The Best Cars Under S$100k in Singapore

New Kids On The Block

Two cars that just debuted in Singapore are going to heat up the competition in the sub-S$100k category – expect’s test drive verdict in soon.

Honda City 
From S$88,999 with COE 

Honda just announced the debut of the fifth-gen City sedan earlier this week, and while we haven’t tested it yet, it looks like it could single-handedly revive the flagging fortunes of the compact sedan segment against the SUV onslaught.

Nissan Kicks E-Power
From S$99,888 with COE

As detailed in our launch story, we really didn’t expect Nissan to deliver a kicker this year, but it has: This is the only hybrid SUV in the small/mainstream segment at this price point and it has the potential to be a real strong seller for Nissan, not in least because it’s unique to drive and will likely deliver excellent fuel consumption too.

Hyundai Venue
From S$88,999 with COE
Hyundai’s compact SUV has just been refreshed and now adds active safety systems to the mix, as covered in our news story. That’s only for the S$95k with COE ‘S’ variant – the standard model has less stuff, but Hyundai’s cheerful little crossover is worth a look.

Kia Seltos EX
Around S$90,000 with COE
The Seltos was officially unveiled in March this year, but you haven’t heard much about it since because of the New Plauge. Our launch story has all the details – and you’re thinking, wait this small SUV costs more than S$100k. That’s the top-spec GT Line model, and Kia Singapore says a less expensive EX model that will very likely cost less than S$100k is on the horizon.

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