2020 Honda City RS Review: City Heat [w/Video]



7. Conclusion and Video Review

There’s little doubt that the City moves the compact sedan segment to places it’s never been before, and in CarBuyer’s experience it’s very clearly a segment leader: One that can deliver a superb experience when compared to its competitors and even when compared to cars a segment up. Yet that’s also its problem, with a pricetag close to the latter.

With COE prices on the up, compact sedans and hatches will be the first to decline so if you really like the idea of a City, it’s best to move in right now.

Honda City 1.5 RS

Engine1,498cc, inline 4 
Power121hp at 6600rpm
Torque145Nm at 4300rpm
GearboxCVT
0-100km/h10.3
Top Speed199km/h
Fuel Efficiency5.6L/100km
VES Band / CO2B/ 135g/km
AgentKah Motor
PriceS$94,999 with COE
AvailabilityNow
Verdict The obvious class leader, but running at the front comes at a cost

2020 Honda City 1.5 RS Review
1. Introduction
2. Design and appearance
3. Interior and features
4. Space and practicality
5. Driving Experience
6. Competition and Pricing
7. Conclusion and Video Review


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CarBuyer's chief editor has a keen interest in all things mechanical, technological, animal and mineral. He's particularly fascinated by eco-cars and cars which make no logical sense. An avid motorcyclist and photographer, he also enjoys cats.