I've never heard about monitor overclocking
Anyway, the only thing I don't like about this is a bit backlight leaking bottom left corner, I only see it if I really focus on it so not a big deal. Really good monitor for money.
Oh god, I didn't recieve any email so I thought no one replied... Thanks all for all advices!
Both cars have 5 years warranty, AFAIK here only KIA provides 7 years...
Yup, the brand new Mazda 3 <3 <3 <3
The thing here is that I can actually afford brand new car easier than second hand. To buy an used car I'd have to go through a leasing company. Here they provide terrible rates, compared to when buying a new car. Also warranty+
Amen. The countless reviews and videos and user experiences I watched/read just proved I was heading the right direction.
Thanks for input! I read many user reviews about the engine, the fuel economy is really amazing. And I really like the torque from low RPMs, still am a bit worried about the reliability of that tiny engine. Somewhere I read Ford serviceman saying these engines are estimated to run about 150 000km. That's really not bad but I got feeling that more simple Mazda engine would be more reliable. Also user reviews on truedelta say that
There are things I dis/like on both cars but overall I too think that I can' go wrong and if I was just given one of those cars, I'd love it.
Sorry but that car is much more expensive than two I prefer, at least in here. (about +5k)
However! I read articles, reviews and watched videos of these cars every single day and I still can't stop. I contacted a local dealer about the Mazda, got offer for free navigation and extended warranty.
Meanwhile for Focus I discovered that they're already developing Sync 3, which should be available in 2016 in their cars.
Now I only have to decide with my wife: Either Mazda now, or wait a year and get Focus with Sync 3. This will be a tough one....and I may end up with buying nothing lol
Thanks everyone for advices, I'm totally convinced to get the Mazda. I'll definitely post my car when I get one.
I want to buy one of them and can't decide. I already booked a test drive, watched countless of videos (well that's Mazda only since there's pretty much nothing I can find on the new Focus), read countless of reviews, user reviews, etc...
I'd take Focus with 1.0 92kW Ecoboost, Titanium package + alarm + rear parking assist + fron seat heating + winter tyres + windshield heating + mirror folding + rear parking camera for 16 800€.
What I really don't like and it bothers me a lot is the interior. In this version there's the 4" display in the middle and all those terrible ugly buttons, 0 - 9 buttons (WTFF?????), the display is for me a bit too small for parking camera but getting the larger 8" is larger expensive and I also wouldn't like touch-only screen.
I'd take Mazda 3 hatch in Attraction with G120 engine (88kW 2.0 liter) + navigation + extended 5years warranty, for 19 000€ and I would love absolutely everything about this car, except its price.
Now, as much as I love Focus and the way it drives and I'm also a fan of small turbo engines, I totally hate the interior of this car and I would be really not happy with it. The question is, if it's worth paying extra 2k to get the Mazda 3. That money is getting quite much for me, also the fuel would be about 1 - 2 liters extra over the Ecoboost (which I would not mind).
I was hoping someone can give me some hints, which way to go (I'm actually hoping someone will tell me get the Mazda and forget about Focus ), but I want you to be honest. For example what are some advantages of getting cheaper, uglier Focus over Mazda that I probably don't know about ? Or what's another thing I maybe don't know also worth the extra 2k€ in Mazda?
Can you please provide some source saying that rebels DO NOT have AA guns capable of shooting down the airplane?
Also is there any reason for them to hiding evidence including dead bodies, except the case they don't want to have them compromised by the international investigation? Any reason why the rebel side should be more trustworthy?