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2018 Honda City

RM 75,930 (RM 925 per month) 925 per month (RM 75,930)
Key Highlights
Sport Hybrid delivers acceleration like a 1.8-litre engine ESP standard across the range Spacious interior with comfortable ride
Powerful engine performance with great fuel efficiency Full LED lighting in the highest V grade Large network of 3S and 4S centres

Overview

The 2018 Honda City competes in the B-segment and rivals models such as the Nissan Almera, Mazda 2 Sedan, Toyota Vios and Volkswagen Vento. Originally launched in 2015, the City received a comprehensive facelift in 2017 that brought about an updated appearance along with improved levels of equipment.

The new-look 2017 City gets dual tone alloy wheels, redesigned bumpers, and, exclusive to the range-topping V grade - LED headlights, tail lights, front fog lamps, and 16-inch wheels. All variants get integrated LED daytime running lights as standard. With the fitment of VSA now standard across the range, the City gets a full 5-star rating by ASEAN NCAP.

The petrol line-up starts with the 1.5 S at RM75,930 OTR without insurance. The top of the range 1.5 V is priced at RM89,240, whilst the recently-added Hybrid model is price at RM89,200.

Sharing its mechanicals with the Jazz hatchback, the four-door City is powered by a naturally aspirated 1.5-litre inline-four i-VTEC engine with power rated at 120 PS at 6,600 rpm and 145Nm of torque at 4,600 rpm. All variants send power to the front wheels via a continuously variable automatic transmission and claim to return a fuel efficiency of 17.5 km/L .

The City Sport Hybrid features a 1.5-litre DOHC i-VTEC engine with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) mated to a 30 PS electric motor that sends drive to the front wheels. Together with the petrol engine, the petrol-electric hybrid combination makes 137 hp and 170 Nm, which Honda Malaysia says is equivalent to a 1.8-litre naturally aspirated engine. The Sport Hybrid is also capable of driving in electric mode (EV) at start up and coast with pure electric at speeds of up to 70 km/h. 

The City Sport Hybrid returns a very impressive fuel efficiency of 25.6 km/L. 

Notable comfort and convenience feature include cruise control, paddle shift, rear air conditioning vents and multi-angle reverse camera.

More details:

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1496 cc - 1497cc
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 75,930 - RM 89,240

Variations

2018 Honda City 1.5 S

From RM 75,930

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Reviews

  • Eric

    2017 Honda City Hybrid - Sporting Intentions

    When you first lay your eyes on the new Honda City Hybrid, you’ll be forgiven if you can’t immediately identify it as a hybrid model. After all, the new hybrid version of the Honda City carries over most of its visual cues from the Grade E variant of the City it’s based on, with the addition of three hybrid emblems and LED tail lights.

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