In recent years I have to study and working in oversea, so I bought a car (Toyota Corolla Lvein ZR) in Australia. What’s the car can do for us? Most people has their own car is a part of the life going though. People have a car they can do a lot of things, they can brought a family to a lot of place or normally use to for work and buy things or goods. Car becomes everyday use for our life. On the other hand some people like me are car lovers, we want to make a car different with others. Some people want their car has a good performers so they modifications for their internal engine part or brake performance modifications. For other user like me, is just want modification overall external different from the same types of vehicle model. In the present network advances, people can buy things in internet or search product before they buying. A lot of information shows on the net.
Now that’s take look the same model car has different names for different countries.
Australia: Corolla Hatch 2013 (Petrol)
Europe, Japan: Auris (Hybrid)
One of the funny things is Lexus CT model has the same chassis design but all total different interior and exterior design also some functions are set on the Steering wheel . As for the price if you are buying car on a budget price don’t think about Lexus this model car will cost double.
Why I bought this car with no hybrid?
Because here are four model Prius , Prius C, Prius V, Camry Hybrid in Australia Toyota. Recoding to Toyota says Prius is the early hybrid car in the world, it similar normal daily use suitable for the normal RV car. Prius C is the suitable for 2 people for single or lovers, in the backseat not good for long seat tall then 180cm passenger. With other hybrid car Prius V is bigger then Prius its design for 7 people seat suit for who has family or long time drive. The last one hybrid is Camry Hybrid is design for family or business man use to daily work and efficient economy use.
Release Auris Information Auto Show In 2012
Toyota unveiled a world premiere in 2012 Paris Auto Show of the Auris in a new estate/wagon variant, which is 285mm longer than the five-door hatchback. It also represents the first model in its segment to be offered with a full hybrid powertrain. The wheelbase is kept to 2600mm just like its five-door twin however its profile of the estate version is different, with the steeply raked windscreen flowing into the extended roofline. Its length has been lengthened to be 285mm longer so it provides more loadspace.
The bumper and the tailgate has a different styling, while the sill is set to be 80mm lower than it is on its hatchback twin. The engine lineup is carried over from the hatchback, including 1.33-litre Dual VVT-i and 1.6-litre Valvematic petrol units, plus a 1.4-litre D-4D diesel. A hybrid will also be offered encompassing a 1.8-litre VVT-i petrol engine and an electric motor, providing a maximum output of 136 HP (100 kW), enough for a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 10.9 seconds and a top speed of 112 mph (180 km/h).