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The detailed car comparison of Honda City and Mazda 2 Sedan, based on price, specifications & other features is shown below. The Honda City priced at RM73,836 - RM92,172 while the Mazda 2 Sedan car has a price tag of RM75,866 - RM92,886 . Comparing the technical specifications, Mazda 2 Sedan engine displacement is 1496 cc while the Honda City houses a 1497 cc engine.

Overview Honda City Mazda 2 Sedan
Off Road Price*
(Kuala Lumpur)
RM73,836 RM75,866
Available Color(s)
City Colors
2 Sedan Colors
Fuel Type
Petrol
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Petrol
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Vehicle Type
Sedan
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Sedans

From The Experts

  • Pros
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Honda City

In all these years, the Honda City has been a benchmark when it comes to space on the inside. The current generation Honda City still manages to outclass all of its rivals when it comes to outright space and comfort on the inside, with a clear focus on the comfort of the occupants at the rear. The legroom and under-thigh support of the Honda City’s rear seat still manages to be in a league of cars from one segment above.

The Honda City’s 1.5-litre petrol engine, despite being a decade old now, still has the sweetness and refinement which one would expect from an entry-level sedan. Not only this, the performance levels too is quite decent, and while it misses out the on the zing of the first-generation version, the engine still feels zesty enough to bring out the fun side of yours.

With features like electric sunroof, full LED headlamps, leather upholstery, curtain airbags, and push-button start-stop system, the Honda City has got all the features at right places to make you feel that you have brought a premium car at its price.

Mazda 2 Sedan

As far as looks and personality goes, the Mazda 2 is one of the most youthful looking sedans in its segment. The curvaceous exterior design of the Mazda 2, with the dramatic looking front grille and headlamps and tail lamps, make it look very trendy and upmarket compared to other cars in the same price bracket, which definitely appeals to the younger set of crowd more.

Despite being the most affordable car from Mazda, the Mazda 2 features impeccable and premium build quality and premium fit and finish, which definitely makes one feel that he is inside a car from one segment above. In addition to it, the presence of premium features gives the Mazda 2 a feel-good factor generally compromised in entry-level sedans.

Honda City

While the arrow shot design still manages to impress everyone with its aerodynamic profile, the fact that this very design is in existence for almost a decade now makes it look a bit dated. The features like LED headlamps and machined alloy wheels do try to hide its age, but it still needs a refresh now, considering the fact that all of its competitors have been updated quite comprehensively in recent times.

While the interior feels feature-rich and premium, the overall layout of the dashboard, as well as instrument console too, needs an upgrade. Some of the switches and plastics feel a bit low in quality, which do not go well with the overall premium theme of the car.

Mazda 2 Sedan

Being an entry-level sedan, the Mazda 2 boasts of compact dimensions, which have eaten up space on the inside. Due to the curvaceous design, the headroom at the rear is at a premium, while at the same time, the legroom at the rear too is nothing much to be praised at its best.

Though the Mazda 2 has a premium fit and finish on the inside and looks vibrant on the outside, however, on the inside, things are not as eye-catching as they should have been. Mazda has made the overall interior cabin look very simple, with the layout focusing on minimalism.

Technical Specifications
Engine Details
Engine 1.5 L Skyactive-G 1.5L 4 Cylinder 16 Valve DOHC with VVT
No Of Cylinders 4 4
Valves Per Cylinder 4 4
Fuel Supply System PGM-FI Direct Injection
Valve Configuration SOHC DOHC
Transmission
Drive Type FWD FWD
Gear Box Variable Speed 6-Speed
Transmission Type CVT Automatic
Performance
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 1497 1496
Power 118 114
Torque 145 Nm 148 Nm
Dimensions & Capacity
Seating Capacity 5 5
No Of Doors 4 4
Length 4442 mm 4320 mm
Width 1694 mm 1695 mm
Height 1477 mm 1470 mm
Ground Clearance 135 mm 140 mm
Wheel Base 2600 mm 2570 mm
Kerb Weight 1084 kg 1470 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres) 40 L 44 L
Cargo Volume 536 L 410 L
Suspension & Brakes
Front Suspension MacPherson Strut MacPherson Strut
Rear Suspension Torsion Beam Torsion Beam
Wheel & Tyre
Tyre Size 175/65 R15 185/65 R15
Tyre Type Radial Radial
Wheel Size R15 R15
Alloy Wheel Size 15 Inch 15 Inch
Steering
Turning Radius 5.6 m 4.7 m
Steering Gear Type Rack & Pinion Rack & Pinion
Adjustable Steering Column Yes Yes
Steering Column Tilt & Telescopic Tilt & Telescopic
Steering Type Electric Power Electric Power
Safety & Security
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System
Driver Airbag
Passenger Airbag
Side Airbag-Front
Rear Seat Belts
Seat Belt Warning
Brake Assist
Door Ajar Warning
Crash Sensor
Child Safety Locks
Side Impact Beams
Front Impact Beams
Rear Camera Optional
Traction Control
Ebd
Engine Check Warning
Vehicle Stability Control System
Security
Smart Access Card Entry
Anti-Theft Alarm
Engine Immobilizer
Anti Theft Device
Features
Comfort & Convenience
Air Conditioner
Power Steering
Rear A/C Vents
Engine Start/Stop Button
Accessory Power Outlet
Foldable Rear Seat
Adjustable Seats
Low Fuel Warning Light
Automatic Climate Control
Rear Seat Headrest
Rear Seat Center Arm Rest
Heated Seats - Front
Heated Seats - Rear
Cup Holders-Front
Cup Holders-Rear
Vanity Mirror
Glove Box Cooling
Bottle Holder
Seat Lumbar Support
Cruise Control
Multi-function Steering Wheel
Automatic Headlamps
Follow Me Home Headlamps
Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
Folding Table Rear
Heater
Keyless Entry
Power Windows Front
Power Windows Rear
Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddle
Central Console Armrest
Entertainment & Communication
Navigation System Optional
CD Player
DVD Player Optional
FM/AM/Radio
Speakers Front
Speakers Rear
Bluetooth Connectivity
USB & Auxiliary Input
Voice Control
Exterior
Remote Fuel Lid Opener
Front Brake Type Ventilated Discs Ventilated Discs
Rear Brake Type Drums Discs
Adjustable Headlights
Alloy Wheels
Fog Lights Front
Integrated Antenna
Manually Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicator
Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
Power Antenna
Rain Sensing Wiper
Rear Spoiler Optional
Removable Convertible Top
Roof Rail
Roof Carrier
Side Stepper
Sun Roof
Wheel Covers
Additional Features Daytime Running Lights (LED) Daytime Running Lights
Miscellaneous
Leather Seats
Fabric Upholstery
Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank
Advance Safety Feature Hill Start Assist Hill Launch Assist
Digital Odometer
Electric Adjustable Seats
Electronic Multi Tripmeter
Tacho Meter
Headlamp Type Halogen Halogen

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