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$112,000
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24.2km/L 150bhp
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24.2km/L 150bhp
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Honda Vezel Hybrid
4 stars - based on 9 reviews
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Car Review - Honda Vezel Hybrid 1.5 X (A)
We take the hybrid version of the ever-popular Honda Vezel out for a spin to see if the crossover is worth all the hype that's surrounding it now.
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Great size, poor comfort
A handsome ride which is very practical, the magic seat can do wonders to load all sorts of items as they are very flexible with configuration. The boot is very spacious and usable even without dripping down the seat. The suspension of this car is crazy stiff in my opinion. The rear seats doesn't feel very comfortable and the brakes feels really harsh at times. Sound system is mediocre and noise insulation is very poor. Do let the engine warm up well before moving off as the car jerks when transitioning between electric and petrol engine when it's cold.. There's a few times the car "Lags" In responding when trying to get out of a filter lane which I feel is really dangerous. Hybrid fuel saving is too little with this vehicle to make any sense.. The premium price is likely to outweigh any fuel savings over the ownership period.. Do your math properly before investing in the hybrid version.
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Decent Low Budget Car
Decent low cost budget car that you won't feel too painful to abuse as parts and maintenance is cheap. This Car seems to attract many 1st time car buyers and young people. Notice the young crowd love to dress up their Vezel with wings, oversized tires, stripes, etc that looks cartoonish. All looks and no spunk!! This is a great car for running around. The Singapore equivalent to the proton saga in Malaysia. Can't go wrong with this car if your are budget conscious. Just don't go Ah Beng and dressed up the ride in stripes, oversize tires, wings and bodykits, and crazy looking lights like a float.
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First Brand New Japanese Car I've ever owned
Bought the RS Hybrid in June 2017. Previously was driving an Audi A3 1.4T. IN comparison, there's a lot of differences; 1. Ride and handling is that of a SUV with a higher centre of gravity, thus don't expect it to drive like a hot hatch. 2. Higher view of the road in front, makes for easier ingress and egress out of parking lots. 3. Does not have the same european suspension where it can be perceived as "Hard". Heard a lot about the hard suspension of the Vezel but after taking delivery of the RS, found it surpringly a good ride provided you have good tyres with the right pressure. 4. NVH is decent and surprisingly competitive with the A3 I used to own. This car is relatively comfortable to be in. 5. Excellent fuel economy. 6. Lower cost for maintenance 7. With Honda sensing pack, makes for a much safer car. However to be honest, if I need to get a second car, I'll still buy a continental car. No regrets in getting this but purchasing fromn PI did not allow me to have a test drive. Hence went in with fingers crossed and lots of research!
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Own the Z Hybrid Latest Facelift Version. Needs a 2.0L Engine For a More Enjoyab...
This is the first car I purchased that is below 2,000cc. Previous rides had been a RX300, Harrier 2.4, Odyssey 2.4 and a BMW 7-series 3 litre. Based on power to weight ratio, this Hybrid is by no means a sloth, thus the reason I had expected a lot more out of it. At 150BHP for a small car 1,300kg versus 160BHP on my 2.4 Odyssey and Harrier at 1,680kg. Very unfortunate that the car kicks up a huge fuss when pushed hard. Engine is rough and noisy and penetrates the carbin all too easily probably due to the small displacement and super thin metal. Japanese really lacks behind the Europeans when it comes to building small CC cars with decent refinement and handling. On the larger cars like Accords and Camry, Japanese do give the conti a good run for the money. If you are changing cars from either a continental or driving an above 2,000cc to this Hybrid, fair warning you won't be happy unless you set aside at least $3,000 to do proper and good soundproofing and insulation against outside road noise, tire noise and the engine's cry for help.
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