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2013 Honda City 1.5 Top of the Line not 2014 2015

Metro Manila, Muntinlupa


Automatic Verified Contact 83,000 km

2013 Honda City 1.5e

Metro Manila, Las Piñas


Automatic Verified Contact 63,857 km

Honda City 2013 1.5L AT for sale

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong


Automatic Verified Contact 60,000 km

2013 Honda City Black MT

Metro Manila, Pasay


Manual Verified Contact 40,000 km

Honda City 2013 1.5 Automatic E variant

Batangas, Tanauan


Shiftable Automatic Verified Contact 58,000 km

Honda City 2013 1.5E AT

Metro Manila, Marikina


Automatic Verified Contact 74,000 km

Purple Honda City 2013 for sale in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City


Manual 100,000 Km

Selling Grey Honda City 2013 Sedan at 63000 in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila


Automatic 63,000 Km

Selling Grey Honda City 2013 Sedan in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila


Manual 109,000 Km

Honda City 2013 Sedan at 100000 km for sale

Laguna, Liliw


Manual 100,000 Km

Selling Honda City 2013 in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila


Automatic 90,000 Km

Selling Honda City 2013 in San Juan

Metro Manila, San Juan


Automatic 52,000 Km

Honda City 2013 for sale in Lapu-Lapu

Cebu, Lapu-Lapu


Automatic 50,000 Km

Honda City 2013 at 70000 km for sale

Metro Manila, Manila


Automatic 70,000 Km

Honda City 2013 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila


Manual 50,000 Km

Selling Honda City 2013 in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila


Automatic 72,000 Km

Selling Honda City 2013 in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City


Automatic 70,000 Km

2013 Honda City for sale in Mandaluyong

Metro Manila, Mandaluyong


Manual 64,000 Km

Take some time to write down what you want from a car: How many people does it need to sit? Would you like it to be small or large? Are there certain features that you feel you can’t live without?

Ownership costs comparison of petrol and diesel cars

Today, they say that owning a car is very expensive. Most practical folks opt to brave the daily commute just to be able to re-allocate the time and money supposedly for their private cars to something else. Some would opt to purchase a pre-owned car for sale rather than owning a brand new one because of the economic situation.

Sadly, there are days when going through public transportation is the most economical way to go, especially with the continuous increase in the prices related to a car. Monthly repairs and check-ups, tune-ups, fuel – everything is an expense.

Car owners will always be open for small ways to consistently save for gas, insurance, and anything that can let you put a penny in the pocket. This is where the big question of which is more economical smart between petrol and diesel cars.

So, if you plan to purchase Honda for sale, better assess what you need first before committing to the purchase.

It would be good to understand the difference between petrol and diesel cars and their ownership costs. The actual price of the car is straight away impacted by either petrol or diesel.

By and large, diesel cars cost more than its petrol equivalents. However, statistics show that although the initial cash out is more, diesel cars tend to last longer too. This is an essential factor to consider when thinking about the correct balance between the entire cost and the overall value.

Another fact to ponder before purchasing Honda City 2013 as your next car is that diesel cars are inclined to depreciate slower than petrol cars. Depreciation is a natural phase of car ownership, so if you have plans of selling your car in two or three years, then perhaps a diesel car would be a smarter choice for you.

Fuel efficiency is another significant factor that needs to be considered for any existing vehicles, also including the Honda City you are interested in. Diesel cars are more fuel efficient than cars that utilize petrol. However, diesel is way more expensive than petrol when it comes to the pump. This would mean that as a car owner, you can maximize a diesel vehicle's fuel efficiency by using it for a long time.

Experts and studies recommend that you need to cover 10,000 miles in your diesel car at least to reap its benefits and make the most of the more expensive diesel. So if you don't drive often and you don't plan on keeping the same car for about five years, then go for a petrol-fuelled car.

Another thing to keep in mind when inspecting the second hand Honda City is the fuel requirements.

Again, owning a car is very costly because now comes another responsibility that needs to be met. Tax prices are worked out via a scaling basis based on the carbon dioxide emissions of the car. The tax on a diesel car generally costs lesser because of it being fuel proficient.

Now come the servicing costs and monthly check-ups when it comes to comparing petrol and diesel cars, it can be concluded that diesel cars are more economically friendly. As a general rule, diesel cars don't require to be serviced too often compared to petrol cars however the costs for these services are generally higher even if it is not too often.

An entirely different assumption can be made when it comes to insurance costs. Experts estimate that on average, diesel cars cost ten to fifteen percent more than petrol cars primarily because of the extra cost of repairs and part replacements.

Both diesel and petrol cars have their own pros and cons when it comes to the financial aspect, and it all depends on you, your needs, and preferences.

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