2020 Honda Vezel Hybrid RS Honda Sensing

Caribbean Drive
THE GOOD STUFF
Pre-owned but JUST LIKE NEW!
Includes complimentary maintenance/tune-up service
Limited warranty covers 6 months or 6,000 miles
UNBEATABLE PRICE (See our Price Match Policy)

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    VEHICLE DETAILS

    S/N: R21JA291333
    Mileage: 2,000 miles
    Transmission: 7AT
    Exterior Color: Blue
    Year: 2020/5
    Chassis ID: RU3
    Engine: 1.5L
    Fuel: Hybrid/Gasoline
    Drivetrain: FF
    Steering: Right-Hand Drive


    ADDITIONAL INFO
    Airbags, Air conditioner, Power steering, Power windows, On-board computer/multi-information display-ready, Keyless entry, Push-button start, Alloy wheels, Fog lights, Roof rails, Half-leather seats

    Customer Reviews

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    J
    J.G.
    Blue blur.

    Comfortable vehicle, small suv but it has lots of room.

    S
    S.
    Good looking and easy to drive

    Just got my Vezel. Enjoying the ride, easy and very comfortable. Spacious in the boot, plenty of headroom and arm room for 2 front seats. Good looking on the outside and inside for this price range. The features of CBTA, Brake hold , cruise control makes driving a breeze.
    Added good experience with purchase as I got a good PI, made it a short and smooth process.

    What I like
    -Great exterior and interior look
    -Spacious boot with knock down rear seats
    -Spacious interior with plenty of leg space for rear passengers
    -Added features of CBTA, Brake hold , cruise control makes driving a breeze.
    -Reverse sensor which show alignment lines makes parking easy peasy

    B
    B.
    15 minutes test drive and hours of research online... ended up with the Hybrid version

    Comfort
    For a BnB car, it is pretty average, suspension setup is abit hard, harder than my previous Subaru impreza which is quite stiff for daily usage. However insulation is pretty decent. Tried both petrol and hybrid, the latter is quieter. Size wise is pretty good for this segment, 3 adults are able to sit at the back comfortably with ample legroom and headroom, no center hump too.

    Exterior styling
    Looks great! Handsome front and back ends. Coupe style silhouette with hidden back door handles. Bright and functional LED headlights and LED backlights (hybrid).

    Interior design
    Looks great too! Front passengers are cocooned inside a comfortable space within the car, partly due to the high center console, allowing you to place your barangs barangs there. Lots of storage areas.

    Features
    Honda Sensing is a must! Adaptive cruise control, lane departure assistance and automatic braking to avoid collision. You can totally set your car on cruise control and your car will automatically keep its speed and distance with the front car. It will also keep you inside your own lane and brake for you when needed. There is brake hold too, useful for traffic jams where the car presses the brake for you when you stop, so that you can relax your right feet. Lots of airbags (8 for petrol and 6 for hybrid). There is also sports mode and econ mode to suit different driving styles.

    Performance
    Reason why I choose hybrid over petrol after testing both for 15 minutes each. Petrol has ample of performance for a basic BnB car but the hybrid has 150+ bhp, similar to a 2.0l engine. Pickup for petrol and hybrid is around 11 seconds and 8.5 seconds respectively.

    What I like
    Exterior and interior styling
    Safety (airbags)
    Honda Sensing
    Lots of tech gizmo

    What I do not like
    Ride comfort
    PARF at $5000 at the end of 10 years

    V
    V.
    Peppy agile super quiet- Love the HR-V / Vezel

    This car is easy to maneuver and it’s so quiet you don’t even know is running half the time. Compared to my Nissan rogue there is no comparison. I will never own a Nissan again basically because the transmission died within five years and Ison refused to replace it or repair it. I am very very satisfied with my Honda and I will be buying a Honda probably for the rest of my life. The interior is roomy, and there’s plenty of cargo space in the truck. Drives great. Can’t ask for anything more! Awesome vehicle that did not cost me an arm and a leg.