The sedan market in the country is seeing a downfall since SUV segments have gained sudden traction. No doubt, the SUVs look bigger and have a taller stance, however, if you do not crave tall cars and higher seating position, the sedans become an optimum vehicle type for you since they offer luxury, space and comfort simultaneously. Thinking about premium sedans, the first car that comes to mind is Honda City. In this article, we will discuss 5 reasons to buy the Honda City.

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Premium Looks

Honda City hybrid exterior

The Honda City has over the years gone from a sporty sedan to a much premium looking car. The latest generation Honda City looks the part when it comes to being modern. The car gets full LED headlamps with 9 LED array, integrated DRLs, L-shaped LED turn indicators and LED tail lamps. This gives the car a very upmarket feel. Also, the car gets diamond cut alloy wheels.

Convenient Interiors

Honda City hybrid interior

The Honda City is a comfortable car to be in. The light tone interiors give it a very welcoming appeal. Also, the seats are very comfortable and provide ample space for a delightful travelling experience. The rear seats also get armrest with cup holders which enhance the overall usefulness of the cabin. Overall, the Honda City looks equally premium and modern on the inside as well.

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Utility Space

Honda City (6)

The Honda City also has ample utility space. It gets a 506-litre boot space that can fit almost anything that a passenger would need to carry while travelling. Also, the seats have back pockets with special pockets for holding phones. The car also gets a smartphone pocket in the centre console. The front console also gets cup holders in the City.


Remote Ignition new Honda City

The Honda City comes loaded with features to excite drivers. The car gets a remote engine start-stop feature, G-Meter, lane watch camera, connected car tech with Alexa integration, one-touch electric sunroof, ambient lighting, 8 speaker premium sound system, fully digital instrument cluster, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and many others.

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Engine Options & Fuel Efficiency

The City gets 1.5-litre petrol as well as a diesel engine. Both these engines come mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The petrol unit also comes mated to a 7-speed CVT gearbox. The manual gearbox when mated to the petrol engine delivers a mileage of 17.8kmpl (ARAI-certified) and when mated to the diesel unit delivers a mileage of 24.1kmpl (ARAI-certified). The petrol unit when mated to the CVT gearbox delivers a mileage of 18.4kmpl (ARAI-certified).

With all these factors pushing for the Honda City, the car becomes an all-rounder. It perfectly blends comfort with performance without compromising on space or features.

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