Honda City Hatchback

From RM 78,600 - 109,800
RM 879 | 9 years
RM 1,066 | 7 years
RM 1,403 |  5 years


  • urban styling
  • updated safety features

Variant of the model

OTR Price
2022 Honda City Hatchback S
RM 78,600
RM 1,066.15
2022 Honda City Hatchback E
RM 86,600
RM 1,174.67
2022 Honda City Hatchback V
RM 91,600
RM 1,242.49
2022 Honda City Hatchback RS e-HEV
RM 109,800
RM 1,489.36
2022 Honda City Hatchback V Sensing
RM 95,600
RM 1,296.75
2022 Honda City Hatchback S
OTR Price Monthly
RM 78,600 RM 1,066.15
2022 Honda City Hatchback E
OTR Price Monthly
RM 86,600 RM 1,174.67
2022 Honda City Hatchback V
OTR Price Monthly
RM 91,600 RM 1,242.49
2022 Honda City Hatchback RS e-HEV
OTR Price Monthly
RM 109,800 RM 1,489.36
2022 Honda City Hatchback V Sensing
OTR Price Monthly
RM 95,600 RM 1,296.75
Car loan monthly installment
3 Years
RM 2,189.01
/ Month
5 Years
RM 1,403.01
/ Month
7 Years
RM 1,066.15
/ Month
Based on 90% loan amount with fixed-rate interest at 3.7%

Monthly installment (RM)
RM 1,184.61
Car Price (RM)
Down Payment (RM)

* This digital calculator is for demonstrating purposes only. The amounts, interest rates, and terms are varied according to both parties. The result in every case is approximate. It is not conclusive and is subject to terms and conditions from the respective financial institutions.




Honda Malaysia has launched the City Hatchback earlier this month. The car, which replaces the Jazz in the Southeast Asian region, brings some of its predecessor’s practicality to the more conventional City shape. The Honda City Hatchback comes in four variants RS e:HEV, namely the 1.5L S priced at RM75,670, the 1.5L E which comes for a price of RM83,080 and the 1.5L V at RM87,860.


Body Dimensions

Dimensions for Length, Width, Height in (mm) are 4,349 x 1,748 x 1,470. Wheelbase is 2,600 mm. 

Front View

On the outside, the City Hatchback is very similar to the sedan, sharing the entire front end (all hatch models get the RS’ honeycomb grille) and four of its doors. It has unique taillights (still with LED light guides and in a trapezoidal shape) and bumper (also with vertical reflectors).

Rear View


All variants have Auto Headlamps LED Reflector

Tail Lamps

Taillamps for the Hatch is LED combination tail lights

Side Mirror

The new City hatchback has electrically adjusted side mirrors with a 360-degree camera, heated function, turn indicator and blind spot warning indicator on it.


The hatch comes with ventilated disc brakes in front, while the rear is equipped with drum brakes.


The e:HEV RS is fitted with a 16-inch two-tone alloys



The premium dashboard surrounds you in high-quality materials and intuitive ergonomic design. The layout is user friendly, with buttons and switches easily accessible. (with gloss black air vent trim as standard, just like the RS sedan)

Instrument Cluster

The hatch receives an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and a reverse camera.


4-Modes ULTRA Seats. This practical and versatile first in its class feature allows the rear seats to be folded flat or flipped up in four configuration modes.


Compared to the outgoing Jazz, the City Hatch is longer and wider, but less tall with the rear passengers gain additional headroom space, thanks to a flatter and longer roof profile.

Steering Functions

The sporty, leather-wrapped steering wheel features a variety of intuitive controls. Select your music, take phone calls, change information displays and adjust the cruise control, all while keeping your hands on the steering wheel.

Storage Space

The new Honda City Hatchback comes with a regular size glove compartment that can fit in your service booklet and a few packets of wet tissues with extra space left for other items. It also has a small armrest storage compartment that can hide your handphones, a small tablet, and smart tag. On top of that there are also some open space storage areas near the gear lever and at the bottom of the centre console near the driver and front passenger leg.

Cup Holders

There are four cup holders available in the City Hatchback.

Two of the cup holders are located at the front while the other two are situated at the rear.

Charging Ports

1 Front, 2 Rear, 2 Front USB; The new City Hatchback receives two front USB, one power socket at the rear and another one at the front.

Boot Space

It has boot volume of 289 litres with the rear seats up (identical to RS e:HEV too, 841 litres with the rear seats down), versus the City Sedan's 519 litres (409 litres for RS e:HEV variant)


Active Safety

The City Hatchback comes with stability control, with the V adding the LaneWatch blind spot camera and curtain airbags (six airbags in total). The e:HEV RS is the only model to get the Honda Sensing suite of driver assistance systems, including autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian, cyclist and oncoming vehicle detection, adaptive cruise control, lane centring assist, lane keeping assist and automatic high beam.

Passive Safety

The hatchback is equipped with four airbags while the RS gets a total of six, ISOFIX I-Size type and G-Force Control (G-CON). while Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is exclusively available for the RS e:HEV.

Drive Modes

Driver Assistance

Hatchback is the first in its segment to offer the most complete package of Next Generation Advanced Safety Technology – the Honda SENSING. Its advanced safety system utilizes a front wide view camera to better recognize road boundaries during day and night driving conditions. The Honda SENSING driver assistance safety systems in the All-New City Hatchback RS e:HEV are Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS),  Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Auto High Beam (AHB)


An eight-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto mobile connectivity to link to your smartphone. 

Sound System

Standard 6 speaker audio system. 



The All-New City Hatchback will be offered in two powertrains – e:HEV and Petrol. The All-New City Hatchback RS e:HEV is powered by 1.5L Sports intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) powertrain that delivers a powerful and immediate response through two electric motors for effortless drivability and efficiency. The e:HEV features Honda’s unique hybrid system, that functions seamlessly combining the benefits of petrol engines and electric motors to provide fuel efficiency and power. This advanced powertrain delivers 109PS and segment revolutionary 253Nm torque equivalent to a D-segment engine torque performance. Meanwhile, the All-New City Hatchback Petrol is equipped with 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC powertrain producing highest in its class with 121PS, and a maximum torque of 145Nm.


The new hatchback is paired with a CVT transmission.


Power is sent to all four wheels.


Rear Air Vents

Ride Comfort

Response has been positive in terms of ride comfort. It drives and rides pretty much the same with the City sedan, and is almost European-like in its ride quality. Its combination of MacPherson struts and torsion beam is par for the course in the segment, but Honda’s engineers have managed to set it up sweetly.

The City Hatchback is a reasonably good-handling car, with a rather well-weighted steering that’s not at all dull. There’s enough feedback, and drivers have a better idea of what the front wheels are doing.

Sound Insulation

Additional sound deadening mats have been used within the engine bay and under the bonnet to dampen noise

Wrap Up


The new hatchback  comes out with a more appealing and ‘macho’ design and numbers of improved features that bring excellent driving capabilities on top of bringing the driver the best driving experience without compromising the factor of safety. It is best suited for a small young family and adventurous young people who long for a stylish ride.

User Experience

3 /5
200 User Ratings
200 User Ratings
Exterior Design
Interior Design
Exterior Design 70%
Interior Design 50%
Space 40%
Power 60%
Safety 85%
Cost 50%

Features the super versatile Ultra Seats (called ULTRA Seats here)Longer and wider than previous and current Honda JazzLonger and wider than the Toyota Yaris
Design is awkward when compared to sedan counterpart


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