Honda City facelift launched at Rs. 8.50 lakh

  • Honda City facelift launched at Rs. 8.50 lakh

Honda City facelift launched at Rs. 8.50 lakh

Facelift brings new styling, upgraded equipment and more safety to the vehicle.

Honda Car India today launched the all new City facelift in India for a price of Rs 8.49 lakh (ex showroom, New Delhi) for base petrol and Rs 13.56 lakh (ex showroom, New Delhi) for top-end diesel variant. Besides new styling, the facelift brings a host of new features to the compact sedan.

"I am confident that with the new City we will regain our leadership position in the segment", Honda Cars India president and CEO Yoichiro Ueno said.

Honda India has finally taken the wraps of the new Honda City 2017 facelift in India, priced between INR 8.49 lakh to INR 13.57 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). on February 14, 2017.

This renovated model of Honda City 2017 was launched in China a few weeks earlier. The all-new advanced infotainment system has segment-best features like satellite-linked navigation, voice recognition, Bluetooth telephony, audio streaming, 1.5 GB internal memory, 2 USB-in slots, 2 microSD card slots and 1 HDMI-in slot.

Other interior changes include first-in-class soft-touch dashboard on passenger side, new white illumination in the instrument cluster, new white and red illumination for the engine push start-stop button and new LED cabin lights.

Honda has also focused on the safety of the auto.

The new sedan will have safety features like dual airbags, anti-lock braking and pedestrian injury mitigation technologies as standard across all trim levels.

There no changes to the engines of the auto.

Engine Specifications - Under the hood, the updated Honda City 2017 will remain untouched with the same 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol and 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engines. The S variant will only be available with the petrol engine and customers opting for the petrol-powered V and VX variants will have a choice between automatic (CVT) and manual gearbox. V, VX and ZX variants get auto-folding door mirrors. While the former delivers a company-claimed fuel economy of 17.4 km/l, the automatic variants are rated at 18 km/l.