[b]Dear members of Pakwheels,
I just bought a Cuore automatic on a trial basis as i heard alot of things about the cuore automatic. And as now i have been driving it and kept it, so i thought of sharing my experience and clear out some of the misconceptions people have about this car.
The first comment i heard from everyone was that the car is quiet bumpy while changing gears ( Jhatkai bohat marti hai gear change kartai hue) .
Well to tell you the truth the transmission is really good and there is no sign of any bumpy changes in the tramission. For those people who have kept it and say such things about it , this is a little advice from me, when you buy a car about which you have no experience then ask an expert, there is a transmission filter in this car which you ought to change atleast after 1000 km for the first 3000 Km of the car and then change it periodically.
Second misconception was that this car is quite thirty for fuel.
My opinion at the fuel economy of the car is that its quite reasonable, Try another automatic car's fuel economy and then u'll know that this car is good on fuel, And one more thing , when u fill up a prosmetic u pay almost 3000 rupees to fill it up and at a car which was starving for fuel (THE CUORE) i filled up the whole tank for 1600 rupees, thats half of what you get in big cars such as prosmetic corolla etc etc ... Which means less fuel in your tank which in turn means the fuel tank would empty at quite a pace.
Still the car wouldn't be as good as a manual car for sure. But people remember that comfort and safety costs, and automatic tramission is a comfort, not a necessity.
Third misconception i read about the cuore automatic on Pakwheels.com was that the car is quite noisy as its tramission is set to change at the designated speeds.
People read the manual. There are two setting for the automatic tramission a HIGH and a LOW. While you are driving slow the car is in LOW tramission mode , and the first gear changes at a rapid 1500 RPM yes thats RPM, for those cars which do have an RPM press the accelerator and see how much noise it is on 1500 RPM, whereas at HIGH tramission mode when you are rreally pressing the accelerator the first gear changes at around 2200 RPM... I wont write more about the other gear changes cause it would get quite lenghty , for more detail refer to the Owners manual of Cuore Automatic or drive one before commenting.
Well these were the three most common misconception you would even hear from a panwala who owns a Chinchang Cycle.
For the rest here are the following pros and cons about the car.
1. Spacious Interior
2. Great seats
3. Good dashboard design
4. Powerful engine
5. Great torque
6. Independant suspension gives more comfort
7. Good headlights
8. The metal used in this car is even thicker than that used in a corolla. (This one is impressing)
1. NO CLOCK
this is the most puthetic thing in this car , there is no clock in this car , not even in the new CD player.
2. No foot rest
3. No Arms Rest
4. Less road clearence
5. Too less trunk space
6. No EFi makes the engine stall at sometimes.
( But not always i faced this problem two times only and both the times it was when i was going down into a steep basement parking.)
7. Puthetic Original tyres
( Immediatly after getting the car out of the showroom the car started bubbling at approx between 60-70 Kmph. I got the tyres and rims changed immediatly after which the car stoped bubbling and got mroe comfortable).
When will these people learn to stop using General Co. tyres.
Well for now these are the cons and pros i found in the Cuore Automatic. If you just scroll above u'll see that there are more pros then cons.
So overall compared to Mehran or Alto and even a Cultus, this car is extremely good, But i dont compare the cuore to the cultus as the cuore falls in category of Under 1000cc cars and cultus is a 1000cc car.
Hope this Imformation would remove alot of misconceptions from people who have been hearing things from other people.
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