Honda just revealed the new retail prices for its entire model lineup. This is in line with the government’s Short-Term Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA), which offers 100% sales tax exemption on locally assembled (CKD) cars or 50% for fully imported (CBU) models.
Of course, the highest amount of discount is reserved for the most expensive model in the Japanese carmaker’s lineup, the Odyssey. Imported directly from Japan, the MPV receives RM9,502.47 discount, bringing down the price of the sole 2.4 EXV model to RM249,393.53.
Besides the Odyssey, the all-new Honda Accord receives quite a hefty price cut as well. Depending on which trim you get, the D-segment sedan is now up to RM8,454.63 more affordable; that’s for the range-topping 1.5 TC-P model in Platinum White Pearl. As for the 1.5 TC variant, it receives a RM7,733.36 price reduction for the same colourway.
Also discounted heavily is the Honda CR-V; it is now between RM6,470.34 to RM7,470.63 less. This lowers the price of the 2.0 2WD model to RM144,629.66, while the top-of-the-line 1.5 TC-P 2WD trim now retails at RM168,829.37.
Naturally, the recently introduced Honda BR-V facelift also has its prices revised. The E trim now starts at RM86,726 (after the RM3,174 discount), while the better equipped V model goes from RM93,693 – that’s RM3,507 worth of savings.
Next, we have the facelifted Honda Civic. The base 1.8 S model is now going for up to RM4,300.76 less, so the C-segment sedan now starts at only RM109,326.51. This puts it closer to the pre-facelift’s price tag for the same trim level; the previous 1.8 S variant went for RM108,165. Not a bad deal, given the new features introduced in the facelifted model.
If you’re looking for something more affordable, there’s the Honda Jazz, which is discounted between RM2,788.46 to RM3,755.46. This means the base S trim of the B-segment hatchback can now be purchased for RM72,511.54, making it the most affordable model in Honda’s lineup.
Those who want a bigger car can opt for the Honda City. The discount for the B-segment sedan ranges from RM3,204.64 to RM4,010.27, lowering the price of entry for the City to RM75,295.36. Honda’s new price list for all of its models can be found below:
As per the government’s PENJANA initiative, these new prices will be valid from today onwards until 31 December 2020. If you’ve been eyeing any of the Honda models here, now’s the time to get it.