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Spec Comparison: New 2020 Honda City vs Hyundai Verna vs Maruti Ciaz vs Skoda Rapid vs Volkswagen Vento vs Toyota Yaris

Modified On Nov 27, 2019 01:27 PM By Dhruv for Honda City 2020

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How does the upcoming City fare against its Indian rivals when we compare the numbers?

Honda recently revealed the new-generation City in Thailand, which we will get in India sometime in the middle of next year. Now that we know that it will be coming to India, we couldn’t help but wonder how its numbers would hold against the rivals of the current-gen City. Take a look for yourself.

Dimensions

Measurements

2020 Honda City

2020 Hyundai Verna*

Maruti Ciaz

Skoda Rapid

Volkswagen Vento

Toyota Yaris

Length

4553mm

4405mm

4490mm

4413mm

4390mm

4425mm

Width

1748mm

1720mm

1730mm

1699mm

1699mm

1730mm

Height

1485mm

1455mm

1485mm

1466mm

1467mm

1495mm

Wheelbase

2589mm

2600mm

2650mm

2552mm

2553mm

2550mm

*The dimensions for the Verna are of the upcoming model, as Hyundai will soon launch a facelift.

Longest: 2020 Honda City

Widest: 2020 Honda City

Tallest: Toyota Yaris

Longest Wheelbase: Maruti Ciaz

The 2020 City has grown in size, with some even calling it a baby Civic. This is why it manages to outshine its rivals in the length and width department. The Yaris takes the crown of being the tallest while the Ciaz has the longest wheelbase.

Powertrain

Petrol

 

2020 Honda City*

2020 Hyundai Verna**

Maruti Ciaz

Skoda Rapid

Volkswagen Vento

Toyota Yaris

Engine

1.5-litre

1.5-litre

1.5-litre

1.6-litre

1.2-litre TSI/1.6-litre

1.5-litre

Power

119PS

115PS

105PS

105PS

105PS/105PS

107PS

Torque

145Nm

144Nm

138Nm

153Nm

175Nm/153Nm

140Nm

Transmission

5-speed MT/CVT

6-speed MT/CVT

5-speed MT/4-speed AT

5-speed MT/6-speed AT

7-speed DSG/5-speed MT

6-speed MT/CVT

Fuel Economy

17.4kmpl/18.0kmpl

NA

21.56kmpl/20.28kmpl

15.41kmpl/14.84kmpl

18.19kmpl/16.09kmpl

17.1kmpl/17.8kmpl

*Engine specs are of current City as the new-gen City is expected to use the same set of engines.

**Engine specs are of the Kia Seltos as the Hyundai Verna will use 1.5-litre Kia engines in the BS6 era.

Most Powerful: Honda City 

Torquiest: Volkswagen Vento

Most Fuel Efficient: Maruti Ciaz

The current City is the most powerful car in its class and we don’t expect that to change with the new generation model.However, with the upcoming Verna using Kia engines, things could become close, especially if converting the current engine to meet BS6 emission norms means dropping a couple of PS in power. The Vento’s turbocharged TSI engine makes the most torque in this segment whereas if fuel efficiency is your primary concern, the Ciaz impresses the most.

Diesel

 

2020 Honda City*

2020 Hyundai Verna**

2018 Ciaz

Skoda Rapid

Volkswagen Vento

Engine

1.5-litre

1.5-litre

1.3-litre/1.5-litre

1.5-litre

1.5-litre

Power

100PS

115PS

90PS/95PS

110PS

110PS

Torque

200Nm

250Nm

200Nm/225Nm

250Nm

250Nm

Transmission

6-speed MT

6-speed MT/6-speed AT

5-speed MT

5-speed MT/7-speed DSG

5-speed MT/7-speed DSG

Fuel Economy

25.6kmpl

NA

28.09kmpl/26.32kmpl

21.13kmpl/21.72kmpl

22.27kmpl/22.15kmpl

*Engine specs are of current City as the new-gen City is expected to use the same set of engines.

**Engine specs are of the Kia Seltos as the Hyundai Verna will use 1.5-litre Kia engines in the BS6 era.

Most Powerful: 2020 Hyundai Verna (using the Kia engine) 

Torquiest: 2020 Hyundai Verna (using the Kia engine), Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento

Most Fuel Efficient: Maruti Ciaz

If Hyundai decides to use the Kia engine in the same state of tune, the Verna will become the most powerful engine of this lot. When comparing torque, the Verna, Rapid and Vento are on the same page whereas the Ciaz is once again the most fuel efficient of the bunch.

Price Range

 

2020 Honda City

2020 Hyundai Verna

Maruti Ciaz

Skoda Rapid

Volkswagen Vento

Toyota Yaris

Price Range

Rs 10 lakh to Rs 15 lakh*

Rs 9 lakh to Rs 14 lakh*

Rs 8.19 lakh to Rs 11.38 lakh

Rs 8.81 lakh to Rs 14.25 lakh

Rs 8.76 lakh to Rs 14.49 lakh

Rs 8.65 lakh to Rs 14.07 lakh

*Estimated prices

The Maruti Ciaz has the least expensive variant on offer in the segment. Once the new Honda City is launched in India, we believe it will have the most expensive top-spec variant. 

We expect Honda to launch the new-generation City in India sometime in mid-2020. On the other hand, the 2020 Hyundai Verna is expected to arrive in our market before the BS6 deadline.

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ajith
Dec 19, 2019 11:22:19 PM

If honda delays the launch of Fifthgen city in India,they will loose the advantage of early global launch.If the indian launch goes beyond March, prospective buyers may go for feature rich Verna face lift

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    debabrata chakrabarty
    Nov 29, 2019 11:54:02 AM

    Honda motor India ltd., needs to improve customer support and also introduce counter sales of spares as it is difficult for travelling customers to pay advance and wait for spares and go back to them.

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      vishant charate
      Nov 29, 2019 8:10:17 AM

      Honda is only riding on City. No matter its very good engine but for variety they can use same engine and bring 5 seater SUV like Creta.

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