2021 Honda Vezel Performance Update Reviews
2021 Honda Vezel Performance Update Reviews– Honda Vezel, is a subcompact SUV crossover produced by Honda which has a similarity that is very identical to the Honda HR-V. This vehicle was first introduced in Japan at the end of 2013, and made its North American debut at the New York International Auto Show in April 2014 under the name of the revived Honda HR-V. The name HR-V is even better known in the automotive market and in the short run has been circulating in Canada, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Australia. In Singapore, Honda’s official distributor sells HR-V, while the parallel import version retains the Vezel name.
2021 Honda Vezel Concept
Honda officially launched the Vezel 2019 in Japan, and will continue to launch this crossover subcompact throughout the world. In the near future, it will introduce potential HR-V replacements in the United States and Europe that are allegedly labeled Honda Vezel. Many rumors circulated that Honda plans to make a special version of this vehicle for China as the XR-V Concept. The XR-V concept reveals a slightly different exterior design, which provides flexibility even though the car is compact. The front fascia reflects a bit more sportiness and is more stylish. Seen from the display grille that blends with the narrow headlights. While the fog lights are under the hood.
2021 Honda Vezel Redesign
Is the Vezel Modulo X, the latest Honda Vezel model that uses the base of the Honda HR-V twin that is Vezel, Honda dubbed it as the Modulo X Concept Vezel Touring. The appearance of the Honda Vezel is currently changed to a style that looks more aggressive. Starting from the front, the shape of the grille is made different from the curve of the line that resembles the letter X. Do not forget to also be equipped with a grille cover with a firm curve.
2021 Honda Vezel Engine Performance
2021 Honda Vezel is still based on the same platform as Jazz, there is no possibility for Honda to make Vezel as a car with four-wheel drive, meaning that all Vezel or HR-V is still a car with front-wheel drive. Power comes from a 1.5 i-VTEC 130PS (128bhp) gasoline engine, a diesel 1.6 i-DTEC 120PS (118bhp) or the latest is added with 1.5 VTEC gasoline with 182PS (180bhp) on the Sport model. All types of Vezel cars will be equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, while the 1.5-L capacity of gasoline can be had with an automatic CVT box as an option.