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Glad to have another confirmed owner on the forum.

What similar vehicles do you have available in Singapore? I'm guessing the HR-V is one of them, right?
 

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Glad to have another confirmed owner on the forum.

What similar vehicles do you have available in Singapore? I'm guessing the HR-V is one of them, right?
yup, HR-V is also called vezel in singapore , just that its not from the authorised dealer, parallel importer brings in the vezel and its been so common that ppl thinks its another Grab car or uber
 

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yup, HR-V is also called vezel in singapore , just that its not from the authorised dealer, parallel importer brings in the vezel and its been so common that ppl thinks its another Grab car or uber
Thought so.

It almost seems like countries like yours were a bit ahead of the bigger countries in adapting to these smaller compact cars. Either that or Honda seen it as better odds to success with launching a vehicle.
 

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I can see where you're coming from, TRD parts are pretty darn expensive. The TRD front lip with the LED alone is approximately $605 without shipping and taxes. That's very deep.
 

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I never seem to know what speed I am driving at with the hybrid, always gotta look at the speedometer :). I had my car shipped from Japan via door to door shipping as it was very difficult finding the trim I wanted in the US. Considering that very few people care about oil prices hybrid models are hard to find here. Plus I don't like the fact CHRs from USA come without fog lights, ridiculous. They don't just give the car a cooler look they are also very useful in bad weather. Shipping was faster than usual.
 
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