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Hi everyone! I was working in Tokyo last year and luckily didn't leave until a couple days after the new Vezel (HR-V) was released. So after sitting in and inspecting the floor models I of course asked for a brochure to browse through while waiting for the Asimo robot show (which was awesome!).

I'm hoping to scan and post some pages from the brochure (I also have a copy of the new Fit brochure) as there are plenty of specs and diagrams that I think would prove interesting.

I also can speak and read some Japanese, so If anyone comes across any promotional information you'd like translated please feel free to PM me. Thanks!
 

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My Burning Question

I've been waiting forever to ask someone who's seen the car this question. Do you sit higher than a car in the HRV? Is it a tall hatchback thing or a small SUV that still raises you up?
 

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I've been waiting forever to ask someone who's seen the car this question. Do you sit higher than a car in the HRV? Is it a tall hatchback thing or a small SUV that still raises you up?
It's more a small SUV than a tall hatchback. Think Nissan Juke, but roomier. It definitely sits higher than a Fit but probably less than a CR-V. The closest car I can compare it to is the Subaru XV Crosstrek.
 

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Thanks for that answer. That's exactly what I want and I've been going nuts since the thing first came out as a concept car. Now it's on to engine size (I just need enough to merge and make it over a tall hill without riding in the far right lane with my hazards on) and giving it enough time to be reviewed and see that it's not being recalled right away for a major issue.
 

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i'm sure it will have enough power to do that to be honest, it may require more rev's but it should still be doable
 

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by all means post up the brochure you have, just use photobucket or similar service to host the Urls and just bring them over accordingly :D Although there will be some major differences in terms of kit and finish for the NA spec HRV....
 

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Ok, here it is! I've posted a couple pages below, but the entire brochure is viewable on Flickr.

I can read a little Japanese, so if anyone has any questions please feel free to reply here or send me a PM. Please include the page number. Enjoy!







 
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