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20km/L 129bhp
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Honda Vezel
4 stars - based on 30 reviews
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Best of most worlds
In Sg this vehicle just makes a lot of sense. Space in the car and boot, with the magic seats, powerful engine and low maintenance. Think this is still the default choice.. Explains all the grabs on the road. Though a change to softer suspension or additional dampeneners would be useful. Economical. Larger than fit and plusher.. Think it is really just the default choice in sg right now. Especially if you are looking for something that is good looking but not outlandish like a CHR.
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Default choice in the Singapore market.
It is really no surprise, seeing the sheer number of them on the road. Swoopy styling and yet practical interior with one of the best class A engines and huge boot. Not many come close. The pi version has a more powerful engine and with Honda build quality, warranty isn't really an issue. Offers more plush ride as compared with fit/jass despite similar chassis foundations. Other than transmission whine and delay, all else is as much as one can get from practical motoring with some pizzazz in Sg.
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My frist SUV i love it
Power wise i would recommend you go tune the car after your warranty over. Tuning cannot be checked. So its safe to tune the car. It makes the car more responsive and more power hence you can save on petrol heavy footer may get about 13.5-14 km per litres. Adding strut bars to stabilize the car for corning is a good to have but not necessary unless u are always making a corner at 120km/hr. adding suspension to lower the car well its a personal preference. Some butts are more sensitive to other butts. For me it is comfortable enough. But eventually when the suspension spoils ( wear & Tear ) of course i will upgrade it to a Tein flex hehehe... I love this car. Big Boot. Lots of accessories, added a roof rack for my bicycles and it looks awesome. I sound proof the doors and the roof. I would recommend the roof first if you have only 1 option.
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Best Cat A car on the road now!
Went to Car House at Turf City to look for a Toyota Axio back in mid 2015. Despite not having a test drive, we were impressed by the functionality of the car. We were hesitant to spend more than the cost of the Axio, but when my wife agreed to spend a little more on the Honda Vezel, I jumped on it. Fast forward to delivery of the car in Nov 2015 after what felt like an eternity... Wow! Wow! Wow! We realised it had some small frills as compared to the very basic Mit GLX that we had before. After driving into 2016, we started to see so many vezels on the roads in SG. I guess people here are really into value for money + style. Super satisfied with this purchase!
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