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  • Q. Which car has got the highest ground clearance?
    Madhusudhanababu | 8 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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  • Q. About ground clearance - City?
    Manoj | 5 days ago

    Its a bit low. If you drive with 4 or 5 people all the time, the unscientifically designed speed bumps on our roads may be a problem. If you mostly drive alone, then its not that bad. However, I hear this problem has largely been addressed in the new models.

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  • Q. I am interested in Honda City ZX Petrol but, can anybody guide me what problems are there related to 165 mm ground clearance? Ground clearance is less how to negotiate the Honda City?
    Abhishek | 3 months ago

    It has lower GC but due to its stiffer suspension i dont have face great deal of problem...you will have to be careful while negotiating bad roads. I live in satellite town of bhiwadi but i have not faced any problems so far.

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  • Q. How much is the Boot space, ground clearance of Honda city and Amaze?
    Ramakrishnan | 1 year 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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  • Q. What are the prices and specification of new Honda city?
    Zigwheels | 1 year 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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  • Q. Which car between City and Ciaz is strongs, which is the preferrrable choice?
    Abhishek | 2 months ago

    It depends, Pricewise ciaz is more competitive, it is also more dimensionwise though difference is not more by 1cm in any aspect. City's main scoring point is its engine which is far more superior in NVH levels as well as the power output, i constantly get 16kmpl in mixed driving conditions...though i was able to churn out 22.8 kmpl on a highway, from bhiwadi to anantpur sahib via KMP expressway, rest it depends on personal choice as well.

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    Honda City Dimension & Space FAQs

    Q. What is the seating capacity of Honda City?
    A. The seating capacity of Honda City is 5.
    Q. What is the boot space of Honda City?
    A. The boot space of Honda City is 510-litres.
    Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of Honda City?
    A. The fuel tank capacity of Honda City is 40 Liters.
    Q. What is the dimensions of Honda City?
    A. The exterior dimension (length*width*height) of Honda City is 4440*1695*1495 mm3.
    Q. What is the length of Honda City?
    A. The length of Honda City is 4440 mm.
    Q. What is the width of Honda City?
    A. The width of Honda City is 1695 mm.
    Q. What is the wheel size of Honda City?
    A. The wheels size of Honda City is R15.
    Q. What is the tyre size of Honda City?
    A. The tyre size of Honda City is 175/65 R15.

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