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agila

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(Botany) eaglewood
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Harana sa Agila is offered on Saturday and Sunday, from February 10 to March 4 only.
The Agila is a five door city car that's roomy and flexible on the inside, with fold-flat back seats giving the capacity of a small van.
The bona fide Task Force Agila is composed of officials of the DILG, National Police Commission (Napolcom), and the Philippine National Police (PNP).
Task Force Agila is authorised to demand and receive data about the persons of interest, coordinate with other government departments, bureaus, agencies and offices, as well as to make recommendations based on its findings.
The Agila is most likely to have axle and suspension problems, while the cooling and heating system is responsible for 44 per cent of the Peugeot 107's downtime.
The five-door Agila is perfect for those needing a family city car.
The Agila is especially useful when it comes to transporting taller passengers - it is probably the one major advantage it has over most rivals as headroom is excellent.
The latest Agila is offered with petrol engines of 1.0 litre and 1.2-litres plus a 63mpg 1.3-litre diesel.
Agila is a main contender in the small monocabmarket which is one of the fastest growing sectors in Europe and is one sector that is expected to keep on growing.
The latest Agila is offered with a brace of petrol engines in the 1.0- litre 63bhp and a 1.2-litre 84bhp 16-valver, plus, there is GM's award-winning 1.3-litre diesel.
The Agila is a great little car that feels so right it makes you ask if you really need anything more from a motor.
Produced as a joint venture with the Suzuki Splash, the Agila is the latest model to enter the booming monocab sector where the Renault Modus, Honda Jazz and Fiat Panda have done so well.