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myviowner 01-09-2020 09:59 AM

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Originally Posted by MrSinkie95 (Post 129438927)
Any thoughts on 2020 fit?

Ugly design.... begin with. :s13::s13:

MrSinkie95 01-09-2020 10:17 AM

Shuttle better?

myviowner 01-09-2020 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by MrSinkie95 (Post 129442171)
Shuttle better?

Personally, better choice than new Fit. :)

bh10101 01-09-2020 11:26 AM

depends what the driver needs? more spare? pricing VS value?

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Originally Posted by myviowner (Post 129442514)
Personally, better choice than new Fit. :)


MrSinkie95 01-09-2020 11:41 AM

Point a to b car

Keyboard90 01-09-2020 12:50 PM

Agreed. The older fit looks sportier also

Shuttle seems like a good practical car as well especially if you have a fam

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Originally Posted by myviowner (Post 129442514)
Personally, better choice than new Fit. :)


suchaloser 03-09-2020 02:29 PM

Anyone knows about wifi/hotspot in Jazz 2014? Canít find anything on it. Can connect but no options on browser or anything

wahlaneh 03-09-2020 11:34 PM

i feel that honda jazz/fit the steering when turning feels very light/loose so absolutely no feel of the road at all. its like play arcade racing game....

I mean a greater response feel and more heavier steering wheel will be good.

andyhtc 04-09-2020 08:15 AM

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Originally Posted by wahlaneh (Post 129500775)
i feel that honda jazz/fit the steering when turning feels very light/loose so absolutely no feel of the road at all. its like play arcade racing game....

I mean a greater response feel and more heavier steering wheel will be good.

I prefer lighter steering as it exerts lesser strain on the wrists.

It is much easier to turn with one hand e.g. U-turn with Honda Shuttle (that shares chassis and parts with Jazz/Fit) compared to my Toyota Vios.

It terms of feedback on road conditions, both are similar.

Channelson 04-09-2020 09:21 AM

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Originally Posted by andyhtc (Post 129503614)
I prefer lighter steering as it exerts lesser strain on the wrists.

It is much easier to turn with one hand e.g. U-turn with Honda Shuttle (that shares chassis and parts with Jazz/Fit) compared to my Toyota Vios.

It terms of feedback on road conditions, both are similar.

Long ago, before airbag era, we use to change the steering to sports steering which has smaller diameter. The feel is better and heavier

CCCustom 04-09-2020 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Channelson (Post 129504492)
Long ago, before airbag era, we use to change the steering to sports steering which has smaller diameter. The feel is better and heavier

I personally found that after driving car with smaller Momo steering and then driving a car with stock steering, that these smaller ones are actually a pain in the @$$ to use :o

isellitrade 04-09-2020 10:10 AM

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Originally Posted by suchaloser (Post 129490413)
Anyone knows about wifi/hotspot in Jazz 2014? Canít find anything on it. Can connect but no options on browser or anything

Yes what's this for anyway.. Got WiFi but cannot do anything

Ultimate Chicken 09-09-2020 03:36 PM

2nd hand Honda Jazz (GD, year 2008). Plan to get a couple of VICOM inspector stuff checked out, plus a couple of random services:
- Oil sump (?)
- Oily transmission (?)
- Handbrake wire ("not enough clicks" apparently)
- Getting the reverse camera for my dashcam wired up - forward recorder already installed on rear view mirror
- That odd rare instance where I feel like I hit something when slowly reversing, but didn't actually hit anything (Honda CVTF fluid?)

Brake pads and sparks are still fine for the next year or so, not needed for now.

Can I still go back to Kah Motor (I live near one of their servicing centers)?

Recommendations? I'm game for something that doesn't chop me, this is not something I intend to take to STA/Vicom every year only to find I suddenly have nonstandard parts.

Last owner used S&H somewhere in Bishan, tho I am unable to get more details outside of a phone number.

myviowner 09-09-2020 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Ultimate Chicken (Post 129609364)
2nd hand Honda Jazz (GD, year 2008). Plan to get a couple of VICOM inspector stuff checked out, plus a couple of random services:
- Oil sump (?)
- Oily transmission (?)
- Handbrake wire ("not enough clicks" apparently)
- Getting the reverse camera for my dashcam wired up - forward recorder already installed on rear view mirror
- That odd rare instance where I feel like I hit something when slowly reversing, but didn't actually hit anything (Honda CVTF fluid?)

Brake pads and sparks are still fine for the next year or so, not needed for now.

Can I still go back to Kah Motor (I live near one of their servicing centers)?

Recommendations? I'm game for something that doesn't chop me, this is not something I intend to take to STA/Vicom every year only to find I suddenly have nonstandard parts.

Last owner used S&H somewhere in Bishan, tho I am unable to get more details outside of a phone number.

Yes you can head to KM. Personally i won't ,since is a used car. Head to your trusted workshop or ask from your circle of frds whom own a ride for workshop contacts. BnB ride, most workshop can handle. Get a few quotes and you know the price level.
I use this workshop at Kaki bukit- Whitesnail Performance/Service Center. The boss - Jason, hands-on guy. Meticulous in his work. OMO!
Good luck!

IIIUSION 09-09-2020 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by myviowner (Post 129610688)
I use this workshop at Kaki bukit- Whitesnail Performance/Service Center. The boss - Jason, hands-on guy. Meticulous in his work. OMO!
Good luck!

But Whitesnail is expensive


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