There has been some volatility in car prices this week as we move into 2023, and we’ve seen some fluctuations in the RRP of certain Toyota sedan models and some lower-end models of the Nissan Navara. However, Honda Malaysia (HM) will not raise prices for now, even though the conditions are described as “challenging”.

“Despite the current difficult situation, Honda Malaysia will maintain the current car prices. Our priority is to continue to provide the highest quality products and timely delivery to customers,” an HM spokesperson told When asked about it today.

That means prices for popular Honda models like the City, Civic, CR-V and the latest HR-V. The latter launches with much fanfare in July 2022, with a long waiting list due to high demand, and the second half of the above statement reminds HM to be aware of the situation and make delivery its main priority.

By the way, the entire range of Honda Malaysia is CKD locally assembled in Malacca. Perhaps this provides the company with more “cushion” in terms of price movements. Toyota Corolla/Camry and Nissan Navara are CBU imported from Thailand.

Gallery: Honda HR-V RS Hybrid vs. HR-V Turbo V

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