Another first-in-class feature you can get with the City Hatchback is Remote Engine Start that allows you to start the engine even when you are away from the car.
The City Hatchback is based on the current City sedan and replaces the Honda Jazz, which was locally assembled in Malaysia.
Aside from the addition of Honda Sensing, the City Hatchback V Sensing also gets a 7-inch digital instrument cluster instead of an analogue one.
Unlike the City sedan Petrol: 519L, Hybrid: 410L , the boot capacity is the same for both petrol and hybrid models on the City Hatchback.
Another innovative feature which is available in both cars is the Honda LaneWatch camera system that projects an ultra wide left rear view of the vehicle onto the 8-inch centre infotainment display.
The news that Honda in Singapore has opted for the all-new Honda Jazz instead of the Honda City hatchback is a surprising one.