QUOTE(lol~ @ Oct 19 2017, 12:58 PM)
if its good for dry and most importantly wet road and cornering, its good enough for me. btw 7jj still legal right? i looking into 7jj also right now. scare later jpj tahan then i will be in trouble
Many of my Iriz friends use 7jj. No issues with jpj as tyre didnt pass the fender.
QUOTE(azyune @ Oct 19 2017, 10:59 PM)
If using 6.5jj but added spacer also can terkeluar so it's not about jj numbers or how wide the rims but how much the wheel is terkeluar from fender. The law said under 3" is safe.
For iriz yes 7jj just flushed well. So 8jj should still within safe zone. Over than that may become too obvious and attract attention.
I'm using 7.5jj though but the difference is not really noticeable at a glance especially when car under load it will flushed with fender too. At most I'm seeing about 1cm protrude outside when its parked.
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Ive seen 8jj on iriz and its scary. Look like could potentially scrape fender if go over bump.
QUOTE(pr527b @ Oct 19 2017, 03:16 PM)
Hi..looking for my first car..without bias to the name group..can u guys suggest between saga and iriz..
Looking for a car since need to travel to kl every weekend from ipoh..is iriz durable for that kind of usage and in terms of fc and comfort,which one better for long distance?
I just did PJ >Taiping > Ipoh > Camerons > PJ recently in my 1.3 Iriz. Mainly highway drive got me 12.x km/l and Camerons got me 10.x due to mountain road + lots of jam as in very long jam(bye clutch). Comfort wise is fine, my parents were sleeping at the back seats. For long distance if you need the boot space, I'd recommend the saga as it should have much more boot space as well as lighter so possibly more fuel efficient.
QUOTE(KayKaiju @ Oct 20 2017, 06:15 PM)
I just pumped 20 liters (RON95) a couple of days ago. Driven barely over 200kms and I've just 1 bar left. I feel like the fuel consumption is too much since I don't even foot the gas pedal down.
You may not be hard on the gas but it depends on the type of roads that u drive in. City drive would consume more as theres more start and stop movement + jam. Hilly areas require u to climb the hills so more fuel required. Highway, you tend to accelerate until you can cruise.