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S$350 should be able to get you the base units, but they should support Apple CarPlay.
Depending on what brands you are looking for, they have various dealers around Singapore.
« on: August 11, 2019, 01:48:06 AM »
Honda Vezel is definitely the #1 competitor to the C-HR!
« on: August 11, 2019, 01:45:52 AM »
Quite normal on Swift these age. Change out the O-ring or gasket and re-tighten and all should be good again.
Be sure to check the engine oil level to make sure not too much oil has leaked out. Top up if necessary.
You can upgrade the headunit to an aftermarket one. Price can range from S$200+ up till S$1000+.
Some popular brands are Alpine, Pioneer, Kenwood, etc.
All the latest units should support Apple CarPlay, Android Auto so on and so forth.
Maybe let us know your budget and the members can suggest something?
« on: May 20, 2019, 03:17:38 PM »
Anyone find the ride for 2016 vitara too stiff or uncomfortable over uneven surface? Do you think is suspension or tyre issue? Anyone upgrade the shock / coilover? Please advise, thank you
Have you checked your tyre pressures? If it is within OEM specs, then it would seem that the suspension is too hard. Not sure if you are using aftermarket coilovers (in which case you can adjust them softer). Otherwise, you can consider getting new OEM struts or even aftermarket coilovers so you will have better adjustability.
It is normal for a car to idle higher when doing a "cold-start". 1,500rpm sounds about right for a "cold-start" idle and 900rpm thereafter sounds perfectly fine as well. You don't have anything to worry about.
« on: May 08, 2019, 08:07:22 PM »
Frequency: 315mHz OR 433mHz
Transponder Chip: ID46
Seems there are a couple of frequencies depending on the market.
Why not bring to a key duplication shop and just get them to do it? Or even Champion Motors?