Honda City 2015 - Long Term Review
It has been an year & this baby and it still runs like a new one. I've been on numerous long tours on this one and never once i feel tired on this mean machine & it wants to keep going on and on. The Honda city has a linear power delivery, light clutch, smooth transmission and its revving could go all the way up to 7000 rpm red line without any hassle. It delivers an average of 17kmpl on highway for and 13 kmpl in the city traffic.I am 5.8' and i feel the road visibility is pretty decent and if you are above 6 feet height you might hit the roof sometimes if you're not careful. The vehicle driving in city traffic is effortless and highway driving at those 120-130 speeds is always a cakewalk.The interiors feel plush and are of good quality. The seat cushioning is pretty good too. The leg room is more that enough for back and front passengers and three members can be easily accommodated in the back. The AC functions nicely but needs a little more improvement in the back. Lots of storage spaces in back and front and in door cabins can hold those large 2 l water bottles easily.The car comes with a large screen infotainment system which is user friendly and pairing smartphones with Bluetooth is very easy . The car also has sun roof, reverse camera, climate control, push start, cruise control, keyless entry etc and a ton of other features.The big boot of about 510 litres which is more than enough for any kind of long holiday trips with your family.I agree that certain features offered by its rivals like Projector headlamps, Day running LEDs etc., are still lacking on Honda city cars till date but it still does the job pretty well and i hope the Honda adds these features in its upcoming 2017 modelsFinal Verdict: This car a Man among the Boys in its league.
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