Reviews to Watch Out For: Ford Fiesta S, Mazda2, Hyundai Tucson Re-VGT, Hyundai Santa Fe, Chevy Spark

I’ve been busy these past few weeks, but we’ve been fortunate enough to have test-driven a handful of cars during that time. So far, we’ve been through the usual review rounds with a Ford Fiesta S, Mazda2 and Hyundai Tucson. These next weekends, we have the Hyundai Santa Fe and Chevy Spark.

Checking out fuel efficiency, carrying capacity, proper inflation of car tires, different engine displacements, trims, features and models does take some time, especially for writers like us with deadlines and assignments. Reviews are coming soon, so watch this space.

7 thoughts on “Reviews to Watch Out For: Ford Fiesta S, Mazda2, Hyundai Tucson Re-VGT, Hyundai Santa Fe, Chevy Spark”

  1. sir antagal naman po ng post nyo.wait ko ung post kc im also looking to buy a ford fiesta 1.6 / 4 door sedan or hyundai accent 1.4..please help especially sa fuel efficiency nla mostly in city driving.same automatic tranny..thanks

  2. Hi Mike. No experience with the Accent yet but I’ll ask Hyundai Phils if they can lens me one. So far the 1.6 Ford Fiesta gave me roughly 8 to 10 Km/L. The Fiesta’s onboard computer actually shows L per 100Km and I got an average of 10 to 12 L per 100Km. The automatic is actually an automatically-actuated clutch in a dual-gearbox configuration. It has its good and bad sides.

    1. sir angelo thank you sa reply nyo.ung 8-10 km/l po ba is city driving and 10-12km/l is highway?anyway wait q nlng po ung review regarding hyundai accent..sbi po kasi sa ibang review na mahina dw ung shock ng hyundai specially slikod.ung mga brother in law ko kasi malalaki kya bka hindi umubra ng shock nya.pero mas madalasna me and a passenger lang ang sakay ng kotse.

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