Not only is the Honda City an easier car to drive, especially in the city with its light steering and good visibility, it is also the most comfortable amongst the three
Honda City Models
|Honda City E i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.8 kmpl||7.60 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City S i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.4 kmpl||8.26 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City SV i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.4 kmpl||8.86 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City V i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.4 kmpl||9.44 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City SV AT 1497 cc, Automatic,Petrol, Mileage: 18 kmpl||9.89 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City VX i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.4 kmpl||10.41 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City VX (O) i VTEC 1497 cc, Manual,Petrol, Mileage: 17.4 kmpl||10.71 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City VX AT 1497 cc, Automatic,Petrol, Mileage: 18 kmpl||11.50 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City E i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 26 kmpl||8.82 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City S i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 26 kmpl||9.48 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City SV i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 26 kmpl||9.98 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City V i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 26 kmpl||10.63 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City VX i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 25.1 kmpl||11.61 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
|Honda City VX (O) i DTEC 1498 cc, Manual,Diesel, Mileage: 25.1 kmpl||11.91 Lakh||Get on Road Price|
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Fresh looks, Diesel engine, tech laden interiors, Good choice of gearbox options for petrol engine
Underpowered diesel, evolutionary design
The new honda city will storm the market if priced correctly. As an all round package it is the perfect car for the money
The new Honda City is the best selling C-segment car in the Country. Launched in the beginning of 2014, it was the first time the City was offered with a diesel engine – the ubiquitous 1.5-litre i-DTEC mill powering all Honda diesel cars. That made the City an instant success dethroning the Hyundai Verna from the top of the C-segment. The Maruti Ciaz also competes in this space but is not as popular as the City. Prices for the new Honda City range from Rs.7.53 to 11.84 lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi)
The City’s design is more of an evolution from its predecessor. But appealing to a new set of audiences including a lot of diesel car buyers meant that the City needed to look expensive. Hence comes the large chrome slab on the grille and boot and wider headlamps and taillamps. The bumper is a lot more aggressive too as are the prominent bonnet creases. Similar creases run across the profile of the car culminating into the rear taillamps. The wheels and tyre profiles are a size smaller than you see on cars in this segment and the alloy wheel design isn’t that appealing.
The inside of the City is quite impressive. Levels of equipment and a shiny dashboard with plenty of touch sensitive controls including air conditioning and a multimedia system make it look high tech. The instrument cluster is nicely detailed and gets its own digital readout as well. The seats are supremely comfortable and amount of space in the cabin is one of the best in this segment. Top that up with a sunroof and you get a very luxurious cabin that can rival cars a segment above.
The City comes with a choice of two engine specifications- one petrol and one diesel. The diesel engine is the 1.5-litre i-DTEC mill developing 100PS of power and 200Nm of torque. It isn’t the strongest of engines in the segment and has a very small power band but returns impressive mileage figures. ARAI tested mileage of 26kmpl is an impressive number, courtesy a six speed gearbox with ratios chosen solely to provide excellent efficiency. The petrol mill offers good performance from the 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, developing 120PS of power and 145Nm of torque. It loves to rev and comes mated with a slick 5-speed manual gearbox. The City petrol also comes with a CVT which is marginally more efficient than the manual City.
Honda City Reviews
Honda City User Reviews
By vishalguru on 10 Jan 2015I own a new city and I am sorry to say that this model does not have the Honda touch. It is not worth the price paid. The suspension is bad. The lights are bad. It cannot be taken on National highway. It can only be driven in the City as its name.Read More...
By Balakishore on 15 Oct 2014Exterior Very Stylish and Eye Candy, Easily Grabs one attention at 1st look. Supported with Fingerprint sensor make it coolest car.Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Great Comfort at rear seat with good fabrics, all meters are surrounded by blue light which looks sporty and rocking. Dashboard is good with Start/Stop button and Coloured Display...Read More...
By Rajnish Aggarwal on 16 Sep 2014Five letdowns in my Honda City1.No remote Handset for audio System – You cannot control your audio system if you are driven by a chauffeur. Interestingly this was a part of Honda city earlier, but thanks to penury cost cutting the customers will have to live with this big handicap 2.Inadequate audio controls on the steering – No mute button on...Read More...