Honda’s best-selling model in Malaysia gets an update, but does it live up to its reputation in our review? Here’s one for the fuss-free city driver.
The new Honda City is almost like the Mr. Nice Guy of all the other cars in its range. It’s reliable, economical, and easy on the eyes too.
It may not have the flash of Honda’s more exuberant turbo-charged road warriors, but the City’s never been about all that now, has it? It’s here to be your ideal, comfortable and middle-class swanky daily driver; making sure you get to work, the shops and everywhere else, with benefits of convenience and a cup holder for your afternoon latte.
So here we with the all-new Honda City.
Looks have been slightly tweaked and sharpened up from the old model, and some new equipment has been thrown in as well. Unfortunately, the base model was all Honda could spare us on the days we had it, so the circumstances have it that we keep things to basics.
Testing it will be me, Jean Goon; Editor for MSN - not your average petrol-sniffing guy - GIRL. So here’s what is essentially all you’ll really need to know about the new Honda City, minus all the drooling over whose turbo’s bigger than whose.
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