A. The fuel tank capacity of Honda City is 40 Liters.
What is the dimensions of Honda City
A. The exterior dimension (length*width*height) of Honda City is 4549*1748*1489 mm^3.
What is the length of Honda City
A. The length of Honda City is 4549 mm.
What is the width of Honda City
A. The width of Honda City is 1748 mm.
What is the tyre size of Honda City
A. The tyre size of Honda City is 185/60 R15.
Mileage & Performance
What is the mileage of Honda City
A. The mileage of Honda City ranges from 17.8 Kmpl to 24.1 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of City Petrol Manual is 17.8 Kmpl and for the City Diesel Manual is 24.1 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of City Petrol is 18.4 Kmpl
What is the mileage of Honda City Petrol Version
A. The mileage of Honda City Petrol is 17.8 Kmpl.
What is the mileage of Honda City Diesel Version
A. The mileage of Honda City Diesel is 24.1 Kmpl.
What type of airbags available in Honda City
A. There are Driver, Passenger and Side Front airbags available in the top model of Honda City.
What are the colours available in Honda City
A. Honda City is available in 5 colours:
Rediant Red Metallic
Platinum White Pearl
Modern Steel Metallic
Golden Brown Metallic
Lunar Silver Metallic
Price & Variants
Is Honda City available through CSD canteen
A. Yes, Honda City is available through CSD canteen.
What are the diesel variants of Honda City
Honda City is available in 3 Diesel variants, out of which all are manual. The base Diesel variant City V MT Diesel starts at Rs. 12.59 Lakh and the top-end Diesel variant City ZX MT Diesel is priced at Rs. 14.94 Lakh.
Honda City is available in 6 Petrol variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 3 are manual. The base Petrol variant City V MT starts at Rs. 10.99 Lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant City ZX CVT is priced at Rs. 14.74 Lakh.
Honda City is available in 3 Automatic variants, out of which all are petrol. The base Automatic variant City V CVT starts at Rs. 12.39 Lakh and the top-end Automatic variant City ZX CVT is priced at Rs. 14.74 Lakh.
Honda City is available in 6 Manual variants, out of which 3 are diesel and 3 are petrol. The base Manual variant City V MT starts at Rs. 10.99 Lakh. and the top-end Manual variant City ZX MT Diesel is priced at Rs. 14.94 Lakh.
For that, we'd suggest you to please visit the nearest authorized service center of Honda as they would be able to assist you with the exact price and availability of the spare parts. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
Both cars are good enough and have their own forte in their segments. The XUV500 has always been a trailblazer of sorts, practically creating a segment for itself. If you want a 7-seaer car with better power performance, road presence and often tackle bad road conditions, you may go for Mahindra XUV 500. On the other hand, Honda’s fifth-generation City sticks to the tried-and-tested formula. If you are looking for a car to be driven around in, the City makes for a solid choice. That’s also because the ride quality is now a whole lot better, filtering out road imperfections without making a racket. It continues to be among the most expensive sedans you can buy in this segment. Even with the new generation, you’re paying for a balance of feel-good features and space. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
It’s purely SUV or Sedan. Finally Depends on choices but for features do not leave the main peace on mind of driving a vehicle for long term. No petrol car is reliable then honda and Toyota in diesel. However Xuv will be occasionally used for trips which honda city can also do with peace of mind on normal terrains.Sedan is always the most comfortable even with lesser space during long trips 1000 km plus. Xuv maintenance is 2-3 times higher then Honda city and overall build quality is not value for money which starts rattling with engine, door panels, dashboard etc. Xuv 2021 might be a better product if can wait. Xuv looks bigger and bold on the road and handle more passengers Without any issues on damaged or off road where honda city will struggle to be honest.Xuv will dominate others on the road but honda city will feel fear.Xuv diesel for 10 years use if in delhi .
XUV500 way above Honda City. It is a segment above, so there is no comparison. XUV500 is a huge car, extremely spacious. If you want features you can go for something like Creta, which is also much much better than the Honda city. It has a panaromic sunroof! Lastly, you can save some money by going for Verna which is cheaper, it's SX variant (petrol) is at around 12 lacs on road and still comes with sunroof, digital IC, wireless charger, etc. If you want diesel, Verna diesel is anyway better than the Honda City. Another good alternative can be Tata Harrier, this car is next level!!! So seriously, NOT the honda city.
Honda City features 185/55 R16 and a thicker tread and perhaps 17-inch alloys would suit this now bigger car better. Moreover, manufacturers do offers some space if in case the user wants to upgrade the tyres or wheels. If you are willing to upgrade, you may opt for the 195 section tyres for better handling. Also, you may check out the following articles for more details on the same:- Should you upsize your car tyres? Read to know - Modifications and Upsizing Tyres
I would advise against 17 inch alloys. It would only contribute in looks department, significantly affecting ride quality because of lower profile, say 195/45R17. I would recommend 205/55R16, or better yet, 205/60R15 - best for both road grip and ride comfort.
Thanks for the advice.I have 2 questions:1. Any idea if the original factory fitted rim on the new 2020 honda city would accommodate 195 or 205 section wide tyres?2. You recommended 17' upgrade on the factory fitted 16' rims. Will that compromise on comfort level?
V is better asper me cause if you have the money for VX i would say better go for the ZX cause its just 80k more , major difference is sunroof, 16 inch wheels and airbags, the sunroof is not a very useful feature to pay 1.5laks, wheel you can het it change later that a 50k business if you sell the old rims. air bags is one thing ig is essential, thats y better extend budget and buy the ZX.
Both variants offer very good value for money. The base V variant itself is a complete car but the price premium of around Rs 1.40 lakh commanded by the VX variant is worth it as it adds more airbags, bigger alloy wheels, a sunroof and more. If you can stretch your budget for the VX, we would highly recommend it.
So far, Honda hasn’t disclosed the brand of the speakers offered in City 5th generation. But as per the reviews, it offers a premium sound quality so we can expect it could be from the well-known brand. Moreover, we would suggest you to have a word with the dealership as they would be able to confirm it more precisely with all the information. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - .