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Honda City

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Honda City summary

The iconic Honda City made its first appearance in the Indian markets in the latter part of 1998. The second generation of the City was released in 2003, with a higher emphasis on comfort and ride feel. The third generation was launched in 2008, and the fourth came in 2014 with huge updates such as the sunroof. The fifth generation was launched in 2020.

The 1.5-L i-VTEC DOHC with VTC petrol engine produces a maximum power of 119 bhp at 6,600 rpm and a maximum torque of 145 Nm at 4,300 rpm.

The 1.5-L i-DTEC DOHC diesel engine produces 97.9 bhp at 3,600 rpm and a torque of 200 Nm at 1,750 rpm.

It only comes in petrol and diesel options; it lacks a CNG variant.

The Honda City has an average mileage of around 14 kmpl to 18 kmpl in the city, which is expected to increase on the highways.

It comes in two transmissions: Manual and CVT. Paddle shifters are available only in the petrol automatic variant.

The CVT gearbox is quite crisp and is up to the mark, and the paddle shifters provide a more engaging ride experience.

The City falls under the segment of a premium sedan, and is also considered a status symbol by many people.

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Honda City LATEST UPDATES

The premium sedan in the Honda lineup has got a new and improved fifth generation. The Honda City has been ruling the premium sedan market in India for the past 22 years, and now with this fresh look, we can confirm that it’s here to stay for the long run.

There isn’t much change in the whole aesthetic of the vehicle, but there is a significant change in ride feel and quality. The new Honda City is both longer and wider when compared to its previous versions. It gets more comfortable seats, plush interiors, and improved legroom in the rear. The new City gets a new 20% stiffer chassis and a softer suspension, increasing the vehicle’s handling, refinement, and ride quality. The new steering wheel is not as aggressive as its predecessor. It has a lower hood and the side view mirrors are now attached to the door, both designed to increase visibility.

The Honda City comes in nine variants in different combinations of transmissions and specifications, and is also available in five color variants. It comes with two transmissions – Manual and CVT automatic transmissions.

The price of the petrol variants starts from Rs. 11.2 lakhs to Rs. 14.9 lakhs ex-showroom, while the diesel variants range from Rs. 12.7 lakhs to around Rs. 15 lakhs ex-showroom price.

It also gets a new and improved infotainment system with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support.

The main competitors of the Honda City are Skoda Rapid, Toyota Yaris, Volkswagen Vento, Hyundai Verna, Honda Amaze, and the Maruti Ciaz.

Honda has recently confirmed the rumor that the City Hybrid will be launched in India sometime in 2022.

Honda City Price in India

CityEx Showroom Price
CityEx Showroom Price

New Delhi1,050,900

Kolkata1,085,500

Mumbai1,098,150

Pune1,088,000

Hyderabad1,050,900

Bengaluru1,050,900

Chennai1,050,900

Kochi1,050,900

Patna1,087,500

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Honda City PRO’s & CON’s

  • Things We Like
  • Things we don’t like

Looks and performance: The Honda City is an engaging car to drive, with its best-in-class performance figures and its sporty yet elegant looks. It stands out among its competitors.

Boot space: The boot space of the Honda City is 506 liters, which is exceptional when compared to other sedans in the same segment. This is the result of the longer and wider body of the City.

Spacious and pleasant interiors: The interiors are aesthetically pleasing and offer great comfort and unmatched luxury.

Infotainment and connectivity: The City comes equipped with an 8-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, and the Honda Connect System with TCU. The city is the first Indian car with Alexa and Google Assistant connectivity.

Other features: It also has features such as Hill Start Assist (HSA), Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Agile Handling Assist (AHA) automatic climate control, remote engine start feature, ambient lighting, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, and much more.

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Honda City EXPERT REVIEWS

The Honda City is one of those cars that has wowed auto enthusiasts for more than a decade. People still consider it as a status symbol. Honda’s brilliant built quality, reliability, and a history of producing excellent vehicles, combined with the superior performance and aesthetics of the City, makes it one of the most desirable vehicles. It is equally good for a family looking to upgrade from a hatchback as well as for a young auto enthusiast who goes for solid performance and looks. Even though the City may be considered a bit overpriced, most users are willing to pay that little extra for the superior quality, performance, and reliability.

The variant that we recommend is the petrol automatic. This is a delight for people who do not particularly enjoy the hassle of gear changing, and it is a perfect choice if you’re living in a crowded city. However, that doesn’t mean that this is a bad choice for a manual enthusiast, as it comes with paddle shifters that provide an even engaging drive to the manual lovers. This car also comes with a top-class CVT gearbox, the gear shifts are butter smooth, with no lag whatsoever. The CVT variant has a slight dip in the mileage figures, but that trade-off is worth it, considering the kind of performance the vehicle provides.

To sum it up, the Honda City is a wonderful vehicle suitable for people from all walks of life.

Honda City key specification

  • Features
  • Specifications

Body Type Sedan

Fuel Type Diesel

ARAI Mileage 25.6 kmpl

City Mileage 22.4 kmpl

Seating Capacity 5

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Honda City SERVICE & MAINTENANCE Cost

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  • Diesel
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost
Service No.Kms/MonthsType/Cost

1st5000/6Free

2nd10000/12Free

3rd20000/24Free

4th30000/36Free

5th40000/48Free

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FAQ’s ABOUT Honda City

What is the difference between the old Honda City and new Honda City?

Honda upgrades it’s vehicle every time. It consists of significant changes which include looks, curves, dynamics and ergonomics of vehicles. Honda City is a leading and one of the finest cars. It's driving pleasure and comfort makes it the best in all available sedan. It has made every update itself. The Older generation of Honda City looks sharp with bold curves and the new generation of the Honda City has bold character lines with sleek exterior design. The upgraded design is much better than the earlier version. It is fitted with new sporty bumpers, all-new alloy wheels. The backside of the new Honda City boasts modern restyled tail lamps and large chrome strips that are across the boot and makes it look smoother, bigger and sportier. The earlier only petrol engine was available, but the new Honda City is available in two engine options, i.e., Petrol and Diesel.

What are the variants of Honda City?

How many colors are available in Honda City?

Does Honda City have safety airbags?

What are the safety features in Honda City?

How is the performance of Honda City?

Honda city is known for its reliability, solid and maintenance-free engine performance; this performance can be experienced through their i-VTEC and i-DTEC. Honda City has the best refined 1.5L i-VTEC petrol engine. It provides an impressive power of 119 ps and a mileage of 17.4 km/l in the manual transmission. It is available in 6-Speed MT. Engines are all-aluminium construction that runs on low friction technology and lets you drive with perfect efficiency.

What is the top speed of Honda City?

What is the acceleration of Honda City?

Which is better, Honda City petrol or Honda City diesel?

What is the ARAI mileage of the Honda City?

Which is better, Honda City petrol or Honda City diesel?

The performance of both engines is best in their segment. It depends on the choice and needs of individuals. If you want high performance or you need an automatic, Honda City petrol is the best option. The petrol version of the new Honda City is more powerful. If the daily commute of individuals is more or there is a need for more mileage and can pay the extra price for a diesel version, then diesel version is the best option.

Is Honda City available through CSD canteen?

Yes, Honda City is available through CSD canteens across India. For more information, you have to contact your nearest CSD canteen.

What is the on-road price of Honda City in India?

What is the price of Honda City in India?

What is the lowest price of Honda City in India?

What is the waiting period of Honda City in India?

What is the boot space of Honda City?

The Boot Space in Honda City is 510 litre Which is best in its segment. The boot space is huge and can comfortably accommodate 2 big size suitcase as well as 1 or 2 bags. It has sufficient space for the luggage of a small family.

What engine oil is best for my Honda City?

What is the mileage of Honda City?

Is Honda City available in diesel version in India?

Is Honda City available in diesel version in India?

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