Daihatsu Cuore 2013


From the world of Toyota comes a quality company 2013 Daihatsu Cuore. Using superior Japanese technology and designed with the needs of drivers in mind, the Daihatsu Cuore 2013 offers unmatched performance, consistent reliability, driving comfort and safety. Truly an experience beyond the ordinary.


The Cuore has a roomy interior with powerful air conditioning that will keep you cool even in sweltering heat. Independent suspension promises a smooth ride while responsive steering ensures complete control truly putting you in the driver’s seat. Improved fabric has also been used for seams and seat trims for a luxurious experience.


(Available in solid and metallic colors)


Both the Cuore and Cuore Eco have a 847 cc, 3 cylinder engine with 5 speed manual transmission provides raw power and control for matchless acceleration and performance.
The Cuore Automatic ahs a 847 cc, 3 cylinder engine with 3 speed Automatic transmission. It also has a maximum output of 30.0 kw/5500 rpm and maximum Torque of 65N.m/3200 rpm.
Cuore’s roomy interior, powerful air conditioning,
independent suspension and responsive steering ensure a comfortable and smooth ride for you.
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TOYOTA HIACE 2013 Review

The Hiace commuter bus can seat 14 passengers, and with the special materials and trim, the van can be made to feel very special. A sound system is a must when carrying people, so Toyota have equipped the Hiace with an MP3 compatible CD player with AM/FM radio, USB audio input for iPod and USB. You’re up-to-date with the latest Bluetooth functions. Even the cargo van comes equipped with a nice two-speaker sound system.

Every new Toyota HiAce model features air-conditioning, front power windows, remote central locking, modern trims and fabrics, a gated gear shift (auto), ABS with Brake Assist, and airbags in the front.

Do you require a vehicle that can carry a lot of passengers or cargo?  If so, you should add the highly capable Toyota Hiace van to your list of “must sees”. Vans are often known for looking like an overturned fridge on wheels; however, the Toyota Hiace has appealing looks that portray a lot of strength and muscle in its exterior design lines.  The clean exterior is appealing on the eye. 

Depending on the work required of your Hiace, there will be a model that fits your requirements down to a tee. The Long Wheelbase Van is 4695mm long, 1695mm wide and 1980mm high. In this form, you can have the power and refinement of the 2.7L VVT-i petrol with a 5spd manual. Or the 2.7L VVT-i petrol with a 4spd auto.  Or,the 3.0L turbo diesel with intercooler and a 5spd manual.  Or, last but not least, the 3.0L turbo diesel with intercooler and a 4spd auto

Current model series include:

  • Toyota Hiace Commuter Bus SLWB 2.7
  • Toyota Hiace LWB 2.7
  • Toyota Hiace LWB Turbo Diesel 3.0
  • Toyota Hiace SLWB 2.7
  • Toyota Hiace SLWB Turbo Diesel 3.0
For any more information on the MLCurrentYear Toyota Hiace, or for that matter any other new van, contact one of our friendly consultants on 1300 303 181. If you'd like some fleet discount pricing (yes even for private buyers!), we can submit vehicle quotes requests out to our national network of Toyota dealers and come back with pricing within 24 hours. Private Fleet - car buying made easy!

Cool Cars Of 2013

  • 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

When: Late summer 2012

How Much: TBD

Our Guess: $23,000 

Right now, the Veloster lacks the performance cred to back up its killer looks. But that will change once this 201-hp version hits the streets. The 45 percent boost in horsepower has most folks taking a second look at the Veloster, and hoping this Turbo is a signal that Hyundai is getting as serious about performance as it has been about quality and design over the last few years. 

So far, though, signs remain cloudy—the stonking 1.6-liter motor with dual exhaust notwithstanding. Word is the Veloster Turbo gets the same suspension, which is disappointing. The stock Veloster is fun but stiff-kneed and less refined when compared to better-bred sporty cars like VW's GTI—or the Subaru BRZ, which is only somewhat costlier than what we're expecting to see from the Veloster Turbo. Also, ask Mini engineers about controlling torque steer in a 200-hp car with a short wheelbase. That, too, has probably made Hyundai sweat. 

  • 2013 Dodge Dart R/T

When: October 2012

How Much: $23,290 

Most of the new front-wheel-drive Dart models go on sale this summer, and we like what we've driven so far. But the fastest of the breed, the R/T, holds off for a fall launch. 

Like its less muscular brethren, the R/T rides on a Fiat chassis borrowed from the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, with a fully independent suspension. We expect that suspension to be a little lower and stiffer in the R/T. The car will get the most horsepower of the lot, with a 184-hp 2.4-liter four under the hood. 

At this point it's unclear if the R/T will come with only a six-speed manual or with a dual-clutch automatic as well. We do know that the R/T, like the Sonic RS, is going to face stiff competition from slightly pricier models, including the Ford Focus ST, the expected Fiesta ST, and the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ. Even if these sporty cars are bunched around $25,000, slightly above the Dart R/T, their performance chops could put a pinch on sales of the Dodge.

  • 2013 SRT Viper

When: December 2012

How Much: TBD

Our Guess: $100,000 

With a 640-hp V-10 and a body made of magnesium, aluminum, and carbon fiber, we're expecting greatness from Chrysler's supercar. And at 100 grand, it'd better be great—there's already a Corvette ZR1 in this price range that can eat Ferraris, and the C7 will only up the ante. Plus there's a certain new Mustang that's far cheaper and should be mighty impressive too. And even if the Viper is faster than the Ford or Chevy in a straight line, it must improve its handling over the outgoing model. While SRT folks are claiming a scorching 0-to-60 time of 3.5 seconds and a 206-mph top speed for the new car, the last Viper was time-warp-fast too—and also saddled with unpredictable handling and frequent maintenance headaches. 

Haunted by those ghosts of Vipers past, Chrysler engineers started over. They lowered the car's weight by about 140 pounds and made its chassis 50 percent stiffer. (That alone tells you how far Chrysler had to go to make a Viper that's world class.) The Tremec-supplied six-speed manual (no automatic, at least not yet) is said to have far lower clutch effort, while bringing tighter ratios and more precise feel. The suspension is entirely new, again with the aim of more predictable handling. And there's a multi-setting stability-control system with a full-off mode for the track. That could be great, but only if the car doesn't actually need the electronic assist to handle like a supercar. 

That will be key. This Viper is designed to challenge cars that can reach nine tenths of their potential without technological guardrails. The SRT needs to get in that ballpark to be a real winner.

  • 2013 Ram 1500

When: Late 2012

How Much: Starting at around $22,000 

There is an upside to the game of catch-up Chrysler is playing in so many segments: It gives the company an opportunity to try bold remakes that leap-frog the current benchmarks. We think the automaker chose wisely by doing this to its flagship Dodge pickup. 

The Ram was due for a facelift, but rather than giving it a superficial makeover, Chrysler went for so many smart updates that Ford and GM will be chasing for their own answers. Start with aerodynamics, where Chrysler has altered the front wheel openings and given the truck's grille active shutters said to reduce drag by 3 to 5 percent. It added an eight-speed automatic transmission too, tied in electric power steering, and brought in start/stop technology to save gas in traffic. 

All of these changes are included with any of the available engines, although the Ram's V-8s—the aging 4.8-liter and the 5.7-liter Hemi—are less noteworthy than the 3.6-liter V-6 that'll punch out 305 hp and 269 lb-ft of torque. Ford's EcoBoost V-6 is still more powerful, pumping out 365 hp and 420 lb-ft in the F-150. But the Pentastar engine, used already in the Jeep Wrangler and Grand Cherokee and now available in the Ram, could be the more fuel-efficient choice, especially when combined with all the other tech Chrysler has brought to bear. And because most of the Ram's torque is available nearly from idle, at just 1800 rpm, load-haulers won't miss the V-8 unless they tow serious weight.

  • 2013 Chevy Sonic RS

When: Late 2012

How Much: TBD

Our Guess: No higher than $22,000 (any higher and the Sonic RS would bump up against more serious sports cars like the Subaru BRZ and probably the Ford Fiesta ST, which is still to come but should cost around $22,000)

The RS is a sportier Sonic with an affordable sticker. Yeah, we wish Chevy would cram its 2.0-liter Ecotec under the hood of the Sonic, but barring that, we'll get the Sonic RS with a 1.4-liter turbocharged four borrowed from the Chevy Cruze and good for 138 hp.

Still, this car gets more than just a mild exterior makeover. The six-speed manual has closer ratios and the suspension has been stiffened. The stock Sonic is already one of the tautest-handling cars in the "B" segment. Adding 17-inch rubber and a slightly lower suspension is going to make the RS a rip to drive.

There are also new rocker moldings and a new rear spoiler, but more important for the driver, the car gets sportier, firmer front buckets. The RS will be the only Sonic to get four-wheel discs as well as four-channel ABS with electronic brake-force distribution.

Toyota Land Cruiser 2013 Review

Test drivers say the 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser is a highly capable on- or off-road luxury large SUV. Its eight-passenger capacity and high-tech features are highlights, but it comes with a hefty price tag.

There are a lot of updates for the refreshed 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser, but it retains its powerful 5.7-liter V8 engine and off-road roots. Reviewers say the engine moves the huge SUV with confidence, making passing and merging easy. The Land Cruiser’s engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, which test drivers feel shifts smoothly. It also comes with full-time four-wheel drive for those who want to venture on the back roads or want extra assurance in harsh weather. Kelley Blue Book says, "After 60 years, the Toyota Land Cruiser continues to define the standards of off-road prowess." The Land Cruiser gets average fuel economy for the class at 13/18 mpg city/highway. Reviewers say the Land Cruiser handles well on paved roads, which isn’t always said the case for off-road SUVs. Like most large SUVs, the Land Cruiser’s maneuverability in tight spots is an issue.
With a revised interior, auto critics say the Land Cruiser has a luxurious cabin packed with high-tech features and seats up to eight passengers in three rows. There are no optional features, as all available features are now included as standard equipment. Notable features include a rear-seat entertainment system, navigation, perforated leather upholstery, heated second-row seats and a refrigerated center console. Toyota’s new navigation system includes its Entune infotainment system, which provides real-time traffic and weather, as well as Pandora Internet radio. The Land Cruiser trails much of the class in terms of cargo space, and critics feel that its third row is only comfortable for children.

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