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Here’s What Each Variant Of The 2023 Honda City Brings You

The facelifted Honda City got a new entry-level variant in its lineup and there’s an addition of a bunch of new features to the compact sedan’s pamphlet

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The 2023 Honda City is here and it brings with it a few styling revisions and feature additions. But while the former isn’t as prominent, its brochure has been given a lot of new equipment that bolsters the premium appeal of the City. The facelift has also added a new base variant to the compact sedan’s lineup (one for petrol and hybrid each) so here’s what each grade of the new City packs:

SV (New)

The City’s entry-level trim, SV, is a new addition for the sedan. Here’s what it packs for you:

Engine options: 1.5-litre petrol with a six-speed manual

  • LED DRLs

  • Projector headlamps

  • 3D LED tail lamps

  • Body-coloured door mirror or handles

  • 15-inch steel wheels with covers

  • Fabric seat upholstery

  • Front and rear centre armrest

  • Height adjustable driver seat

  • Smart Key

  • Push button engine start-stop

  • Ambient lighting (only on centre console)

  • Automatic AC

  • Rear AC vents

  • Tilt and telescopic adjustment for steering wheel

  • Analogue instrument cluster with multi-info display

  • Powered adjustable and folding ORVMs

  • Driver’s side auto up/down window

  • Eight-inch touchscreen system

  • Wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

  • Four speakers

  • Four airbags (front and side)

  • Three-point seatbelts for all passengers

  • ISOFIX seat mounts

  • Rear parking camera

  • Electronic stability control

  • Traction control

  • Hill Start assist

  • TPMS

  • Rear demister


Engine options: 1.5-litre petrol with a six-speed manual or CVT and 1.5-litre petrol self-charging hybrid with eCVT

Here’s what the V trim packs over the SV trim:

  • 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels

  • 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels (Hybrid only)

  • Front and rear mud guards

  • Front fog lamps

  • Front and rear mud guards

  • Inside chrome door handles

  • LED fog lamps (Hybrid only)

  • Chrome finishes on AC vents and handbrake lever

  • Rear disk brakes (Hybrid only)

  • Connected car tech (advanced telematics)

  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

  • Wireless phone charger (hybrid only)

  • Seven-inch semi-digital instrument cluster (hybrid only)

  • Remote engine start (CVT)

  • Paddle Shifters (Petrol-CVT and hybrid)

  • 4.2-inch TFT display for MI

  • Automatic headlamps

  • ADAS (adaptive cruise control, lane assist etc.)


Engine options: 1.5-litre petrol with a six-speed manual or CVT

The VX trim further packs equipment over the V trim such as:

  • Six airbags

  • Lane watch camera

  • Electric sunroof

  • Wireless phone charger (plug and play)

  • Rear reading lamps


Engine options: 1.5-litre petrol with a six-speed manual or CVT and 1.5-litre petrol self-charging hybrid with eCVT

The fully loaded ZX trim gets additional equipment over the VX trim like:

  • Auto-dimming IRVM

  • Rain sensing wipers

  • Full LED headlights 

  • L-shaped turn indicators 

  • LED fog lamps

  • Diamond mesh grille

  • 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels

  • Chrome-finished outside door handles

  • Four speakers + four tweeters

  • Seven-inch semi-digital instrument cluster

  • Leather upholstery

  • Leatherette shift knob and steering wheel

  • All four auto up/down windows 

  • Sunroof with keyless open and close function

  • Auto-folding ORVMs

  • Rear sunshade

  • Ambient lighting (footwell, door pockets, front inner door handles and map lamps)

  • LED front and rear lamps


Honda City Price (ex-showroom)


SV MT (new)

Rs 11.49 lakh


Rs 12.37 lakh


Rs 13.49 lakh


Rs 14.72 lakh


Rs 13.62 lakh


Rs 14.74 lakh


Rs 15.97 lakh


V (new)

Rs 18.89 lakh


Rs 20.39 lakh

Thanks to the facelift, the ADAS features of the outgoing City Hybrid have now trickled down to the standard City and both the compact sedans get a new entry-level variant, which makes their entry-level price a tad bit more accessible.

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With the updates that the facelift brings to the Honda City, it makes a stronger case for itself against the Skoda Slavia, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, VW Virtus, and the upcoming 2023 Hyundai Verna, set to be launched on March 21

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