Prices confirmed from RM 76k, 2022 Honda City Hatchback remains pricier than Toyota Yaris

Sanjay · Jan 7, 2022 09:25 PM

Prices confirmed from RM 76k, 2022 Honda City Hatchback remains pricier than Toyota Yaris 01

Having launched with estimated prices exactly a month ago, Honda Malaysia has now confirmed prices for the 2022 Honda City Hatchback in Malaysia – at least for the S, E, V variants.

Prices for the hybrid City Hatchback RS e:HEV will be announced at a later date.

 

2022 Honda City Hatchback prices in Malaysia
Variant Price
1.5 S

RM 75,669.45

(est. price: RM 75,670)

1.5 E

RM 83,075.73

(est. price: RM 83,080)

1.5 V

RM 87,856.36

(est. price: RM 87,860)

RS e:HEV TBA
OTR w/o insurance, SST-free prices valid until 30-June 2022

Prices confirmed from RM 76k, 2022 Honda City Hatchback remains pricier than Toyota Yaris 01

City Hatchback RS e:HEV (red), with the white V variant

With a range like this, the City Hatchback is more expensive than the Toyota Yaris across the board. For comparison, the Yaris range starts from RM 70,940 (1.5 J) before topping out at RM 84,808 for the 1.5 G.

Also read: WapCar COTY 2021: Toyota Yaris – Our favourite Affordable Car of the Year

Honda City Hatchback in Malaysia

Prices confirmed from RM 76k, 2022 Honda City Hatchback remains pricier than Toyota Yaris 02

Refresh, one of the 4 modes. This is the RS variant, characterised by suede/leather seats, and red detailing

The locally-assembled model (CKD Pegoh, Melaka) replaces the Honda Jazz in our region, but keeps its popular, multi-way foldable Ultra seats – a standard fitment across all four variants.

Also read: SEA countries dropping Honda Jazz for City Hatchback, except Singapore, why?

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1.5 V variant shown

Three out of the four variants are powered by a regular combustion engine, with the 1.5-litre naturally-aspirated mill paired to a CVT automatic. Power output from the DOHC i-VTEC four-pot is 121 PS, with 145 Nm of torque.

Prices confirmed from RM 76k, 2022 Honda City Hatchback remains pricier than Toyota Yaris 04

The yet-to-be-priced RS will port over the City RS Sedan's dual-motor Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) hybrid powertrain, which sees its 1.5-litre Atkinson cycle i-VTEC engine (98 PS & 127 Nm) mated to an electric motor (108 PS and 253 Nm).

Also read: Here’s why the all-new 2020 Honda City RS with i-MMD doesn’t need a gearbox

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Honda Sensing is available, but that so far remains an RS-exclusive feature. Besides the requisite passive safety functions, the S and E variants get 4 airbags, while the V and RS bumps that up to 6.

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Hard and fast numbers aside, we've taken both the regular and petrol-electric City Hatchbacks out for a spin already, and you can read them as linked below. Meanwhile, the cars are now available for viewing at Honda showrooms nationwide.

Also read: Review: 2022 Honda City Hatchback RS in Malaysia – Jazz won't be missed, Yaris should be afraid

Review: 2022 Honda City Hatchback 1.5 V in Malaysia – The more traditional, non-hybrid Yaris competitor

Sanjay

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With humble beginnings collecting diecast models and spending hours virtually tuning dream cars on the computer, his love of cars has delightfully transformed into a career. Sanjay enjoys how the same passion for cars transcends boundaries and brings people together.

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