Honda City Prices are announced – here are the details
- Petrol E MT 7.42 lakh
- Petrol S MT 8.04 lakh
- Petrol SV MT 8.49 lakh
- Petrol V MT 8.99 lakh
- Petrol VX MT 9.93 lakh
- Petrol V CVT 9.49 lakh
- Petrol VX CVT 10.98 lakh
- Diesel E MT 8.62 lakh
- Diesel S MT 9.24 lakh
- Diesel SV MT 9.66 lakh
- Diesel V MT 10.16 lakh
- Diesel VX MT 11.10 lakh
Honda to increase the number of sales outlets to 170 in 107 cities by March 2014
Spares cost comparisons with competition for the new Honda City
Reliability of parts vis a vis competition
Diesel City maintenance cost
Maintenance cost for the petrol CVT
Honda to offer roadside assistance and extended warranty
More than 30 accessories for the new Honda City
Here’s the image for the Honda City print ad campaign
Features on various City variants
Petrol and Diesel manual City to get 5 trim levels… with two additional grades for the CVT petrol
Interior and other cabin features of the new Honda City
new City safety measures
Ground clearance has been improved for Indian roads
City is claimed to be the most silent car in its segment
The chassis and suspension of the new City have been tuned to improve safety, enhance comfort and improve the fun to drive factor
New CVT tech for the i-VTEC petrol improves fuel efficiency
Details of the 1.5 i-VTEC petrol engine
New 6 speed transmission graph for the diesel City
Petrol to get 5 speed manual and CVT, diesel to get only a six speed manual transmission
Honda claims that the legroom of the new City is comparable with the D segment cars, trunk space is also class leading
Here’s a comparison of the new City with the previous City.
Honda City to be available in six new colors. Golden brown metallic has been developed specifically for the model
Honda asserts that the city scores above its competition with its cool design, and topped by spacious cabin and fuel efficient engines.
More than 4.3 lakh Honda City cars sold in India already
Honda City gets the JP Power initial quality study Award for the 11th time in a row.
Delivery of Honda City diesel will begin in mid February sue to production constraints. the company is optimize production to meet demand. Deliveries of the City –VTEC petrol will begin in March.
By the end of the next financial year (end of March 2014) Honda plans to launch two more products in India market (Vezel and Mobilio?)
The official also commits launch of new products in India, well suited to the Indian customer to increase Honda’s footprint in India
Honda official takes the stage, states that the new car will be available at ‘a very reasonable price’ – time to cheer for all of us, yeay!
The new i-DTEC engine uses technologies like lightweight piston, low viscosity oil and a lightweight construction to achieve the par with class power and class leading efficiency of 26kmpl.
The event is underway now. The focus of the launch would be the i-DTEC unit, a first for the car, ever.
Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL) is launching its new, fourth-generation City in India at New Delhi. Honda City India Price will be announced at the event. As you would expect, we are reporting live from the launch event, where the price, variants and all the additional details about this new C segment car will be revealed. So stay tuned as we bring to you every detail about the highly anticipated City from the launch.
In the meantime, you might want to browse a few more articles we have written about this once segment-leading car covering every aspect of the machine.
With the new gen model, the City will feature a much needed diesel engine in the form of the 1.5 litre i-DTEC which also powers the Amaze. With a fuel efficiency of 26 kmpl, the City 1.5 diesel is laying its claim on being the most fuel efficient of car. Power figures have not been announced yet, but the engine on the City will be more powrerful than the one on the Amaze. The engine would also have performance figures that would be at par with those from the rivals.
The petrol variant will be powered by the same 1.5 litre iVTEC 4-pot motor that powers the current model. For the new car though, the engine is expected to boast of better power output and higher fuel efficiency . Transmisison duties will be taken care of by a 6 speed manual transmission on both petrol and diesel variants or by a CVT auto meant only for the 1.5 petrol version.
The expected power and torque output figures for the two engines are 98 bhp and 200 Nm for the diesel, and 118 bhp and 145 Nm for the petrol.
Feature list is quite impressive too. Here we have a bullet list of goodies offered on the new City
- 5 Inch Monitor Audio with handsfree functionality
- Capacitive display with sensitive touch
- Easy menus for simple operation
- Bluetooth Audio with Aux / ipod / USB connectivity
- Hands free telephony – speed dial and phone book access
- FM/ AM Radio, Music CD, Data CD
- Screen doubles up for rear view camera images
- Rear Camera has three modes – Wide, Normal and Top Down
- Custom wallpaper functionality on the screen
- Eight speaker loudspeaker system with claimed realistic sound quality