Here are the two biggest names in the subcompact sedan segment in the Philippines, the Toyota Vios and the Honda City.
The next-generation 2021 Honda City in its RS variant is finally here in the Philippines and is on for this episode of Behind the Wheel.
There are some key similarities with the sedan’s Modulo kit.
The hatchback version of the City has officially broken cover along with a new hybrid sedan variant.
Taking on a new smoother yet athletic design over its predecessor.
This could mean an end to the Honda City and Honda Jazz duo sold in other markets.
It’s purely an aesthetic package for those who seek more flavor.
The 5th generation of the Honda City has raised the bar for the vehicles in its class.
We compare what the all-new Honda City has to offer against its long time rival the Toyota Vios.
We got a short stint with the new Honda City, here are a few of our first impressions.
That RS trim is just oozing with so much appeal.
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. has finally launched the much-awaited and much-anticipated sequel to its best-selling model, the 2021 Honda City subcompact sedan.
Apart from its heightened looks, it shall also feature a suite of high-tech features.
Electric power now becomes a powertrain option for the 2021 Honda City.
Toyota’s recent refresh to the Toyota Vios has given it new features, but how does it stack up to the Honda City?
The Honda City will now come with a turbo-diesel motor for the Indian market.
2018-2019 model year units are affected include the Honda Accord, BR-V, Mobilio, City, Civic, Jazz, HR-V, and CR-V.
The new Honda City is not yet in the Philippines, but Thailand already is close to completing its hatchback counterpart.
Honda wants to put the sport appeal back into the City with these new features.
Honda India cancels its unveil and media event for the 2020 City.