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Honda HR-V User Review

Very poor pricing strategy

2016 Honda HR-V

Posted by Sani Malik on Jan 13, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
People will definitely prefer Vezel over HR-V due to Honda Atlas poor pricing strategy and i do agree with the suggested price by Rauf in his review. I mean seriously what were they thinking while pricing it. Its not an agreeable price by any means. They will definitely have to bring the price down if they want their HR-V to be a success.
Rest the car itself ( I have driven Vezel so sharing that experience) is really beautiful, stylish, comfortable and has a good smoother ride. The feel is a mix of both sedan and SUV as it is a mini SUV... more
  • Style 3-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 4-rating
  • Value for money 1-rating
Honda HR-V CVT User Review

Honda HRV Pakistan version

2016 Honda HR-V CVT

Posted by RAUF on Jan 11, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
I don't know why Honda Atlas does not consider the ground realities and market trends. The recent launch of Honda HR-V might be a failure due to the following reasons.
1. The same model was launched in US, Europe and Asian markets with better specifications.
2. Honda will have to compete with the existing market.
3. HRV downgraded model is introduced which shows the lack of information about market trends.
4. The introduction price is very high compare to its specs
5. Honda HRV with sun roof, 1.8 engine and engine immobilizer... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for money 2-rating
FAW V2 User Review

Value of your hard earned money

2015 FAW V2

Posted by Umar on Jan 11, 2016

Familiarity: I did not own this car, but have driven this car.
Seems like this car is going to break the PS middle class cars monopoly... WgonR & Cultus...

Overall, the FAW V2 is definitely a notch higher than other compact cars in Pakistan. Being a new car, it incorporates latest technology to make it stand out from the competition. Everything from the interior to the exterior and the power under the hood is commendable.
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 4-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 4-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating
Honda City i-DSI Vario User Review

A decent car with odd looks

2005 Honda City i-DSI Vario

Posted by sohaibabbasi on Dec 29, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
The exterior look is not good. Interior is good and noiseless and the quality is far better than the model available today. Trunk space is huge and much more than any of the local sedans of this category.
Automatic model is sluggish in pickup and feels under powered when climbing a ramp or a bridge. The ride is smooth and comfortable with a soft suspension. The car is smooth on city roads and on highways, however seems to loosen road grip above the speed 130km.
Fuel economy is approximately 9.5 to 10km/l with AC in city drive(for au... more
  • Style 2-rating
  • Comfort 4-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating
FAW V2 User Review

Excellent value for money

2015 FAW V2

Posted by M.Yasin on Dec 29, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
I am writng this reveiw becuase I benifited with the reviews on this forums about this car.Now, when I have bought this car, I think its my time to give my feedback. I have done 500 Km on this car and having a very pleasant driving so far Alhum Dulilah.

Body of this car is simply great. can compare with top brands in the local market. It has cross beams in the doors and the feel of the body is share quality.

Interior is also elegant and nice. It is as spacious as Honda city. Seats are nice. Power steering is very easy to mov... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 4-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 4-rating
  • Value for money 5-rating
Toyota Premio User Review

TOYOTA PREMIO

2015 Toyota Premio

Posted by Waleed Fareed Shah on Dec 20, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
Excellent look and an arrowdynamic shape.
It has very nice interior,there is wood work done in it,it has cruise control and etc,It has lots of space to sit every person can sit easily front and back,It has very comfortable seats and its comfort is more good than toyota corolla,toyota axio and honda civic and more cars etc.
Its fuel economy in town is 12 to 13 km and on highway 16 to 18 km as its said.
It has a very smooth ride it touches fullmeter with no shaking and it goes smooth when fullmeter is touched,it has an excellent handl... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 5-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 5-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating
BMW 7 Series User Review

BMW 745Li

2004 BMW 7 Series

Posted by MIR on Dec 19, 2015

Familiarity:
Extremely comfortable and also the speed and power is astonishing for such a big car
The functions are also very cool and the good thing is that all of the seats are adjustable and heated and cooled. The auto closing and opening trunk door is very responsive and the soft closing are amazing.
  • Style 5-rating
  • Comfort 5-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 5-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating
Toyota Corolla User Review

2015 Toyota Corolla Gli Auto

2015 Toyota Corolla

Posted by Kamran Hassan on Dec 17, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
Bland and boring exterior design confirming that it's a Corolla.

Interior is spacious. But the styling is not very nice. Gives the look of a car from the 90's. However, the dashboard is soft to the touch, and Indus has used slightly better plastic quality than the previous generations assembled in Pakistan.

The engine being the same old 2NZ-FE from the previous generation 1.3 is mated with a 4 -speed auto tranny. Transmission response is alright and seems like a good combo with the engine. If you are in the mood for street r... more
  • Style 2-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for money 1-rating
Honda City i-VTEC Prosmatec User Review

Fuel Consumption Pick and Suspension

2010 Honda City i-VTEC Prosmatec

Posted by erteza on Dec 13, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
Since long I have been driving Suzuki and toyota cars and never thought of buying a Honda car being a Toyota lover in sedan family. But why not to give a shot. I recently bought honda city 2k10 prosmatec. I read alot on pakwheels regarding its consumption, pick and suspension hazards.
Somewhere I too felt the issues but not in the exaggerating form. As regards to comfort it is pretty fine; being automatic you need not to shift gears and save yourself from clutch paddling. The fuel consumption is not that poor. I drove it with 15km/l on mo... more
  • Style 4-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 3-rating
  • Value for money 5-rating
Toyota Corolla User Review

Altis grande

2015 Toyota Corolla

Posted by Hashir on Dec 09, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
Exterior is very good but it is missing the door skirts or (whatever you call it) which was available in the earlier versions. Toyota saving money buying doing such sasti harkatein is pathetic. i mean Altis is the version of class which should be fully loaded. but it is missing the
1. door skirts
2. leather seats
3 sunroof
Sunroof is okay to be included in the top of the line but leather seats are must in altis. Honda provides leather seats in aspire and civic prosmetic. though civic having almost the same price as grande.
I... more
  • Style 3-rating
  • Comfort 5-rating
  • Fuel Economy 4-rating
  • Performance 4-rating
  • Value for money 2-rating
Suzuki Cultus VXRi User Review

Best Millage

2012 Suzuki Cultus VXRi

Posted by Muhammad Taimur on Dec 05, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
I'm driving 2012 Model Cultus VXRi. I was hear that cultus sometimes picking heat in the summer and when he crosses 120KM/H, his drive is dangerous. May be some people does not believe me. Every body says its millage on highway around about 17-19KM/L. Its true why not... But when you drive it as a hyper mil-lager (RMP 2000-2400), (Gear Shifting RPM 1700-2000) it'll give you 23-27KM/L.. But for this you should care for your car and its noise :) . 1: Clean Fuel Filter (Near Left Rear Wheel), 2: Fresh Air Filter (Accurate Fitting with th... more
  • Style 3-rating
  • Comfort 3-rating
  • Fuel Economy 5-rating
  • Performance 5-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating
Toyota Hilux User Review

Vigo Champ GX

2015 Toyota Hilux

Posted by nadeem on Dec 03, 2015

Familiarity: I owned this car.
I bought a brand new Vigo Champ GX. Now it is the most pathetic decision I took to buy Vigo....GX is supposed to be the top most model...what is in it , nothing. Not even, reading lights in driver compartment ...The quality of LCD and size is poor. The quality of GPS software is so poor as compared to Honda that it is hardly possible to get directions....speedometer and GPS speeds are different....
The jeep does not cross 145 KM speed...so what is the fun of having or showing speed till 200 Km...consumption of a brand new vehicle is 9 km... more
  • Style 3-rating
  • Comfort 2-rating
  • Fuel Economy 3-rating
  • Performance 2-rating
  • Value for money 4-rating