Just three months on from its last round of pricing tweaks, Honda Australia has this week announced new numbers on a number of its core models.
While a number of Civic and City variants have already benefited from price cuts, Honda has reduced the manufacturer's list price (MLP) on yet more models in both lines, along with variants in the Jazz and Accord Euro ranges.
The most significant price cuts have been made to the leather-trimmed Civic Si hatch, with $5300 slashed from the price of both the auto and manual variants.
Honda has also announced a new cloth-trimmed variant of the Civic Si hatch, starting at $29,990.
The Accord Euro has had $2000 slashed from each variant. Similarly, most Jazz variants are now between $1300 to $1600 more affordable, while the automatic versions of the GLi and GLi LE have been cut by $300.
Automatic versions of the City VTi and VTi-L are now $300 lighter, beyond the new pricing announced in August.
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