On November 15, 2000, a partnership between Honda Motor Co. Ltd. of Japan and Oriental Holdings Berhad resulted in the launch of Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd. A company committed to offering the “Highest Customer Satisfaction in Malaysia.”
Honda Malaysia has since been a constant and competitive presence in the Malaysian car market. It overgrows each year that it builds a plant in Pegoh, Melaka. Honda Malaysia is not only positive about achieving high sales per year with this new factory, and it has further improved Honda’s credibility in Malaysia.
Honda Malaysia’s slogan “The Power of Dreams,” rides high. It stands for the ever-changing and growing needs of the future of better technology, along with higher interest.
All Honda Cars Model in Malaysia:
Honda Accord Malaysia
The Honda Accord debuted in 1976, one of the longest-running and most popular nameplates sold in Malaysia, cleverly packaged and high on pricing. Followed by nine waves, many to rave reviews, and countless industry awards. Accord is available as a sedan, and over the years, several body types have been sold, including coupes and a station wagon. The Agreement has developed over the years from reasonably easy, utilitarian transportation to a sophisticated family sedan, with a choice of hybrid or traditional powertrains and a complete addition to the latest safety and convenience features.
The latest 10th-generation of Honda Accord brought to the new level. Higher, more extensive, lighter, and running on a 2-inch wheelbase, the redesign of the 10th generation introduced a more aggressive look, new turbocharged engines, as well as additional engineering and safety features. Given a modest decrease in overall length, the interior became more spacious. A 192-horsepower, the 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine became standard, while the V-6 was retired in favor of a 252-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder.
Transmission options include an automatic continuous variable with the 1.5-liter and a new automatic 10-speed 2.0-liter transmission. Both engines can be fitted in Sport trim with a six-speed manual. New tech features included an optional 8-inch multimedia touchscreen interface, Wi-Fi aboard, a head-up display, and wireless phone charging. Standard protection features include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and a warning for lane departure.
Honda City Malaysia
Honda’s diminutive City first called Australia home as a two-seater bus in the mid-1980s, while the fifth generation City was introduced here in 2009 as a compact passenger car to sit under the Civic.The four-door, five-seater light sedan’s sixth-generation debuted in 2014, although it retained the same 1,5-liter naturally aspired four-cylinder petrol engine. It grew a little in height, and for size and width, its boot rivaled larger medium sedans.
The selection of prices for the Honda City varies according to the type of trim you select. The model was produced, beginning from RM 78,500. The Honda City is available in a range of models and body sizes, fuelled by type(s) of ULP petrol. It has an average fuel consumption starting at 5.9L/100 km for Sedan / ULP; the model was produced for the last year
It’s no wonder the Honda City and Jazz have identical interiors because they’re mechanically related. The former has a complex dashboard with an off-center interactive touchscreen interface, as these photos reveal. As a budget-friendly alternative, it does not have the most beautiful trim, and any leather trace is artificial.
Honda Civic Malaysia
The Honda Civic is the best known and most loved cars in the world, with its launch in its home country of Japan in 1972, having sold more than 19 million.
The price range for the Honda Civic varies according to the choice of trim level. The model was produced from RM 113,600. Honda Civic Sedan and Hatchback dimensions differ according to a year of manufacture and level of quality.
The interior of the Honda Civic is not as bold as its exterior, which is possibly a good thing. As these photos demonstrate, the layered dashboard has a definite slant, while a sizeable multifunction panel bisects the instrument cluster. While there’s some good soft padding, there’s still plenty of hard stuff and not the best quality leather.
The new Honda Civic is available in a range of models and body styles powered by the fuel types ULP, PULP, and Hyb / ULP. It has an average fuel consumption starting from 6.4L/100 km for Hatchback / ULP; the model was produced for the last year.
The Honda CR-V was the first-ever SUV of the Japanese corporation and was introduced worldwide in 1996. For Honda’s sales-wise, it’s a significant car and has served the company well in the first three generations. Locally, the brand’s fortunes were on a downward trajectory, with the parent company also playing catch-up with product ranges after it reigned in investment in the wake of the late 2000s global financial crisis.
The price range for the Honda CR-V differ according to your choice of trim level. The model was produced starting from RM 151,100.
As you can see in those images, the Honda CR-V largely mirrors its Civic sibling in terms of interior. A 7.0-inch digital touchscreen in all grades stands prominently in the middle of the dashboard, with features including Bluetooth connectivity, but lacks satellite navigation because of its Android Auto and Apple CarPlay software. We are not a fan of the touchscreen-only controls, including the volume regulator, as we much rather a physical knob or buttons. Second-row seats are comfortable although children can also use the third row accessible on specific grades. Remember that a leather interior is reserved for the top two categories, with the majority of the CR-V line-up fitted with an interior cloth.
The Honda CR-V is available in a range of models and body styles powered by fuel styles ULP and Diesel. It has an average fuel consumption starting from 7.6L/100 km for SUV / ULP; the model was produced for the last year.
As distinctive and fascinating as the small, constant four-wheel-drive SUV may have been, it has been discontinued after only two years on sale, following the introduction of a family-friendly five-door version in 2000 and the option of two Honda bullet-proof petrol engines.
The price range for the Honda HR-V differ according to your choice of trim level. The model was produced beginning RM 108,800.00.
The Honda HR-V is available in a range of variants and body styles, fuelled by type(s) of ULP petrol. It has an average fuel consumption starting at 6.6L/100 km for SUV / ULP; the model was manufactured for the last year.
It’s strange to think that as recently in 2002, the Honda launched the Jazz; the small hatch looks like it’s been around much longer.Combining the renowned practicality and durability of Honda in a city-friendly kit, the Jazz has been a thriving market contender, purchased by both first-time and long-term drivers alike. It has been available as a five-door hatchback with a four-cylinder engine all through its lifespan.
The Honda Jazz price range varies according to the amount of trim you select. The model was produced beginning at RM 75,300. The Honda Jazz is available in a range of models and body types powered by the fuel type(s) ULP and Hyb / ULP. It has an average fuel consumption starting from 6.2L/100 km for Hatchback / ULP; the model was produced for the last year.
Essential to the interior appeal of the Honda Jazz are its ‘magic’ rear seats that can be stowed with folded bases or folded backrests for versatility in carrying large loads. In the dashboard, as seen in these photos, you’ll find a 7.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with features including an HDMI input and an AUX port. Honda is trying to spruce up the interior in higher grades with touches of leather trim throughout the dashboard, as well as gloss-black accents.