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  • Q. Is the car good for long run - City?
    Madhusudhanababu
    Madhusudhanababu | 3 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
    LAKHVINDER | 5 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
    Babu | 2 months 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
    Shubhankar | 2 months 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
    Rajat | 4 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
    Harsh | 3 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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  • Q. How much is body roll factor in Honda City especially in long drives on highways and mountains
    Prithviraj
    Prithviraj | 1 month ago

    No body roll but shock absorbers are a bit hard so on rugged roads you will feel the bumps. On a highway the drive is very smooth n comfortable.

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    Sandeep
    Sandeep | 4 months ago

    Honda City being a sedan has less roll factor. as the sedans are designed to be more comfortable to driver's nd passengers.

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  • Q. I wanna know about City automatic, is it a value for money?
    Anshul
    Anshul | 4 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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    Shriank
    Shriank | 5 months ago

    Cvt isn't the best in the market . If you are light on the throttle it would be fine but if you full on it takes time to respond.

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  • Q. Which would be the best choice to buy between Honda City Petrol SV variant and WRV Diesel VX. The usage of car is for personal family use of 50% city rides and 50% highway trips. Kindly suggest your opinion.
    Shriank
    Shriank | 5 months ago

    Honda city petrol sv it's better and more fun to drive

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    Shubhankar
    Shubhankar | 2 months ago

    Go for city and diesel variant if tours are frequent

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  • Q. I have a Honda city. I was planning to upgrade to Civic Petrol Automatic. Realise that the new Honda City has pretty good features as well. Any suggestions on which one is better?
    Babu
    Babu | 2 months ago

    Yes. Honda civic is best Choice for petrol automatic.. And it's also look premium and Fantasty look... But if you want New Honda Accord is also good but price is too high. But it's also better of honda cars...

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    Saheb
    Saheb | 2 months ago

    If you want to upgrade to D segment, you check Skoda Superb or Honda Civic. If you want to stay in the C segment, you can stick to Honda City or try Skoda Octavia

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  • Q. How is the Honda City petrol automatic?
    Himanshu
    Himanshu | 6 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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    Kshitij
    Kshitij | 6 months ago

    It's the lightest car you'll every drive. I definitely recommend it.Good interior

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  • Q. Is advisable to buy Honda City V with automatic gearbox?
    Manish
    Manish | 8 months ago

    If you are good at driving, i would suggest for manual transmission. Servicing and maintenance costs of automatic transmission are slightly higher. Otherwise there are no issues with automatic.

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    Rahul
    Rahul | 8 months ago

    Yes the cvt gearbox is a gem... And with Honda city it also comes with paddle shifters which makes the driving experience more pleasant... Definitely go for it!!!

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  • Q. How is Honda City Automatic in terms of mileage?
    Mallik
    Mallik | 5 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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    Madhusudhanababu
    Madhusudhanababu | 5 months ago

    To the best of my knowledge it returns 17-18 and if you care for mileage you should be good in driving .. thats it

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