hmmmm, Lets see:
the drive is very tiring. Seats are very hard
Well, I think thats always one's personal preference, assuming you drive a corolla usually, so yes definitely, the city has a hard drive.
On a side notice, were the tyres ok? Tyre pressure?
CVT's usualy accelerate slower then A/T and M/T's thats not issue, The car drove fantasticaly, i didnt feel a gear change at all (the RPM was constant too (from zero to 80 atleast). I had to lift my foot for the RPM to come down.
The cvt isn't the same as AT tranny. And NO, cvt actually accelerates faster, its the L12a2 thats a bit sluggish in response.
Plus, you aren't supposed to "feel" anything at all in a CVT car.
Parked it at my home to inspect it, The car had lacqar all over it, (yes i have a khujli for genuine paints shine) Laquar simply cant have it.)
Assuming you mean lacquer, well the shine is no issue. If you ask me, its just a matter of 2 hours to restore dead paint to its genuine shine.
[U]The when i planned to take the car back, i tried the N to D and N to R trick, and their was a minute trr on N to D, Which i guess people say is the sound so alert that somethings wrong.
Their was buring smell when i parked the car in my garage (probably becuase a skreech braked to check brakes).
and after parking, Their was quite too much phus... shurr... from the engine room as if somethings boiling. (is it normal) ?[/U]
The car is having some serious issues, I doubt it to be a perfect piece. The maintenance hasn't been carried out probably. Transmission needs some work and phus phus phurr phurr could mean anything literally, no idea about that.