How much is the new Honda City Hatchback road tax price? Check the latest Honda City Hatchback road tax cost in Malaysia 2023 with the help of the Honda City Hatchback road tax calculator. Honda City Hatchback road tax price is RM 90-RM 90.
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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
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
There is a quote that says progress is made only when progress can be measured – progress requires looking back, making changes, and then measuring how far we’ve come. Thus, to review the all-new Honda 2022 City Hatchback (HB), we must look to its immediate forebear, the (GK-generation) Honda Jazz, and in doing that, lies the quagmire. Don’t get me wrong, the all-new Honda City Hatchback is a brilliant product – it’s superbly designed, very practical, and perfectly pitched to draw a new generati
Hybrid cars are not new to Malaysians, seeing that they have been available in Malaysia for roughly 15 years with the introduction of the FD-generation Honda Civic Hybrid. And today, hybrids are even more popular, as manufacturers like Honda, Toyota, and Nissan all offer at least one hybrid model in their line-up here in Malaysia. More recently, Perodua has thrown their hat in the ring with the 2022 Perodua Ativa Hybrid. On one of the presentation slides that Perodua showed, the second national
It’s that time of the year again where we hand out awards for your favourite car. This time around, WapCar is partnering with Carlist for the People’s Choice Award and you, our dear reader, get the chance to vote for your favourite cars of the year. On top of that, you’ll stand a chance to win some cool prizes. There’s a total of 18 categories and 67 nominees in total, making it too long for all nominees to be mentioned here. For this article, we’re looking at B-segment model priced between RM 6
Honda Malaysia has delivered over 39,000 cars in the first half of 2022, up 60 percent when compared to the same six-month period in 2021. From the six months, March was an incredibly strong month for Honda, with more than 10,500 units sold. The results also gave Honda a 12 percent market share in Malaysia’s new car sales. With this, Honda Malaysia is confident that it can hit its 2022 sales target of 80,000 units. In terms of sales performance by models, the City was the best-selling model, con