Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k In Malaysia

Sedans under RM100,000. Recently, with Asia slowly but surely recovering from the global economic downturn, the demand for cars has started to raise. Many car companies are starting to record massive increases in sales figures while others have managed to maintain relatively acceptable ones. Listed below are Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k.

The fact of the matter is many people are now in the market for a family car to replace the workhorse that they have used to ride the storm that has plagued even developed nations. So, to make their search a whole lot easier, we have compiled a list of five sedans below RM 100,000 that are worth a look. You can by them new but you could just as easily find one on Motor Trader.

Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k

Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k

1. Honda City

  • Engine: 1.5L SOHC i-VTEC
  • Starting Price: RM 83,219.50 (Grade S)
  • Boot space: 506 litres

Known as the premium B-segment sedan, the Honda City needs little to no introduction thanks in part to its VTEC frugal engine. The City is the car of choice for most people looking for a car with the sticker price just shy of RM100k. With VSC, ABS and EBD on tap the Honda City is one of the safest cars in its segment, a statement proven true by the 5-Star ASEAN NCAP safety rating.

Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k
Honda City Top 5 Sedans Under RM100k

2. Kia Forte

  • Engine: 1.6L DOHC MPI CVVT GAMMA
  • Starting Price: RM 85,800.00 (SX)
  • Boot space: 495 litres

The product of hiring an Audi designer to rejuvenate Kia’s B-segment aspirations, the Kia Forte shocked the world when it came out and in turn proved that Koreans do know how to build good cars. Sporting a reverse camera, push start ignition system, and a slew of others the Kia Forte has proven time and time again that it is the best bang for your buck.

3. Hyundai Elantra

  • Engine: 1.6L MPI GAMMA (Manual)
  • Starting Price: RM 88, 901.50
  • Boot space: 485 litres

Unlike most manufactures in this segment, Hyundai are offering the Elantra with a manual transmission. Its good to know that the Korean automaker believes that there are purists out there that want to do their own shifting. As of late, Hyundai cars have been better specced than their Japanese rivals, equipped with ESP and a parking assistance system, buying an Elantra is money well spent.

4. Toyota Vios

  • Engine: 1.5L DOHC VVT-i (1.5J MT)
  • Starting Price: RM 72,417.00
  • Boot space: 475 litres

Toyota has proven time and time again that every car of theirs is a testament to Japanese reliability. Though the car is considered one of the least advanced vehicles in its segment, the Vios makes up for the deficit by offering reliability and low cost of ownership. Being a Toyota, not only is it easy on the wallet, but also spare parts are aplenty not that you’ll need to swap parts very often.

5. Nissan Almera

  • Engine: 1.5L DOHC CVTC
  • Starting Price: RM 66,813.50 (manual)
  • Boot space: 490 litres

A descendant of the Nissan Sunny 120Y, the Almera looks set to carry on the legacy of its grandfather. Providing just the essentials, Nissan is offering its customers a car that has less so that there is less to go wrong. Having a lively 1.5-litre engine and a manual transmission is bound to reduce fuel consumption but working in tandem they offer a rewarding driving experience too – Yahoo News Malaysia

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