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post #21 of 152 Old 05-27-2015, 09:30 AM
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the HRV is the North American name for the Honda Vezel in Japan. if you EBay the name "Vezel accessories" you can probably buy stuff for your car right now.
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Nice! Can you take some pics for us?

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All of my accessories have already been installed, except the cargo cover. Still waiting on that. I was told it would probably be a couple more weeks.
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Nice! Can you take some pics for us?
Sport Grill and lower trim. Before is left or top, after is right or bottom.
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the brake hold, when enabled, allows you to take your foot off the brake at a standstill while keeping the car stopped. A press of the accelerator disables the brake hold and allows you to continue driving like normal. Mostly I think it's useful for stop-and-go traffic or long lights where your foot gets fatigued holding the brake down.
So dumb question - does the brake light stay on so those behind you think you are pressing the brake, or does it go off?
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So dumb question - does the brake light stay on so those behind you think you are pressing the brake, or does it go off?
Not a dumb question at all, however I've never actually got out and looked! lol


I assume that the brake lights are on. You can feel pressure on the brake pedal when you use the brake hold, so I'm pretty sure the brake petal is still in play so the brake lights would be on.
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Sport Grill and lower trim. Before is left or top, after is right or bottom.
These actually look great, makes the HRV look like it's worth a whole $3-4k more!
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The EX-L Navi has many more voice features. In my EX I believe I can only do phone commands. I tried some of the other voice features like climate control, and the commands aren't understood.
And here I was I was all set to write off the EX-L Navi for my needs.
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Did you get the cargo cover or liner? Just curious as I want the liner for mine when I purchase.
We installed the cargo cover, liner, and tray in the back of our 2015 Fit (we also tinted all the windows and sunroof).

The liner is nice because it will prevent stains in the back, and sides of your Honda. It also covers the back of your rear seats, and has a split so it can still cover your back seats even if one of them is down. The cover gives your valuables protection from prying eyes (although tint does this as well, so they might be redundant. We did both), and the rear tray helps redefine and protect the rear from spills and dirt (after installing the liner, the back looks a little undefined, since the liner is thin and a little flimsy), the tray also helps redefine the back, and in the Fit at least, helps make the rear floor area more sturdy (The Fit floor feels a little thin).

The only thing we did not install yet was the rear seat covers, which may be a birthday present for my Daughter in July.
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