The City’s sharp starting price, spaciousness, efficiency and infotainment technology make it a strong contender among a tiny group of pint-sized sedans.Read the full review
|LIST PRICE||Fr $15,990|
As is becoming the norm with my Speed Dates, I spent the day with the Honda City VTi-L running about town for meetings and errands. My day took me through inner-urban Richmond and South Melbourne as well as a run out to the airport on the freeway.
Australia’s largely unloved baby sedan segment has just had some life injected into it with the release of the new Mitsubishi Mirage sedan and second-generation Honda City. Slow sales have meant light sedan rivals have come and gone – Ford Fiesta, Kia Rio, Mazda 2 and the recently axed Nissan Almera – and those that remain are outsold many times over by their five-door siblings, including the Holden Barina, Hyundai Accent and (previous-generation) Toyota Yaris...
The City’s sharp starting price, spaciousness, efficiency and infotainment technology make it a strong contender among a tiny group of pint-sized sedans.
It's not the most refined city car but the Honda City does offer a comfortable cabin with loads of room and contemporary styling.
2009 Honda City VTi-L Review & Road Test The name suggests where the car should remain. Model Tested: 2009 Honda City VTi-L; 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; five-speed automatic, sedan - $25,685* Options: None fitted CarAdvice Rating: By Paul Maric Honda has long been yearning for a stop-gap between the Jazz and Civic and now it seems that they’ve found it; it’s called the City...
2009 Honda City VTi Review & Road Test The next BIG thing in family motoring? Model Tested: 2009 Honda City VTi, 1.5-litre, five-speed manual, sedan - $20,490 (RRP) Options: Metallic Paint $325 CarAdvice Rating: - by Matt Brogan Once upon a time, not all that long ago, the average family car was a much smaller affair - case in point the 1964 EH Holden sedan...