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  1. In most people's minds, Honda's motorcycles are relatively large. I have seen Honda PCX and Honda Scoopy, but they are not Honda's smallest motorcycle. Honda’s smallest motorcycle should be the Honda Monkey. Yes, just listen to the name and you will feel that this car is compact. This is Honda Scoopy ↑ This is Honda PCX ↑ And the last one is Honda Monkey 125.↑
  2. I’m looking to purchase a used AWD crossover or suv. I want a runner, something that’ll last 200,000+ with proper upkeep of course. Something with good gas mileage, mid 20s and above. I don’t want to spend more than $10,000 but also want it to have less than 100,000 miles on it currently. I don’t have a preference for year. So far I’ve been leaning towards Rav4, Highlander, and CRV. Any suggestions are appreciated!
  3. Honda Brio (Price: harga Honda Brio) The Honda Brio of RS or Satya type is the most interesting city car. Because this car has the largest power output among its competitors. But this is unfortunate, because Honda has installed a speed limiter for the Honda Brio 2021. This makes it difficult to compete on toll roads under standard conditions. The reason is that the top speed of the Honda Brio 2021 is only 145 km/h. At the same time, cars in other cities can still reach 150-160 km/h. For some owners, this restriction is a bit annoying. This is because it is still believed that the Brio engine can be driven at a speed of 150-160 km/h. Especially for long-distance trips across the Trans Java toll road, considering Brio's agility and precise handling, such speeds are considered "slow." I think this speed limit makes people lose the fun of driving Honda Brio, so I don't want to see such results.
  4. Ultimateexoticcarparts.com is one of the leading online car parts and accessories stores. We have a complete selection of high-quality parts for a wide range of vehicle makes and models – offered at the lowest prices. We also take the lead when it comes to hassle-free online shopping with customer service availability 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We deal in car parts for various brands such as Kia , Honda , Hyundai , Mazda , Mitsubishi , BMW , Mercedes , Toyota , Land Rover , Bentley , Jaguar etc Buy Jaguar car parts Buy Toyota car parts Buy Hyundai car parts Thanks
  5. Do you think that the car community/hooning culture is over represented in accident statistics? Why? What would you say in defense? What is more prevalent and why do you think we hear about it less? Im writing a research paper and would really appreciate some input!
  6. Brio may not give the best mileage. It averages around 11-13 km/ltr in city & 15-16 km/ltr on the highway but the cost you incur on the fuel, you save that cost in maintenance. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Space is a bit cramped. Comfort is avergae but excellent considering other segment cars. ... Have driven on long highways with max non stop running time 4hrs.My car will easily do another 30k without issues. Tyre change at 47k kms. It's a good family car but boot space is not very good. Honda Brio
  7. Fluid leaking from the transmission fitting on the radiator of a Honda Civic 05’, any ideas on how to stop it? I’ve been suggested to put teflon tape on it
  8. Hi, my name is Jack and I have just turned 17 and am going to be buying a car soon. I am considering either a VW Golf or Mitsubishi Colt (I'm not sure which just yet). When I get a car I would love to modify it. However, I'm struggling to find a job to pay for parts, so whilst I look for one I'm trying to make a little money to go towards the modifications. I just set up this store on redbubble.com called Jaxx Apparel (I'll attach a link) and it would be great if you saw this and bought something from the store so I can raise enough for a few mods! Right now it is just JDM car designs on there but if you would like to suggest something that isn't on the store please go ahead and do so and I may add a design based on your suggestion. There are all sorts of products ranging from T-shirts to stickers to shower curtains 😂. If this works I might make an Instagram page dedicated to my journey. Also if anyone is willing to help me in improving my understanding of cars please let me know and I'll add you on Instagram or something. Thanks for reading and I hope you consider helping me out.😁 Some examples of what the store offers are attached. Store Adress: http://www.redbubble.com/people/jaxxapparel
  9. Hi, new poster here. I have a 2002 Honda CR-V with a dead starter. I'm trying to remove the intake manifold to access and replace the old starter, but there was a rusted bolt that had crumbled and stripped. I was able to remove most of the head with a drill, but now I can't get the last bit off. I had already tried a bolt extractor socket set, but one was too big and the next was too small. I also tried an adjustable Go-2 Socket, but it was too big to fit in the recession on the manifold where the bolt is. Now that the head is mostly destroyed, does anyone have any suggestions on how to remove the last piece? I've tried drilling, filing, and chiseling to no avail. I tried to attach pictures of the condition, but it said "upload failed." Thanks, Maya G
  10. Hi, new poster here. I have a 2002 Honda CR-V with a dead starter. I'm trying to remove the intake manifold to access and replace the old starter, but there was a rusted bolt that had crumbled and stripped. I was able to remove most of the head with a drill, but now I can't get the last bit off. I had already tried a bolt extractor socket set, but one was too big and the next was too small. I also tried an adjustable Go-2 Socket, but it was too big to fit in the recession on the manifold where the bolt is. Now that the head is mostly destroyed, does anyone have any suggestions on how to remove the last piece? I've tried drilling, filing, and chiseling to no avail. I tried to attach pictures of the condition, but it said "upload failed." Thanks, Maya G
  11. image is upside down but there is a leak from the block itself behing the left wheel well and im not sure if theres supposed to be a bolt there or not, it isnt the bleeding nut thats on the passenger side up top. PLEASE HELP
  12. As you might know, the Honda BR-V and the Honda Mobilio share a platform as well as an H brand. So what makes them distinguish each other? Let's find out in-depth differences between the crossover SUV and the mini MPV, Honda BR-V vs Mobilio! Since the Honda BR-V is larger, the luggage storage space is definitely larger at 691 liters if the third row is folded, compared to the Mobilio’s 521 literseven. The BR-V 1.5 V has a larger set of tires at 16 inches in comparison to the Mobilio’s 15-inch set. What’s more, the BR-V owns a higher ground clearance for better driving on uneven terrains in comparison with the Mobilio. Another plus of the Honda BR-V is that legroom, and headroom inside the model is distinctly more generous. As to comfort, both vehicles’ third-row seating can be a little tight, especially for adults. They share a lot of characteristics including design, some parts of chassis and engines. Under the hood, the Mobilio and the BR-V both come with the L15Z1 i-VTEC inline-four gasoline engine, making 120hp and 145Nm of torque. Two models also have front-wheel drive. When it comes to safety, both the Mobilio 1.5 RS Navi and the BR-V 1.5 V CVT have the same amount of features. Both come packed with dual front airbags, the anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution, security alarms, engine immobilizer, stability control, ISOFIX, and rear parking sensors. For additional information about the two models’ specifications and price, check out the Honda BR-V vs Honda Mobilio comparison on Philkotse!
  13. If you are wondering which is the better of the two most popular compact sedan models, here comes the comparison between Honda Civic and Mazda 3 for people to reach rational decisions. First of all, the Civic RS Turbo has the more superior dimensions over the Mazda 3, specifically wider by 4 mm, but the Mazda has a 25 mm longer wheelbase that's 25 mm longer. In terms of styling, the Mazda 3 acquires fluid and elegant design as well as a premium-looking exterior. Meanwhile, the Civic RS Turbo now has a more grown-up appearance, sporting a couple of faux air vents. As to interior, the Mazda 3 and the Civic RS are both well-equipped. In terms of comfort and cargo space, both of these items are competent sedans that perform well as daily drivers. Nevertheless, passengers in Mazda 3 might feel annoyed at the engine’s noise. Both the Mazda 3 and the Honda Civic RS Turbo make use of a front-wheel-drive layout. Under the Mazda 3’s hood is a 2.0-liter Skyactive-G inline-4 gasoline engine that produces 152 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque. On the other hand, Honda Civic RS Turbo makes 171 horsepower and 220 Nm of torque on the 1.5-liter turbo VTEC. For fuel consumption, the Honda Civic 2020 manages 9.5 km/l while the Mazda 3 is marginally better at around 10.5 km/L. Above is the brief of some features which both of the two models possess. To get full comparison in terms of specs as well as price, let’s come to Honda Civic vs Mazda 3!
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  15. So I have a 99 Honda CR-V. It looses power as I drive and so I pull over and then it won’t start again. I doubt it’s the battery. After it takes a rest it starts up again. Coolant gets filled twice a week. Oil is normal color. I think it’s the radiator but I’m not sure. It over heated once a little and noticed I didn’t have any coolant. Any suggestions?? I don’t know much about cars but I like to learn new things and the necessities.
  16. Hi I’m new here I mainly came here because I’m on the fence between whether I should sell my 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT and get a super clean condition 2000 Honda Civic Si for those who don’t know this is a really rare civic in the United States especially in almost perfect condition fully stock unmolested so I’ve come here I really like my eclipse but I also really really like the Civic si the eclipse is an automatic which I don’t like but I got a good deal on it and he Civic si is a manual both cars are in very very good condition just don’t know if I should keep my eclipse or get the Civic please HELP😬😩
  17. I bought a used 2010 Honda Accord LX from a used car dealership. I was very excited to purchase my vehicle because I was 17 and it was going to be my first car. (I’m now 18) My breaks completely stopped working after the first month, my mechanic had to charge the front calipers, rotors, and brake pads. It happened again, with the back ones, replaced calipers, rotors, and brake pads. It happened another time and my dad had to call my mechanic again and he did another brake job. I have all my receipts for the labor done. Now I can’t even accelerate over 60mph without having problems, not sure if it’s the engine or transmission but it doesn’t really matter right now. I have been looking up laws like the Lemon Law, and the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. I’ve spent over $1400 on fixing this car. I don’t know whether I should sue or not. I work at Subaru and I can use the money I receive as a down payment for a new car. My Honda has some scratches, is it worth sueing them and trying to receive a refund? It’s only been about 5-6 months I’ve been using it. Not to mention when I bought it I didn’t know a lot about cars, salesman told me it was a V6 ended up being an inline four.
  18. Car: 1999 Honda Accord V6. I recently started having problems with my car starting. It started a little while after I changed out my bad alternator. My other alternator went bad because of the voltage regulator (I think). I'm not car savvy but I want to try to address this problem myself before I take it to a shop and pay out the ass. The car will crank but won't start, and banging around underneath the steering wheel will eventually get it to start. Not sure if its related, but the light behind my D4 on the dashboard comes on when its able to start and it wont start when the light isnt on. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
  19. Please help me diagnose. I ran this 8th gen civic si k20z3 mistakenly with little to no oil in it, no engine light or codes popped up. The oil level showed at the tip end of dipstick but barely. I drove it hard and hit vtec everyday for 2 weeks before i checked my oil again. But now its making this sound after a long ride. No power loss in the high end RPMs, little power loss low end What do you think it is? Timing chain/Vtc, crank shaft bearing, bent valves? You can hear the video: https://youtu.be/HV7Dg-t4WAI
  20. Hello! I'm seeking for a professional opinion and advice. I'm planning to buy a car and I have two options: 1. Finance new Hyundai elantra 2019 and it comes with 5 year warranty bumper to number and 10 or 100.000 miles protection on engine, transmission, electronics and etc. major problems that company covers in case it brakes. Or the option n2 which is a used Honda civic sedan 2015 with 35k miles but with no protection plan and no bumper to bumper insurance. So here I'm choosing between Hyundai that have a tendency to break very often or a reliable Honda but without any protection that might go up to 300k miles without breaking up. ( which I'm not sure, but that's what I heard). Would appreciate a professional and reasonable adive. Thank you. P.s sorry for a bad english
  21. Hey guys, I made a rookie mistake. I accidentally forgot I had a screw in my hand and when I went down to look under the car. My hand had popped against the front bumper releasing the screw to land right on top of my Intercooler. Upon trying to get it out I pushed it further right between the radiator and Intercooler. At this point I’m assuming it has dropped on the splash guard, but if not what risk does this impose when I’m driving. Will it be fine? Thank you for your time! the picture below is where it landed and than the arrow points to where it has gone to.
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  23. Howdy people, I need help trying to figure out what transmissions could potentially fit into my car but I am swapping the engine so I thought about reaching out to find if certain trannies won't fit. I was going to do a k series swap out of a Honda but I don't know if it will fit, any advice? btw its a 2013 chevy Cruze
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