like i said i dont use my cuore that much. AlhumdulillALLAH in the last 10 years since i got it, its just been serviced and waxed. The only parts ever having to be changed are the annoying wheel bearings for which i paid 2800 for the front right and 1800 each for the rear left and right . plus a 4th change was done complimentary on the rear right wheel since the last replacement didnt even last 3 months and i hollered at them. All oem japanese parts purchased , inpected and replaced by toypta eastern. My car has a full service history file from them it never goes to any guddu mechanic. When asked why the frequent change in the bearings , all they replied was "since your car is parked most of the time the bearings get weak" had a similiar complain from two of my cousins corollas.. rare usage causing frequent wheel bearing changes.
I was comparing the Chinese wheel bearing which i placed in my charade in 2005 and still working fine MASHALLAH which i got for 300 rs as compared to the expensive oem cuore wheel bearings costing 2800.
The build quality in local cars is very poor if you notice there is a vibration in the cuores dashboard. you have to tighten the nuts on the front. Along with that minor squeaks when pot holes approach even at dead speeds. You have to kill the speed when fat cat eyes approach you as they are sure to shake up the car and ruin the suspension.
I like the design of cuore, the space , the fuel economy , responsive engine , road grip , driving position however like a civic it needs a clean flat road with no pot holes. The one thing i like about my mehran is i have a piece of mind knowing the parts are cheap and the feul economy is amazing.The new euros are even better. frankly its got a more soft yet equally bumpier suspension than cuore. Other then that its no match with cuore. I think its better to own a liana or city idsi in the same price range of a cuore duo to their advanced technology though parts are a bit more expensive