2021 Honda City gets extra style points with Modulo kits

Updated Nov 10, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Modulo kits make the Honda City even more stylish.

Ever since the 1990s, the Honda Civic was one of those cars that people liked to dress up with mods. This meant body kits, and possibly even big ol’ wings. Sure it was a car designed for optimal daily driving, but the City just had this charm to it that begged to be modified. The same is of course true with the new 2021 Honda City that was released locally this year.

The fifth-generation City is arguably the best-looking version yet. It’s stylish, sporty, and sleek. However, Honda Cars Philippines wants to make the 2021 City even more good looking as it released a Modulo package for its subcompact sedan.

A picture of the 2021 Honda City with the Modulo kit

The 2021 Honda City with the Modulo kit

The aforementioned Modulo kit includes a front under spoiler and a rear under spoiler. The front one is tied to the fog-light housing and the rear goes seamlessly just behind the rear wheel.

On the side, the new Honda City gets a Modulo side skirt, as well as window visors. The window visors, apart from enhancing the look of the new City, also protects the interior of the car whenever you choose to slightly open your windows when it’s raining.

And lastly, there’s also an available trunk-mounted spoiler that comes with its own brake light. From the looks of it, the rear spoiler will not compromise driver visibility due to its low and sleek profile.  

A picture of the 2021 City's sleek Modulo rear spoiler

The 2021 City's sleek Modulo rear spoiler

Overall, the Modulo kit provides an even sportier look to the 2021 Honda City. However, the Modulo kits are pure cosmetic upgrades for the 2021 City. But, it sure gives the new City extra style points. Of note, the said Modulo accessories can be fitted to all variants of the 2021 City including the RS trim.   

If you’re liking the Modulo kit for the 2021 City, then you’ll have to contact the nearest Honda dealership for the price for each piece and for the price of installing them.

A picture of the rear of the 2021 City with the Modulo kit

The rear of the 2021 City with the Modulo kit

As for the 2021 Honda City itself, prices starts from Php 838,000 for the entry-level City S 1.5 MT, while the top-of-the-line City RS 1.5 CVT sits at Php 1,048,000. Take note that those are introductory prices, which will be available until December 31, 2020. 

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Know more about Honda City 2021

Honda City

<p>The entry of Honda Cars Philippines Inc. to the subcompact sedan segment is the City. Now on its fifth-generation model, the new model comes with a sleeker exterior design along with a revamped interior and an updated in-cabin features. From the looks of it, this vehicle looks well suited to go up against its rivals in the subcompact sedan segment such as the <a href="https://philkotse.com/toyota-vios-price-philippines" title="Toyota Vios Philkotse Car Guide">Toyota Vios</a> and <a href="https://philkotse.com/kia-soluto-price-philippines" title="Kia Soluto Philkotse Car Guide">Kia Soluto</a>.</p> <p>The exterior of the latest release&nbsp;looks sleeker and sportier as compared to the outgoing model. Upfront, the top-spec RS variant&nbsp;comes with full LED headlights, LED fog lamps, a more prominent fog light garnish, a glossy black mesh grille, and a sporty bumper. On the other hand, the non-RS City variants also come with a striking facia but it doesn&rsquo;t have fog lamps. Also, non-RS trims are integrated with halogen projector headlamps.</p> <p>Honda&nbsp;Philippines is offering the City on four variants: RS CVT, V CVT, S CVT, and S MT. All variants come with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC gasoline engine. The said power unit generates 119 hp and 145 Nm of torque. In addition, all variants come&nbsp;with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) except for the entry-level S variant that uses a six-speed manual gearbox instead.</p>

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar G.B. Miguel


Cesar is a graduate of AB English with previous experience working as a freelance writer for varied internet publications in-between his former stints in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and later as a First Aid Provider and Training Staff at the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

Since childhood, Cesar has been keenly interested in cars. He has learned the ins and outs of these marvelous vehicles and is a competent amateur mechanic who is keen on sharing his knowledge.

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