Honda City has been one of the largest selling premium sedans in the country. People love its bold looks and dynamic performance. However, the current-gen Honda city looks quite dated now and the 2020 Honda City will be launching soon in an all-new avatar.
The new generation Honda city is longer and wider than its predecessor and also beats the current benchmark holder the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. Find all dimensions below
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Clearly the new generation Honda City is better than both its rival and predecessor. The height of the car is shorter however you will not notice this minor difference in daily life.
Sharp angular lines are a part of the package as before. The new car looks more sophisticated and cleaner in comparison to its previous generation counterpart. A thick Chrome grille with sleek extensions of chrome on the upper edges and extending over the headlamps give it a unique look.
The full LED headlamps have become larger too and a new eyebrow like DRL comes with the new deal. You get door-mounted Rear-view mirrors which make it look bolder. On the rear, bigger LED taillamps with rounded edges and LED inserts to make an appearance in the new generation in Honda City. You get shark fin antenna and 16-inch alloy wheels borrowed from the predecessor.
Major changes have been made to the interiors of the car. The cabin layout has been completely redesigned and the driver’s cockpit feels sportier than before. Multi-function Steering Wheel, 7-inch TFT screen with simple-looking dials have been provided in the instrument cluster.
Dual-tone interiors can be expected in the new offering with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with all the modern bells and whistles. Three round dials have been provided for automatic climate control adding a classic touch to the interiors. The vertically laid cascading type AC vents also make the interiors of this car stand out in the market.
The new Honda City 2020 next-generation car will likely get a 1.5litre turbocharged BS6 petrol engine, which is currently available in the Honda Civic and HR-V in the global markets. Both 5-speed manual and CVT transmission will be on offer. The engine will likely produce 121Ps and 200Nm of torque.
The new Honda City 2020 is expected to come only in three variants- V, VX and ZX. The current BS6 emission norms will likely hike the price up and the new car is expected to start at Rs.10 lakh. Also, Honda started with the booking of the Honda Civic Diesel BS6. This car is expected to launch soon too.