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    Default ALTIS VS CIVIC VTI

    ALTIS IS MUCH BETTER THAN CIVIC VTI IN POWER,FUEL CONSUMPTION,ABS,STABILITY N STYLE. SPECIALLY ITS NEW FLEXIN MICA METALIC COLOUR


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    hello brother altis is a modified version of se saloon and it was a flop version of corolla because it has no quality no fuel efficiency and no performance although it has a twin cam engine .Altis is 1.8L vvti but still t is behind vti .if u do for speed vti tops because it is more stable at high speeds and more powerful at high speeds.altis may match perfomance of vti but cannot. becz honda vtec engines are famous through out the world for their gasoline engines.but go for still vti regards!!!!
    Godzilla under the Hood !!

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    yes its a beautiful color if your *** who likes stuffed animals and loves to get rubbed by other guys
    I would never go for such a color ..it would seriously hurt my manhood ego

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