How much is the new Honda City road tax price? Check the latest Honda City road tax cost in Malaysia 2023 with the help of the Honda City road tax calculator. Honda City road tax price is RM 90-RM 90.
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Enough of SUVs and MPVs as sedans and hatchbacks also have their own followers. Come 2023 and there are a number of brand-new sedans and hatchbacks that are Malaysia-bound. As the year goes by, we predict that there are roughly 7 new sedans and hatchbacks that Malaysians can look forward to. 2023 Perodua Axia Rendered image by Theophilus Chin Kicking this list off is the 2023 Perodua Axia. Codenamed D74A, this new A-segment hatchback will most likely be underpinned by the tried-and-tested DNGA p
New year, new prices. That adage is a joy if it’s a price decrease but as we have seen by the likes of Toyota and BMW, the new year sees a price increase in some of its models. However, Honda Malaysia has assured that it will not be increasing prices for now. "Despite the current challenging situation, Honda Malaysia will maintain its car prices as of now. Our priority is to continue providing the highest quality products and deliver to customers in a timely manner," said a Honda spokesperson. S
After its sudden appearance in Thailand, India is the second known country to spot a camouflaged 2023 Honda City (GN-series) sedan, which is going to be facelifted model. As opposed to the one spotted in Thailand, the set of photos show a more obfuscated car. Usually, this hints a more thorough rework of a car's visuals – think fresh front- and rear bumpers, and perhaps new wheels. Also read: Spied: 2022 Honda City (GN-series) facelift aims for all-new Vios, what will it gain? Indian sources say
There is a common phrase said amongst car enthusiasts’ circles, “life is too short to drive boring cars”. Of course, anyone would jump at the chance to drive a classic Alfa Romeo or BMW, but 99 percent of the time, a practical and reliable car that gets the job done is all we need. After all, what use is a cool car if cannot carry your luggage and breaks down half the time? This brings me to the (GM6) Honda City, albeit ubiquitous and lacking pizazz – it is quite possibly one of the best sedans
As of October 2022, Honda has sold 67,190 cars in Thailand, giving it a 23.5 percent market share of the passenger car market (including SUVs). The figure places Honda in second place behind Toyota’s 29.4 percent. The figure above does not include commercial vehicles like the Hilux, Hiace, and pick-up truck-based SUVs like the Fortuner, segments which Honda are not present in. Honda sells 7 models in Thailand, out of which 5 are available as hybrids. Only the Honda BR-V and Honda CR-V are not av
First launched in 2017, the Honda City (GM7) and (GP5) Jazz Sport Hybrid i-DCD variants were Honda’s answer for buyers who wanted class-leading fuel efficiency and zippy power in a relatively affordable vehicle. At launch the GM7 City and GP5 Jazz Hybrid were the most affordable hybrid vehicles on sale in Malaysia, crucially dipping under the RM 100k mark, priced at RM 89.2k and RM 87.5k respectively. Also read: Review: Honda City Hybrid – electrified performance for the masses Five years on, us