Mileage - excellent
Power - very good
handling - excellent
Body structure - Average ( old city was way better)
interior - excellent
ground clearance - Average
All the attention is focused on the engine. The 1.5 litre i-DTEC engine that does duty in the Amaze finds a home in the City. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox that generates 99bhp@3,600rpm and generates a torque of 200Nm. Yes, it is a noisy motor and though Honda has tried its best to dampen that noise, it needed some more effort. The diesel is all about fuel efficiency here and don't expect it to be fun to drive.
The new City is as long as the outgoing model but the wheelbase has been increased by 50mm which takes the tally upto 2.6 meters and that directly translates into more leg room at the rear. 6-footers will be a happy bunch in this car as there is enough and more space to accommodate them and their long legs.
It was obvious that the car which was the most successful of the Honda machines, will be the recipient of this very engine. Honda has finally placed a diesel engine at the heart of the City.
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