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Car - 2.5 Mil & Below - Non Hatachback, Fuel Efficient


CaineRod
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Hello,

I am planning to buy a used car with a budget around 2.0 M to 2.5 M. The vehicle will be used to get to work daily, up & down from Panadura to Col. Most concerning areas,


1. Fuel Efficiency 

2. No Hatchback 

3. Less maintenance cost

I was looking at Proton gen 2 (2010), does anyone have any say on it?

Please provide kind feedback your considering the above. 

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Toyota Vios

Mitsubishi Lancer CS1

Toyota Carina / Corona Premio CT210 212

Corolla 121

Some left field-ish options might be diesel Nissan Bluebirds and Mitsubishi Galants but these would have done astronomical mileage by now.

Honda Fit Aria was fuel efficient but had a CVT gearbox if i recall so not sure how they are doing this many years later

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On 1/26/2020 at 9:27 AM, Devinda_Z said:

 

Toyota Vios

 Mitsubishi Lancer CS1

Toyota Carina / Corona Premio CT210 212

Corolla 121

 Some left field-ish options might be diesel Nissan Bluebirds and Mitsubishi Galants but these would have done astronomical mileage by now.

Honda Fit Aria was fuel efficient but had a CVT gearbox if i recall so not sure how they are doing this many years later

Hi Thanks for the response. 

Do you have any idea on the Proton gen 2 vehicles? there are a few out there, would like to get an idea in terms of fuel economy and performance?

Thank you  

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On 1/29/2020 at 12:13 PM, CaineRod said:

Hi Thanks for the response. 

Do you have any idea on the Proton gen 2 vehicles? there are a few out there, would like to get an idea in terms of fuel economy and performance?

Thank you  

Personally i'd avoid a vehicle without proper local agent support and easy access to spare parts given that it's not even a brand that one can import parts from overseas with ease

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