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  • Q. What are the prices and specification of new Honda city?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Honda City falls in the range of Rs. 8.77 - 13.93 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Click on the link to get an idea about its on-road price and select your city accordingly: https://bit.ly/2C7ShfP The Honda City can be had with a 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel motor. The petrol motor makes a healthy 119PS of power and 145Nm of torque, whereas the diesel unit is good for 100PS and 200Nm. With the petrol, you can choose between a 5-speed manual and a 7-step CVT. With the diesel, there’s only a 6-speed manual on offer. We’ve tested both petrol variants of the City and we’ve got to say it’s quite a hoot. While refinement levels aren’t class-leading as they used to be, it continues to be the most fun in the segment. The City petrol manual clocked 100 kmph in a shade under 10 seconds, whereas the CVT took nearly 12 seconds to hit the ton. Real world fuel efficiency stood at 13.86kmpl (City) / 19.21kmpl (Highway) for the manual 11.22 kmpl (City) / 16.55 kmpl (Highway) for the CVT.

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    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    Prices of the Honda City start from Rs 8.77 lakh and goes up to Rs 13.92 lakh for petrol while the diesel version is priced between Rs 10.99 lakh and Rs 13.77 lakh. It is available in five variants, namely, S, SV, V, VX and ZX (the diesel powertrain is not available in the base S trim). Mechanically, the City is powered by a 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol and 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine. The petrol engine produces 119PS/145Nm and is mated to either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic gearbox. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is good for 100PS/200Nm and is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Both the engines are well powered and offer good city and highway drivability.The City has a claimed mileage of 17.4kmpl and 25.6kmpl for petrol and diesel respectively. The petrol CVT is a bit more efficient than its manual counterpart and has a fuel economy of 18kmpl.Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2m1BXUq

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  • Q. Which car between City and Ciaz is strongs, which is the preferrrable choice?
    John | 4 months ago

    Obviously the city vtec petrol manual or a diesel

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    Aditya | 4 months ago

    Honda city is better in many ways.

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  • Q. Which car has got the highest ground clearance?
    Madhusudhanababu | 2 months ago

    To my knowledge SX4, DZire, and Swift got good ground clearance in cars. All SUVs and MUVs got very good ground clearance ofcourse

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    Deepak | 3 months ago

    Honda City has the least ground clearance among the sedans and no idea about the other sedans

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  • Q. Is sitting height is better than Brezza or less than Brezza?
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    The sitting height is less than Maruti Brezza in Honda City. Due to its a sedan whereas the Brezza is a compact SUV.

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    Sandeep | 4 months ago

    U r comparing a sedan with a mid suv, obviously SUV sitting height is better than sedans

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  • Q. About ground clearance?
    Madhusudhanababu | 6 months ago

    Ground clearance is a bit less and in old vehicles its a headache with full load

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    Abasaheb | 6 months ago

    Yes ground clearance is equal to zero but comfortness is awesome no other match.

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  • Q. How much is the Boot space, ground clearance of Honda city and Amaze?
    Ramakrishnan | 8 months ago

    Amaze has better ground clearance than City but boot space is converse - City has more than Amaze - I would prefer more ground clearance than more boot space in any car that i buy for Indian roads - You Know Why !!!

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    Nikhil | 10 months ago

    Hi, City has boot space of 510 litres and Amaze has 420 Litres. City has a ground clearance of 165mm and Amaze has a 170mm ground clearance. Thanks

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  • Q. What about touchscreen, is there any lag or slow. How good the back parking camera and is there any parking sensor. Is it available with both manual or automatic transmission and what is the ground clearance
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Honda City has a ride height of 165mm. Honda city is equipped with Multi-view rear camera with guidelines in its V variant which is available in both manual and CVT version. Talking about City’s 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, it is laggy and lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, something which is offered in every other sedan in this segment.

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    Naseem | 6 months ago

    Slow while playing videos ,takes to beginning of the mobile era

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  • Q. Is the car good for long run?
    Madhusudhanababu | 2 months ago

    Absolutely good, better and best. Recently, I drove my car from Delhi to Visakhapatnam. Though my car is 2005 model, there were no issues at all and it was silky smooth at 80000 KM on the odo. At one point, it returned 22 KM per litre. I thought I might have wrongly calculated or there must be some difference in filling of petrol used for calculation of average consumption. But, throughout the trip it has constantly returned not less than 18.

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    LAKHVINDER | 4 months ago

    It's a very comfortable car. I'll call it super car. the only issue I have is it's low ground clearance. mileage on highways I get is 20 - 22 which I feel is too good. I believe new cars have better ground clearance.

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  • Q. I stay at Kolkata and drive on an average 45-50 km a day, I want to buy a sedan within 15 lacs, however confused between City & Verna.
    Babu | 1 month ago

    Take a Hyundai verna top Model... It's give you better comfort. Sporty and stylish look. And also look premium. And 40-45 k. M. Is good enough for drive a verna.

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    Shubhankar | 1 month ago

    Turbo charged engine in verna is super exciting..city is undoubtedly a thumbs up car

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  • Q. I am planning to buy a new car. I have 11 lakhs to 14 lakhs budget. My avg. Yearly usage of the car is 20,000km. Highway driving app. 3000km/annum and city driving on daily basis of app. 50km. In C-Segment petrol varient with MT which car is better for me, Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Toyota Yaris or Maruti Ciaz?
    Rajat | 3 months ago

    Since more of city driving, go for automatic variant, Honda City with cvt is best among other considering cvt and not amt technology. And is within your budget. You won't regret for atleast another 5 years.

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    Harsh | 2 months ago

    I be exactly the same usage profile. I am driving city v manual for 2 years and completely satisfied. In Delhi I get the average of around 12 to 13 kmpl with AC. And on highways it is as high as 20

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