I think it's just Japan that uses the vezel nominclature:vezel is what the hrv is called in the rest of the world
Japan does not "use" the Vezel nomenclature ... the Vezel IS Japanese ... Japan anointed it the Vezel, supposedly a takeoff on "bezel."I think it's just Japan that uses the vezel nominclature:
ArigatōgozaimashitaJapan does not "use" the Vezel nomenclature ... the Vezel IS Japanese ... Japan anointed it the Vezel, supposedly a takeoff on "bezel."
But check out the Japanese pronunciation ... sounds to me like veh-zeh-roo ... rhymes with kangaroo.
Me, I prefer to pronounce it as Veasel ... as in weasel
Lol - a strut bar stiffens the chasis, every iteration of every vehicle tries to do the same to improve handling at any level including braking, cornering, acceleration. Unfortunately strut bars can cost the manufacturer enough extra that they dont utilize them enough. For those that have had a car like a TSX that has them standard and has tried driving around without them, the difference is obvious, same goes with adding a proper one to a vehicle. IF you can stiffen the chasis enough you can reduce the spring rates and have the same handling with smoother ride. i am going to add front and rears and have a lower floor brace made for each side, on my TSX that made the most noticeable improvement in handling.How does a strut help you without racing your car?