It's Mugen Time for New Honda Vezel Small Crossover

As a subsidiary of Honda, Mugen doesn’t have to wait at all before it releases its goods for the Japanese automaker’s cars. In fact, Mugen comes out with a complete range of aftermarkets products at the same time that Honda begins sales of a new model, which is the case for the Vezel.

While certainly not for all tastes, Mugen’s styling accessories do give the small crossover a more distinct character with the use of a new front grille assembly and apron that covers half the bumper, matching-color wheel arch plastic surrounds, side skirts, rear apron and roof spoiler.

There are a number of different alloy wheel designs in 18-inches to choose from, with Mugen also offering a sports exhaust with twin pipes for both the regular and hybrid powertrains, a lowered suspension, brake kits and a carbon fiber trim kit for the interior.



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