Seat Cordoba

2013-01-10 04:15:50

Car interior is so primitive that it is not believed that the car came off the assembly line in 2008. It seems that there is a climate control, and the onboard computer, but it looks like some cheap and outdated. Board computer with two positions - A and B. It shows the mileage on the remaining fuel in the tank, average fuel consumption, current flow, temperature overboard, time (always included some hours in the salon not) while you are driving, average speed and daily mileage.

Four air duct panel is not much to complain about, and the flow can be adjusted easily. But the head unit some strange company Alana killed outright. She flatly refuses to adjust to a number of popular FM-stations, sold well in the Soviet Union in the last century.

Further delayed in the cabin add very hard seat. Especially tired of spin. Stay behind the wheel tires just after 50-60 kilometers. Constantly have to roll over, to somehow relax. The three in the back seat not just close, but very close. And it's not just the low ceiling, but high cardan tunnel and lack of space for the legs.

With visibility in Cordoba also has not developed. In this it resembles the Fiat Albea. Uninformative mirrors a strange shape. Zadran up rear tray prevents something to consider in the rearview mirror.

We now describe the motion. Cordoba delivered to Russia in just one set - with a 1.4-liter engine capacity of 85 "horses". Again yesterday. Even the Chevrolet Aveo with less weight is 1.4 liter engine with 94 hp, while the Nissan Micra - 88 hp So wait hurried from Cordoba to occur. Stated 12.5 seconds to weave - it's very optimistic. Machine even with mechanics (machine not included) simply does not go. But the fuel consumption in the city is fully consistent with the passport data, which does not always happen, and is 8.6 - 8.7 liters per 100 kilometers.

Rather, it is waiting for a failure. After all, for 454,000 rubles any sane person buys a better 2.0-liter Hyundai Elantra, which does not have all of these disadvantages, and also save on future maintenance.



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