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bh10101 24-06-2020 06:49 AM

your 1.5 Hybrid is different from the rest leh..
added sports mode sia? addon Mugen clothings too? sure can even fly to Moscow liao!! :s13:

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Originally Posted by Orphan (Post 127938974)
The 2018-2019 facelift models shud still be 10k VES rebate. If hit 20k rebate, will see them going for ~60k range instead of ~70k range on sgcarmart leow. The 20k early adopter rebate that HSK announced in budget 2020 machiam is for fully electric vehicles only. Hybrids only got road tax reduction I think.

2020 Hybrid model I haven't seen any dealer advertise yet, so no info. A bit less bhp compared to the 2019 model though. No sports DCT transmission either. But uses an even more efficient MMD transmission.


Orphan 24-06-2020 01:21 PM

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Originally Posted by bh10101 (Post 127949787)
your 1.5 Hybrid is different from the rest leh..
added sports mode sia? addon Mugen clothings too? sure can even fly to Moscow liao!! :s13:

Same with other ah, all the GP5 Fit Hybrid have sports mode and dual clutch.

https://paultan.org/2017/06/08/2017-honda-jazz-hybrid-whats-sport-hybrid-i-dcd-and-how-different-is-it-from-integrated-motor-assist/

Kokkeong02 24-06-2020 03:29 PM

First time car buyer here. Thinking of getting Honda jazz. But seems like there are a few sub models. 1.3(A) / 1.3LX(A) / 1.5RS(A) / 1.5RS LX(A). Anyone knows the difference? I only know 1.3 and 1.5 are the engine horsepower difference. But what about “LX” and “RS”? Thanks in advance!

bh10101 24-06-2020 05:52 PM

你的就是不一样 :s13::s13:

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Originally Posted by Orphan (Post 127957473)
Same with other ah, all the GP5 Fit Hybrid have sports mode and dual clutch.

https://paultan.org/2017/06/08/2017-...-motor-assist/


bh10101 24-06-2020 05:58 PM

the more important is LX.
got LX means simi accessories for "KM" Jazz are already equipped. no LX means missing accessories loh..

RS? Rally Sport?! RennSport? Rush for Speed? Road Sailing?
you should go do some reading what RS stands for in Honda la..
doh expect too much on the word RS :s13::s13:

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Originally Posted by Kokkeong02 (Post 127960279)
First time car buyer here. Thinking of getting Honda jazz. But seems like there are a few sub models. 1.3(A) / 1.3LX(A) / 1.5RS(A) / 1.5RS LX(A). Anyone knows the difference? I only know 1.3 and 1.5 are the engine horsepower difference. But what about “LX” and “RS”? Thanks in advance!


Inkeeboo 24-06-2020 07:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Kokkeong02 (Post 127960279)
First time car buyer here. Thinking of getting Honda jazz. But seems like there are a few sub models. 1.3(A) / 1.3LX(A) / 1.5RS(A) / 1.5RS LX(A). Anyone knows the difference? I only know 1.3 and 1.5 are the engine horsepower difference. But what about “LX” and “RS”? Thanks in advance!

If you see pricelist, LX more expensive as it has all the accessories. But, the price difference is more than if you added those items a la carte from Kah Motors. The LX version is meant for those with trade in vehicles - to facilitate overtrade. —- info from my sales exec; just bought early 2020.

Kien Hin 24-06-2020 08:45 PM

Guys, one SE told me that fit hybrid doesn’t have 60/40 magic seat, is that true?

Eighty7 24-06-2020 08:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Kien Hin (Post 127967172)
Guys, one SE told me that fit hybrid doesn’t have 60/40 magic seat, is that true?

Basic model of GP5 don’t have magic seat. Only F spec have it

Kien Hin 24-06-2020 09:46 PM

Tks bro
To all the bros who owns fit hybrid, can pls share with me which variant is more worth to get?

zzzzzzz 24-06-2020 10:27 PM

F variant

got one forumer got a c̶h̶a̶m̶p̶i̶o̶n̶s̶h̶i̶p̶ white honda fit hybrid 1.5F with sart kee mugen body kit and 16 incher vossen black rims :o
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Eighty7 24-06-2020 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Kien Hin (Post 127968604)
Tks bro
To all the bros who owns fit hybrid, can pls share with me which variant is more worth to get?

Depends on your need, personally I don’t need magic seats or rear wiper. It’s up to your preference

Kien Hin 24-06-2020 11:09 PM

Without the seat, will it compromise the boot space alot?

Eighty7 25-06-2020 09:55 PM

I fold the seats down can still fit large items in . No issue for me. How often would u need to carry large items or even fold them down

benqdell 25-06-2020 10:50 PM

Go for either the 1.5 from Kah or 1.5 hybrid from PI. Don't waste time with the 1.3, my colleague bought the 1.3 and everyday kb not enough power.

Orphan 26-06-2020 11:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Kien Hin (Post 127968604)
Tks bro
To all the bros who owns fit hybrid, can pls share with me which variant is more worth to get?

At one point in time, price difference is abt 2k.
If that's the diff, definitely F package more worth it.

It also depends on how much you need the upgraded features. F spec has 40/60 split with the back seats, whether you need tall mode, roof handles for passengers to grab if your driving is a bit aggressive, paddle shifter, cruise control, seat height adjustment, plasma ion function with aircon, front cabin map lights, 8L larger fuel tank, rear windscreen wiper.

But all these add weight, so there will be a small impact to FC and acceleration.

For the rear seats, basic spec no 40/60 or tall mode. Still has storage and relax mode. So large items no issue.

My car only me and my wife, so for me entire rear seat fold down also no issue. But if you normally will have rear passengers and need to transport long items like a surf board at the same time, then the 40/60 seats will be helpful.

I have transported queen sized mattress, dbl deck coffee table, assembled rocking chair and the 1.8m ivar posts. The last one put in center so that it rests on my center armrest.


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