2018 Honda Vezel facelift unveiled, launching next month

Just a couple of days there was a photo of a Japanese Honda Vezel brochure that leaked online showing the new face of the upcoming crossover. Well, here are the detailed photos of the 2018 Honda Vezel facelift. The 2018 facelift is scheduled to make a debut on 5th February in Japan.

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The new face of the crossover now brings it in line with the rest of the Honda company models like the new Civic and the new Accord. The trademark of the new Honda design language is that thick bar going horizontally through the front of the bumper between the headlights.


Rest as mentioned in the previous blog, you get newly designed front bumper along with the new front grill. The new design is not revolutionary per say, but only an update of the passing design that has been in the business since 2013. The new design makes the car slightly muscular with the aggressive cuts and larger grill openings. And you now get the full LED headlights as well.

As for the features are concerned, 2018 Honda Vezel facelift will come with Honda Sensing as standard in all models. Honda Sensing  is a suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies designed to work together by alerting you to things you might miss while driving. It includes features like:

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low-Speed Follow
  • Lane Keeping Assist

And yes, it will remain hybrid like its predecessor.

The car is subsequently expected to make its way to other ASEAN countries where it is being sold as the Honda HR-V like India and Malaysia. We are not sure it Honda Atlas will consider launching the facelift or not. We will try to get an official word from Honda Pakistan. Until then, stay tuned to PakWheels for more updates and news.

2018 Honda Vezel facelift

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2018 Honda Vezel facelift

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