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Facelifted Honda City To Arrive Tomorrow: 5 Things To Expect

The updated sedan from Honda will have enhanced safety features and modest design tweaks.

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Honda will release the facelifted version of the fifth-generation City tomorrow, featuring minor cosmetic changes and feature addition. We already know certain specifics about the updated sedan thanks to leaked pictures and dealer sources and here are five things you can expect from the facelifted Honda City:

Minor Design Tweaks

Faclifted Honda City Front

There are only a few apparent aesthetic changes on the outside, including a revised grille with a sleeker chrome bar, tweaked bumpers, and alloys. Apart from that, there will also be a new blue colour on offer. 

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Honda City Facelift Interior

The sedan will have the same dual-tone dashboard layout with ‘wood’ insert, but it might sport different seat upholstery. Honda has retained the eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, though its connectivity will be wireless this time.

Enhanced Safety Tech

City Hybrid With ADAS

The petrol variants of the Honda City will come equipped with a comprehensive array of ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems), which was earlier limited to the hybrid variant. The safety suite includes collision mitigation braking, high beam assist, and lane keep assist. 

New Entry-level Trims

2023 Honda City Rear

Dealer sources state the updated sedan from Honda will be introduced with two new entry-level trims: ‘SV’ for the petrol model and ‘V’ for the hybrid version. As a result, both petrol and hybrid versions of the sedan should be more accessible to buyers. 

Updated Powertrains

Honda City Engine

The sedan will be powered by the same 1.5-litre petrol engine that produces 121PS and 145Nm and a 1.5-litre strong-hybrid powertrain developing 126PS and 253Nm (combined). A six-speed manual is limited to the petrol engine, while both engines can be had with a CVT.

These engines will meet the stringent BS6 phase II emission norms and will be able to run on E20 gasoline (20 percent ethanol-blended petrol). The diesel engine will be phased out.

Expected Prices

Honda is set to reveal the prices of the facelifted City tomorrow, and we expect it to cost from around Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom). Once launched, it will take on the Skoda Slavia, Volkswagen Virtus, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and the soon-to-be launched new generation Verna.

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