Crossover Honda HR-V has got a sports versionNovember 28, 2019
The brand has prepared for the home market a compact SUV Vezel in the new “sports” version of Modulo X. Outside of Japan, the crossover is known as HR-V.
At home, Honda began selling a sports version of the Vezel crossover called the Modulo X. Recall that under this sub-brand the company produces accessories in a sports style. From the usual Vezel / HR-V, the novelty differs in an athletic bumper with expressive black accents, a spectacular radiator grille with a honeycomb pattern, as well as a pair of exhaust pipes. Roof rails and exterior mirror housings are made in black.
Inside the crossover appeared sports front seats with heated and pronounced lateral support, branded floor mats and modern multimedia with an older touch screen. Also, the sports version of the Vezel / HR-V is the Honda Sensing complex, which includes automatic braking and lane control systems, adaptive cruise control, etc.
Vezel Modulo X also receives a retuned lowered suspension, which boasts stiffer springs and shock absorbers.
But the sport version adopted the motor line from the standard crossover, however, in a somewhat truncated form. So, the novelty is set in motion by a one and a half liter gasoline “turbo four” with a capacity of 172 hp. In addition, a hybrid cross is available for purchase, whose power plant consists of a one and a half liter 132-horsepower “aspirated” and a 30-horsepower electric engine. The drive can be front or full. Prices for the sports Vezel Modulo X start at 3,467,200 yen
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