The Honda City and WR-V are expected to get the Digipad 2.0 infotainment system, which is set to make its debut with the upcoming 2018 AmazeApril 10, 2018
"Honda City is our bestseller model in India and the only premium sedan to achieve cumulative sales of 7 lakh units in the country."November 6, 2017
Hyundai is reporting that the new Verna has received 7,000 bookings till now. Importantly, the company says that it’s double the monthly sales they were expecting. Which means, you can expect at least some variants of the Verna to have a waiting period already. At the time of launch, Hyundai announced that the launch price of Rs 7.99 …September 1, 2017
The all-new fifth-generation Hyundai Verna is all set for a rematch with its arch rivals – the Honda City and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz – from tomorrow. The 2017 Verna is based on a brand new chassis and ditches the relatively less powerful 1.4-litre motors that were available with the older sedan. It also gets more goodies to what was already …August 21, 2017
Honda Cars India has launched the facelifted version of the City at Rs.8.50 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). It is available in five variants – S, SV, V, VX and ZX (the previous model's base variant, the E, has been discontinued and a new top-end has been introduced, the ZX).
The 2017 Honda City facelift prices (ex-showroom, New Delhi) are as follows:
2017 Honda City Petrol
S: Rs.8.50 lakh
SV: Rs.9.54 lakh
V: Rs.10 lakh
V CVT: Rs.11.54 lakh
VX: Rs.11.65 lakh
VX CVT: Rs.12.85 lakh
ZX CVT: Rs.13.53 lakh
2017 Honda City Diesel
SV: Rs.10.76 lakh
V: Rs.11.56 lakh
VX: Rs.12.87 lakh
ZX: Rs.13.57 lakh
In terms of exterior changes, Honda City 2017 now gets revamped front and rear bumpers, bigger air vents, larger and more aggressive grille and LED lighting (head and tail lamps, rear spoiler and fog lamps). It also rides on new 16-inch diamond cut alloy wheels. Step inside the cabin and the first thing that catches the eye is the new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with built-in navigation, 1.5GB media memory, MirrorLink connectivity for smartphones, voice recognition and feed from the rear-view camera. The electric sunroof now comes with one-touch open/close operation and all the reading lamps now feature LEDs. Other goodies inside the cabin include leather upholstery, automatic headlamps and wipers, six airbags (dual front, side and curtain), cruise control and automatic climate control with rear AC vents.
Engine family remains the same as the model it replaces. That means, where the 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine produces 119PS of power and 145Nm of torque, the 1.5-litre i-DTEC motor generates 100PS of power and 200Nm of torque. Customers opting for the entry-level S variant can only get the car with the petrol motor. Petrol-powered V and VX variants will be offered with either a manual transmission or a CVT. However, the range-topping ZX (petrol) will only be offered with the CVT automatic.
The City goes head to head with the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna and Volkswagen Vento, and others. While the Ciaz is due for its respective mid-life update, Hyundai is likely to launch an all-new Verna in this calendar year.
Source: CarDekhoFebruary 14, 2017
Honda Cars India will launch the refreshed version of the City sedan on February 14, the company said on Friday adding that pre-bookings of the new car have commenced. Prospective buyers can book the car for Rs.21,000 at all authorised Honda dealerships across the country, the company said. The facelifted City will come with a …February 3, 2017
Honda's most popular nameplate in India, the Honda City, is set for a revival. While it may just be a cosmetic update, it's nonetheless important for Honda since the City anchors the company's India sales and is one of the top selling cars in the C-segment. To re-register its grip over the segment by taking …January 23, 2017