Comfortable and reliable car
I bought this car over 3 years ago when it first came out in 2014 and am happy with the car. Smooth when driving and interior design is good. The rear seats and boot space are very roomy. Rear camera is standard which is good to have, and comes in handy when reversing. Didn't think I would get use to the reversing camera, but it's a great feature to have. Overall, the Honda City is a very comfortable, reliable and easy to handle car for everyday use.
Lack of grunt when you need it especially with 4 adults on board and on gradient, high road noise and drown the radio sound
Lack of water bottle space and the dash does not attract , no useful features
Did not ancounter any breakdown , Honda reliability , fair fuel consumption on overall driving, 9 litre per 100 km.
Bloody quality car!!
Driving quality stands up against many other types of cars currently available. It has a smooth take off and holds a good speed under cruise control. $40 a week for fuel but that’s for 600-650kms which is really reliable.
Only issue that I can think of is little rattles that can’t seem to be found in the interior of the car, coming from dashboard
Horrible Infotainment System
Don't allow the marketing of the Infotainment system to sway your opinion in purchasing this vehicle. The system is HORRIBLE. When you get past the bundle of cables required to connect, you have to download an app from the Apple App Store - have a look at all of the 1-Star reviews and comments on this app. It doesn't allow you to use your native Apple apps (iTunes, Maps, etc...) instead it has its own apps which are just crap. It has a GPS app, but it will cost you $120.00 to unlock it, or it dies in 7 days.
Just a rubbish system that Honda has ignored.
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Lots going for it but not without faults
Drives well. Handling is good for a small car. Reasonably quite. Economical. Some very good design features - large boot, excellent back seat room, reversing camera, good seats. Some not so good features - back window not so good for vision, limited leg room in front seats. Reliability so far good, but only done 20,000 klm. Servicing every 6 months is a bit over the top this day and age. DId have a shudder in the front brakes on steep decline at 80 klm per hour. Seems to have improved (may have picked up a rock).
The most disappointing aspect ...
Service above and beyond
Honda city were a pleasure to deal with
. They found me insurance way cheaper than what I would have got elsewhere. I couldn't get time off work so they brought the car to me
I don't need finance but they had a great rate on offer. Thanks so much honda
The car is very easy to drive, the seats are excellent. Love the interior, except I would have preferred the interior to be much lighter in colour than boring black. Engine a little noisy when starting off, but otherwise very quite. The suspension is very good for a medium sized car. The leg room is amazing, and the boot is huge. The vision in this car is excellent compared to a lot of new cars. I drive our new car very gently, and am getting excellent fuel consumption figures of around 4.9 to 5.2 litres per 100 kms in the country. The exterior design of the body and interior is very clean, practical and functional. This is the second time we've bought a Honda, and have found both cars to be quality built. I would recommend this car.
Very sleek and good looking
Honda City drives so smoothly and quietly on the road and feels light to maneuvre. It has an excellent body contour , comfortable leg room, and quality interior fittings that makes it look so luxurious. It's also very economical on petrol. One problem is the use of a smaller sized battery which could go flat in a shorter time than normal if you accidentally leave the light on inside the car. Also, the contour of the car makes it quite difficult to safely check for oncoming cars when changing lanes to the left side of the road.
Perfect car for family!
This car have lots of space not just the legroom but also the boot. We do lots of travelling so we do need lots of space for our luggage. The running cost is very efficient, there's an option of using eco where the fuel consumption can become low. Not regretting to buy this as a family car!
|Transmission||Continuously Variable (CVT)|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Fuel Consumption||5.8 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||40 L|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 1.5L|
|Max Power||88kW @ 6600rpm|
|Max Torque||145Nm @ 4600rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Thailand|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)|
|Release date||Jan 2015|
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