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Old 22nd March 2006, 13:34   #16
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I agree, it's too early to hold this poll. Maybe in a few months time when the Aveo has been adequately road tested. I haven't even seen one as of yet.
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Old 22nd March 2006, 14:41   #17
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NHC. I know nothing much about the Aveo, since it has just come in. But I know a lot about the NHC.
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Old 22nd March 2006, 16:48   #18
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it is too soon for a 'comprehensive' comparison ... but i'm dumping the jap car this time ... Aveo it is
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Old 22nd March 2006, 22:25   #20
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I choose NHC ZX.
Because i consider it spacious & Reliable & has road presence vs Aveo.
I tend to belive Japs are reliable.
(Inspite of Silky smooth Fiesta, the all new sizzling Aveo.)
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Old 22nd March 2006, 22:59   #21
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Aveo looks better and i like GM cars - so voted for aveo.

BTW if antone has noticed - NHC zx Vtec reverse lights - one on the left is White and right one is red - have seen this on min 5 cars till now - and all were Vtecs.
this, I haven't noticed on the NHC zx models
What is it for ??

Vtec :

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Old 22nd March 2006, 23:10   #22
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THe LHS is a reversing light and the RHS is probable just a reflector.
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Old 22nd March 2006, 23:26   #23
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am gonna test drive the aveo tomorrow. Am only then gonna say anything. Any thing any body needs clarification on, do list out points for me or pm me ans i'll get back to you tomorrow with everything.
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I have voted for the Honda City ZX.
But frankly, i think there should be a poll between the Aveo and the Fiesta 1.6/24 TDCi as Chevrolet themselves have said that they are aiming at the fiesta.
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Quote:
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THe LHS is a reversing light and the RHS is probable just a reflector.
yeah you're right to an extent...
the right one is a fog light as the honda people claim..and theres a switch to put it on under the hand brake..but yeah the weird thing is that thers just one reverse light..looks really weird
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Its NHC for me. Though there is a craze for every new car but I think to be fair to both NHC and Aveo, we should give Aveo some time to settle down.
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I have voted for the Aveo.
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Aveo anyday. HONDAS / SKODAS ARE OVERPRICED TOO MUCH.
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I am a die hard passionate person to Honda vehicles. I own NHC, and I am happy with performance [ very good in city driving - not so good for highway ]
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Hmmm. By that yardstick, I think even the Aveo is overpriced.
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