Honda City 1.5 LX i-VTEC Review: A citizen's car

Honda City 1.5 LX i-VTEC Review: A citizen's car

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
13 Dec 2008

The top spec LX model gets the feature-packed audio system, 16-inch alloys, leather seats, chrome door handles and of course, paddle shifters on the steering wheel.

At just over $60k for this LX version, the City is now quite a bit more expensive to buy than its long time nemesis, the Toyota Vios. For the extra money over the Vios though, you get a more freshly styled car inside and out, more standard equipment and better quality.

Our biggest gripe with the City, however, is still that unnatural driving position while everything else is what you’d expect and more. But push that aside, and the City is certainly a good way to start motoring in a Honda.


Credits: Story by Raymond Lai, pictures by Azfar Hashim

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