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2016 2nd Generation Honda Freed

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Wow...

 

2016 freed is bigger and better!

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dont know why honda likes to add so many lines running across side profile, so fuzzy looking...

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dont know why honda likes to add so many lines running across side profile, so fuzzy looking...

For better aerodynamics?

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Err why it still looks the same?

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Err why it still looks the same?

Think exterior is not very major change.

 

Under the bonnet has more changes.

 

Power increased from current 118hp to 130hp

 

It's not a very heavy vehicle.the increase in power will make it more responsive when u accelerate.

 

With new CVT some more

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dont know why honda likes to add so many lines running across side profile, so fuzzy looking...

This will make accident difficult to repair,so need to change new doors.

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Will it fall into cat B COE?

That's why I am thinking the turbo is highly likely.

 

Just nice under Cat A.

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My 1st Love.... [inlove]

 

Like what Michael Learns to Rock once said...."I'm sorry you are twenty-five minutes too late"

I have moved on to StepWgn Spada.... :wub: 

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To be fair.freed does not exceed all expectations of mpv.but it fulfills most of the needs to an acceptable level.thats why it's good in my opinion.

 

Pro

-it is tall.good for moving small furniture and the whole bike can go in standing straight.

-3rd row seat elevated.you don't sit with your knees to your face

-1.5l. Fuel consumption ok.

-power output is quite high for its class at 118 hp.just that u need to step hard for it to really push.

-6-4 seat arrangement flexible seating

 

Cons

-legroom not really enough for tall people

-no boot-space

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i have been waiting for the new 2016 freed, wonder why the hybrid freed is not available in Singapore? because it pushed the freed into Cat B?

 

U can order any car from the PI and get them to bring it in.

 

COE for Cat A & B no longer make a significant difference nowadays.

 

I would say Freed is a very good car, very family orientated, reliable, versatile.

Driven all the way to Penang/ Cameron Highlands etc... before without any issue.  Its a very good road trip vehicle.

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U can order any car from the PI and get them to bring it in.

 

COE for Cat A & B no longer make a significant difference nowadays.

 

I would say Freed is a very good car, very family orientated, reliable, versatile.

Driven all the way to Penang/ Cameron Highlands etc... before without any issue.  Its a very good road trip vehicle.

Sat in a freed taxi before, find this car very stable.

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U can order any car from the PI and get them to bring it in.

 

COE for Cat A & B no longer make a significant difference nowadays.

 

I would say Freed is a very good car, very family orientated, reliable, versatile.

Driven all the way to Penang/ Cameron Highlands etc... before without any issue.  Its a very good road trip vehicle.

may i ask how long have you driven a Freed?

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i have been waiting for the new 2016 freed, wonder why the hybrid freed is not available in Singapore? because it pushed the freed into Cat B?

 

hmm.. i dont think it is Cat B....

7 years without a single breakdown.

 

me too! 7 years no breakdown.

 

solid car...

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