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Nissan Tiida or KIA Cerato


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Cerato is the better car compared to the tiida by miles. @Crosswind owned one. He can tell you proper details. 

But first, you should ask yourself, what are your priorities? 

Tiida suits better for those who want cheap maintenance, cheap parts, who care only about fuel economy and 2nd market. 

The Cerato is a quick car, well built, agent maintenance can cost a bit but if you enjoy the car, it's worth it. It looks so awesome compared to the depressed Tiida.

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2 hours ago, AVANTE said:

Cerato is the better car compared to the tiida by miles. @Crosswind owned one. He can tell you proper details. 

But first, you should ask yourself, what are your priorities? 

Tiida suits better for those who want cheap maintenance, cheap parts, who care only about fuel economy and 2nd market. 

The Cerato is a quick car, well built, agent maintenance can cost a bit but if you enjoy the car, it's worth it. It looks so awesome compared to the depressed Tiida.

Thank you for your response. The cerato has done 150k already. Will it be an issue?

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14 hours ago, nuwan.ahgv said:

Thank you for your response. The cerato has done 150k already. Will it be an issue?

This depends on how well the car has been taken care of all this time. Have the recommended pre-emptive services been done properly ? Has the car been used with..uhh..."respect" ? If taken care of properly and all preemptive and running maintenances are done on time and properly with proper parts...then 150K is really not a big issue (the only thing is you yourself need to accept the fact that you need to carry out some preemptive maintenance work which at times can be slightly higher in cost than those at a lower mileage.

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22 hours ago, nuwan.ahgv said:

He is ok for 3.15m, but can it be considered as worth when referring to the mileage & the current market situation? It has done only 58k.

A 2007 Tiida just done 58k? That's BS. I think you'd be better off with a genuine owner than these mileage tampering b#stards.

 

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