I’ll probably write more about the Hyundai Eon in the Philippines as I do more research on it. Sorry, folks at Geely Philippines, looks like y’all are going to regret not launching sooner. Ang tagal ng Panda ninyo!
I’ll be bringing my Hyundai Getz in for a checkup next week for its 90,000km checkup. Among Gina’s issues are a jammed bolt on the front right tire and a clicking sound when I turn the car. Well, my baby’s getting on in years, but she’s still as fine as ever.
I’m about to buy another set of wipers for Gina, my Hyundai Getz, because it’s just waaaay too worn out to be effective. Where should I buy it?
Listening to: Sidewalk Prophets Live Like That
Have you seen the prices of gasoline nowadays? It’s teetering near Php56/liter, which is ludicrous! Good thing my Hyundai Getz still gets decent mileage, or I’ll have to sell a kidney just to get to work!
A friend of mine lost his car in the recent Pedring typhoon. I felt badly for him; it’s never easy losing a car – hello, that’s a lot of money/value in one item! – but gosh, it’s gotta suck when your car gives in.
Meanwhile, my Hyundai Getz is flood-savvy and flood-safe! I used to be concerned about whether my Getz would be able to handle it, especially with a relatively low tail pipe, but you know what? She’s a trooper! My Getz survived the infamous floods of Araneta, Espana, and Taft Avenue.
So, we’re pretty much decided that we’ll be buying a new car, which means we’re going to be selling our Hyundai Getz.
You’ve seen virtually everything we’ve had done to our car on this website. You know we won’t be hiding anything from you. Would you like to buy the most famous Hyundai Getz in the country? LOL Negotiations start at Php280,000. Send me an email at ganns at gannsdeen dot com for details, or if you’re interested. I already have two interested buyers but I’m still open.
If you buy the car, you obviously also get this website. And the value of this site isn’t too sloppy:
So I finally took my wife to the Geely North EDSA showroom to check out the Geely Panda.
Good news: she liked the car.
Bad news: She couldn’t get over the fact that the Geely Panda was a China car. (And that it seemed like a downgrade from our Hyundai Getz. Korea to China, Hyundai to Geely, that whole enchilada.)
Image is everything, folks. Now what?
*heads off to Toyota*