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10-06-2006, 12:10 PM
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>Iaegi AG</b> &raquo;</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote"><p> "A year ago, I was at Targa Motors incorperated...." says the CEO. <p>In just a few short months, Iagei AG has come out of the now defunct shadow of Targa, into it's own shining light. Targa Motors Incorperated forclosed due to chapter 11 bancruptcy after huge strike of the UAW and Office workers refused to work under such intense conditions. So in December of 2005, 17 years after it was established, Targa was gone.<p>In December of 2006, Iagei Group Bought the rights to Targa's Luxury Marque; Buracane.<br></TD></TR></TABLE><p>Yeah, Targa was my old brand, started in 2003, when I was in the 4th grade. I decided recently to axe it.<p><TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>Consumer Reports</b> &raquo;</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote"><p>Aviva is an American Mainstream brand, to compete with the likes of Honda, Chevy, Ford, and Toyota.<p>It offers currently two Models, the Iza and the Cosmos, both introduced on the last day of the L.A. Auto show.<p>Two More cars, a rumored Midsize sedan, and a Subcompact are to go on display at NASIS of this year.<p>The Touox Brand is intended as a Scion Fighter, and wil not display new concepts until the Geneva Auto show at March.<p></TD></TR></TABLE><br>-----------------------------------<br><FONT SIZE="18">AvivA</FONT><p> C-segment Crossover (DN Platform)<br><A HREF="http://www.carspyshots.net/zerothread?id=22625" TARGET="_blank">Aviva Kier Press Release</A> <br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/KierSedan.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Cosmos Front 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/carllike.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Cosmos Rear 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/Daga.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Kier Interior</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/KierHatch.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Kier Wagon Front 3/4</A><p>Compact C-segment (DM Platform)<br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/syu.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Allegro Sedan Front 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/baddwaggon.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Allegro Wagon Front 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/ss.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Allegro Sedan Rear 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/Ahregereett.jpg" TARGET="_blank">Allegro Interior</A><br><A HREF="http://www.carspyshots.net/zerothread?id=23654" TARGET="_blank">Allegro Press release</A><p><br><i>Modified by 2o6 at 6:13 PM 8/2/2007</i><BR><BR>
<i>Modified by 2o6 at 2:51 PM 11/16/2007</i>
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10-10-2006, 03:36 PM
<FONT SIZE="18">Buracane</FONT><p><br>Compact RWD Coupe (IQ Platform, to be shared with Upcoming Aviva Azura and Aruza)<br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/Adduci.jpgurl" TARGET="_blank">Buracane Orasis Front 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i87/Vannette_12/CFhap.jpgurl" TARGET="_blank">Buracane Orasis Rear 3/4</A><br><A HREF="http://www.carspyshots.net/zerothread?id=23284" TARGET="_blank">Buracane Orasis Press Release</A><p><BR><BR>
<i>Modified by 2o6 at 9:37 AM 7/19/2007</i>
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10-30-2006, 07:49 PM
<FONT SIZE="24">Firerise</FONT><p><BR><BR>
<i>Modified by 2o6 at 9:30 AM 7/19/2007</i>
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10-30-2006, 08:06 PM
Sorry man. I was waiting for some update and I'm going to hold my comments until I see the full-lineup from every automaker that you made.

10-31-2006, 12:31 AM
You've got a good brand image, but the bodylines seem to curve too much then sometimes the side windows follow suit.<br>Good effort has been put, your improving!

01-01-2007, 12:36 PM
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01-11-2007, 02:58 PM
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01-11-2007, 03:40 PM
Love the Novalante and the Devolante. You still have some perspective issues to work out, but you're steadily progressing and producing more thoughtful designs.

03-10-2007, 04:37 PM
Icono Was A Dumb name, The NEw Name is Aviva.
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03-31-2007, 05:39 PM
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>Edmunds</b> &raquo;</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Aviva Kier 1.4L CXE 5-SPEED MT<p> For 2007, the New Aviva Kier is the First Vehicle to wear the name change from Icono to Aviva. The Chicago-based automaker has introduced a Subcompact vehicle, aimed squarely at the Montgomery Gyro and Honda Fit. The Kier is Meant to be different than the Slow-selling (now Discontinued) Icono Iza, and Icono Cosmos.<p><br> Let??s start with the outside. The Car is shaped interestingly, with an angular sloping C pillar, and a small front end with almost no overhangs pared with HID Headlamps, almost unseen in this segment. The Back pares with short overhangs, and thin jeweled tail lamps that remind us of the Nissan Altima.<p> Inside, Aviva put their money where it belongs. The quality parts are where they are needed, but cheaper parts, like certain plastics, are put in places where they aren??t really seen. Driving ergonomics are good, being a rather tall car, you sit more upright than it??s competitor the Montgomery Gyro. The seats are comfortable, yet supportive, and there??s even a leather or leatherette option on the Grace and Elegance model grades. The Back seat is wide, and has a lot of legroom, and can hold two regular sized adults. It isn??t as clever as the Honda Fit??s rear seat, but the one in the Kier does fold. Headroom is lacking, due to the design; the long sloping c-pillar. The trunk is deep, but is short, making carrying longer items impossible, without using the folding seat pass through.<p> Driving the car is fun. Aviva mounted the engine closer to the ground and farther back, for a more pleasurable driving experience. The ride is a bit rough, due to the stiff suspension of the car. The transmission is precise, though the 5 speed automatic is a bit to jumpy and rough with gear changes. The manual transmission in our tester car is quick and diverse, though throws can be a little long, more like a pickup truck or SUV rather than a small car. The Engine is quick, our model came with only 97 HP. This may sound like little, but the Kier is 250LBS lighter than the Fit. Overall, it was adequate, and we longed to test the much acclaimed DualShift (Manumatic) Transmission.<p> The Kier is a safe car. It scored 5-stars in front and side impact tests and comes with a numerous array of safety features. ABS is standard, as well as dual front airbags and head-curtain airbags, covering all three rows. Our tester car came equipped with traction control, which a few of the drivers found it to be a bit too intrusive. Thankfully, you can turn it off. Side airbags are optional on all model grades. The Aviva is smart. With optional OnStar, when the airbags are deployed, Onstar automatically calls you to see if you are okay. If there is no response, the local police department is called. The engine in a crash, is designed to bounce under the car, rather than inside the cabin.<p> Pricing for the Kier is very reasonable. The Kier CX starts at $11,000 and comes with a manual transmission and the 97 HP as in our tester car. The Ranger Topping Elegance comes with leather, and navigation, manual, automatic, CVT or DualShift transmission and the more powerful 1.6L 114 HP engine, starts fully loaded at $14,550. The MPG??s are quite good and will save you money. Our tester car got 35city/45Highway when regularly driven. If driven lightly, it would achieve more.<p><br>Pros: Nimble, Quick, Cheap, Good on Gas. Out-of-the-box styling.<p>Cons: Short (although deep) trunk, 97HP only Adequate, 5-speed Manual shifts are a bit long, rear headroom a bit lacking.<p>Verdict: A serious competitor to the Fit, Gyro and Yaris.<br></TD></TR></TABLE><p>Here's My attempt at a Mock Review from Edmunds.<p><br>C+C Appreciated.<BR><BR>
<i>Modified by 2o6 at 9:33 AM 7/19/2007</i>
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04-01-2007, 06:19 PM
Nice review. Very much like my reviews. I think you did good on the review.

05-28-2007, 07:24 AM

07-27-2007, 05:44 PM
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>Edmunds</b> &raquo;</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Aviva Allegro 1.7 CXE MT-5 SPD<p> Okay, lets start here. Take a Triangle, and Just stamp it all over your car. Youll have Some Aviva car. Sticking with the Edges over Curves theme, Aviva has managed to create a compact sedan efficient enough and fun enough to give such competitors as the Montgomery Icon and Honda Civic a run for their money.<p>Wow, that looksodd.<br> Sitting on a 105 wheelbase the car is rather large considering the total overall length of the ccar is only 124. Yes, just a few inches longer than the wheelbase, is the overall length of the car. The rear overhang is impossibly short, about as long as the Mini Coopers. The Front overhang is longer than the rear, but still short, especially for a FWD Car. (Well, technically, well talk about that later) Small jeweled tail lamps are nice, especially with an European-style, one reverse light.<p>Is the inside odd too?<br> Inside, the Allegro is nice. There is Ample room for the driver, front passenger and two adult passengers in the backseat.(three is a tight fit) The dash is nice, and offers a 60-volt power outlet in the glove box, but more uncovered storage holes would be nice. The rear seat is great, and offers a clever underseat storage bin.The Gauges arent as controversial as the Civics, but quite nice and Unique. The Interior plastics are nice, and more cheaper ones are hidden where they arent seen. Like the Kier, the trunk is short, but tall. For long items it is almost necessary to use the folding pass through. <p>What about power?<br> On road, the Allegro is quiet, but those tires and the suspention can make for a rough ride. Underneath the hood, the engine in our tester car was the 1.7L 138 DOHC with variable valve timing. It was quick and sprightly and quite a Miser, returning 38MPG on the freeway.(32MPG in the City) We got a chance to drive the 1.4L 97 horsepower version, it returned 43MPG freeway (36MPG city) but this engine was downright slow, even if the Allegro Sedan is lighter than its competitors. (weighing in just over 2600lbs, not too much over a Honda Fit)<br>Handling?<br> In the corners, the Allegro was something else. The engine isnt quite over the front wheels but behind them. (FMF Layout) With the engine mounted lower and closer to the ground this makes the Allegro more balanced and Quicker in the corners.<p>Is it a good buy?<p> Yes. Its cheaper than the Icon, the Mazda 3 and the Civic and handles and returns better MPG than all of them. So far, perceived quality has been great, and our tester has been problem free.<p>Pros: Quick Engine (1.7L), roomy, cheaper than the rest, Ultra nimble/quick in corners, Excellent MPG<p>Cons: Short trunk, lacking in front dash storage spaces, 1.4L is very Slow.<p>Verdict: A Great 1st tr..no a great car period.<p></TD></TR></TABLE>

08-02-2007, 06:14 PM