Honda Vezel 1.5 S i-VTEC

Honda Vezel 1.5 S i-VTEC

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
20 May 2015

A few weeks ago, we took the new Honda Vezel out for a test drive, and we were left impressed. The very handsome crossover wowed us with its good looks, spacious and extremely practical interior, and by being a rather fun car to drive.

If you've noticed any differences in the pictures, today we'll be looking at a Vezel with higher specifications.

The S model comes with a host of differences separating it from the lesser X and G models.

On the outside, there are minor differences between the

  • While lesser models are equipped with unpainted plastic lower body cladding in black, the highest spec model comes with painted cladding in a smart-looking gunmetal grey.

Contrasting gunmetal grey lower body cladding

  • The top dog model Vezel comes equipped with a set of shiny and funky shoes that sets it apart. Complete with a blend of brushed and painted gloss black finish, the 17-inch rims look fantastic.

  • While standard models do not come equipped with roof rails, the S model comes with rather sleek looking roof rails.

Roof rails in matte silver finish

  • While the lower spec cars are equipped with cloth seats as standard, the S models come from the factory with seats and interior panels trimmed in a mixture of leather and fabric.

Half leather seats and interior trim

  • While not exactly a useful feature on local shores, it’s an additional feature the S model gains.

Heated front seats

  • The S model also gains tinted anti-glare mirrors that helps make night driving easier, especially against many cars that come equipped with glaring super-bright headlights.

Tinted antiglare wing mirrors

  • The brightwork of the aluminium pedals sharpens up the Vezel’s cabin tremendously, and manage to avoid looking nasty unlike some aftermarket add-ons.

Auminium pedals

  • The addition of paddle shifters in the S model guise makes the Vezel a more responsive car to drive. The paddle shifters allow the driver to overcome the slightly sluggish nature of CVT gearboxes, and makes light work of accelerating and overtaking.
Paddle shifters

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