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  • praveen asked on 26 Aug 2020
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    Explain difference between honda City bs4 vs Honda City bs6

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    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 26 Aug 2020

    Honda’s fifth-generation City sticks to the tried-and-tested formula. We reckon Honda should’ve used this opportunity to set a new benchmark in this segment. Hard, scratchy plastics feel out of place. Better plastic quality or even soft-touch materials would’ve helped the City deliver on a richer cabin experience. It could also do with some more features to match Hyundai’s Verna too. That said, it’s building upon the core strengths of the City. An improvement in rear seat space is a pleasant surprise. If you are looking for a car to be driven around in, the City makes for a solid choice. That’s also because the ride quality is now a whole lot better, filtering out road imperfections without making a racket. You may check out detailed comparison between new and old Honda City.

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    • Cardekho Experts
    • on 15 Oct 2020

    The new City is offered with 1.5-liter petrol and diesel engines. While the petrol engine develops 121PS and 145Nm, the diesel makes 100PS and 200Nm. Honda offers the petrol variants with both a 6-speed MT and 7-step CVT whereas the diesel variants are offered with a 6-speed MT.

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    • on 5 Oct 2020

    The Ciaz, despite its age, shows that it has a very sensible head on its shoulders. It offers plenty of space for the family and is ready to tackle all kinds of Indian roads. While it misses out on the wow factor, the Ciaz Alpha wins the size-to-price ratio by being around Rs 90k cheaper than the City V Petrol. However, comparing the lower variant of the City, which packs four airbags, with the Ciaz shows that the value card isn’t as strong either. The City isn’t perfect either, but it shows that it can deliver higher levels of practicality and premiumness than before and better its rivals too. It does so while maintaining prices similar to its predecessor! So if you are looking for an all-rounder for the family, the 5th generation Honda City will bear that scrutiny calmly and confidently. You may compare both the cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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    • on 25 Sep 2020

    As per your requirement. Honda City would be a better option if offers better space and comfort for rear occupants and it is comfortable too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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  • Diesel
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City V MT DieselCurrently Viewing
Rs.12,39,900*EMI: Rs. 27,756
24.1 kmplManual
  • City VX MT DieselCurrently Viewing
    Rs.13,75,900*EMI: Rs. 30,733
    24.1 kmplManual
  • City ZX MT DieselCurrently Viewing
    Rs.14,64,900*EMI: Rs. 32,691
    24.1 kmplManual
  • City V MTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.10,89,900*EMI: Rs. 23,947
    17.8 kmplManual
  • City V CVTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.12,19,900*EMI: Rs. 26,750
    18.4 kmplAutomatic
  • City VX MTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.12,25,900*EMI: Rs. 26,872
    17.8 kmplManual
  • City ZX MTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.13,14,900*EMI: Rs. 28,783
    17.8 kmplManual
  • City VX CVTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.13,55,900*EMI: Rs. 29,655
    18.4 kmplAutomatic
  • City ZX CVTCurrently Viewing
    Rs.14,44,900*EMI: Rs. 31,567
    18.4 kmplAutomatic

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