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s1ongseng

Posted 27 May 2014 - 11:04 PM

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Hi all, i am thinking to get a Camry 2.0GX but wondering is this the correct car or there is better choice? (accord? Mazda 6?) i intend to get a family sedan so hope can have some advice here. smile_wink.gif
Btw, , i went to the showroom and test drive, unfortunately only 2.5V for test drive and its feel good but i am wondering on the 2.0G. i am currently driving Altis 1.8G with 4 speed super ECT also (it is the same gear box?). So i am really wondering would the 2.0G feel the same as my Altis 1.8G?


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Posted 28 May 2014 - 08:38 AM

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QUOTE (s1ongseng @ May 27 2014, 11:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi all, i am thinking to get a Camry 2.0GX but wondering is this the correct car or there is better choice? (accord? Mazda 6?) i intend to get a family sedan so hope can have some advice here. smile_wink.gif
Btw, , i went to the showroom and test drive, unfortunately only 2.5V for test drive and its feel good but i am wondering on the 2.0G. i am currently driving Altis 1.8G with 4 speed super ECT also (it is the same gear box?). So i am really wondering would the 2.0G feel the same as my Altis 1.8G?

Insist to test drive the 2.0 model then you can have first hand feel of it.... smile_thumbup.gif

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roocarroll

Posted 30 May 2014 - 11:44 PM

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You should insist on test driving the exact model you are interested in. If they don't have one at that dealership, go somewhere else. I think the new Accord offers a better package than the Camry but Nissan have just launched the facelifted Teana so that's worth test driving too.

Here is a comparison video of the American D Segment. I believe most of the cars here are 2.5s and the American versions might come with different spec but the underlying cars are the same.