Pros : looks,quality
Cons : ride and handling
Until just over a year ago, Honda had been ruling the market in all the segments it was present in India. All its models- City, Civic, Accord and CR-V used to top the sales charts year after year. But with the launch of new models like the Corolla Altis, Superb and the Fortuner, the long dominance of Honda in the luxury space seemed to come to an end. The only model that seemed unaffected by the proceedings was the City, the bread and butter of Honda in India. City had been ruling the Midsize car segment in India for quite a long time. Launched way back in 1998, the car started the journey of Honda in India and has been the mainstay of Honda in India since then. Almost all car makers in India have tried dethroning Honda from that position, but had met with little success till now. Only SX4 had managed to challenge the reign of the City for a brief period after its launch, but Honda soon bounced back with a much improved City and later with a major facelift to ride over the SX4. New models sprung up quite regularly, but none could make an impact even up to what SX4 could achieve.
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