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It starts 140 for the x grade.*$kїđž![emoji769] wrote:How mucj would a hybrid vezel roro cost...i am definitely thinking about one of these..
Ya the take off is slow. Even In sport mode. But once you take off it's gone. I line up with an ioniq and the ioniq take off is much faster. But from Hyatt traffic lights to power gen I was able to catch and pass himVexXx Dogg wrote:Finally got my 2015 Z unit.
It's a really nice vehicle, inside and out.
Surprisingly roomy and comfortable.
Took 120 super to fill with about 1/4 tank.
WIll report on fuel consumption later on.
Still have to figure this car out - it's WAAAAY more complex than my old truck. I eh accustom to them fancy thing.
I find the initial pull off to be a bit lazy for like a few milliseconds, but maybe I'm just accustomed to the torquiness of my Sportero.
Sport mode is surprisingly quick. Didn't drive it hard, because youth was in the car, but dynamic was completely different to regular mode. Holding lower gears etc.
mostly itramishrrr wrote:Subject to correction:
Both have been produced simultaneously.
The Z carries a different style of rim, and a pattern on the seat fabric.
That is all the difference I can see.
Honda Sensing (TM) is optional on all models X, Z, G, RS with exception of S model.
The G and S are not Hybrids.
Honda Sensing is:
1. Collision Mitigation Braking System.
2. Road Departure Mitigation System.
3. Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow.
4. Lane Keeping Assist System.
Most I got was 700 but that was really pushing it. 0 bars and range was on 0.VexXx Dogg wrote:Got a couple kms shy of 600km off a tank. Cost 150 to full from one bar, which is basically empty.
mixed mode driving, some traffic, some highway 'sprints', some extended idling while waiting for my kid at school.
Tip 1: Gas light comes on at two bars. It turns orange and a info light pops up.
Tip 2: Last quarter finishes REALLY quickly.
IMHO 600km for 150 is pretty freaking solid.
I can get more if I drive like a grandpa, but where's the fun in that?
peterpiper22 wrote:So the Honda vezel rs is a good buy or not? I went looking around at Honda mostly was either that or the civic. But seeing as the vezel is Singapore and that always makes everything sound inferior I was heading towards the civic. Then I went to southern sales just to compare to the cx3 and the man tried his pitch skills on me I believe and told me he knows someone who has one brand new parked up for whatever reason I can't remember and he went on to say the batteries are under the seat and they can get to very high temperatures... yada yada yada.... So what are you guys views?
Work_to_own wrote:I just noticed this eco thing come up when you switch off the vezel. Anyone knows what it actually means?IMG_20180507_105402.jpg
Gotcha. What oil are you guys using. I tried 5w 30 amsoil when the car arrived. I've done about 8500 km and realised I've lost some oil. Thinking about trying the 10w30 amsoil.VexXx Dogg wrote:Work_to_own wrote:I just noticed this eco thing come up when you switch off the vezel. Anyone knows what it actually means?IMG_20180507_105402.jpg
I think it's a 'score' for the trip/runtime in terms of mileage/efficiency.
It normally is full for me on my highway runs.
Yesterday when i washed car, I left the car running and after switching off the 'score' was none.
I'm not sure. I have the same problem. I believe the time is linked to the navigation system . So once you take out the original navigation, there are no settings to change it.white e90 wrote:With the RS spec vezel, how can I change the time? Tried on the vehicle settings on the steering controls and not seeing the option
There is no setting in the car settings on the RS for the time.VexXx Dogg wrote:Try this?
http://www.hybridsrilanka.com/wp-conten ... etting.pdf
If not, get the Google Translate app, use the camera feature to live translate JPY to ENG. I did that to figure out the basic Head Unit settings until I can change it out.
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