The New Honda City Is Far Better Than It Ever Has Been
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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This week, BMW launched an all new infotainment system called the iDrive 8, which debuts plenty of interesting features that aims to 'create an emotional connection' with the driver. In the same week, coincidentally, BMW Malaysia have themselves opened registrations of interest for their all-electric SUV called the iX. In other news, we discuss the new (divisive) KIA EV6, Berjaya Auto Alliance's takeover of KIA's operations in Malaysia, and a couple of exciting Hyundais. Then, in Part 2, we talk about the new Mazda CX-3 facelift, and a rather unfortunate parts supply issue that currently plagues Proton.
Our car review this week takes a look at the new Honda City 1.5 i-VTEC. With a new & modern design, a somewhat minimalist interior and packed with more features than the Honda City ever had, can the new City uphold its strong reputation in Malaysia?
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose
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Categories: Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: BMW, iDrive, Infotainment, Touchscreen, Electric Cars, BMW i, Honda City, KIA, EV, Hyundai, Berjaya Auto Alliance, Bermaz, Proton,