Years back, the Honda Jazz was one of the most popular hatchbacks because of its interior versatility and fuel efficiency. But all things eventually come to an end. Fast forward to today, at this time when sedans and hatchbacks are not as popular as before, there are still car buyers who prefer hatchbacks. But since the Honda Jazz is no longer available, hatchback lovers see the Honda City RS Hatchback as the perfect alternative. It has the looks, the stamina, and the modernity. But there's one trait left for us to uncover as it has now become essential – fuel consumption.
The Honda City RS Hatchback carries the same powertrain components as the sedan variants. It is powered by a 1.5-Liter i-VTEC engine that churns out 121 ps and 145 Nm of torque mated to a CVT. From the engine figures, you would notice that it comes with a larger engine than some sedans in the automotive market. It even has a larger engine displacement than some crossovers. Something you wouldn't expect from a subcompact Without taking it for a test drive, you'll likely assume it will deliver a very enjoyable and effortless drive.