MILEAGE UPDATE from my side: hope dr sahab forgives me for spoiling his awesome thread. . Average over 2 days and 64km covered . Travelling was done in peak time. The car's still only 660km done. And broke the company claimed jc08 average for Z trim (24.2kmpl)
After you drive it for 150-200km, only then you'll be able to get real avg figures! I got 27 from my insight too for 70kms! But maintaining is a very difficult job
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If I am not wrong, Vezel or any other Japanese cars does have feature of cruise control on speed greater than 110 Km/H? If this is the case, is there any possibility to get it modified from any local guru?
You're right, it's due to their highway laws. It can be modified through ecu I think but I won't recommend
On motorways at 110 quite feminism! isn't it? there must be some solution.. should be... for femles too... 130 is the limit.
Limit is 120. And if you think 110 is feminism, then so is cruise control itself just press the pedal and 180 is not far away
Asalamualikum vezel are getting very popular in Islamabad.Seen atleast one new vezel every day
Well you're right. But it's all about the route you travel on. I can do it day in day out on my university route. Even increase it further. But change the route, and adding shorter commutes and it'll come down to ~19kmpl
Does anyone know where can we find the engine no of Honda vezel
@z1986 .. it's in front , under near the surface of engine.
engine number or engine code? engine code is LEB n for engine number drzac has mentioned
Honda has announced Honda BR-V, its crossover too like Vezel (HR-V) but with 7 seater
Honda BR-V prototype debuts at GIIAS 2015 | Wcf news | Motor1.com
Which no do I need for registration. Is it the LEB one or some other no.
Yes leb one is the engine series
So I need this leb no for registration of the car not the engine no
By this time next year. 2014 Vezel would be around 2.5 million, yes ?
@centos .. only if there's a change in duty structure, otherwise not. As a 2013, 4.5 or 5 A grade vezel still costs around 2.8 million
looks like BRV will replace CRV
Guys need some help. I have recently installed the stereo Pioneer AVH-5750BT in my vezel. Got to admit its an excellent unit. The issue I am facing is that the image from reverse camera is totally washed out. It has the settings to adjust the display brightness and contrast etc but it has no effect on the picture the camera displays. If anyone has installed a stereo system in their vezel pls let me know how's the camera working
CRV wont be replaced as its still bigger than BRV......CRV is still popular in US and as for BRV its for Asian countries with 1.5ivtec engine