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    I am going to take your opinion regarding whether to buy Toyota SE saloon 2005 model good condition or Toyota Belta 2006, & in between Belta 1000cc and 1300cc which one is better.
    In short Toyota Se Saloon Vs Belta (1000 or 1300cc) Drive and fuel consumption.
    You opinion will help me to decide easily. Thanks


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    Walaikum salam, technologically the belta wins, 1.3 that is. But if running cost and resale is considered, se saloon hands down. The saloon being a 1.6 has good performance, but being a 2003-2005 corolla, has no brakes. The handling can be improved by bigger rims and tires, which will also make the braking better. Belta being a vitz with a trunk, so if you find, a non abused, well maintained, outclass condition 1.3 belta, opt for it. Else, corolla all the way.
    Ps major part of the decision also lies on the usage

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    Quote Originally Posted by dayrider View Post
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    My usage mostly on motorway, very rare use on GT road and suburb. Rest brakes are concern , few modifications are made to improve the brake in desi way. beside brakes How is fuel consumption of both , Petrol driven and engine parts ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saam596 View Post
    My usage mostly on motorway, very rare use on GT road and suburb. Rest brakes are concern , few modifications are made to improve the brake in desi way. beside brakes How is fuel consumption of both , Petrol driven and engine parts ?
    Install abs in the se and its good to go. mileage, used a manual one, 12 local, 15 long. The 1.3 belta probably does better. Define engine parts, if it's filters and regular maintenance stuff, available for both, if it's unique things, se has a lead here.

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    Thanks bro. It helped a lot. Stay blessed. I will go for saloon for sure.
    One thing more, i heard regarding Se Saloon that its engine fails with CNG. How much is it correct. Though i am keen to keep it in Petrol.

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    How does one go at installing ABS in the SE?
    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saam596 View Post
    Thanks bro. It helped a lot. Stay blessed. I will go for saloon for sure.
    One thing more, i heard regarding Se Saloon that its engine fails with CNG. How much is it correct. Though i am keen to keep it in Petrol.
    Depends on how you use it, of its an efi kit, that starts the car on petrol, and that you run it once a week on petrol, it won't cause much of an issue. But then again, if compared with pure petrol, it surely will cause issues and die quicker

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    Quote Originally Posted by pistonhead View Post
    How does one go at installing ABS in the SE?
    Get the brakes replaced with that of the 1.8 in the same shape. Or if I am not wrong, I read it in one of the forms that Toyota also offers installing an abs unit to the same system but charges are a bit high

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