The Honda HR-V, the best selling sub-compact SUV, Crossover in the country, sees pricing adjusted to RM 101,500 for the base HR-V 1.8L S till RM 121,500 for the 1.8L V grade. The Honda Jazz and City’s prices are adjusted RM 73,800 until 89,400 (Jazz offered in three grades) and RM 76,100 till 92,000 (City grades S, S+, E and V).
Next up the Honda Civic, due for its tenth-generation soon enough, is offered in three grades for the domestic market. Despite a slight mark up, the Civic remains largely similar to its previous retail pricing; the base Civic 1.8S is now valid for RM 116,400, while the 2.0S runs at RM 128,300 and 2.0 Navi Civic is listed at RM 135,900. Optional accessories available for the Civic include MUGEN Full package, Aero, Modulo, Window films and CSE Connex; with prices ranging from RM 1,500 until RM 8.505.40 for the MUGEN full package.
The Honda CR-V gains a price hike from RM 141,900 until 172,600 for the base 2.0 2WD, 2.0 4WD and 2.4 4WD versions. Options for the CR-V comprise of the Aero, Elegant, Urban and Utility packages, alongside window films and CSE security system; with listed prices from RM 1,500 till RM 5,881.80.
In the large sedan and MPV classes, both Honda Accord and Odyssey have had slight price revisions for the year. Following the recent announcement by Honda Malaysia, the Accord starts from RM 141,100 for the base 2.0 VTi and goes up to RM 178,200 for the Accord 2.4VTi-L. The Accord is entitled to the Premium Sports, Aero Sports and Premium Utility packages as optional accessories, along with the valid window film and security system. Meantime, the Honda Odyssey, only in 2.4L EXV option, is valued at RM 255,500 for the new year. The Odyssey, being a CBU variant, only comes with the window film and security system as optional accessories.
All Honda vehicles are attached with the 5-year warranty, six free services and 10,000 km preventive maintenance interval. The revised prices all include comprehensive insurance charges and GST.