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In your opinion, which car (below 120k) offers the most comfortable riding experience?

Taking into consideration bumpiness, ride stability and noise insulation...

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35 minutes ago, Nutty said:

In your opinion, which car (below 120k) offers the most comfortable riding experience?

Taking into consideration bumpiness, ride stability and noise insulation...

120k used or brand spanking new? If the latter, does it matter if PI or AD? 

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New cars, either AD or PI.

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57 minutes ago, Nutty said:

In your opinion, which car (below 120k) offers the most comfortable riding experience?

Taking into consideration bumpiness, ride stability and noise insulation...

Why dont u go test drive all the available models that are selling below $120k and decide for yourself?

One man's definition of comfort can be very different from others.  

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Like that any car with that budget also can lo.

Aiya, if lazy just go to the car show https://www.motorshow.com.sg/2020/home/

9-12 Jan, just a week away.

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I second this.. Honda Freed is pretty comfortable and very functional. 
 

Nissan serena also good and better but think it’s more than 130k. 
 

I think also can look at  the subaru XV and Impreza, and NA forester which are below 120k are pretty decent and comfortable as well. Handling is decent and fc for NA cars are pretty decent 

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44 minutes ago, Chucky2007 said:

I second this.. Honda Freed is pretty comfortable and very functional. 
 

Nissan serena also good and better but think it’s more than 130k. 
 

I think also can look at  the subaru XV and Impreza, and NA forester which are below 120k are pretty decent and comfortable as well. Handling is decent and fc for NA cars are pretty decent 

I've owned Civic, Jazz and Shuttle (Current ride). Stock Honda cars always come with this sporty (bumpy) feel. Thought of going for another car make next time. 

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13 minutes ago, Nutty said:

I've owned Civic, Jazz and Shuttle (Current ride). Stock Honda cars always come with this sporty (bumpy) feel. Thought of going for another car make next time. 

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2 hours ago, Chucky2007 said:

I second this.. Honda Freed is pretty comfortable and very functional. 
 

Nissan serena also good and better but think it’s more than 130k. 
 

I think also can look at  the subaru XV and Impreza, and NA forester which are below 120k are pretty decent and comfortable as well. Handling is decent and fc for NA cars are pretty decent 

I have sat in a stock 2017 2.0 na forestor many times, front and rear. Assume the current version has not improved significantly, there is no way I describe it as comfortable, using the standard of a S$100k car.

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I think your scope is too wide. But I have to agree. Honda freed is nice practical. I like the wood trim that gives off a minimalist feel to the car.

For PI car - Honda Freed

For New AD Car - Kia Cerato

For Used car - Evo10 or Civic Type R. (Provided I can afford the insurance lah)

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Posted (edited)

Toyota Camry Hybrid Cars & Coffee Edition

2.5 Ascent (A)

$119,800

Save yourself $200.

:grin:

Very spacious, very quiet and smooth.

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At least narrow it down somewhat by stating a preferred vehicle type (SUV, sedan etc)? 

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Tall SUVs can never be smooth riding.

They are designed for off roads or bad roads.

:grin:

For smooth riding you always need a saloon car.

For quietness it can never be a diesel.

Best is petrol and electric hybrid.

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If you don't afraid of Problems,All French Cars are well known for Comfort.

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