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  • Q. How does Honda city response at higher bumps or speed breakers ?
    Walter
    Walter | 2 weeks ago

    You may scrape the underbelly....but there are options available in the after market to get you ground clearance increased...This will be of great help....

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  • Q. Honda City CVT or manual which is good?
    Walter
    Walter | 1 day ago

    Honda City CVT is the best choice. since its proving to give better mileage than the Manual counterpart. Also less wear and tear due to Auto Transmission is what most of the Honda City CVT owners like me have claimed... :)

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  • Q. I wanna know about City automatic, is it a value for money?
    Anshul
    Anshul | 7 months ago

    Dear friend, please do read about the rubber band effect first. Then please ask for a highway test ride and experience the rubber band effect yourself and decide whether to opt for a CVT or not. CVTs are very subjective in feel.If you are a person who likes to floor the accelerator for fun, then a CVT might disappoint you. But, if you are a person who want a smoother ride from point A to B, then opt for a CVTs. My brother owns a City CVT, I never heard him complaining about anything except for fuel economy.

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  • Q. I'm planning to upgrade from my current vehicle Maruti Swift. But I am confused in between Honda city automatic and Hyundai Creta automatic, which will be a better option Please suggest - City?
    Tushar
    Tushar | 10 months ago

    There is no comparison between Honda City and Hyundai Creta as City is Sedan car whereas Creta is compact SUV car. I m using Honda city (Petrol) for the last 4 yrs 9 months and i have not paid single penny towards maintenance of car. Only at 4 years, battery is changed and regular service amount paid. I m getting milage of 1round 20 on highway and 16 in city area but not in congested city like mumbai, bangalore, delhi etc... City is having cruze control feature which is very useful to get more milage on highway.

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  • Q. What is the advatage of an Automatic Transmission to the other one - City?
    Madhusudhanababu
    Madhusudhanababu | 6 months ago

    Generally, in City traffic, clutch break and accelerator operation becomes painful. In this case automatic transmission would be preferred. For people who are not comfortable with shifting gears and don't know right gear for specific speeds will be happy with auto transmission. If you are in ghat sections and you don't know right gears to use for climbing or descending, it would be dangerous and there cvt works wonderfully.

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  • Q. How is the Honda City petrol automatic?
    Himanshu
    Himanshu | 9 months ago

    Awesome car only downside according to some is the rubber band effect of CVTActually it's quite frankly the best Automatic petrol sedan at the price point

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  • Q. Kindly suggest a car between Honda City automatic and Maruti Ciaz automatic.The average run will be between 25-30 km/day.
    Walter
    Walter | 3 weeks ago

    Obvious answer would be a Honda City. But in case you stay at a remote location and only Maruti service available....then it makes sense for a Ciaz. Rest, when it comes to comfort, power and a long time usability Honda has always proved itself...

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  • Q. How is Honda City Automatic in terms of mileage?
    Mallik
    Mallik | 8 months ago

    I get 14 ... This is consistently for 3 years over 50k kms.. always in Eco mode. I am a careful driver with very light right leg. For normal usage maybe 12. It could get into single digits very quickly if you have a heavy right foot behavior

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  • Q. Is there any automatic variant in Honda City and is there any disable friendly variant too?
    Himanshu
    Himanshu | 9 months ago

    Yes there are automatic variants for Honda CityAs per your second question I don't have information about it

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  • Q. Confused between Yaris and Honda City .. in Auto version ,top end?
    Gopendra
    Gopendra | 2 days ago

    Both cars are good in their league. Check which is cheaper and have better looks. Though the Toyota running cost may be cheaper but city has many other benefits which may make it better choice. 1. The discounts are high these days 2. You can delay the paid services, depending on your usage3. Reliable engines4. Great resale price5. Better placed then YarisThe quality and value difference between two cars isn't too big.. but for above reasons I suggest city... Though personally I want to drive Toyota now as I have city and city runs like butter on hot pan. Just check the clearance of both cars and if the clearance of Yaris is more then city then go for Yaris.

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    Honda City Price & Variants FAQs

    Q. Is Honda City available through CSD canteen?
    A. Yes, Honda City is available through CSD canteen.
    Q. What are the diesel variants of Honda City?
    Honda City is available in 4 Diesel variants, out of which all are manual. The base Diesel variant City i-DTEC SV starts at Rs. 11.11 lakh and the top-end Diesel variant City i-DTEC ZX is priced at Rs. 14.16 lakh.
    Q. What are the petrol variants of Honda City?
    Honda City is available in 7 Petrol variants, out of which 3 are automatic and 4 are manual. The base Petrol variant City i-VTEC SV starts at Rs. 9.81 lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant City i-VTEC CVT ZX is priced at Rs. 14.16 lakh.
    Q. What are the automatic variants of Honda City?
    Honda City is available in 3 Automatic variants, out of which all are petrol. The base Automatic variant City i-VTEC CVT V starts at Rs. 11.86 lakh and the top-end Automatic variant City i-VTEC CVT ZX is priced at Rs. 14.16 lakh.
    Q. What are the manual variants of Honda City?
    Honda City is available in 8 Manual variants, out of which 4 are diesel and 4 are petrol. The base Manual variant City i-VTEC SV starts at Rs. 9.81 lakh. and the top-end Manual variant City i-DTEC ZX is priced at Rs. 14.16 lakh.
    Q. What are the top variants of Honda City?
    A. Honda City is available in 11 variants:
    i-VTEC SV : Rs. 9.81 lakh
    i-VTEC V : Rs. 10.56 lakh
    i-DTEC SV : Rs. 11.11 lakh
    i-VTEC VX : Rs. 11.67 lakh
    i-VTEC CVT V : Rs. 11.86 lakh
    i-DTEC V : Rs. 11.91 lakh
    i-VTEC ZX : Rs. 12.86 lakh
    i-VTEC CVT VX : Rs. 12.97 lakh
    i-DTEC VX : Rs. 12.97 lakh
    i-DTEC ZX : Rs. 14.16 lakh
    i-VTEC CVT ZX : Rs. 14.16 lakh
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