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ixeo

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i want to get groceries
vios
drive to work
vios
drive to school
vios
more space than a vios
camry
camrys are ugly
accord
i want to drift
kill yourself
i need a truck
ranger
i need a car under 50k
used vios
i want to buy a new car
no, slightly used vios
daddy is buying me a car
fuck you, vios
i need a tiny shitbox to fit in parking easy
myvi, or just man up and vios
vios is ugly
top bad, vios
i am a girl
vios

Clarification: Car is a means of transportation, not luxury goods.
Idea came from jalopnik/4chan.
 
But fair point would be the Vios is one of the easiest to drive and most responsive in its class. The comparisons are City, Latio, Forte, and Inspira.
 
But fair point would be the Vios is one of the easiest to drive and most responsive in its class. The comparisons are City, Latio, Forte, and Inspira.

That is accurate.

Fuel consumption? Best in class
Resale value? It's a Toyota
Brand recognition? One Vios owner once told me "It's just a Japan version of Lexus".

I always thought Lexus was an American version of Toyota. :hmmmm:
 
I would prefer the previous version of Vios..looks nice and value for money. The new vios...somehow the exterior just stab me in the ass

Almera is not bad, from the price, looks, and interior. Not sure bout the ASS (After sales service) and parts though.
 
I would prefer the previous version of Vios..looks nice and value for money. The new vios...somehow the exterior just stab me in the ass

Almera is not bad, from the price, looks, and interior. Not sure bout the ASS (After sales service) and parts though.

Well, to be fair, Nissan has a wide service and sales network, plenty of spare parts. UMW Toyota has even more.

But at the end of the day it's not a Toyota. The Toyota Vios engine & transmission is simply amazing in terms of fuel consumption.

Toyota Vios 1NZ-FE 1.5L vs Perodua Myvi K3-VE 1.3L. Logic dictates that the smaller displacement car would be more efficient, but in real world applications, ALL owners of both cars says the Vios has better measured fuel consumption.

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Vios? Seriously?

LOL

Here's a kicker, I LOL @ people driving the Vios. LOL even harder at Myvi.
 
my mechanic told me vios spare parts is cheap, some even lower than proton/perodua stuff. not sure about it. In terms of reliability, vios score a little higher than city.

nippy car especially with manual.

ixeo, u left out one.

i want a car with GT wing
vios:driver:
 
you also forgot....

I want a car that can fly
VIOS

those that dun understand, please follow below instructions

- Open IE, Chrome, Firefox
- Go to Google
- Search Image for "Flying VIOS"

Have fun.
 
you also forgot....

I want a car that can fly
VIOS

:rofl: saw that picture too. Those who are kinda lazy to google:

vios+crash+3.jpg


DUUUUGGGGGOOOONNNNGGGG PPPPPOOOOWWWAAAA!!!! :burnout: A lot of people speculated that the flying dugong was steered by the lady with the baju kurung. Who knows.


I have to agree with cvkit17.I kinda like the 1st gen Vios design, but does that one also consider as dugong? :hmmmm:
 
Only the newer gen Vios looks like a Dugong. The latest ones however are shying away from the Dugong look and trying to look more like the Camry. Which isn't a bad idea though.

The odd thing about the Vios is the different models seem to drive differently. Don't know if it's a QC problem but having driven my friends E model vs another friends fully kitted out G and S models, the G seems to be the best to drive. E was sluggish and S felt like a tank. All almost the same age (different month, same year). Maybe it's just me.

ixeo : hoi.. I got two Myvis at home. 1.3 though, not the 1.5. But I drive it like a 1.3, not pretend it's a 2.0. Sometimes Myvi drivers just gotta understand that they aren't that fast.
 
I wan't more torque :
Vios with supercharger kit $$$

I wan't more horsepower :
Vios with turbocharger kit $$$

I wan't a fearsome ride :
Vios with body kit $$$

:rofl::rofl::rofl:
 
Only the newer gen Vios looks like a Dugong. The latest ones however are shying away from the Dugong look and trying to look more like the Camry. Which isn't a bad idea though.

The odd thing about the Vios is the different models seem to drive differently. Don't know if it's a QC problem but having driven my friends E model vs another friends fully kitted out G and S models, the G seems to be the best to drive. E was sluggish and S felt like a tank. All almost the same age (different month, same year). Maybe it's just me.

ixeo : hoi.. I got two Myvis at home. 1.3 though, not the 1.5. But I drive it like a 1.3, not pretend it's a 2.0. Sometimes Myvi drivers just gotta understand that they aren't that fast.

Majority Myvi owners chose to deceive oneself that Myvi is real fast, especially now there are
1.5cc Myvis :rofl:

Still I think the ones that act like driving a super car, 1.3cc Myvi owners are the champions till
date...wonder why they have such a thought...tailgating bigger cars and etcs..
 
But fair point would be the Vios is one of the easiest to drive and most responsive in its class. The comparisons are City, Latio, Forte, and Inspira.

my wife owns a brand new vios
my parents just bought the new city.

tested both and you're 100% correct izso. vios feels more responsive. (even with the S mode on city)
err why yaris not on the list eh ixeo...hihihihi
 
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