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  1. Honda's a genius in churning out state-of-the-art small cars. Here's why. The 2014 Honda Jazz is 4cm shorter but it offers 138 liters more cabin-space volume and nearly 13cm of extra rear legroom - compared to the predecessor. Here's how Honda engineers eked out extra room in a shorter car. For starters, Jazz's wheelbase has been stretched further apart by 3cm allowing its rear seat bench to move back outwardly by 7.6cm. Next, engineers made the centrally-mounted fuel tank located beneath the front seats thinner liberating more space for passengers but retains the same liter-volume as previous models. Plus, the new Jazz could be served in a hedonic shade of lemonade yellow to go with its packaging.
  2. Hi Guys I'm looking to get a 2nd hand car once my COE is up in 2 months time. Looking for a car that has another 1-2years left. Narrowed it down to these few models: 1. Toyota Altis 2. Honda Jazz 3. Kia Forte Would prefer the car to be easier and cheaper to maintain. Appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
  3. Can somebody tell me the diff between these 2 car? As in the exterior. How to diff them without looking the interior/engine bay? One of the picture is Jazz while the other is Fit. cheers people.
  4. Hi everyone. I started this thread to get a second opinion from more expert car owners on the costs of owning a car. In my case, I would like to own a car and finance it with Grab driving, and also earn some side income. Currently doing self-sustaining investments, so don’t mind driving to burn all my spare time and also to ferry my family around. It is my hope that this thread can also guide new aspiring PHV drivers. Key Assumptions Buying Honda Jazz 1.3 from AD, no loan ($74,999 at Kah) Driving 6 hours for Grab a day, 8 hours on the road, $5/hour fuel Gross takings for 1 hour of Grab is average $32 (Before commission+expenses) Medisave is still your own money so don’t need to count contributions as expenses Daily Cost of driving PHV (Worst Case Scenario) Car Cost ($74999/10 years, $7499.9 PARF) = $18.49 Insurance Price ($2000/year) = $5.48 Maintenance Fees ($1000/year) = $2.74 Road Tax ($578/year) = $1.58 Additional Costs (Accidents, Wear and Tear) ($4000/year) = $10.96 Carpark Fees ($110 HDB season, $6/day Misc) = $9.62 Fuel Costs (8 hours/day @ $5/hr) = $40 Total Daily Costs: $88.78 Estimated Daily Earnings Gross Takings (6 hours, $32/hr) = $192 After 20% commission = $153.6 Taxable income = $56064 Income tax paid = $400 Nett Daily Income (After all deductibles) = $63.72 Worst Case Scenario Monthly Income (6 hr/day for 30 days) = $1911.72 Key Questions to be answered Is the $32/hr average gross takings by PHV drivers realistic? Assuming the most newbie technique - to aim for incentives. Would renting a car be a better option?
  5. Just scrap my old car. Salvaged my ICE. Pioneer P99 Sinfoni 3 way Audison 6 channel amp Audison capacitor My new ride is the 1.3 Jazz with build in HU. How ah? How to intergrate my old ICE? Don’t want to swap out the stock HU as it has car info and controls inside. Guess my P99 can’t be used. How to use the speakers and Amp? Can I use the mid in the front door, base in the rear door and tweeters replace the stock? Any shops to recommend?
  6. As above....preferably with good quality recordings. Something along the line of Diana Krall.
  7. Hi Guys, I'm looking for Jazz Mugen Spoiler. Any bros/sis here can recommend a gd shop in S'pore tat sell this subject spoiler or any spoiler tats similar (something like this?). TIA
  8. Upon reaching adulthood, you're faced with two choices. You can either take your chances with our public transport network to get to work or spend half of whatever amount of money you have left to your name to buy a car. If you've decided to go with the latter, why not get a hatchback? It's probably the most sensible option for a tiny island country such as ours. In recognition of that, MyCarForum has partnered with Volkswagen to present you one of our favourite hatchbacks - the Volkswagen Golf. Click here to register! Last date of reg is 20 May JOIN US FOR OUR MCF HANGOUT WITH VW, PART 2 @ 24th MAY 2018, 6 PM, 247 ALEXANDRA ROAD S(159934) If you know someone who plans on buying a car, share this thread with them and invite them to join us for this exclusive event. We will be discussing the advantages of owning a hatchback and how you can get the most out of it. Volkswagen Golf vs Class Competition Introducing the heavyweight of the hatchback segment, the Volkswagen Golf. We've brought in the big guns for this one, guys. You'll experience firsthand how this heavy-hitter holds its own against its competition in the same category. Click here to register! Is the Volkswagen Golf the only model available? Nope! We've arranged for you to test drive the entire Volkswagen model lineup between 6 pm and 9 pm. You'll be able to get behind the wheel of hot favourites like the Golf, Passat, Touran and many more. But, of course, the star of the show is the Volkswagen Golf. That's why we have arranged for our Editorial team to share with you their insights into how a small car can have such a huge impact on you (if you own one, of course). Okay, count me in. Where do I sign up? You've made the right choice, my friend. Thank you for your interest in joining our next MCF Hangout. Registration is now open. Be warned, though. We have limited slots and will only be able to register 50 MCF members for this exclusive event. Oh, we almost forgot. You also stand a chance to win a three-day, two-night Volkswagen test drive if you attend the event. And everyone who joins this event is a winner! Volkswagen Singapore spoke to the MCF team, and they know you guys are the car lover. And since you guys like cars, We have line up a discounted grooming package which you can sign up! Click here to register! Last date of reg is 20 May Check out the grooming package! Programme lined up specially for you 600PM – Registration 615PM – Dinner to be served! 630PM – Event Starts 645PM – Editorial Talk – Comparing the Volkswagen Golf with the Class Competition. 730PM – Test Drive of your Favorite VW cars! 915PM – Last test drive 930PM – Lucky Draw / Group Photos - Event Ends -
  9. Hi Pple.. I am looking for a place for dining, with Live Jazz or English rock music, to organize for a group of friends. Pls share with me some ideas.. Thank you so much. =)
  10. Looking for the Best Wet Grip tyre for my new Jazz. It come with crappy Dunlop SP31 all season tyres, that is suppose to be low resistance to save fuel. The original size is 175/65 R15. I am looking for 195/60 R15 or 195/55 R15 (more choices). Or any size that is popular in Singapore. Anyone who drives Jazz got recommendation? Is this unknown brand good? http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?autoco...mp;product=6508
  11. Dear all Fit/Jazz Owners, Jackspeed is currently offering a promotion for fellow Fit/Jazz owners, please refer to the following:- 1) Full Automotive OEM top-grain leather: $ 700 2) Combi-leather: $ 550 3) Steering wheel: $ 180 for normal, $ 160 for GB of 10 or more at confirmation 4) Gear Knob and Hand Brake: $ 80 each for normal, $ 60 each for GB of more than 10 at confirmation 5) Gear Knob and Hand Brake Gaiter: $ 80 each for normal, $ 60 each for GB of more than 10 at confirmation The above includes 2 free embroidery with artwork provided, price excluding GST. 2-tone and contrasting stitches are included in the package. Change of design to be discussed separately, exceptional complex change of design to be impose a norminal design charge and to be discussed separately with our designer. Leather and man-make leather used will be compliance to EURO, ASTM, DIN, BS and ISO standards, which are typically the OEM Automotive standards being call for. Jackspeed premium leather will be used, which is the top-grain cow hikes leather, the most premium layer of the hike. Technical specifications can be provided upon request. You can choose the colours you prefer, the range for full leather will be wider than the colours for combi-leather. Please let us know if GB are being organized so that proper scheduling can be arranged, otherwise come at individual basis for colour, design and installation schedule. You may look for Joan or myself Desmond at 96951379 or desmond@jackspeed.com for further information or clarifications.
  12. Can anyone enlighten me wats the difference between honda fit and honda jazz? nothing important, jus to ease my curiosity...
  13. Hi experts, Pls advise me. Im driving a manual 06 jazz, renew coe. When my car @gear 3 especially, low rpm, between 2 to 2.5, It jerks and shake. Once it hit, 2.5,its normal. Petrol : shell 95 = very bad jerk almost every time Shell 98 = not so bad. Jerk not so hard. Shell Vpower = much lesser, light jerk. All filter changed. Engine mounting also change ( based on recommandation ) workshop advise change 8 sparkplug. I feel if is spark plug, what petrol also should jerk. Please advise me
  14. Vinljp

    ICE Setup

    Ice Experts, Can you comment on a setup I have in mind as I am changing my car and transferring my amp and passive woofer over to my new car.... My HU is Pioneer AVH-X5750BT (50W x 4) My amp is producing 40W RMS per channel (Alpine MRP-F240) My Bazooka tube woofer is a passive woofer (4 ohm impedance, frequency response 39-1,500 Hz, 150 watts RMS, sensitivity 102 dB) I intent to purchase Gladen Zero 165 (6,5” mid-woofer, 2x 150/100 Watt, 3 ohm impedance) + GA MC-165 (6,5” Coaxial, 13 mm silk dome tweeter, 2x 110/75 Watt, 3 ohm impedance) How, workable? Can I check with you whether is there any use of installating an amp with 40W RMS per channel when my HU is pumping 50W RMS per speaker?
  15. I have read in an Australia report that the new Jazz is LESS economical than the old Jazz due to heavier weight. Just wondering if those who own both Jazz models find this true? The old one hits 14-15km/l easy on auto. Latest one I have read is abt 13km/l or worse. "Further, the higher revs (which you need because the new model also put on 45 kilograms, making the Jazz the heaviest among its peers) tend to blunt fuel economy. The previous Jazz was a fuel miser but the consumption of the new model has lost this advantage and consumption is now on par with its peers. We averaged about 10 L/100 km around town, and about 7 L/100 km on the open road." http://www.drive.com.au/Editorial/ArticleD...mparisonID=1609 Hope to hear fm you.... :)
  16. Hi, Just bought a used Jazz, many things unknown as no manual book. Anyone knows what is the wiper size for Honda Jazz 09? Some indicate as 24" 14" some 26" 13" So which is correct? Batt size? Wheel pcd?
  17. I am looking at getting a second hand Vios or Jazz. Anyone keen to sell to me or if you know of anyone who need to sell please PM me. Thanks!
  18. Hi, I am a newbie here... and newbie to car stuff also. My honda jazz 1.4 will be coming in a few days time. I want to change the default rims and tyres to better ones and thus need some advice. Default is 175/65R14, I was thinking to changing to 15" will do. Budget is about 1K+ I read the forum here and is interested in the Falken Azenis ST115 and OZ F1 Cup. Experts please advice if this is okay, how much it cost, where is the best shop to have it change. Also, I can't seem to find from the website the ST115 has 15", is it true? Or are the specs abroad any different. If I change to 15", the specs should be 185/55R15 rite? Is there such a specs or must I change to some other specs? Your advice is much appreciated.
  19. Vit4wd

    Honda Jazz

    Think the owner fitted a BOV. Could hear the PSSSTTT sound from engine as it roared past me.
  20. chitchatboy

    Mugen's take on the new Honda Fit

    Now that we all know how the new Honda Fit/Jazz is going to look like, Mugen, one of the few big tuners for Honda, has just launched their new line of aftermarket goodies for the new Fit. Firstly, they designed two different types of front spoiler, one of which is more aggressive than the other. Customers will also have the option to choose the front under spoiler and the side spoiler in either single body colour or two-tone with body colour and matte black. An upper rear wing finished in carbon is also available for the RS/S Package giving an even sportier look. A new wheel, Mugen "MD8", has also been developed for the new Fit in addition to two other styles that are already in Mugen's lineup. Those who are looking to improve their performance on the road can look forward to Mugen
  21. SeriousGuy

    2014 Honda Fit/Jazz

    Why so UGLY.
  22. RchLuvSlly

    2014 all new Honda Fit Leaked!

    It seems that Asian automakers somehow have the ability to manufacture pretty interesting super-mini cars. Take a look at the Mitsubishi Mirage, for example. It seems like Mitsubishi tried to shrink the car so that it can just fit into the A-segment. However, with Honda, things seem to change a little bit as the Japanese automaker seems to be lean towards practicality. You see, instead of competing in the A-segment as well just like the Mirage does, the Honda Fit (also known as the Jazz here) plays in the B-segment and it's quite big too. Carrying a chunky boot capacity of 335 litres, I think the Fit is a leader in its class. However, if you are satisfied with the boot capacity of the current generation Honda Fit, you may feel happier to know that Honda is already preparing the next generation Honda Fit that carries a total of 400 litres when it comes to bringing along your stuffs. Yes, you heard it right, it's the 2014 all new Honda Fit that's in the works! The car will make its first bow to the public of its home country by the end of 2013, after which it will also go global. But thanks to these accompanying Japanese scans, we're not going to have to wait that long just to know how the car will possibly look like. These scans manage to show us some parts of the car, including the interior and possible colour choices - two of which seem to be very bright neon colours - that Honda will be offering for its latest Fit. While the car is supposed to play in the B-segment still, it has grown a little, by 60mm (that's around a little above 2 inches). So, the car now measures 3,960mm. Well, don't be disappointed if you're keen on practicality that comes from a smaller size. The smaller the size of the car is, the easier it is for you to manoeuver through traffic, right? But, the good news is that passengers will have more spacious legroom, thanks to the wheelbase that now has a length of 80mm. This growth in size is probably partially due to the new architecture the car is being built upon. I believe it is this new architecture that Honda will also use in order to produce its very first SUV/crossover in the B-segment. Well, honestly, the car looks modern and is also prettier than the previous generation Honda Fit, although it does look kind of boxy in a few spots. The car also borrows a transparent nose that we've come to know from the Honda Civic hatchback of the previous generation. Now, let's get to the most important part of a car - under the hood. With the 2014 Honda Fit, we'll have the privilege to choose between a 1.2-litre and a 1.4-litre VTEC petrol engines. And, if we choose the latter, we'll also be able to choose a six-speed automatic transmission. Yet, for those who live in the European continents of this world, a 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine that produces 120bhp is also an available option. Actually, I would say that there's still one engine that Honda will probably offer with its 2014 all new Fit. That would be the hybrid engine with a total capacity of 1,500cc in addition to a power output of 110bhp. This engine is previously used by the Civic as well. However, this engine will only see the light of day provided that the seemingly hybrid car pictured in the scans is actually a hybrid car indeed. Despite a bigger size than its older brother, the car maintains a light weight. This is possible thanks to the fact that the head and block utilises aluminium alloy. So, with its bigger size that makes for more spacious legrooms, do you think that the 2014 All New Honda Fit is still practical enough for you to be interested in? If you feel like sharing your thoughts, the comment section below may be your best friend.
  23. Hi all bro/sis, does anyone here knows of any work shop / mechanics that have hands on experience with honda jazz/fit. My buddy and i are pretty concern of our cars landing in some work shop that understand nothing about our cars. FYI : there are some mechanics who replenishes CVT fluid with normal automactic gearbox oil and give you confused looks when you he says "What??!? your car has 8 spark plugs?"
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