Honda Malaysia today announced its revised price list after Sales Tax Exemption, following the government’s announcement of the short-term economy recovery plan. The plan sees the sales tax on locally-assembled models reduced to 0%, while imported models have their sales tax halved to 5%.

Honda’s revised price list, which goes into effect starting today until 31st December 2020, sees a reduction across the board ranging between 3.5% to 5%, with prices reduced by as much as RM9,502.47.

The recently-updated Honda Civic sees a reduction of up to 3.8% or RM4,966, depending on the variant. The all-new Accord that was launched alongside the updated Civic, also sees a reduction of up to 4.4% (RM8,545.63), depending on variant chosen.

On the SUV front, the new Honda BR-V gets a reduction of up to 3.6% (RM3,507). The HR-V RS, which recently gained an additional brown leather interior upholstery option at zero cost, gets a reduction of up to RM6,245.46.

Interestingly, all hybrid variants have been omitted in Honda Malaysia’s revised price list after Sales Tax Exemption. Models with the premium White Orchid Pearl exterior shade – which usually commands a slight price premium – also gets a slightly different price reduction compared to the standard colours.

For the latest updates on the revised price lists from all other car brands in Malaysia after Sales Tax Exemption, do check out our round-up, available here.

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