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Established in year 2000, Honda Malaysia is a partnership between Honda Motor Co. Ltd. of Japan, DRB-HICOM Berhad and Oriental Holdings Berhad. Nearly all of the models offered in Malaysia are locally assembled in the Pegoh plant in Melaka. And virtually all models are popular in Malaysia, including the Honda City, Jazz, CR-V, HR-V, BR-V, Civic and Accord. The fully imported cars like the Odyssey and Civic Type R sell in smaller volume. Find out the latest news, reviews, prices, specifications and promos for all Honda models currently on sale in Malaysia

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Honda Cars ListPrice
Honda Jazz PriceNot On Sale
Honda City PriceRM 84,900 - 111,900
Honda City Hatchback PriceRM 78,900 - 109,900
Honda BR-V PriceNot On Sale
Honda HR-V PriceRM 115,900 - 141,900
Honda Civic PriceRM 131,900 - 166,500
Honda CR-V PriceRM 169,900 - 195,900
Honda Accord PriceNot On Sale
Honda Odyssey PriceNot On Sale
Honda Civic Type R PriceRM 399,900
Honda WR-V PriceRM 89,900 - 107,900
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Honda Cars in Malaysia

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While Thailand’s automotive market is still mostly dominated by Japanese brands, the battery electric vehicle (BEV) segment is controlled by the Chinese. Thanks to incentives, the Kingdom’s BEV market saw a 684% growth in sales last year and is expected to continue to rise in 2024. In late 2023, Honda Thailand announced itself as the first mainstream Japanese carmaker to begin local production (CKD) of a BEV model. The Honda e:N1, the name given to the Thai market version of the European-spec e:
The concept of having multiple protagonists is something not a lot of literature attempts all too often, but damn if it isn't memorable when the best writers nail it. That it opens up wider possibilities to expand the characters and the tales they tell is another benefit. Overview: 2024 Honda CR-V 1.5 V turbo Price RM 181,900.00 Segment C-segment SUV Engine 1.5L turbo 4-cyl Transmission CVT Power & torque 193 PS/243 Nm (combined system output) Claimed fuel economy 7.0 - 7.5L/100 km Origin CKD, P
Honda has announced updates for the Japanese-market 2024 Honda HR-V – or Vezel as it’s known there. Prices have yet to be announced, as the model will only go on sale there in mid-2024. Aesthetically, the 2024 Vezel will sport an updated front bumper and grille design; the latter being wider but thinner than before. At the rear, the LED rear taillights have been updated with a revised light signature. Additional colours are also available now, notably Botanical Green, Seabed Blue and Slate Gray,
In response to the burgeoning demand in the used car market, Honda Malaysia is expanding their Honda Certified Used Car (HCUC) network, setting up an additional 32 sales hubs nationwide. This significant expansion aims to meet the increasing number of customers seeking pre-owned Honda vehicles or looking to trade in their current ones. HCUC services are available in the company's showrooms across the country since 2022. Vehicles under the HCUC banner have been given a comprehensive 288-point ins
Today, Honda Malaysia unveiled its business roadmap for 2024, including a 95,000-unit sales goal for 12.8% market share in our market. The goal also includes the introduction of two new models, one of which could be the Honda City Hatchback facelift. Mr. Hironobu Yoshimura, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Malaysia, remarked, "Despite the anticipated challenges in the automotive industry in 2024, Honda Malaysia remains steadfast in its pursuit of elevating success to new he
Honda Japan announced prices for the 11th-generation Honda Accord a little more than 6 months after booking orders were opened. Only one hybrid variant is offered with prices starting from JPY 5,449,400 (~RM 173k). With the discontinuation of the Legend, the Accord is the sole sedan model offered by Honda in Japan. The Civic is only available as a hatchback in the land of the rising sun. Indeed, the Accord’s suggested retail price is higher than the top variant of the Chinese-built Honda Odyssey

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Honda Comparison

Honda User Reviews

2.8

2022 Honda HR-V RS e:HEV

Pros
Yes good good good good good good good good good good good
Cons
Yes good good good good good good good good good good good
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5.0

2022 Honda City Hatchback RS e:HEV

Pros
最適合的人生第一台汽車就屬本田「HONDA CITY」,1.5小車有超大的乘坐空間、換檔撥片、後座冷氣出風口、觸控冷氣空調面板、CVT無段變速箱超級省油、後座傾倒、ISOFIX兒童安全座椅扣、六顆安全氣囊、胎壓偵測器、循跡防滑系統主被動安全配件,不到70萬的價格就能買到頂級車的配備。評測「HONDA CITY」試駕開箱心得,HONDA CITY 真的是一台CP值超高的車哦。
Cons
評測「HONDA CITY」試駕開箱心得,HONDA CITY 真的是一台CP值超高的車哦。建议购入哦
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4.5

2022 Honda City Hatchback 1.5 V Sensing

Pros
1. Fuel consumption great. 2. Good stock speaker. 3. V Sensing do helps alot 4. Love the ultra seats. 5. Lots of exterior mods.
Cons
1. Ratling from rear bonet. Mileage 10k km. 2. Poor screen resolution. 3. No front sensor? Like seriously? 4. Noise cvt 5. Front air vent direct to drives hand on the steering.
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4.2

2018 Honda BR-V 1.5 V

Pros
The best engine, powerful in it's class. The best handling in it's class. Very fuel efficient (Bangi-Kangar 32.08km/l). The best brake performance in it's class. Roomy. High ground clearance. Available spareparts (some are costless). The best seat for driver in it's class. Cold AC (almost all time just need 28c).
Cons
Noisy cabin. Leather for seats is hard. Big blindspot for A-pillar. Not enough compartment/shelf for 7 peoples to stuffed things. Lack of features (it's dayNnight different than the upcoming BRV)
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3.3

2018 Honda City 1.5 V

Pros
Good for day-to-day drive. Fuel consumption avg 15km/L.
Cons
On-time servicing, CVT chain breakdown at ~100k. 6 months later CVT slip again, tow to workshop. It no longer give a confidence driving experience. Slight bumpy rear seat which is still acceptable.
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Honda Car FAQs in Malaysia

How much is a Honda car in Malaysia?

The cheapest Honda car price is the Honda City Hatchback RM 78,900 and the highest price is the Honda Civic Type R RM 399,900

How many models does Honda have?

Honda has 11 models and 28 variants for you to choose from.

Does Honda have an SUV model?

Honda SUV Cars: Honda HR-V, Honda CR-V, Honda WR-V