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Key Specs of Honda City

Mileage (upto)25.6 kmpl
Engine (upto)1498 cc
BHP117.6
TransmissionManual/Automatic
Seats5
Boot Space510

City Latest Update

Latest Update: Honda unveiled the fifth-gen City in Thailand on November 25.

Honda City Prices and Variants: The City is priced from Rs 9.81 lakh to Rs 14.16 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It is available in four variants: SV, V, VX and ZX.  

Honda City Engine and Mileage: It is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine. The petrol engine produces 119PS/145Nm and is available with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic gearbox. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is good for 100PS/200Nm. It is only offered with a 6-speed manual transmission. The petrol and diesel engine offer a claimed mileage of 17.4kmpl and 25.6kmpl respectively. The petrol CVT is a bit more efficient than its manual counterpart and has a fuel economy of 18kmpl.

Honda City Features: The City is offered with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigation and parking camera support, electric sunroof, cruise control, automatic climate control and a rear parking camera. Standard safety features include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors. 

Honda City Rivals: The Honda City rivals the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid and Toyota Yaris.

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Honda City price list (Variants)

i-VTEC SV1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.4 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.9.91 Lakh*
i-VTEC V1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.4 kmpl
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i-DTEC SV1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 25.6 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.11.11 Lakh*
i-VTEC VX1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.4 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.11.82 Lakh*
i-DTEC V1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 25.6 kmpl
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Rs.11.91 Lakh*
i-VTEC CVT V1497 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.0 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.12.01 Lakh*
i-VTEC ZX1497 cc, Manual, Petrol, 17.14 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.13.01 Lakh*
i-DTEC VX1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 25.6 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.13.02 Lakh*
i-VTEC CVT VX1497 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.0 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.13.12 Lakh*
i-DTEC ZX1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 25.6 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.14.21 Lakh*
i-VTEC CVT ZX1497 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 18.0 kmplLess than 1 month waitingRs.14.31 Lakh*
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    For a perfect car choice, a comparison is to be done on the basis of price, size, space, mileage, performance, features, and other specs. All the 4 sedans have their high points, the cars are well-equipped with features for comfort and safety. The ex-showroom prices of Hyundai Verna, Honda City, Volkswagen Vento, and Skoda Rapid start at Rs. 8.17 Lakh, Rs. 9.81 Lakh, Rs. 8.76 Lakh, and Rs. 8.81 Lakh respectively. The power delivered by the cars is 98.6bhp@6000rpm, 117.6bhp@6600rpm, 103.2bhp@5250rpm, and 103.2bhp@5200-5250rpm respectively. As far as the claimed mileage is concerned, they are 19.1 kmpl, 17.4 kmpl, 16.09 kmpl, and 15.41 kmpl respectively. For a detailed comparison, follow the below link - Compare. You may select the desired variant as well. Moreover, you may have a test drive of the cars for a better idea of comfort and drive quality by visiting the nearest dealer in your city. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Dealers.

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Honda City Review

The Honda City is without a doubt, a sedan that offers a segment above experience. Not only has it been an aspirational car for Indians since 1998, but if you want a car that offers acres of cabin space, top-notch practicality, a big dollop of the ‘wow’ factor and time-tested reliability, you can’t go wrong with the Honda City.

Currently, available with 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, the Honda City offers a good balance of driveability, efficiency and punch. While the powertrain options haven’t changed since the current model was launched in 2014, the 2017 Honda City facelift did bring in some new features. Kitted out with LED exterior lighting, a sunroof, six airbags, touchscreen infotainment and a whole lot more, the Honda City offers plenty for the Indian family-car buyer. But at its price, how is the proposition better than the competition?

Even with the facelift, the City retains its core strengths. It’s still the same comfortable, reliable, spacious and easy to own car as before. But what Honda has aimed to do is fill in a few holes in the package. Has it done that? Yes, whether it’s the matter of safety or adding some desirable features so that the City can cater to modern buyer demands, Honda has almost perfected the City’s positioning as a great all-rounder.

But why should you choose the Honda City over more affordable rivals like the Maruti Ciaz or Hyundai Verna? The biggest selling point remains the Honda City’s cabin space and sense of luxury. It wows you with its design on the inside and out and balances the emotional appeal with actual sensibility for daily usage. The Honda City also commands strong resale value, so you do get a lot of the money spent, back, when it’s time to upgrade. However, if these primary selling point aren’t absolute must haves for you, there are alternatives (Ciaz, Verna)  that offer more bang for buck.

Exterior

The Honda City is a classy looking sedan and the facelift adds some sporty touches. Up front, the chrome grille is slimmer and gets a black honeycomb mesh behind. The headlamps have been restyled as well, and now sport LED daytime running lights and first-in-segment LED headlights. Additionally, the front bumper is new and apart from featuring smaller fog lamp enclosures, the fog lights themselves are LED units.

The boring old alloy wheels have not only been redesigned, but upsized as well. So, on the top-two variants, you get a new set of 16-inch wheels. The design may be not be to everyone’s taste, though. The lower variants get a new set of 15-inch wheels too.

The City facelift looks the most distinctive from the rear, mainly because of the new tail lights that now feature dual-tone (red and clear-lens) detailing on the top-end model. No surprises that the tail lights are LEDs too, as is the stop light that’s integrated into the new rear spoiler. Believe it or not, even the number plate is illuminated with LEDs! The rear bumper’s new as well and gets a black honeycomb insert that makes the City’s rear look leaner.

Exterior Comparison

Volkswagen VentoHonda City
Length (mm)4390mm4440mm
Width (mm)1699mm1695mm
Height (mm)1467mm1495mm
Ground Clearance (mm)163mm165mm
Wheel Base (mm)2553mm2600mm
Kerb Weight (kg)1213Kg1147kg
 

Boot Space Comparison

Honda CityVolkswagen Vento
Volume510494
 

Interior

On the inside, the black-beige-silver theme is elegant and the overall quality is quite good, though, a few more soft-touch plastics would’ve been nice. However, with the facelift, Honda has plugged a few gaps in the cabin.

So the steering now gets the added advantage of reach adjustment (only tilt earlier), which helps you find that perfect driving position with a lot more ease. The sunroof, which was already available, gets the one touch operation for some added convenience.

Additionally, you now get an interior rear-view mirror that’s not only auto-dimming, but frameless as well. Even the starter button gets some new backlighting which makes it look more distinctive, while the instrument cluster’s dials now glow white (earlier blue).

Honda has also thrown in additional kit like auto-headlamps and auto-wipers - something that its rival, the Hyundai Verna already offered. Of course, following the exterior lighting theme, you get LED map lights up front and LED reading lamps at the rear in the range-topping ZX variant.

The cabin is still uber-spacious as ever. 5 occupants can fit in with ease and two six-footers can sit one behind the other. The only problem is that tall occupants will find themselves wanting for better rear seat headroom and while the cabin is wide, the middle occupant won’t be too comfortable over long journeys because of the raised centre section of the rear bench and slightly protruding armrest console. On the plus-side, the rear headrests are now adjustable, but the feature is limited to the top-end ZX variant only.

Technology

Honda India’s R&D division has developed a new seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display labelled the ‘Digipad’. It runs on an Android-based operating system and is very user-friendly. Apart from the larger screen size, the unit comes with the added advantage of MirrorLink and Wi-Fi connectivity. Since you do have 2 USB ports, one can be used for running the apps offered in MirrorLink, provided you have a MirrorLink enabled phone. While MirrorLink does offer added benefits (e.g. music player and navigation app), the number of apps available is limited when compared to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay – both of which, the new Hyundai Verna offers.

In fact, Honda went back to the drawing board and brought in a new system called the Digipad 2.0 and plonked it into the Amaze. The new head-unit is smoother to use, far more responsive and even gets Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, yet, Honda does not offer it in the City, which is a let down.

Digipad 2.0

Another feature of the Honda City’s older Digipad system is the Wi-Fi connectivity option. This feature lets you connect to a Wi-Fi source nearby (say, your phone’s hotspot), to operate functions through the browser app. Once connected, you can access any website directly through the infotainment display. It’s also useful for receiving live traffic updates on the in-built navigation system (SD card-based/by MapMyIndia).

Additionally, the setup gets voice command recognition for the navigation system, entertainment and telephony systems. Other features of the infotainment system include an SD card slot for media files, Bluetooth audio streaming and telephony, 1.5GB of internal memory and an HDMI port. The eight-speaker sound system is the same as before and the sound quality continues to be impressive.

Performance

The updated City is mechanically identical to the outgoing version, so you still get the same 1.5-litre petrol (119PS/145Nm) and diesel (100PS/200Nm) engines. The petrol gets a five-speed manual gearbox as standard, with the option of a CVT automatic with paddle-shifters, while the diesel only gets a six-speed manual gearbox.

The diesel engine was infamous for its high noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels. Honda claims the problem has been worked on in the facelift, but it’s still not up to the mark. Whatever improvement has been made is marginal and the engine still lacks the kind of refinement levels you’d expected at this price. Vibrations can still be felt through the steering and pedals and engine does take away from the car’s otherwise premium feel.

However, the engine’s low-end torque is great and the motor offers great driveability even before the turbo kicks in. There’s barely any throttle input needed to drive at city speeds and power delivery, even when the turbo kicks in, is very smooth. The City diesel is an efficient urban-commuter and highway cruiser, but it isn’t fun to drive like the rev-happy petrol.

The petrol City is refined and is very engaging to use. You can take it easy and get a good fuel-economy or rev it hard to have some fun. It’s easily among the most well-rounded petrol engines in the segment. However, while this engine was once the benchmark for refinement, rivals like the Hyundai Verna have taken the game further. It’s not that the petrol motor isn’t polished, but the noise insulation of the City just can’t come close to what the Verna offers. 

But when it comes to punch, the City petrol has plenty. In our 0-100kmph test, the City petrol MT took 9.64 seconds vs the Verna 1.6 petrol MT’s 11.31 seconds, while the City petrol CVT took 11.90 seconds vs the Verna 1.6 AT’s 12.04 seconds. It also comes close to the Verna petrol in terms of fuel efficiency, managing a city/highway mileage of 13.86kmpl/19.21kmpl vs the Verna MT’s 14.82kmpl/19.12kmpl. The automatic, on the other hand, is not as frugal, delivering 11.22kmpl/16.55kmpl vs the Verna AT’s 12.17kmpl/18.43kmpl. 

Performance Comparison (Diesel)

Volkswagen VentoHonda City
Power108.6bhp@4000rpm97.9bhp@3600rpm
Torque (Nm)250Nm@1500-3000rpm200Nm@1750rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)1498 cc1498 cc
TransmissionAutomaticManual
Top Speed (kmph)180 Kmph175 Kmph
0-100 Acceleration (sec)11.07 Seconds10 Seconds
Kerb Weight (kg)1238kg1175kg
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)22.15kmpl25.6kmpl
Power Weight Ratio87.72bhp/ton83.31bhp/ton
 

Performance Comparison (Petrol)

Honda City
Power117.6bhp@6600rpm
Torque (Nm)145Nm@4600rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)1497 cc
TransmissionAutomatic
Top Speed (kmph)178.55 kmph
0-100 Acceleration (sec)11.90 Seconds
Kerb Weight (kg)1107kg
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)18.0kmpl
Power Weight Ratio106.2bhp/ton

Ride and Handling

The City’s suspension strikes a good balance between comfort and stability. Under most driving conditions, the ride quality is good and it can handle the average Indian road quite well, while it’s steady at high speeds too. However, the suspension is a bit noisy over broken patches of road and if you hit a pothole, it will be felt in the cabin.

The City, as its name suggests, is about easy urban mobility. So the steering is super-light and makes maneuvering through traffic a breeze. The steering is quite direct too and the handling mannerisms are very predictable even for inexperienced drivers. However, at high-speeds, we do wish the steering weighed-up a bit more and unfortunately, there isn’t much feedback either. It’s a good car for a driving enthusiast, but not the best.

Off-Road Ability

With 165mm of ground clearance, the City can manage a few medium-sized potholes at best. It is not an off-roader by any means.

Luxury Factor

The Honda City’s airy cabin adds to the sense of space. The beige interior, while prone to staining easily, looks premium, while the chrome touches are tasteful. The dashboard gets a T-shaped silver accent that adds to the upmarket look, while a few more silver touches on the door pads and centre console enhance the experience. Thoughtful touches like armrests at the front and rear help improve cabin comfort, while unique elements like the LED map lights and reading lights make the car feel unique on the inside.

Technology

Honda India’s R&D division has developed a new seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display labelled the ‘Digipad’. It runs on an Android-based operating system and is very user-friendly. Apart from the larger screen size, the unit comes with the added advantage of MirrorLink and Wi-Fi connectivity. Since you do have 2 USB ports, one can be used for running the apps offered in MirrorLink, provided you have a MirrorLink enabled phone. While MirrorLink does offer added benefits (e.g. music player and navigation app), the number of apps available is limited when compared to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay – both of which, the new Hyundai Verna is expected to get.

The Wi-Fi connectivity option lets you connect to a Wi-Fi source nearby (say, your phone’s hotspot), to operate functions through the browser app. Once connected, you can access any website directly through the infotainment display. It’s also useful for receiving live traffic updates on the in-built navigation system (SD card-based/by MapMyIndia). Additionally, the setup gets voice command recognition for the navigation system, entertainment and telephony systems. Other features of the infotainment system include an SD card slot for media files, Bluetooth audio streaming and telephony, 1.5GB of internal memory and an HDMI port. The eight-speaker sound system is the same as before and the sound quality continues to be impressive.

Safety

The car’s safety package is even better than before. Dual airbags and ABS come as standard, but you also get rear seat ISOFIX child seat mounts right from the base variant. Also, considering how not only rivals like the Verna, but more affordable cars like the Figo, Elite i20 and Aspire get them, you now have side and curtain airbags on the top-end ZX grade.

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Variants

The Honda City is offered in 5 variants – S, SV, V, VX and ZX. The base variant is quite well-equipped and gets a good list of features, including dual airbags and ABS with EBD, along with power windows, power-adjustable wing-mirrors, keyless entry, a music system that includes Bluetooth connectivity, four-speakers, ISOFIX and a rear defogger. However, this variant is only available with the petrol engine and manual transmission.

The ZX grade gets nice tech like 6 airbags, LED interior lights and LED tail lights, along with auto-headlamps and wipers. However, this variant is not available with the petrol manual transmission.

The most value-for-money variant is the mid-range V grade. It gets a touchscreen infotainment system, 15-inch alloy wheels, push-button starter, smart-key and an eight-speaker sound system too. The VX variant is quite tempting, as it gets 16-inch alloy wheels, a sunroof, LED headlights and fog lights, leather upholstery and adds reach-adjustability to the steering wheel. The Rs 1.30-1.65 lakh price premium for these features is expected, but the added features aren’t need-based, though they add some convenience and novelty.

Pros & Cons of Honda City

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It wows you with its design on the inside and out and balances the emotional appeal with actual sensibility for daily usage.

Things We Like

  • The City’s interior space and build quality is good. In fact, it is comparable with even some D-segment sedans
  • At 510 litres, the City’s boot is among the most spacious in the segment. It’s also the same as the Ciaz’s.
  • The City gets a one-touch electric sunroof, which is unavailable in most cars in this segment
  • The Honda City gets six airbags in the top-spec ZX variant. Not many cars in this segment offer that
  • The petrol City is among the most fuel-efficient automatic cars in its segment.At 18kmpl, it is about 2kmpl more efficient than the Verna petrol automatic, which has a claimed efficiency of 15.92kmpl.

Things We Don't Like

  • High Price: the City is the most expensive car in its segment. The City’s top-spec ZX variant is almost Rs 1 lakh pricier than the Verna’s SX(O) variant, City’s closest rival in terms of features and performance
  • Infotainment System: the City’s 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system is laggy and lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, something which is offered in every other sedan in this segment
  • NVH levels could have been better. Diesel engine’s vibrations and noise can be felt inside the cabin
  • The City is not offered with an automatic transmission with its diesel engine. However, other sedans like the Vento, Rapid and the Verna get it
  • The Honda City gets touch-based AC controls in its top-spec variant, which are not easy to use while driving as you will need to take your eyes off the road to use them

Stand Out Features

  • Pros & Cons of Honda City

    Paddle Shifters: The City is the only car in its segment to offer paddle shifters. The paddle shifters allow drivers to shift gears without getting hands off the steering wheelHonda City Image

  • Pros & Cons of Honda City

    Internet Connectivity: The Digipad infotainment system is wifi enabled that allows the user to access the internet with the help of a mobile hotspot. It is the only car in its segment to get this functionalityHonda City Image

  • Pros & Cons of Honda City

    LED headlamps: The Honda City is the only car to offer LED headlamps and fog lamps. These headlamps not only lend the City a premium look but also provide better visibility. Honda City Image

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  • Above average car for petrol variant lovers.

    Good car to drive. Ride quality is very stiff, it just filters all the bumps inside the cabin. Cabin insulation is also not that good as German rivals. The build is decen...Read More

    By rajat kumar gupta
    On: Dec 02, 2019 | 256 Views
  • King of sedans.

    There are many cars in this segment but Honda City is on top for the last 17 years. It's the only car in India whose each update whether it is a minor model change or nex...Read More

    By sourav
    On: Dec 04, 2019 | 53 Views
  • Awesome car.

    Best sedan in this segment, the NVH levels are very low, you cannot recognize whether the car's engine is started or not, it's just a wonderful car.

    By sateesh mulugu
    On: Dec 03, 2019 | 22 Views
  • Best in the segment.

    This car is still the best in its segment. All the features are crazy and I recommend City over Verna. Sunroof and cruise control are the best in the car. The aerodynamic...Read More

    By anonymous
    On: Dec 05, 2019 | 36 Views
  • Amazing car.

    Superb performance and experienced travelling comfort. It's the best in the class.  Amazing one and no compromise in power and luxury.

    By anonymous
    On: Dec 03, 2019 | 20 Views
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Honda city is very comfortable

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    Aug 18, 2019 11:37:44 PM

    Honda city disel

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      rahul
      Aug 11, 2019 6:28:46 PM

      I am looking for Honda city Petrol model. Is the 2019 Honda city Bs6 compliant ? Currently are there any cars who are Bs6 compliant ? Also if needed will be BS4 car be resold after April 2020 ?

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        MumbaiRs. 10.11 - 14.53 Lakh
        BangaloreRs. 10.01 - 14.42 Lakh
        ChennaiRs. 10.03 - 14.42 Lakh
        HyderabadRs. 10.01 - 14.42 Lakh
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