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  1. A new star. Honda's latest compact crossover SUV model, Has been in production since 2016. In Southeast Asia, reputation is small. In the global SUV car market, it still doesn't occupy a place. Because it hasn't been launched globally. It fights alone in Indonesia. Accumulating popularity Its unique features are Modern luxury appearance with SUV For the Indonesian market Expanding interior space (7 seats) High fuel efficiency Manual transmission, smooth displacement As a new product, it is not without flaws Front wheel drive, no off-road function Even if the appearance inherits the tough line of the SUV But less punchline Honda BR-V harga : Rp 251,2 Million to Rp 293,8 Million
  2. I have come across a render of what the new Honda ZR-V SUV which is expected to be a rival to the Toyota Raize sold abroad, would look like. The renders show a sleek SUV with a Coupe-like roof line and sporty proportions. Not many more details are known about the SUV. What do you guys think of the design in the renders and would you like to see it come to our market? Read more - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-honda-suv-likely-to-be-christened-zr-v-417158 IMAGE SOURCE
  3. Hi guys, I am Aryaman Bhatnagar I am a second year mechanical student. I am passionate about automobile designing.I am sharing few of my designs that I made on PTC Creo Parametric 5.0.4.0.I would appreciate reviews or suggestions Thank You
  4. Hi guys, I am Aryaman Bhatnagar I am a second year mechanical student. I am passionate about automobile designing.I am sharing few of my designs that I made on PTC Creo Parametric 5.0.4.0.I would appreciate reviews or suggestions Thank You
  5. Hi guys, I am Aryaman Bhatnagar I am a second year mechanical student. I am passionate about automobile designing.I am sharing few of my designs that I made on PTC Creo Parametric 5.0.4.0.I would appreciate reviews or suggestions Thank You
  6. Hi guys, I am using a Honda brio for last 4 years and I have recently changed the shock absorbers due to vibration during the 65K service....after changing shocks the vibration and road handling is still the same and has not improved . I am planing to upgrade the shock absorber to ARC brand. Heard from one of my friend with positive review. Please suggest any other alternative or what can be done to make a smother ride.Tyres in use: Yokohama 175 / 65 R14 - Non alloy.Regards,
  7. Hey everyone we have a few popular accessories that we'd like to share! Let us know what you think! Patented technology Laser Shades Easy to install and remove Custom fit to your vehicle Block UVA & UVB rays Reduce interior temperature Durable metal frame with powder coating One year warranty
  8. If you want to know more about them then click:- https://autophotogreek.blogspot.com/2020/01/top-150cc-to-300cc-motorcycles-which.html 1) Suzuki GSX-150 R 2) Honda Cb150 R 3) Honda CBR 250 RR 4) Yamaha MT-03 5) Yamaha R3 2020
  9. The new Honda CRV is all set to hit Indian shores early 2013. Looks good and overall seems to be a nice car too. But it lacks the all important thing..a diesel engine. The current CRV hasnt been moving of the shelves in recent times and sales are next to nothing. And here comes an all new model which Im sure will be more expensive. Last I knew the CRV touch almost 30 lakhs on road Mumbai. What do you think the pricing will be now? Is it good time to launch a petrol softroader when petrol prices are going sky high? Here is Autocar Indias review of the car as well http://www.autocarindia.com/Review/326779,2013-honda-cr-v-review-test-drive.aspx
  10. I just came across new images of the Honda UR-V facelift. The SUV is finished in white and with black accents and can be seen in two variants - 240 turbo and 370 turbo.What do you guys think of the UR-VC SUV? IMAGE SOURCE
  11. The Honda Freed is an MPV sold in select Asian markets that shares its platform with the Honda Jazz premium hatchback. The carmaker will reveal the facelift of the second generation of the Honda Freed at the upcoming 2019 Tokyo Motor show, which will start next week. In Japan, the car is offered with an option of either a 129hp,1.5-litre petrol paired to a CVT automatic transmission or a 110hp, 1.5-litre hybrid which is paired to a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox. What do you guys think of the Honda Freed and would it make a good addition to Honda's India line-up?
  12. The Honda Civic has made a comeback after almost 7 years. No doubt, the previous Civic was one of the best car that came outta the Japanese market and without doubt one of the best car a petrol head could ask for.This JDM gem has been a dream for every mod-boy out there, for the ways it could be pimped out. It just looked too hot from any angle, thanks to the low stance. And not to forget the manual transmission that came with the 1.8l petrol engine which was just super fun. But the question is, will the new civic live upto its predecessor’s legacy? will it meet the expectations of those who waited for it. Will it make a mark like how it did in the past. The all new Honda Civic comes ONLY with an Automatic petrol transmission and one really powerless and lazy dirty diesel engine, keeping the "Kitna detha hei"in mind. In fact the diesel gives almost 25kmpl mileage, but is that what we really want in a civic? nah....i dont think so and its pretty late considering that the global markets have started phasing out diesel engines. Now, the only Automatic-petrol engine comes as the first and the biggest disappointment. Apparently Honda had conducted a survey, i presume of old ungils and lazy men, in which they opted for automatic over manual transmission. The manual should’ve been an option, at least for those who specifically demand for it. The automatic transmission couldve been better. It has got that typical rubber band effect that the Honda CVT transmissions have. A rubber band effect is where there is very minimal pull in mid RPMs. If you want to overtake someone instantly, you gotto plan well in advance and wait for that punch after the RPM crosses the 5k mark during when it gets too noisy though. Civic has got the least power amongst the cars in its segment. It is three seconds slower than the octavia in hitting the 100 kmph mark. In fact there is another 1.5L turbo charged Civic available in the international market, which would’ve been a better pick for our market. Honda should’ve brought it into the market to keep its enthusiastic civic lovers happy or at least to be on lines with its German rival, The Octavia.. In that case, octavia has a really good line up of engines. It has got 2 petrol variant, not counting the VRS missile. One amongst the two variant in a 1.4L turbo charged petrol engine, which is more fun to drive because of the manual shifting tunnel, and the other most powerful variant is the 1.8 RS engine. Now this is one other reason why the germans are better in this segment. The next car in the segment is the Corolla altis, which once again a really good car, but with a very less power just like the civic. In comparison with the corolla civic is better in every other way, that no doubt. Let alone the performance part, the new Honda Civic is stunning in every other way possible. Its has retained the killer looks, especially with that sliding roof and sports back. It has still got that low stance and it is intensely eager to hit the corners with great stability but something is missing….. the power punch.The low stance plays a very important role in keeping the centre of gravity in place and thats what makes the cornering so much fun. There is almost no over-steer at all which gives you all the confidence that you want. Honda has taken the interiors to a whole new level by using premium touches wherever necessary. The old gen civic was the first in market to have digital speedometer which had me drooling back then. This one has improved it and made it a lot better by providing all the necessary information. The Japanese have made every corner of the cabin count and have made the car very ergonomic in terms of space. It is also loaded with a lot of first in class features like the camera in rear view mirror and multiple safety feature. But even after all this, the sales figures had gone down from 3000 units in the first month to around 300 units in the following months. This gives us a glimpse of Civics success rate in India. It Wouldve been a lot better if Honda Ups the Civics performance figures. this is the main reason why the civic has not gotten the market it actually deserves. MaybeLets hope the type R to hit the shores at least. Thats the only way Honda can keep its fan boys happy. Fingers crossed.
  13. The Activa 5G Limited Edition has been officially launched by Honda at a starting price of Rs 55,032 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the Activa 5G Limited Edition STD and going up to Rs 56,897 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the Activa 5G Limited Edition DLX. I have come across a walkaround video of the Activa 5G Limited Edition. What do you guys think of the new Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition? Click here to read more about it - https://www.autocarindia.com/bike-news/honda-activa-5g-limited-edition-launched-at-rs-55032-412877 Here is the video -
  14. The Honda BR-V facelift has been launched at the 2019 Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS). This mid-cycle facelift is the first major update since the car was originally launched back in 2015. You can read more about it here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/honda-br-v-facelift-revealed-412486 Here are the images-
  15. Hello everyone, I want recommendations as which car is the best buy here? Looks - i20 is a lot better as I simply dislike flat front and rear of amaze Features - Both are on par. i20 just adds 4 extra airbags and projector headlamps Price - i20 asta is cheaper by 40K than Amaze but i20 Asta (o) is costlier by 40K [on road] Drive - Both are equally good and refined. Engine/power/torque almost identical. i20 feels peppier. Please provide feedback. The car is to be driven by my sister. Thanks!
  16. Honda India, the domestic arm of Japanese car maker, seems all set to introduce its much awaited Amaze sedan in the Indian auto market. Interested buyers can now book the upcoming model at the authorised dealerships of Honda India by paying an amount of Rs. 10,000. Industry experts believe that Honda Amaze will make its grand entry somewhere in April in the Indian auto market. However, it must be noted that the auto maker has not revealed the exact pricing and other details of the upcoming Amaze sedan yet.
  17. Can someone pls share if Handa city is going to launched in diesel automatic variant. Currently they have automatic in petrol only.
  18. I am planning to buy Honda City. Currently Seventh Generation Face Lifted Honda City is being sold in India. I have read few articles stating that Next Generation Honda City will be launched around February 2018. I am planning to get the latest Honda City as possible. Will there be a updated version of Honda City in 2018? Should I wait for Honda City 2018 (FaceLift/Next Generation)? Please advice me on this.
  19. Can the upcoming Honda Civic beat the likes of Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Jetta?
  20. Honda had first showcased the urban SUV concept at the Detroit Motor Show and looks like Honda is doing some serious testing of the vehicle. Here are the first spy shots of the Urban SUV testing .The car seems to look a lot similar to the concept that was shown earlier this year. The SUV is based on the new Jazz and should go on sale next year. This would also be perfect for India and the it should come here with the 1.5 litre diesel engine that is currently doing duty in the Amaze. This will go up against the existing compact SUVs in our market. Here are the spy shots and Ive also attached pics of the concept for comparison and pics of the concept for reference Pics are grabbed from a video at this source:
  21. Someone in Karnataka has modified the Honda Navi with bits and pieces from the KTM Duke. Following are the changes made: KTM Duke headlamp assembly and fuel tank extensions New raised handlebars Split seat setup KTM stickers on the rear fender area (below the pillion seat) Free flow exhaust Source
  22. Yamaha by introducing FZ25, created a new segment "affordable 250cc". Its high time that Honda intoduces CB 250 F Twister model to heat up the competition. Just sharing a link of a comparision between the Brazil version of yamaha and honda counterpart http://novamotos.com.br/honda-cb-250f-twister-2017/ Guys lets discuss.
  23. Few days back my Honda Dazzler fell towards right while riding all due to stupid auto driver who overtook me without any warning & went away without stopping & bike pretty much took a heavy hit as the speed was approx. 40 kmph. After few days I had changed its cone set because bike was making "khat khat" sound whenever I used to go over a pothole it was way before falling & cone set had to be changed. After installing new cone set my bike has been wobbling I went to Honda service center they checked & mechanic tightened the center big nut which is below handle bar, after that wobbling issue went away now the bike pulls towards right whenever I go over small potholes or a road filled with continuous potholes at a decent speed of 20 kmph, bike starts to pull towards right. Again I went to Honda service center to rectify the issue. They test drove it did some adjustment to the big center nut problem got rectified but again there was a slight pull towards right service center said that handlebar has been bent towards right so it is pulling towards right. So I said ok, make it aligned they kept the bike for whole day & I guess they had aligned the handle & said everything has been done. After few days again the bike started to pull towards right whenever I go over small potholes or road filled with continuous potholes. Now really I've not idea what is causing the problem & I cannot leave my bike in service center for whole day. Has anyone had the same or similar problem? What is the solution to this problem?
  24. Had a lot of free time on Sundays, so decided to do something creative and ended up deciding to paint the engine cover of my '07 Honda Civic 1.8V. Took me around an hour and is a totally DIY job with no expertise. Step 1: Remove the engine cover from your car (mostly a couple of screws hold it there). Step 2: Mask off or remove any decal and logos that are there on the engine cover. Step 3: Use a glossy or matt rattle can spray paint (I preferred a gloss red). Step 4: Spread a sheet of old newspaper and put the cover on it (you don't want to spoil your floor). Step 5: Heat the rattle can with a hair drier so that the flow is even and no clotting takes place. Step 6: Evenly spray a coat of spray paint and it let it dry in fan for about half an hour. Step 7: Spray a second coat of paint and let it fully dry. Step 8: After the paint has dried, carefully unmask or put back any decals or logos that you had removed earlier. Step 9: Put the engine cover back in the car, and you're done. I was liking the red engine cover so ended up painting the compressor head and the hose also in red colour.
  25. Hi All Came across this thread in another Auto forum " Team Bhp ". Having read that , am curios to know if any of those issues are being faced by members over here as well?? Am shocked to a extent that a " Honda " car are facing these issues, primarily known for their quality. http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian-car-scene/157091-honda-city-4th-gen-niggles-compilation-honda-cars-niggle-free-anymore.html