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The Honda City has been the most famous car that is running on the Indian roads and the car is in its fourth generation in the country. With the new updates that the sedan got in the year 2017, with all the new equipment that was added to this Honda car, it looks forward to regaining its top spot in the term of sale in sedans.
The Japanese automakers have provided the new Honda City with a makeover that goes with their modern design philosophy. The new bumpers and the change in the alloy wheels give the car a very sporty look. The new diamond cut variety will be an option for the Indian market, in conjunction with the ongoing model.
No changes have been made on the engine front and the car will continue to run with a 1.5-litre petrol or a 1.5-litre diesel engine. The petrol version of the model churns 119bhp and 145Nm of torque, whereas the diesel version runs on 99bhp and 200Nm of torque.
The petrol model offers a 5-speed manual and automatic CVT gearbox option and the diesel model comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox. On the safety front, the City comes with dual airbags and ABS.
A new Honda City price in India starts at INR 8.50 lakhs and a used Honda City car can be bought around INR 5 lakhs, depending on the condition of the car.Technical Specifications-