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Honda City Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    The 2020 Honda City brings the fight alongside the 2020 Nissan Almera and the Toyota Vios. With four well-specced variants (S, E, V and RS), the City also marks the world premiere of the 1.5-litre i-MMD petrol-electric hybrid engine found in the RS. Across the range, the petrol variants get a new 1.5-litre, DOHC, naturally-aspirated inline-four making 121 PS and 145 Nm. Features include rear air-conditioning vents on all variants, LED head and tail lights, Honda LaneWatch, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support and RS-exclusive Honda Sensing.  

  • Exterior

    2020 Honda City Gallery


    It’s a smoother look than the previous generation’s angular shape. LED combination tail lights (standard on all variants) give a premium touch and there’s a choice of 6 colours.  


    The Honda City measures: 4,553 x 1,748 x 1,467 mm

    2020 Honda City Dimensions
    Length 4,553 mm
    Width  1,748 mm
    Height 1,467 mm
    Wheelbase 2,600 mm


    S and E variants get halogen headlamps while V and the RS gets LED reflectors. LED DRLs and LED combination tail lights are standard across the range.


    The base S and E variants get 15-inch wheels while it’s the same 16-inch wheel designs on the V and RS - except those on the RS are bi-coloured.  

  • Interior

    Centre Console

    Standard with spaces for your phone, wallet and drinks.  


    Like most of the car, the interior has been redesigned. Initial impressions are great, the dashboard is pleasing to look at and feels good, and the dual-tone on the V variant makes it a touch more premium.


    It fits adults comfortably and it’s very spacious inside.   


    S, E and V variants get a 519-litre boot, while the RS gets a smaller one at 409-litres - the space is taken up by the high-voltage battery pack. 

  • Features

    2020 Honda City Specs and Features

    Safety Feature

    Besides the usual ABS with EBD, the City comes with a minimum of 4 airbags (S and E). While both the V and RS have 6 airbags and Honda Lanewatch, the Honda Sensing suite is reserved only for the range-topper.   

    Comfort Feature

    Paddle shifters are standard from E variant onwards (RS gets a deceleration selector paddle). Fabric upholstery and seats for S and E variants, while there’s leather items on the V and RS.  


    The S gets a regular, Bluetooth-enabled infotainment system with 4 speakers. Spring for the E, V and RS if you want the 8-inch infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support. The higher-end variants (V and RS) also get 8 speakers.   

  • Powertrain


    Honda has 2 engines on offer for the City. The standard 1.5-litre engine dispenses 120 Honda has 2 engines on offer for the City. The standard 1.5-litre, DOHC, naturally aspirated engine outputs 121 PS and 145 Nm, and the 1.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid makes 98 PS through the engine and 108 PS through the motor. Torque is 127 Nm from the engine and 253 Nm from the motor.


    Petrol variants get a CVT, while the RS has an e-CVT.   


    All variants get an electric power steering.   


    All are front-wheel drive.  

  • Conclusion

    While we are yet to review the City, the specs sheet on paper looks promising for buyers of a B-segment sedan, and could be able to continue the momentum of the outgoing City.   

Honda City FAQ

  • What does the City compete with?

    • DJamad


      The City competes against:

      Toyota Vios - Starting at RM 76,100
      Nissan Almera - Starting at RM 79,906
      Mazda 2 Sedan - Starting at RM 103,670
      Volkswagen Vento - Starting at RM 84,690  

  • How much is the Honda City?

    • Camille


      The Honda City comes in four variants:

      1.5 S - RM 76,800
      1.5 E - RM 84,800
      1.5 V - RM 89,800
      1.5 RS - RM TBC  

  • What features are on the City?

    • mycar0


      Every variant gets 60:40 split fold seats and rear air-cond vents but that's where the similarities end. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is available on the E, V and RS variants, LaneWatch is available on the V and RS variants. If you want the best of the best though - including Honda Sensing - then RS is the variant you should go for. 


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