Honda

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 77,600 - 108,800
Honda City Hatchback PriceRM 78,600 - 109,800
Honda BR-V PriceRM 90,700 - 97,700
Honda HR-V PriceRM 114,800 - 140,800
Honda Civic PriceRM 130,700 - 166,500
Honda CR-V PriceRM 146,900 - 171,400
Honda Accord PriceRM 187,400 - 197,400
Honda Odyssey PriceRM 275,311
Honda Civic Type R PriceRM 330,002
Honda WR-V PriceUpcoming
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Honda Cars in Malaysia

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Honda News in Malaysia

Honda overtakes Toyota to claim No.1 position in Thailand's hybrid car sales for 2022

Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co. Ltd. announced on Thailand that it finished 2022 as Thailand’s No.1 seller of electrified (xEV) vehicles, with 26,660 units of hybrids (HEVs) sold. Honda says it now has a 30 percent market share of Thailand’s xEV market. Thailand is probably the only market where Honda sells more hybrids than world-leader and hybrid pioneer Toyota. The reason is quite simple, Honda sells a wider range of affordable hybrids than Toyota, at least in Thailand. Honda Thailand sells 5

Honda HR-V narrowly misses Corolla Cross as Thailand's number one SUV in 2022

As we are about to enter the second month of 2023, most car manufacturers would have already released their sales figures for 2022. Over in our northern neighbour, the Toyota Corolla Cross came out on top once again as Thailand’s best-selling compact SUV in 2022. Source This is the third time the Corolla Cross has taken the best-selling title in the segment in Thailand since it debuted back in 2020. In 2022, a total of 20,979 units of the crossover Corolla were sold in the Kingdom according to d

Owner review: Sporty and Practical, you can have it all. My 2016 Honda Civic

Basic information of my car: 2016 Honda Civic FC, TC Reasons why I bought this car For my Daily Transport use and also travel a lot for long distance Drive Car selection process I had a budget of: Around 100k – 150k. Models that I have considered include: Mazda3, Toyota Altis, Ford Focus. Reasons why I chose this car: Comparing with other Choices, the most important is Civic have the great infotainment (Able connect to android auto/apple carplay) at that period of time. I like the shape of the r

Owner Review: The trustworthy SUV, Her retirement car- MY 2020 Honda CR-V 2.0L 2WD

** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia https://forum.wapcar.my/ I was looking for a new family automobile or one that was more suitable for retirement in November of the year 2020 for a member of my family who had previously had a 2013 Honda CR-V 2.0. While she is transitioning out of her role as manager, she intends to purchase a brand-new SUV. She was working with a budget

Owner Review: The one that got away, My 2014 Honda Jazz GK5

** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia https://forum.wapcar.my/ Basic information of my car: Honda Jazz GK5 2014 Reasons why I bought this car My previous car was stolen, and I need a car as soon as possible for my daily use. Hence I was riding a bike and my mom was dead worry, she been pushing me to find a car quick. After I gotten my insurance claims, plus a few thousands f

Buying a new Honda? Find the best deals and test drive your favourite model at Pavilion Bukit Jalil this weekend

The Honda booth at the WapCar Auto Show in Pavilion Bukit Jalil is one of the most popular attractions at the event. Despite having to contend with a slew of newly launched / previewed models like the 2022 Mazda CX-8 (now with a 2.5-litre turbocharged engine), CKD 7-seater Kia Carnival, Kia EV6, CKD Mercedes-AMG A35 and GLA 35 – all making the first public debut at the event, Honda’s line-up remains the common man’s favourite. Families also love the children’s art activity area. Visitors who fil

Honda Videos in Malaysia

2022 Honda HR-V ‘V’ 1.5 Turbo Review in Malaysia, Just About Right for Anyone!

2022 Honda Civic e:HEV 2.0 i-MMD Hybrid Review in Malaysia with 315 Nm of torque!

2022 Honda HR-V 1.5 V in Malaysia, Turbo Power!

2022 Honda HR-V 1.5 e:HEV RS Review, Superbly Smart & Sexy Family SUV

2022 Honda CR-V Black Edition 1.5 in Malaysia, Mean Family SUV!

Honda Comparison

Honda User Reviews

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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5.0

Honda Civic 1.8S (2017)

Pros
1.I can drive with a heavy foot and be less guilty because the CVT transmission is very efficient 2.CVT doesn't feel laggy, quite responsive to throttle feed 3.Lesser maintenance compared to the 1.5T engine 4.Lesser power = parts more reliable 5.Good fuel consumption
Cons
1.Outside noise can be a little intrusive 2.Mediocre audio quality from the sound system 3.CVT jerk between 20-40km/h
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4.0

Honda City 1.5 E (2014)

Pros
1. Vey fuel-efficient 2. Class-only rear A/C vents 3. Spacious cabin and boot
Cons
1. Exterior parts are poorly assembled 2. Rattles and squeaks in the dashboard 3. Water leaks inside the cabin
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5.0

2020 Honda City 1.5L V

Pros
1.Very powerful aircon 2.Excellent sound speakers 3.Easy to read meters 4.Very responsive controls and steering wheel
Cons
Reverse camera quality is a bit low
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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 RM 77,600 and the highest price is the Honda Civic Type R RM 330,002

How many models does Honda have?

Honda has 11 models and 26 variants for you to choose from.

Does Honda have an SUV model?

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