Honda HR-V facelift launched in Malaysia – four variants, including Hybrid, from RM109k to RM125k

Honda HR-V facelift launched in Malaysia – four variants, including Hybrid, from RM109k to RM125k

Honda Malaysia has officially launched the Honda HR-V facelift, and the refreshed SUV – which was first previewed here in July last year – goes on sale here in four variant forms.

Three are petrol units, the range starting with the base Grade E, followed by a Grade V, and topping out with the RS. The fourth variant is the HR-V Hybrid, with Malaysia being the only country besides Japan to retail the model.

As previously reported, the mid-cycle rework introduces a number of exterior revisions, and changes include a new grille, featuring a thicker bar on which the Honda logo sits, along with new reflector-type full-LED headlamps, a reprofiled bumper and LED fog lamps. The rear end gets a new horizontal chrome link strip on the tailgate linking the tail lights, which now feature tube-type LED guides.

Honda HR-V facelift launched in Malaysia – four variants, including Hybrid, from RM109k to RM125k

The RS adds on a sportier outlook with darkened contrast elements such as dark chrome door handles, black chrome license garnish and gloss black side sills and black fog lamp garnish. It’s also slightly longer and wider than the standard variants and rides on 18-inch two-tone five-spoke wheels and 225/50 series tyres (the E, V and Hybrid ride on 17-inch alloys, wrapped with 215/55 tyres).

Boot space – for all the petrol variants – is 437 litres with the rear seats up, increasing to 1,032 with the seats folded. The hybrid gets a slightly smaller boot, volume on this one being 404 litres with the rear seats up and 991 litres with the rear bench folded down. Unlike the petrol version, the hybrid doesn’t come with a spare tyre but a temporary tyre repair kit.

No change to engine and transmission on the petrol versions, with the familiar 1.8 litre SOHC i-VTEC engine – offering 142 PS at 6,500 rpm and 172 Nm at 4,300 rpm – and CVT continuing to hold court. The only mechanical addition of note is a new Variable Gear Ratio (VGR) steering system, which is specific to the RS variant.

As for the HR-V hybrid, it’s equipped with the automaker’s Sport Hybrid i-DCD (intelligent dual-clutch drive) powertrain as seen on the Jazz Hybrid. This combines an Atkinson-cycle 1.5 litre twin-cam i-VTEC engine and a 22 kW (30 PS)/160 Nm electric motor, with a Blue Energy lithium-ion traction battery supplying power, the combo paired with a seven-speed (dry) dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The output from the mill itself is up from that seen on the Jazz, the unit delivering 132 PS at 6,600 rpm and 156 Nm at 4,600 rpm. Combined with the output from the electric motor, the system produces a total output of 152 PS and 190 Nm, slightly higher than the petrol-only HR-V.

As standard, all variants come equipped with smart entry/push button ignition, automatic air-conditioning, auto headlights, daytime running lights, cruise control, paddle shifters, steering wheel audio controls and four speakers for the audio system, among others.

The Grade E and Hybrid feature halogen headlights (with manual levelling) and bulbed front fog lamps, and inside, a split-leather three-spoke steering wheel and black half-leather upholstery, along with a 6.8-inch audio system display screen.

The V and RS adds on LED headlights (with auto levelling), LED front fog lamps and a different LED configuration to the tail lamps (guides instead of direct LEDs on the E and Hybrid). They also get a full leather steering wheel and full leather upholstery, finished in black in the case of the V and ivory in the RS, which also has dark grey contrast trim. Both variants also come with a 7.0-inch audio display screen and an eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat.

In terms of safety, the HR-V now comes as standard with six airbags (dual front, side and side curtain), which was previously available only on the top V trim level on the pre-facelift. Also on, an emergency stop signal (ESS), vehicle stability assist (VSA) and hill start assist (HSA) and a multi-angle rearview camera as standard across the model range. The V and RS get a Honda LaneWatch blind spot camera.

As for colours, five shades are available for the HR-V 1.8L E and V – these are a new Passion Red Pearl, White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic and Ruse Black Metallic. The RS gets three colours – Passion Red Pearl, White Orchid Pearl and Modern Steel Metallic.

The hybrid HR-V will also be available in three colours, but there’s no red in the mix, the choices being Lunar Silver Metallic, White Orchid Pearl and Modern Steel Metallic.

The HR-V facelift variants are priced as follows:

  • HR-V 1.8L E – RM108,800
  • HR-V 1.8L V – RM118,800
  • HR-V 1.8L RS – RM124,800
  • HR-V Sport Hybrid i-DCD – RM120,800

All prices are on-the-road without insurance, and opting for the White Orchid Pearl adds on RM300 to the final price. Honda Malaysia continues to offer an eight-year warranty – with unlimited mileage – for the Hybrid battery.

Three accessories packages are also available for the HR-V facelift, and these are a Modulo Package (RM5,737), Urban Package (RM1,716) and Utility Package (RM902).

Here’s the complete list of specifications and equipment for the HR-V variants:

Honda HR-V 1.8L Grade E

Gets as standard:
1.8 litre engine with 142 PS at 6,500 rpm and 172 Nm at 4,300 rpm
Continuously variable transmission
17-inch alloys wheels with 215/55 profile tyres
437 litres of cargo space, 1,032 litres with rear seats folded down

Non-painted black front/rear lower bumpers and side sill
Body coloured side mirror cover
Body coloured outer door handle
Halogen headlights, auto, manual levelling
LED tail lamps (direct)
Daytime running lights
Bulbed front fog lamps
Shark fin antenna
Dark chrome licence plate garnish

Smart entry/push button start
Steering wheel audio controls
Paddle shift
Advanced multi-information combination meter
Auto air-conditioning
Cruise control
Three-spoke steering wheel, split leather
Half-leather black upholstery
6.8-inch display audio system, four speakers
HDMI/USB and hands-free telephone connectivity

Six airbags (dual front, side, side curtain)
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)
ABS, EBD, automatic brake hold and hill start assist
Isofix mount points
Multi-angle rearview camera

Colours: Passion Red Pearl, White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Ruse Black Metallic

Honda HR-V 1.5L Hybrid

Gets as standard:
Atkinson-cycle 1.5 litre twin-cam i-VTEC engine with 132 PS at 6,600 rpm and 156 Nm at 4,600 rpm.
22 kW (30 PS)/160 Nm electric motor, with Blue Energy lithium-ion traction battery
Sport Hybrid i-DCD system has a combined output of 152 PS and 190 Nm
Seven-speed (dry) dual-clutch automatic transmission.
404 litres of cargo space, 991 litres with rear seats folded down

On top of the Grade E, adds on:
Intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) steering control switch
Temporary tyre repair kit, in place of spare tyre

Colours: White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic

Honda HR-V 1.8L Grade V

On top of the Grade E, adds on:
LED headlights, auto levelling
LED front fog lamps
LED tail lamps (dual-tube guide style)
Chrome outer door handle

Full leather black upholstery
Three-spoke steering wheel, full leather
Eight-way adjustable powered driver’s seat
7.0-inch display audio system
LaneWatch camera

Colours: Passion Red Pearl, White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Ruse Black Metallic

Honda HR-V 1.8L RS

On top of the Grade V, adds on:
Sports-type front grille
Mesh-style front foglamp garnish
Sports Black front/rear lower bumpers and side sill, side mirror cover
Dark chrome outer door handle
Black chrome licence plate garnish
18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, 225/50 tyres

Full leather ivory upholstery, dark-grey contrast trim
Variable Gear Ratio (VGR) steering system
Sports pedal

Colours: Passion Red Pearl, White Orchid Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic

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Comments

  • How on earth did the price jump up so much? Dulu base model under RM100k woi!

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    • johnwhat on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:48 pm

      last time base model is HR-V S variant laaa, now base model is HR-V E variant (one variant higher than S). adoyai

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    • DeadlyCritter on Jan 17, 2019 at 6:41 am

      I think they removed the S Spec which is their baseline spec. That is the one which cost below RM100k.

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    • John Minum Teh 8X on Jan 17, 2019 at 8:42 am

      Malaysia already has the highest car prices in the world because of our previous corrupted Government milking the rakyat maximum.

      Now, these bad habits are carried forward to the current Government

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    • a year late but still wanna say my piece on Feb 04, 2020 at 12:02 pm

      hello broder, the base model was S, no cruise control, fabric seats, no touchscreen, no auto aircon. even E at rm109k didnt have the cruise control & only got fabric seats back then. now they removed S and made E rm109k the base model but added on cruise control, 7.5in touchscreen, split leather and LED DRL.

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  • newme on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    This is the beginning of protectionism for their 3rd national car and CBU national car.

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    • John Menangis Kuat Kuat on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:00 pm

      Proton salesman already told me today so many people cancel their orders for X70.

      They are buying EITHER the Perodua Aruz or Honda HRV

      I am sorry john, it is GAME OVER for you

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      • Nomty thypon on Jan 18, 2019 at 9:53 pm

        Why on earth would anybody who can afford x70 opt to buy aruz instead?? Buying an ugly, underpowered, designed in indonesia rebadged junk makes sense if thats the only seven-seater junk you can afford.

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  • Why not all comes led headlamps?!

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  • Ben Yap on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Look at it, the HRV hybrid has more power than the Aruz and you only top up a little bit only.

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    • Kid, you better take a break from the internet and do your homework. UPSR is still many years away and you need all that time to ensure you don’t fail in life.

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    • John Menangis Kuat Kuat on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:01 pm

      Aruz is RM72k. X70 is RM123k. I think you are talking about the X70.

      No need to top up. It is RM3k cheaper than the Proton X70.

      Poor john, it is GAME OVER already

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    • Henry on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:43 pm

      You are very poor in maths. The high spec Aruz is 78k and the HRV Hybrid is 120k. You call this top up a little bit? LOL.

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    • this little bit of more power is easily used up by the heavy Battery

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  • Ksatria on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    Honda HRV (High rip-off vehicle)

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  • Pyraxle on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:40 pm

    So 4 speakers for all specs? Or that’s only for base specs? Anyone can confirm this? Really interested in this hrv but the x70 also priced the same, in fact the base model are priced 10k lower. Helpppppp

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    • nomty thypon on Jan 18, 2019 at 9:56 pm

      Test drive both cars & decide. But i’m pretty sure i’ll be happier in an x70 then an hr-v. Sure X70 is chinaman geely, but consider this – geely owns Volvo. Lol

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  • Krikkrik on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Habis la x70. Dun care abt diff segment, but habis la x70.

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  • John Jongkang on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    Habis la x70, aruz

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  • Sense on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    For those who say X70 is better, go buy your X70 and shut up…Seriously stop praise the car like god…Don’t forget the HR-V could be sold for 70-80k if it wasn’t for Proton protection tax.

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  • Very overpriced Honda HRV on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    (Like) Toyota Rush and Proton X70
    (Dislike) Honda HRV

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  • Honda Low spec on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:54 pm

    Honda Malaysia, where are the “Should Be” standard over the range Honda Sensing safety system? Honda Malaysia still treat us Malaysian consumers like crap. Cheapest car at RM109k, and most expensive RM125k, all models without fully loaded safety system? Go sell these crap HRV kosong spec to 4th world country.

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  • Underspec on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:55 pm

    Honda Malaysia just never learn, still think to cheat Malaysian consumers. Where is the AEB? Honda Sensing?

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  • Nagamerah on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:55 pm

    For better RV, well known brand and old time trusted, buy hrv…dun buy x70 no RV.

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  • william on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    finally 6 airbags
    no apple carplay nor android auto in 2019?

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  • Proton oh Proton on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:06 pm

    X70 is a clear winner here.

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  • Just because government does not want HRV compete with X70, they force HRV to be sold at very high price! As long as P&P are still around, it is hard for us to enjoy nice car at lower prices.

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  • Jadah wei on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    Ridiculous.. RS variant more expensive than civic 1.5 tc. Better buy Aruz haha..

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  • Jazz Hybrid 1.5DCD, Price nearly V Jazz Spec 1.5

    City Hybrid 1.5DCD, Price nearly V Spec City 1.5

    HRV Hybrid 1.5DCD, Price nearly V Spec HRV 1.8??

    Come on HONDA, who setup the price mechanism ni??
    You guys just copy and paste pattern Jazz and City pricing ke?

    Hybrid HRV should price lower since guna enjin sama dgn jazz and city…lain la kalau 1.8DCD, then ok

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    • Low Spec Honda on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:01 pm

      Totally agree. Honda Malaysia ” COPY AND PASTE ” their pricing for this HRV.

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    • check their specs dulu la bro. HRV using direct injection. higher output.

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  • YB Albert on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:22 pm

    HRV is getting a bit stale …u can’t keep toasting bread with mold,put planta n try selling,with tons of camouflage,can you?Facelifts should be cheaper,not highly priced,Mr.Honda Malaysia.Dont think car buyers r Kindy kids.

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    • Low Spec Honda on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:03 pm

      Honda Malaysia just never learn, still think to cheat Malaysian consumers. Where is the AEB? Honda Sensing?

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  • sohai on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    What the…price increased??? Thanks Mahathir

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  • Old horse on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:50 pm

    Aren’t we feel pity about x70 now? They have totally no idea and done any study of the price to market when they launch…

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  • seancorr (Member) on Jan 16, 2019 at 1:55 pm

    So thel lesser spec Hybrid is more expensive than the V spec. What kind of logic is that? Wanna save the earth? Buy a more expensive variant while being short-changed.

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    • Honda Low spec on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:03 pm

      Honda Malaysia, where are the “Should Be” standard over the range Honda Sensing safety system? Honda Malaysia still treat us Malaysian consumers like crap. Cheapest car at RM109k, and most expensive RM125k, all models without fully loaded safety system? Go sell these crap HRV kosong spec to 4th world country.

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  • Facelift for the outside parts only. Less ugly exterior.
    Hideous interior upholstery and design. Crappy cheapskate build quality and the worst of them all is the old junkyard SOHC engine from the now dead Civic FB.

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    • stephchai on Jan 16, 2019 at 8:59 pm

      DOHC engine for hybrid variant only. Stupid move by Honda Malaysia. Hybrids generally do not sell as well as the regular petrol variants in Malaysia.
      They just market it in such a way to sell more hybrids.
      They should just follow the Euro spec HRVs with 1.5 Vtec Turbo. It will outsell any other vehicle in Malaysia for sure. Grab drivers and KLIA limos all will become HRVs. LOL.

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  • bieight on Jan 16, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    why no 1.5 turbo???????????????

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  • Ben yap Menangis Super Kuat on Jan 16, 2019 at 2:08 pm

    Habisla HRV DOA!

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  • Sohai (not ori) on Jan 16, 2019 at 2:14 pm

    So is the new prices higher or same as the old model??

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  • Zamureen on Jan 16, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    (Like) HRV 142 PS.
    (Dislike) X70 182 PS

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  • Why SUVs are so expensive nowadays? Is Honda Malaysia following UMW Toyota’s PREMIUM pricing strategy?

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  • John X on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:17 pm

    Not updated on the carbase website yet?

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  • bobcat on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:33 pm

    wow…nice!! Honda is trying to keep up the challenge.

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  • benzs on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:42 pm

    Dear Honda,

    Is this FL? Not much different.

    FL fan

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  • Mienzz92 on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    Is it the Hybrid Version use L15B EarthDream engine?
    1.5L iVTEC DOHC Direct Injection alone produces 130hp

    Wish the City use the same engine, small cc with high horsepower instead the current L15Z1 1.5L 118hp

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  • Not Toyota Fan on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:51 pm

    Hehehe …. Just as planned.

    Base model must be more than RM90K & high end model more than RM123K.

    Honda Malaysia better re-forecast downwards your CKD packs.

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  • stroll on Jan 16, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Price increase so much..Im expecting Safety Sensing.still boring dashboard

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  • Haidi on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:08 pm

    Wow! That price hike and the minimal specs enhancement, it doesn’t worth your $ anymore.

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  • Haidi on Jan 16, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    HRV’s price is a big-step UP, the specs is baby-step UP. What’s next? Civic will has a new price-tag soon. If you wish to get a Civic, please do it now, not sure will you still get the original price.

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  • topkek on Jan 16, 2019 at 6:01 pm

    still the same useless HU

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  • timmy on Jan 16, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    The Ivory upholstery will be a nightmare to clean and maintain in the long run. RS badge for more trouble cleaning and expensive tyres to replace. D*** you Honda Malaysia. Outdated engines for petrol models and lousy specs.
    PS: Hybrid variant is tough to sell in the used car market bodoh.

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  • normal_user on Jan 16, 2019 at 11:14 pm

    Still no honda sensing available? It makes the price looks ridiculous. After stepping in the x70, the interior of this car suddenly looks ‘cheap’ for a rm120K+ SUV. Lot of things have moved on since 3 years ago when this car was launched; revolutionary then, but competition is greater now. Just wait until the BinYue X50 arrives.

    Wake up Honda Malaysia! Don’t end up becoming another UMW.

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  • Farra on Jan 16, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    After months of waiting…am utterly surprised by the price …

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  • judehow on Jan 17, 2019 at 4:57 am

    Apa tu handa sensing ? Every time I open this apps got Honda ads… very piss off

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  • LS Goh on Jan 17, 2019 at 7:41 am

    Believed Honda Malaysia has started their first move following UMW Malaysia? Segment B ordinary SUV selling at Segment C’s Price range (compare to Proton X70 and Subaru XV)? Good luck and really hope Proton X50 to launch as early as possible to give a lesson to Honda Malaysia…

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  • aieazri on Jan 17, 2019 at 11:49 am

    HRV already look outdated eventho its only released few years ago.

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  • I believe the HRV sales is getting slower due to its outdated design.

    Same like honda accord.

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  • Didn’t bring in Honda Sensing really Disappointed, 120k Not worth, buy Civic 1.5TC-P more worth in term of value, both price almost same.

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  • Ayoyo on Feb 27, 2019 at 2:08 am

    Just saw somewhere in the web they just launched hrv sport with 1.5t engine, i wonder how much the cost if they bring turbo version to Malaysia, more than crv turbo kot?? Honda Pricing is weird tho in Malaysia

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  • Is it really hard to put a rear aircond vent? The temperature in Malaysia makes it a necessity, especially for that price. Or it might be a conspiracy theory to make people refuel more.

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  • Sam Y on Mar 14, 2019 at 9:17 am

    I have checked out both X70 and HRV, clearly X70 is more superior. Simply because X70 is a class above and is competing with CRV.

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  • Henry Lim on May 03, 2019 at 7:55 pm

    It’s time to choose Mazda cx3!

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  • lim chee peng on Dec 19, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    If car stalled due to System issue. It it normal.

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  • UMA DEVI on Aug 18, 2020 at 6:22 pm

    Hrv hybrid pricing pls

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