The New Honda City Will Be Launched In India On Feb 14

In India, the 2017 Honda City Prices are likely to fall within the range of Rs 8.5 lakh – Rs 13 lakh.

The new Honda City was recently launched in Thailand last month.

The facelifted Honda City looks similar to the Honda Civic with a wider front fascia and slimmer chrome finished stripes on the grille than the existing model. The entry-level S (MT) petrol variant of the saloon might cost around Rs 8.5 lakh, while the top-ranging model could be priced around Rs 13 lakh. It boasts of new generation features like Andriod Auto, Apple car Play and voice command. On the power train side, the facelift version will carry same petrol and diesel engine as the current Honda City.

The new Honda City will compete with the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid and the Volkswagen Vento.

New Honda City 2017 Specifications

Engine – 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder i-DTEC Diesel

Maximum Power – 99bhp @ 3600rpm

Maximum Torque – 200Nm @ 1750rpm

Engine – 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder i-VTEC Petrol

Maximum Power – 117bhp @ 6600rpm

Maximum Torque – 145Nm @ 4600rpm

Transmission – 5-speed Manual & CVT

New Honda City 2017 Mileage

Variant – Expected Mileage

Petrol Model – 17kmpl

Diesel Model – 26kmpl

Six Colours Of New Honda City 2017 

Orchid Pearl White

Carnelian Red Pearl

Alabaster Silver

Golden Brown

Steel Grey (instead of Urban Titanium).

Features Of New Honda City 2017 

Bolder chromed grille
New front and rear bumpers
Sheet metal contours
Extra side creases
Civic-inspired wraparound tail-lamps
Revised boot lid
Larger projector headlamps
LED daytime running lights

Interior Of New Honda City 2017 

The City is one of the most feature-rich cars. The model will receive a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with navigation system, push button start/stop, electronic sunroof and leather seats. Other features on offer will include eight speaker audio system with CD player, Aux-in and Bluetooth support, climate control unit with AC vents for front and rear passengers, rear parking camera, five-inch LCD display, power outlets at the rear seats, multimedia system, a touch-panel with climate control system and many more.

   360° View of Honda City 

Images Of 2017 Honda City 


Sources – Indian Car news.



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