Honda Concept M Models

Our friends over at Honda Malaysia understand the market’s inclination and preference for dressed up white vehicles. So instead of letting these customers worry about how to dress up their Hondas, Honda Malaysia decided to do the dressing up for them.

Honda Malaysia President and COO Rohime Shafie explained that through a survey conducted by the company, they discovered that a number of their customers preferred the addition of extra accessories to further establish sportiness and exclusivity to the cars.

“With this finding, and in view of the increasing trend of preference for white shaded vehicles in Malaysia market, we have created a fleet of white-coloured Concept M special edition models to fulfill customers’ demand,” he said.

With the introduction of the Concept M models, Honda Malaysia has given three of its models – the Accord , the Civic , and the Jazz – kitted-out, special edition variants. Named in honor of Honda’s two official accessories partners Mugen and Modulo , the Concept M models are taken to a whole new dressed up variant, all while sporting the increasingly popular white finish. The results are three dressed up Honda vehicles that will have customers tripping over each other in an effort to get one of these limited edition models for themselves.

Details after the jump

Concept M Honda Jazz

Honda Concept M Models

For the special edition Jazz 1.5-liter, Honda outfitted it with a Mugen front aero bumper, spoilers on the side, rear, and finishing it off with tinted windows made from Ecotint film. The Concept M Jazz also gets a Brilliant Pearl White finish and is limited to only 20 models and comes with a price tag of RM116,000, or about $37,700 based on current exchange rates.

Concept M Honda Civic

Honda Concept M Models

Then there’s the Concept M Civic 2.0L. Finished in Tafetta White paint scheme, the Civic also gets front, side, and rear spoilers courtesy of Mugen while also getting rear wings and special pewter grey Enkei wheels. The interior gets grey leather-stitched seats with the same Ecotint film-tinted windows as the Concept M Jazz. The car will be limited to only 210 units at a price tag of RM137980 or about $44,100 based on current exchange rates.

Concept M Honda Accord

Honda Concept M Models

The top-of-the-line Honda Concept M model is the 2.4-liter Honda Accord. With this vehicle, Honda used Modulo to add a new front grille, a door visor, a trunk spoiler, and illuminated side steps. Similar to the Concept M Civic, the special edition Accord also gets grey leather stitched seats and tinted windows from Ecotint. The Concept M Accord also receives a Garmin Nuvi navigation unit that the two other models don’t have. The Tafetta White Accord will be limited to 120 units at a price tag of RM176,000, or about $56,500 based on current exchange rates.


9 comments:

Was that true? I cannot imagine that they copied it to Mazda. That’s frustrating.

Great Review...I really do think the people at Toyota completely forgot about the approach angle. i happened to get one of these and they come in a V6 version in the middle east. Thinking it was perfect for off roading, I do take it to the desert a lot and the front bumper just fails miserably.

They fold up against the sides of the cargo bay more easily than ever, but since they’re no longer totally removable, the Cruiser’s maximum cargo capacity drops from 90.8 to 81.7 cubic feet. The familiar two-piece hatch with mini-tailgate remains intact.

I accompanied with my dream while driving,she said that having Honda car is comfortable and very easy way of driving.

i so love this model of civic... this one should be the next generation model for north american market :P

special edition also get stitched seat gray leather and dark windows of Ecotint. Concept Honda M Accord also accepts Garmin Nuvi navigation unit that both models do not have.

Yeah I was gonna say that too, I remember them claiming all of their cars had a 5 star rating. Not anymore I guess..

dang it’s price is kinda higher than the after market parts. and in response to the Mazda tamura ed. Honda will never copy another auto design and concept, Honda has its own pride.

what a neat car hatchback are simple and yet looks clean pretty amazing car

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