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There is no data about the fuel consumption of 2018 Honda City.
|The Fuel Consumption of 2018 Honda City|
|Variants||L/100 km Consumption|
|Honda City 1.5L S||No data|
|Honda City 1.5L E||No data|
|Honda City 1.5L V||No data|
|Honda City 1.5L Hybrid||No data|
It's my pleasure to answer this question. You might get a really good deal if the honda city low spec been properly repaired, but you'd be likely to have trouble selling the honda city low spec down the line (as other people would be cautious too) so that's something else to think about. It's super fit for Malaysian.
It's totally the same as the one above. The package in the honda city low spec includes an electric air inflator so basically you won’t have a problem regarding it. Nonetheless there are owners thinking that the air pump of the honda city low spec is quite flimsy and it’s a must to buy another as needed. Gotta say it's perfect that you already notice this.
The 2019 Honda City is the best selling non-national car in Malaysia. The B-segment sedan has dominated the market since its launch in 2014 when it made its arrival with VSC and traction control making it the safest car in its class compared to rivals Toyota Vios and Mazda 2. And the strength of the upcoming 2020 Honda City is only increasing. The current City's 1.5-litre engine dispenses 120 PS and 145 Nm. In 2017, Honda also introduced a Hybrid variant that produces 139 PS and 170 Nm combined and has a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. (Toyota Vios vs Honda City; How do they compare?)