Honda City

` 7.2 - 11.1 Lac*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
4.5 / 5 based on 129 reviews

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Highlights

September 19, 2014 : Honda Car India is getting an overwhelming response from their new Honda City. The mid-size sedan's waiting period again soared up courtesy shifting of the production line of City from the Greater Noida plant to newly opened manufacturing plant in Tapukara, Alwar. When launched it attracted a maximum waiting period of six months depending on the city you reside in. City has been giving a fierce competition to its rivals especially Verna and has regained its lost crown with the inception of diesel heart. 

Overview

The wait for India’s most popular mid-size sedan, Honda City is over as the company launched its next-generation avatar at a competing price tag of Rs. 7.42 lakhs (Ex-showroom Delhi). The first generation of this sedan heartthrob made its debut in the Indian market back in January, 1998 and since then it has satisfied the urge of 4.3 lakh sedan enthusiasts across the country. In contrary to its previous generation, the global sedan City gets all new sporty styling, raised comfort levels, advanced equipment and incredible fuel efficiency that enables it to lock horns with any of the C segment sedans. Offered this time in both petrol and diesel segments, the 2014 Honda City can now compete with popular sedans like Hyundai Fluidic Verna, Ford Fiesta, Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento and Nissan Sunny.

 

The all new Honda City looks all premium this time with major changes on its exteriors that make it contemporary and poses it with an all new ‘Shark Conceptual design’. The changes have been intelligently done on the exteriors to make it more appealing than the forerunners and resemble it with the ideal Honda City fleet. What makes it more adorable is the exclusive package of New Solid Wing Face Chrome Grille with company’s ‘H’ Badge at the centre, Premium Headlights and Premium Tail lamps. Built with high tensile steel along with the light weight and rigid body structure, the City comes framed with the new edge technology. Added to this, it is also blessed with high balance chassis system than ensures comfort and safety at the same time. Smoothness while driving is ensured with the classy set of suspensions that irons the uneven roads with ease. Like the previous generations, the new Honda City is five on five in terms of practicality ensuring best in class vehicle operating and stability. Besides this, the new City becomes an ideal car for the typical Indian conditions as the company has improved its ground contact performance by modifying the exhaust layout across the wheelbase centre.

 

Honda’s efforts are commendable and it has wisely done the packaging of the City interiors so as to offer high end comforts to its customers. Space is optimum in both front and the rear cabins and so is the premium upholstery mating that looks magnificent. It is the ‘Man maximum Machine minimum’ philosophy of the car maker that makes it a pleasing car to travel. The all new Honda City is 4440 mm long and 1695 mm wide. The ground clearance of this mid-size saloon is also reasonably good i.e. 165 mm. Storing capacity inside the new City is too good. The boot space of 510 litres is sufficient enough to gobble plenty of your touring stuff.

 

The mechanism of the all new Honda City is streamlined that makes it highly efficient in terms of performance and fuel efficiency. For Indian buyers, the company has introduced the new City in both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol variants get 1.5 Litre SOHC i-VTEC petrol mill under the hood that churns maximum power of 119 PS at 6600 rpm and maximum torque of 145 Nm at 4600 rpm, whereas the diesel variants are powered by 1.5 Litre DOHC i-DTEC diesel in-line that produces peak power of 100 PS at 3600 rpm with its peak torque being 200 Nm at 1750 rpm. The petrol engines are paired to either a 5 speed Manual or CVT (continuously variable transmission), whereas the diesel engine comes mated to a 6 speed Manual Transmission.

 

The City comes with Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body that works as a rigid shell for the passengers in case of certain collision. The company has also incorporated it with many advanced safety features to ensure top-notch safety like ABS with EBD, Dual front airbags, Pedestrian injury mitigation, Impact mitigating headrest, Front fog lights, Driver seatbelt reminder, Rear Windshield Defogger, Anti-pinch side windows, Speed sensing door locks, Engine immobilizer, Child safety locks and many more. The interior equipment also gets plenty of exciting features to add on the comfort and convenience of the enthusiasts. First in segment AC with auto touchscreen, Advanced music system with 8 speakers, Engine Start/Stop button with Honda Smarty Key System, Multipurpose steering wheel, Hands free control, Rear parking sensors with camera, Sun-roof, Sporty alloy wheels and Rear AC vents will surely induce you to buy it.

 

Honda knows well how to attract the buyers and that is the reason why it has kept the price of this new City affordable. After extensive surveys in India, ASEAN countries and many other prospective markets, the Honda R&D team has created this ultimate sedan. The all new Honda City is offered in five grades for both petrol and diesel variants i.e. E, S, SV, V and VX with the MT option, however the company also offers CVT transmission option for the SV and VX petrol variants.

 

Furthermore, the new Honda City is available in six exciting colours – Taffeta White, Crystal Black Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Urban Titanium Metallio, Carnelian Red Pearl and the all new Golden Brown Metallic. The new Honda City 2014 is offered in the Indian market with exclusive warranty of 2 years or 40,000 kilometres.  

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Exteriors
Honda City has shown notable transformation with the arrival of every new generation. This 4th generation City also looks unique from its predecessors and gets perfect match up of rigid metal crafting and stylish impressions throughout its shell. The magnificent costume that the car wears follows the trending ‘global car’ idea to attract large number of mid-size sedan enthusiasts. Honda has utilized well the ‘Shark Conceptual Design’ to give the new City a character of its own thereby making it fresh, enthralling and aggressive. The silhouette gets filled with the artistic creases below the chrome door handles and at the door bottom. The bulges above the wheel arcs are quite neat and not too heavy. The pillars, especially the blackened B-pillar look elegant and add a premium touch to the car. Like the previous City, the 2014 City also gets the well-designed body coloured wing mirrors with turn indicators. The shark fin antenna further gives the car a unique stance from the side profile. What attract most at the sides are the well styled 5 spokes 15” Alloy wheels. The front profile has plenty of inputs to drive you crazy at the very first stance and the cosmetics have been utilized optimally to increase the grace. The facia of the new Honda City looks fabulous with the newly introduced Solid Wing Face Chrome Grille with the company’s ‘H’ badge at the centre. Besides this, the reflector headlamps with parallelogram like shape also look premium. The hood is quite similar to the previous generation of this car but the curve at the edge is slightly different. The large front windshield also looks attractive and raises the sporty standards of the car. The front body coloured bumper is another USP of the new City exteriors that gets front under spoiler as additional accessory. The mid of the front bumper gets the net like air-dam that adds grace to the profile and at the sides the bumper hosts oval shaped fog lights that avail improved visibility. The roof gets the panoramic sun-roof that allows light and fresh air to pass in the cabins easily. Coming to the rear, the City gets all new Premium wraparound tail lights with inbuilt indicators suffixed to a new Rear licence chrome garnish. The boot door is slightly raised up to match it with the new sporty styling and the rear giant windshield also increases the cosmetic charm. The rear bumper size is slightly increased but it gives a bold image. The bumper hosts twin reflectors at the bottom edges that make the profile more appealing. The exhaust is not that fancy one, just the normal one but it doesn’t look weird. Dimensions are somewhat the same as the old Honda City, the overall length of the new City is 4440 mm while the width is extends to 1695 mm. The length is much more than the younger sibling Honda Amaze, however the difference in the width is not much. You will be pleased with the availability of varied colour options in the new Honda City. It comes in six attractive shades with both metallic and non-metallic options – Newly introduced Golden Brown Metallic, Taffeta White, Alabaster Silver Metallic, Urban Titanium Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl and Carnelian Red Pearl. This sizzling sedan gets the shape that a contemporary urban three-box actually needs and no doubt this new avatar will surely delight the youth.

 

Exterior Measurement:

 

The overall length of new Honda City is 4440 mm which is slightly lesser than the rival Hyundai Fludic Verna. However, its wheel base is slightly more and measures, 2600 mm. This extended wheel base ensures plenty of leg-room space to the occupants. The width of this mid-size sedan is also sufficient and measures 1695 mm, while its height extends up to 1495 mm. Moreover, the ground clearance of the new Honda City is 165 mm.
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Interiors

Editor's take : Honda has refreshed the interiors of the new City and it has a lot more space and features than the existing car. It feels as spacious as a Civic.

 

The inside elegance of new Honda City will surely drive you crazy with its top-class quality and furnishing. At the very first stance you will notice the car nurtured up with the premium quality fabric or leather upholstery. Attention has been paid to cater maximum comfort of the passengers at a competitive price tag. We think that the company has well-preached its ‘Man maximum machine minimum’ philosophy. You will notice the front cabin blessed with comfortable seats mated with either fine quality leather or fabric upholstery. The City interior designers have ensured that the seats offer sufficient thigh-support and shoulder width to avoid any kind of squeezing or uneasiness during long runs. Even the leg-room and shoulder-width are incomparable and enables this sedan to compete even with the higher segment cars. The road visibility from the driver’s seat is pretty good as the new City gets the Driver’s seat height adjustment feature. Both the front seats are blessed with height adjustable headrests that ensure additional comfort and neck protection. Like the front seats, the rear seats also offer plenty of space for three average size passengers to accommodate with ease. In addition, the lengthier wheelbase of this sedan makes the cabins sufficiently capacious to accommodate 5 passengers with ease. Honda has blessed the next generation City with plenty of storage options and pockets. On the dash-board there is a large size glove-box that gobbles your stuff. The dual tone dash board in black and grey shades looks all premium and hosts multiple air-cons for proper ventilation. The instrument panel is also tweaked intelligently and houses tachometer, speedometer, fuel consumption display, outside temperature and odometer. The leather wrapped steering wheel is another appreciable feature of this car that houses multiple controls. At the centre of the dash board, the sedan gets the Advanced Driver Interface that makes the things easier while driving. It gets the all new Auto AC with touch screen control panel, Parking display, Advanced integrated audio system with 5 inches screen supporting AUX-IN + USB + I-pod + AM/FM and Hands-free telephone. The roof gets sun-roof that allows light and fresh air to pass in. The gear shift knob in both AT and MT variants looks trendy and is quite easy to shuffle the gears. The all new Honda City gets the first in class Rear AC Vents with charging points that makes it more valuable. The rear centre seat can be utilized as armrest that also hosts cup holders. The inside door fit and finish is also appreciable and the chrome inside door handles makes it worthy. Power-windows switches are offered in the door insides and the anti-pinch feature ensures safety. Overall, Honda City is no doubt a classy sedan blessed with plenty of excitements inside.

 

Interior Comforts:

 

The new City comes blessed with airy interiors. It gets premium quality upholstery, ample of headrests, leg-room, head-room and shoulder-width for all the passengers. At the rear, the Honda City comes with a large cargo volume (boot space), measuring 510 Litres. Besides this, ventilation is properly channelized in the car through front and rear AC vents.

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Alabaster Silver Metallic - Honda City
Golden Brown Metallic
Tefeta White
Carnelian Red Pearl
Urban Titanium Metallic
Honda City Engine
Engine and Performance

Editor's take : The Honda City will be available in a more efficient 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine and it will also get the i-DTEC diesel engine. The i-VTEC comes with a CVT box option too, and it also has paddle shifts.

 

Power:

 

Considering the rising competition and increasing demand for the diesel cars, the new Honda City is for the first time introduced in diesel trims along with the petrol ones. Offered in two different engines, Honda City is acclaimed to be the most fuel efficient car in its segment. Under the hood, it gets 1.5 litre 4-cylinder SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine and another 1.5 Litre 4-cylinder DOHC i-DTEC diesel power-train. Both the in-lines are frugal and calibrating and also return high output. The 1497 cc SOHC i-VTEC engine from the Japanese carmaker is truly efficient and churns maximum power of 119 PS at 6600 rpm and peak torque of 145 Nm at 4600 rpm. This efficient gasoline power-train is available in (5 Forward + 1 Reverse) Manual transmission and another CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) gearbox. Added to this, the acceleration is also quite impressive as the car clocks speed range of the 0-100 kmph in a time span of 10 seconds with the top speed being 170 kmph. This urban sedan is pretty impressive and the NVH level is also quite low compared to the rivals.

 

The other set of 5 variants are powered by the new 1.5 Litre 4-cylinder DOHC i-DTEC diesel engine. This new engine developed by the Honda R&D Team has already caught media attention prior launch. The 1498 cc 4-pot DOHC i-DTEC in-line produces peak power of 100 PS at 3600 rpm and peak torque of 200 Nm at 1750 rpm. This power-train comes paired to a 6 speed manual transmission gear-box. Getting incredible fuel efficiency and amazing power churning capability, this diesel power-train will surely be a threat for diesel variants of Hyundai Verna Fludic, Ford Fiesta, Fiat Linea, Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid.

 

Acceleration & Pick up:

 

The 4th Generation Honda City is all good in terms of acceleration and pick-up. The 1.5 Litre i-VTEC petrol mill is the same one borrowed from the predecessors that attains speed range of 0 – 100 kmph in just 10 seconds with its top speed of 170. Besides this, the newly introduced diesel engine is also commendable in terms of acceleration and pick up and its NVH level is also quite low.

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Mileage
Editor's take : Honda states that City will be the most fuel-efficient diesel car in its segment and as an overall. It returns 26km/l as per ARAI cycle.

 

Honda has this time focused keenly on the fuel efficiency parameter which in the Indian auto-market is the crucial factor to sell a car. This next generation Honda City gets all new 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine option to fulfill the demands of the enthusiasts. Besides this, the 1.5-litre SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine has also been tuned up to deliver better mileage and performance. The all efficient 1.5-litre SOHC i-VTEC petrol engine of the 2014 Honda City returns fuel economy of 18 kmpl, while the 1.5 Litre DOHC i-DTEC diesel engine delivers best in class fuel economy of 26 kmpl (Fuel efficiency as per test results of rule 115 of CMVR 1989).
Honda City Specifications
Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power AC Power Steering Central Locking
City Highway
i DTec E
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 26.0 98.6bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Not Available
i DTec S
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 26.0 98.6bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i DTec SV
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 26.0 98.6bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i DTec V
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
23.0 26.0 98.6bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i DTec VX
(Diesel)
Manual 1498cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
22.0 25.1 98.6bhp @ 3600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC E
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
14.3 17.8 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Not Available
i VTEC S
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
14.1 17.4 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC SV
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
14.1 17.4 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC V
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
14.1 17.4 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC CVT SV
(Petrol)
Automatic 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
15.0 18.0 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC VX
(Petrol)
Manual 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
14.1 17.4 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
i VTEC CVT VX
(Petrol)
Automatic 1497cc
4 Cylinder 16 Valve
15.0 18.0 117.3bhp @ 6600rpm Standard Standard Standard
Honda City Accessories
Stereo & Accessories

Editor's take : The City has been loaded with several features like advance infotainment system and air-conditioning controls. There are also rear AC vents and also four charging points in the car.

 

The new Honda City 2014 comes with the exclusive package of entertainment. It gets the Advanced Integrated Audio System with 5 inches screen. It supports the AUX-IN, USB, i-Pod/i-phone, AM/FM Radio and MP3/WMA/AAC. For better handling of the music tracks Audio controls are provided on the steering wheel. Furthermore, Speakers, Tweeters and Speed Volume Compensation make the drive worthwhile.

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Braking & Handling

Editor's take :  Honda states that the City will be fun to drive, and it is good in handling. Though the rear is a bit too soft, but it does well.

 

Honda is well known for introducing its vehicles with amazing braking and handling characteristics and the all new City 2014 is no exception. It comes blessed with advanced braking technology operated by the front disc and rear drum brakes. Added to this, braking of this amazing sedan is controlled by the efficient mechanism of Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) that allows the vehicle to avoid any sort of skidding. Blessed with the rear spoiler and front bumper spoiler, the car gets additional strength to run with advanced road. Moreover, the ultimate set of front MacPherson Strut Coil Spring and rear Torsion Beam Coil Spring suspensions further assist in swift ride even on the roads with potholes and jolts. In addition, the advanced power steering allows the driver to drive it comfortably in city traffics and zigzag roads.

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Safety & Security

Editor's take : The City comes loaded with two airbags and ABS and even the handling is good and steering light.

 

Honda has left no stone unturned to make the all new City a safest shell for the passengers. For proper control and braking of the vehicle, the company has blessed it with a combination of Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) features. It is the ACE body construction that makes this mid-size sedan a tough car. Moreover, front airbags are offered in three trims, whereas, a driver airbag is given to its remaining two variants that adds to its safety quotient. It also comes installed with a range of other much necessary features like Front fog lamps, Rear windshield defogger, Engine Immobilizer and Driver side window one touch up down with Pinch Guard. The car alerts the driver through the Driver seatbelt reminder option and the Auto door lock by speed is another contemporary safety feature. Other safety additions in the car include – Day/Night mirror, Key off reminder and Dual horn.

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Wheels

Wheels are another eye-catchy feature of the new Honda City. It gets 15 inches steel wheels for the E,S and SV variants, while five spokes 15 inches sporty Alloy wheels are offered for the top end V and VX variants. The wheels are armoured with a set of tough and road sticky tubeless tyres of size 175/65 R15. The while size is the thinnest of the competition. 

Honda City Pros

1. It offers impressive fuel efficiency

2. The exterior design is superb

3. The long feature list makes City worth a buy

 

Honda City Cons

1. Production constraint is one of the concerns with Honda

2. The spare part cost is relatively higher compare to its rivals

3. Thin wheel size

4. Undersized diesel engine, delivers 100ps power

 

Honda City Price
Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
i DTec E
(Diesel)
8,37,900 8,53,900 8,79,350 8,52,900 8,54,578 8,53,900 8,61,400   Get On Road Price  
i DTec S
(Diesel)
9,00,900 9,17,900 9,45,427 9,16,900 9,18,793 9,17,900 9,26,400   Get On Road Price  
i DTec SV
(Diesel)
9,54,900 9,72,900 10,02,064 9,71,900 9,73,835 9,72,900 9,80,900   Get On Road Price  
i DTec V
(Diesel)
10,11,000 10,30,000 10,60,904 10,29,000 10,31,018 10,30,000 10,39,500   Get On Road Price  
i DTec VX
(Diesel)
11,05,500 11,25,500 11,60,020 11,25,000 11,27,341 11,26,000 11,35,000   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC E
(Petrol)
7,19,900 7,31,400 7,56,060 7,30,900 7,34,790 7,31,400 7,39,900   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC S
(Petrol)
7,83,500 7,97,500 8,22,237 7,97,500 7,99,106 7,98,000 8,06,500   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC SV
(Petrol)
8,41,000 8,56,000 8,82,542 8,57,000 8,57,714 8,56,500 8,65,000   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC V
(Petrol)
8,97,500 9,12,500 9,41,797 9,12,500 9,15,303 9,13,000 9,21,500   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC CVT SV
(Petrol)
9,41,000 9,56,000 9,87,419 9,57,000 9,59,641 9,56,500 9,65,000   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC VX
(Petrol)
9,91,500 10,07,500 10,40,382 10,07,500 10,11,114 10,08,000 10,16,500   Get On Road Price  
i VTEC CVT VX
(Petrol)
10,96,500 11,13,500 11,50,503 11,12,500 11,18,137 11,13,000 11,24,500   Get On Road Price  
Honda City prices were updated on October 30, 2014
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  • Marvelous vehicle in this segment
    By Ramana| | 331 Views
    Finally, I got my car after long waiting of 8 Months,  Look and Style Honda City has great looks & style. Can be matched with vehicle even in higher segments. Comfort I have driven it on long drives and felt very comfortable in that. I have felt it is very comfort for taller and fat guys, lot of leg room front and back, very spacious. Pickup: Pickup is excellent. The engine performance is up to the mark even for most enthusiastic drivers.  Th... Read Full Review
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    By Nagesh| | 865 Views
    Exterior:  Looks very good Interior (Features, Space & Comfort): Ineriors are OK not so great. Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox: Engine noise very uncomfortble ; do not feel like we are in a luxury car; some times the sound irritates. Sometimes it gives kind of tractor sound which makes me think have I bought the right car?   Ride Quality & Handling: Good Final Words: Engine sounds spoiled the complete impression of the CITY. ... Read Full Review
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    By Rajnish| | 690 Views
    Look and Style: Average Comfort: Aveage, but poor acoustic insulation. Cabin has a lot of noise Pickup: Good Mileage: 10-11 Km/L Best Features: Nothing Special Needs to improve: Five letdowns in my Honda City No remote handset for audio system? You cannot control your audio system if you are driven by a chauffeur. Interestingly this was a part of Honda City earlier, but thanks to penury cost cutting the customers will have to live with this big h... Read Full Review
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    By Saurabh Singh| | 7613 Views
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  • How is the performance of Honda City?

    The Fourth Generation Honda City is available in both petrol and diesel version. The petrol model carries a 1.5-litre, SOHC, in-line four cylinder i-VTEC engine. The powertrain of the car come...read more

  • What is the difference between old Honda City and new Honda City?

    Honda had brought the all new fourth generation City on 7th January 2014 which is as the name suggests is a next generation car of the previous one. In the fourth generation, Honda for the first ti...read more

  • What safety features are there in Honda City?

    Honda City comes packed with a lot of active and passive safety features that ensure a safe journey with this car. The active safety features that are available with Honda City are ABS (antilock Br...read more

  • Tell me the engine specifications of Honda City?

    Honda City for the first time is made available in diesel fuel trim, while the petrol model continuous from the previous line-up. The petrol variant carries a 1.5-litre i-VTEC (intelligent- Variabl...read more

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