All New Honda City 2023 has 5 different colors available: Crystal Black Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Passion Red Pearl. All Honda City colours options images can be found here!
Crystal Black Pearl
Honda City 2023 has 773 images and photos, includes 361 interior images & photos, 337 exterior images & photos, 75 images of Honda City engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new Honda City 2023 here.
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Malaysia's B-segment sedan battle burns anew with the introduction of the 2023 Honda City facelift earlier this month; readying itself with new 'weapons' to take on the all-new 2023 Toyota Vios (AC100). Their prices are super similar, but which comes out on top? AC100 Toyota Vios vs 2023 Honda City prices Toyota Vios Honda City 1.5 E: RM 89,600 1.5 G: RM 95,500 1.5 S: RM 84,600 1.5 E: RM 89,900 1.5 V: RM 94,900 1.5 RS: RM 99,000 RS e:HEV: RM 111,900 Exterior features: Vios has upper hand The Vio
With the launch of the facelifted 2023 Honda City sedan earlier this month, the model's variant count has also went up by one – the RS petrol variant is the latest to join the line-up. With five variants in total now, it will take some thinking before you settle on your pick. This article aims to make that simpler for you by highlighting what's different and similar across variants. City 1.5 S: Not as bare as you think, a good Honda starter pack The base variant of the City (at RM 84,600) now is
The 2023 Honda City facelift was just revealed earlier this month, reloading its ammo to take on the 2023 Toyota Vios (AC100). If you’re deciding between the two B-segment sedans, drop by for a test drive this weekend at the Carlist Drive Auto Fair in Setia Alam. As always with this duo, the choice comes down to individual preferences. The updated City boasts a fresh appearance and a wealth of features, whereas the Vios seems to offer excellent value within both the sub-RM 90k and sub-RM 100k pr
If there's a company that makes perhaps some of the winningest hybrid powertrains around, that'd be Honda. Just ask Max Verstappen. Naturally with a good motorsports programme, some of that know-how trickles onto the cars you and I drive everyday – and in Honda's case, that's the City RS e:HEV, Civic RS e:HEV, and HR-V RS e:HEV. Also read: Review: 2023 Honda Civic (FE) e:HEV RS hybrid - Fast, cool fuel-sipper is the last stand against flood of SUVs These make up a big part of Honda Malaysia's in
Compared to Malaysians, Thais are more accepting of hybrid cars probably also due to the more expensive petrol prices over in the Kingdom. While Toyota might be the brand that many around the world see as the pioneer of hybrid vehicles, Honda is the most preferred brand for Thais when it comes to getting one. In 2022, Honda is ranked number one in terms of electrified vehicles (xEV) sales in Thailand with cumulative sales of 26,660 units which translate to a 30% market share. Honda offers 6 e:HE
2019 Honda City V i-VTEC 1.5
2019 Honda City V i-VTEC 1.5
2021 Honda City V i-VTEC 1.5