the Sports Car Toyota Vios. :biggrin:
 

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thanks for the suggestion. did consider this also before but the price is against me and didnt really like the design though.
Then settle for Vios TRD. Should be ngam ngam within RM90K, the design of the exterior and interior can WOW your friends already. Feels like sports car too :listen:

Cuz u stated performance ma, so some recommended the Fiesta Eco Boost :love:
 

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Since Myvi is out of the list. Students' cars are usually Vios or the Myvi. Oh! Now there is one more to add to the list. Almera.

Since parents is paying, then just choose any that is close to RM90K :rolleyes:

I think u can consider Ford Fiesta 1.0L Ecoboost. Roadtax cheap. and is RM93,888. Slightly more than what your parents set for u. But i think should be fine.

If not then the Honda City. But for young ppl like u, surely love the design of the Sports Car Toyota Vios. :biggrin:
yeah,that's the plan..aiming for the car that has the price nearest to the so called "max" budget.
almera is not bad either,will consider this suggestion.

for god sake idk why i'm really against vios,but i just dont like it. is it too mainstream or other factors which i couldnt yet identify. so,right now my eyes is stuck on honda city, and a bit of honda jazz.

any other cars which may not be too mainstream on the road which may meet my criteria(s)??

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Then settle for Vios TRD. Should be ngam ngam within RM90K, the design of the exterior and interior can WOW your friends already. Feels like sports car too :listen:

Cuz u stated performance ma, so some recommended the Fiesta Eco Boost :love:
might reconsider this. but still a vios. haha..
 

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yeah,that's the plan..aiming for the car that has the price nearest to the so called "max" budget.
almera is not bad either,will consider this suggestion.

for god sake idk why i'm really against vios,but i just dont like it. is it too mainstream or other factors which i couldnt yet identify. so,right now my eyes is stuck on honda city, and a bit of honda jazz.

any other cars which may not be too mainstream on the road which may meet my criteria(s)??
That's ermm...rare. Majority hates the design of the Almera even with the IMPUL or Nismo bodykit doesn't make it more handsome, just not that ugly. Shape still fugly.

Vios, ya many on the road but design wise, hate to say Vios is the nicest to me among Honda City and Almera.

Anyway, just go ahead for the Honda City. I think no regrets on that.
 

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That's ermm...rare. Majority hates the design of the Almera even with the IMPUL or Nismo bodykit doesn't make it more handsome, just not that ugly. Shape still fugly.

Vios, ya many on the road but design wise, hate to say Vios is the nicest to me among Honda City and Almera.

Anyway, just go ahead for the Honda City. I think no regrets on that.
i said almera is okay due to the price is cheaper i guess(is it?) even the design isnt that appealing. And hate to admit that everything u said about vios is undeniable.

Um,any other cars? or other manufacturers sides from japan?
 

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how about a pick up truck?
its not an suv so its worth a look
u can get the macho look and lots of space at the rear for u to expand yr imagination.

i know u mention must be non local so the mitsubishi Lanspira is actually worth a look...hehehehe
the 1.8 model of course.2.0 is beyond yr budget.

me personally,i will go for the biggest engine i can afford.and by afford i mean the maintenance and all.
roadtax is no big deal as its once a year.
dont believe me about bigger is better?
ask bro vr2turbo to swap his vr with a kelisa for his daily ride.....
he will say the kelisa is nice and good fc but thats only for
the 1st day.

if pickup is not yr taste then city is the one u should have.
vios and almera?even if u beg me to test drive it, i will gladly settle with my old ride.
 

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Tell your parents. Proton isn't as bad as the Waja era.
Own a Saga SV for a student will save you a lot of hassle.
I own a Persona. Maintenance is easy peasy. I just graduated btw.
Big and powerful for its class and money. Vios and myvi byebye. :hahaha:

I wish i have the 90k advantage from my parents.
So for 90k, go for Hilux then :biggrin:
Toyota Hilux - Best Selling 4x4 Pickup Truck - Toyota Malaysia
 

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Tell your parents. Proton isn't as bad as the Waja era.
Own a Saga SV for a student will save you a lot of hassle.
I own a Persona. Maintenance is easy peasy. I just graduated btw.
Big and powerful for its class and money. Vios and myvi byebye. :hahaha:

I wish i have the 90k advantage from my parents.
So for 90k, go for Hilux then :biggrin:
Toyota Hilux - Best Selling 4x4 Pickup Truck - Toyota Malaysia
wah...just graduated...
was thinking i am the youngest in here as most already holding sifu status.
 

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how about a pick up truck?
its not an suv so its worth a look
u can get the macho look and lots of space at the rear for u to expand yr imagination.

i know u mention must be non local so the mitsubishi Lanspira is actually worth a look...hehehehe
the 1.8 model of course.2.0 is beyond yr budget.

me personally,i will go for the biggest engine i can afford.and by afford i mean the maintenance and all.
roadtax is no big deal as its once a year.
dont believe me about bigger is better?
ask bro vr2turbo to swap his vr with a kelisa for his daily ride.....
he will say the kelisa is nice and good fc but thats only for
the 1st day.

if pickup is not yr taste then city is the one u should have.
vios and almera?even if u beg me to test drive it, i will gladly settle with my old ride.
thanks for ur brilliant suggestion/idea. might also consider a pickup truck now,and now wondering why i never thought of this before. haha

is jazz too bad compared to city when no one talks about it?
 

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city has more spave and it mighy not seem important now.
it matter most when u needs it.

one more advantage of owning a pickup is that u dont have to worry much abot parking at a crowded event.
fc is not worse or bad compared to a sedan.
just remember its not a racing car...still,better than vios..hahahha
some pickup can surprise a sedan when the road turn twisty.
not that i encourage fast driving in it.its just to show how much pick up truck has evolve.

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on local car,like bro stupidcar mention it is not as bad as people are saying or feeding u.
waja is bad but since the waja mc3 model,proton car has improved a lot.
which is why i recommend u the Inspira.

comparing proton and perodua latest offering,i can say proton is up to the mark.
regarding perodua,i dont prefer tham as to me its sort of a rip off as they still sell something they just copy at higher price proton sell their car which is develop in house.

why dont u go test drive the preve or inspira.just go for it even if u wanted to buy the hilux in the end or other non national car.
its about having the first hand experience instead of letting people feed us.

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btw,
if i were u and my parents want to support everything,i will go for a stock standard satria gti or better..the r3 satria gti.
be a bit naughty..heheheh
 

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Tell your parents. Proton isn't as bad as the Waja era.
Own a Saga SV for a student will save you a lot of hassle.
I own a Persona. Maintenance is easy peasy. I just graduated btw.
Big and powerful for its class and money. Vios and myvi byebye. :hahaha:

I wish i have the 90k advantage from my parents.
So for 90k, go for Hilux then :biggrin:
Toyota Hilux - Best Selling 4x4 Pickup Truck - Toyota Malaysia
idk bout persona,but now i'm driving my dad's gen2 atm and i dont really like it.
Well, will think about hilux. but would prefer a sedan.


city has more spave and it mighy not seem important now.
it matter most when u needs it.

one more advantage of owning a pickup is that u dont have to worry much abot parking at a crowded event.
fc is not worse or bad compared to a sedan.
just remember its not a racing car...still,better than vios..hahahha
some pickup can surprise a sedan when the road turn twisty.
not that i encourage fast driving in it.its just to show how much pick up truck has evolve.

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on local car,like bro stupidcar mention it is not as bad as people are saying or feeding u.
waja is bad but since the waja mc3 model,proton car has improved a lot.
which is why i recommend u the Inspira.

comparing proton and perodua latest offering,i can say proton is up to the mark.
regarding perodua,i dont prefer tham as to me its sort of a rip off as they still sell something they just copy at higher price proton sell their car which is develop in house.

why dont u go test drive the preve or inspira.just go for it even if u wanted to buy the hilux in the end or other non national car.
its about having the first hand experience instead of letting people feed us.

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btw,
if i were u and my parents want to support everything,i will go for a stock standard satria gti or better..the r3 satria gti.
be a bit naughty..heheheh
how i wish i have all the knowledge that u guys have so it'd be easier for me to talk bout it in order to convince on things that have been said.

so,within the budget and the criteria mentioned..i only can get vios/city/jazz/almera/pickup truck. any other good suggestion?
 

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how about a pick up truck?
its not an suv so its worth a look
u can get the macho look and lots of space at the rear for u to expand yr imagination.

i know u mention must be non local so the mitsubishi Lanspira is actually worth a look...hehehehe
the 1.8 model of course.2.0 is beyond yr budget.

me personally,i will go for the biggest engine i can afford.and by afford i mean the maintenance and all.
roadtax is no big deal as its once a year.
dont believe me about bigger is better?
ask bro vr2turbo to swap his vr with a kelisa for his daily ride.....
he will say the kelisa is nice and good fc but thats only for
the 1st day.

if pickup is not yr taste then city is the one u should have.
vios and almera?even if u beg me to test drive it, i will gladly settle with my old ride.
My VR even though 2.0 it is turbo some more....hahhahaha
But I quite love to drive the Tiggo SUV but again still a 2.0 even though auto.....:driver:

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wah...just graduated...
was thinking i am the youngest in here as most already holding sifu status.
Now, you know you are not that young any more......hahhahhahaha
Like me already promoted to Unker status quite a while dy.....:smokin:

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idk bout persona,but now i'm driving my dad's gen2 atm and i dont really like it.
Well, will think about hilux. but would prefer a sedan.




how i wish i have all the knowledge that u guys have so it'd be easier for me to talk bout it in order to convince on things that have been said.

so,within the budget and the criteria mentioned..i only can get vios/city/jazz/almera/pickup truck. any other good suggestion?
It has been for years that T/H/N controls this segment of cars other then P and P2.
Good second hand value, easy maintenance, lots of parts and so on. Won't go wrong with either 3, that is the Vios, City and Almera. And since you just graduated (Congrats) good to begin with these cars....:driver:
 

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Fresh grad? New car or will second hand be an option? Who will be maintaining your car? Yourself? I'm going to assume :

1. You'll be maintaining the car yourself (new tyres, spare parts, oil changes, etc)
2. No second hand cars.
3. Parents will be paying for installment
4. You're not a new driver and passed the "P" stage.
5. No Vios (why?)

The new Honda City is the car for you. Almera is too fugly and safety wise it's hopeless. No other car has as many safety features as the City in the same segment range. Maintenance will be a little high since it uses CVT - meaning the ATF will be expensive. But otherwise EO is standard and Honda is quite reasonable with their normal maintenance costs. But make sure you choose the V spec if possible. Space in the City is almost unbeatable.

The new Jazz is ok too but personally I find it to be a very girly car even with the god fugly mugen bodykit. That's about all I care about the Jazz. I'm not a fan.

If you're looking for a cheap and simple car that's good with FC and relatively cheap maintenance would the Mitsubishi Attrage. Having said that the Attrage does the same FC (thereabouts) as the City and the City has more power, space and is nicer to drive. But I like the Attrage because of the super lightweight body. You can literally feel the weight in the Attrage, super nimble. If they start to have after market support for this car I would lower the car and buy the manual version, then turbo charge it. Nice.

The Proton Preve and Suprima is pretty good too. But if you get stuck in traffic a lot, this car FC is super bad. But highway runs and all is damn good. Safety is good, power is pretty decent and with small mods that EA Autoworks have done, you can squeeze more power from the stock car very cleanly and easily. But FC can be very bad if you see bumper to bumper traffic a lot.

Oh Honda City has this eco mode that cuts the engine off and all too. Save petrol a lot. You can tell I'm a City fanboy. My only issue with the City is that it's got horrible wheels and some have claim the touch screen dash can be quite nitty picky.
 

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i said almera is okay due to the price is cheaper i guess(is it?) even the design isnt that appealing. And hate to admit that everything u said about vios is undeniable.

Um,any other cars? or other manufacturers sides from japan?
Okay, is hard to actually give u too many options, since u r seriously buying, maybe test drive all cars within that range and then come back to us with only 2 or 3 options on which one to choose.

If not, you will end up in a dilemma and dunno which car to buy and this thread will drag for as long as your dilemma goes...

Kia Rio, if you want something different. RM73K+- But I still think either the City or the Pick Up truck will be a good choice. But then again if you are gonna maintain the car urself then better not a Pick Up Truck.

If u r maintaining urself, a local car would be a better choice cuz is cheaper to maintain.

Suzuki Swift, well too bad is only 1.4L now and is not as nice as before. Except for the swift sports which is beyond your budget.

You can try Proton Inspira. Tell your parents, just the batch is local made, others is not 'exactly' local made especially engine is Mitsubishi Lancer ones :biggrin: 1.8L
 

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Okay, is hard to actually give u too many options, since u r seriously buying, maybe test drive all cars within that range and then come back to us with only 2 or 3 options on which one to choose.

If not, you will end up in a dilemma and dunno which car to buy and this thread will drag for as long as your dilemma goes...

Kia Rio, if you want something different. RM73K+- But I still think either the City or the Pick Up truck will be a good choice. But then again if you are gonna maintain the car urself then better not a Pick Up Truck.

If u r maintaining urself, a local car would be a better choice cuz is cheaper to maintain.

Suzuki Swift, well too bad is only 1.4L now and is not as nice as before. Except for the swift sports which is beyond your budget.

You can try Proton Inspira. Tell your parents, just the batch is local made, others is not 'exactly' local made especially engine is Mitsubishi Lancer ones :biggrin: 1.8L
Yup, the more models added, the more confused.
Streamline the models you want, then use your priorities you stated to further cut them down, then test drive those and choose the one you like to drive...:driver:
 

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VW Polo sedan, 1.6 , German Tech.
With an Aisin Seiki (Toyota Group) gearbox? Wahahahaha. German tech my 67 also German tech. Putting a German badge on a Japanese gearbox doesn't make it German tech.

Likewise, putting Proton badge on a Mitsubishi lancer doesn't make it a local car. I've said before, Proton Inspira is the best bang for bucks car brand new. People shun it cause of the Proton badge. Oh well.

90k budget only, want new car.. other than Japan.. Korea la.. Kia Rio, Kia Cerato..how about AMERICAN? Chevrolet Sonic..
 

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Since your parent don't limit you what car you can test drive before you buy.. Go and test all brand within your budget including local. Not you must or will buy a local, but you will learn what should you get with that amount of money.

Go for the best value for money you can get...find a sweet spot of comfort, performance and safety that suits yourself in real life :idea:
 

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idk bout persona,but now i'm driving my dad's gen2 atm and i dont really like it.
Well, will think about hilux. but would prefer a sedan.
Gen 2 and Persona might look the same but the Persona Elegance have changed a lot, exterior, interior, hardware wise too. I have to say the best bang for buck Sedan in Malaysia for its size.
Now Persona SV only 46k. Fully loaded. Mine 56k, only M(id)-Line.

Ok. Now so far dy, u need to decide which one. If not everyone just bantai models.
Now u make up ur mind, go and research on ur own and come back ask us for further infos.

wah...just graduated...
was thinking i am the youngest in here as most already holding sifu status.
Already hooked up on ZTH mid way studying. Got younger ones here driving monsters somemore.
Ryuuken especially. But mia for awhile now.
 

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Test drive local cars, like Preve, Suprima S and the Satria Neo R3. Not bad actually.
 

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Since your parent don't limit you what car you can test drive before you buy.. Go and test all brand within your budget including local. Not you must or will buy a local, but you will learn what should you get with that amount of money.

Go for the best value for money you can get...find a sweet spot of comfort, performance and safety that suits yourself in real life :idea:
At that budget, the best drive will end up being the Preve cause of the turbo. Fiesta Ecoboost is beyond RM90k. The most spacious feeling/luxurious I am guessing it might be the Inspira being a C-segment car.

But as a student, practicality is more important, and for best bang of practical bucks.. Nissan Almera is the choice.

Of course, if local was included, I'd say Saga 1.6.

Considering your parents will repay the loan for you, don't be a spoiled child, your parents raised you already, reduce their burden, no need to max out 90k despite they can afford to repay 90k.
 

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Wonder if no local car condition is set by him or the parents?:biggrin:
Usually parents but I feel that he don't fancy local cars too. But Inspira is not bad ma. Lots of parts to mod.
 

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i'm eyeing for jazz or swift.
planning to get either one by next year.
now trying to survey for the best offer around...
 

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i'm eyeing for jazz or swift.
planning to get either one by next year.
now trying to survey for the best offer around...
New jazz banyak ugly wor. Swift Sports xD
 

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my mom told me to sell my perdana & buy a new saga :sleep:
Not sold adi meh?

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although i'm single... :listen:

i also have a wife factor to consider. :biggrin:
she loves jazz so much....so its quite a clear choice...

swift sport...nyummy...however cannot afford lor...
Jazz Hybrid design nice la, but the current Jazz fail greatly...
 

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1.4L Swift.. uh.. underpowered. New Jazz is a much better buy.
 

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I have 1 local and 1 korean..and if i have a small budget below 90 and really want a car.. i will go for Preve..engine strong enuff to play2 at highway hehe..if MPV maybe add a bit more and get Odyessey..
 

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I have 1 local and 1 korean..and if i have a small budget below 90 and really want a car.. i will go for Preve..engine strong enuff to play2 at highway hehe..if MPV maybe add a bit more and get Odyessey..
But but but.. got website review say Exora better comfort than Odyssey wor! WAHHHH Exora godlike! Beat Odyssey! All the Exora Club owners raving about the review as if it was the best written piece since the bible.
 

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I have 1 local and 1 korean..and if i have a small budget below 90 and really want a car.. i will go for Preve..engine strong enuff to play2 at highway hehe..if MPV maybe add a bit more and get Odyessey..
suprima is a better choice then preve.
sporty and suits young executive.
however its still a Proton and maintenance is on the high side wif cvt, timing belt etc.
 

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suprima is a better choice then preve.
sporty and suits young executive.
however its still a Proton and maintenance is on the high side wif cvt, timing belt etc.
How is Suprima more sporty than Preve? Exact same 0-100km times. Exact same chassis. Am I missing something?