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Honda City

Rs 8.5 - Rs 13.57 Lakh
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Engine 1497 cc
Mileage 17.4 kmpl
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger No
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 16,442 /mo.
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Recent Updates of Honda City

Honda has given a mid-life update to the sixth-gen City in India. The facelift includes cosmetic enhancements, but the engine-transmission options remain the same. The City also loses the E and SX variants in the process, and there's a new top-end ZX variant now which boasts of features like LED headlamps and fog lamps, sunroof with one-touch open/close, six airbags and a new 7.0 AVN system. Cosmetic updates include reworked front and rear bumpers, redesigned headlamps and a thicker front grille. The top variants also get 16-inch alloy wheels now.rnrnThe prices now start from Rs 8.50 lakh and go all the way up to Rs 13.57 lakh (both ex-showroom, Delhi). The Honda City competes with the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento and Fiat Linea.

Price List of Honda City

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Diesel Variant(s)
1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 25.6 kmpl
Rs 10.76 Lakh*
1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 25.6 kmpl
Rs 11.56 Lakh*
1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 25.6 kmpl
Rs 12.87 Lakh*
1498 cc, 98.6 bhp, 25.6 kmpl
Rs 13.57 Lakh*
Petrol Variant(s)
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 17.4 kmpl
Rs 8.5 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 17.4 kmpl
Rs 9.54 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 17.4 kmpl
Rs 10 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 18 kmpl
Rs 11.54 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 17.4 kmpl
Rs 11.65 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 18 kmpl
Rs 12.85 Lakh*
1497 cc, 117.3 bhp, 18 kmpl
Rs 13.53 Lakh*

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User Reviews of Honda City

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    Ashish Malwankar Oct 16, 2015

    A Best Car with Good looks best interior with a great fuel efficiency driving is the pleasure . Now they have given good ground Clearance with good suspension Read More

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    Anindya DUtt Aug 04, 2015

    Honda is best performance wise. The fastest pick up, best power to weight ratio, value for money. Low on maintenance, and is comfortable for seating 5. What Honda can do better to ensure no one come close second are 1. Give more accessories than its competition, if not match them 2. Higher ground clearance 3. Should avid fluidic look, as Read More

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    AMIT VASHISTH Jul 30, 2015

    Yesterday I was on my way to my Office in my Honda city VX MT (Bought in Feb 2015). Sun Roof glass exploded all of a sudden in the middle of road. Thankfully because of a highway, there wasn't any other vehicle nearby. Else I might had met with a serious road accident. I was fortunate that the inner shutter Read More

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Videos of Honda City

Watch latest video reviews of Honda City to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

Pictures of Honda City

Colors of Honda City

  • Alabaster Silver

  • Bold Beige Metallic

  • Carnelian Red Pearl

  • Golden Brown Metallic

  • Modern Steel Metallic

  • Sparkling Brown Metallic

  • Taffeta White

  • Urban Titanium Metallic

  • White Orchid Pearl

Mileage of Honda City

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 21.6 kmpl 25.6 kmpl
Petrol 14 kmpl 18 kmpl

Review of Honda City



The Honda City has been the bread and butter model for the Japanese carmaker, and the car has dominated the C-segment sedan space for a long time. Now that the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz has taken the lead, the Honda City facelift aims to take the throne back.

Honda as added more features, gotten rid of the lower E variant and included a new range-topping ZX variant to the City line-up. The top trim packs six airbags while ABS, dual airbags and ISOFIX child seat anchors are now standard across the range. It shows that the company is moving in the right direction and prioritising safety. Several buyers complain that the top variants don’t come with an automatic transmission forcing them to pick either goodies or convenience. The City gets the CVT automatic in the petrol-powered top trim while the manual transmission has been shown the door.

Engines and transmission combinations remain untouched, and the City retains its petrol and diesel engine, both displacing 1.5-litre. The petrol comes with the option of a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT with paddle shifters for jumping between seven pre-set ratios while a 6-speed manual transmission is the only choice if you want the diesel powertrain.

These changes are expected to help the company position the City as an upmarket alternative over the affordable Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. As expected, the prices have gone up but so has its appeal.


On the outside, the instantly notable change is the smaller slab of chrome and a bigger grille. The LED headlamps flanking the redesigned grille are also new for the 2017 City along with the LED DRLs and LED fog lamps.

At the back, the tail lamps pack LEDs and so does the number plate light. The high mount stop lamp is built into the spoiler, which is neatly integrated into the boot lid. Around the sides, the bigger 16-inch diamond cut wheels are new for 2017 replacing, the older 15-inchers, which wore a sober face.


The LED theme is carried over from outside, and the cabin lights are also of the LED variety. The internal rear view mirror is also auto dimming and frameless. In the roof-mounted console, there are switches to open and close the sunroof, which can now be done with just one push.

The steering wheel now has telescopic adjustment, and the dials behind are white backlit instead of the older blue tint. The dashboard has a soft touch finish, and Honda claims to have worked on insulating the harsh clatter of the all-aluminium diesel block.

The infotainment system in the centre stack has also received a thorough update. However, Android Auto or Apple CarPlay are still nowhere to be found, but MirrorLink makes up for the shortcomings to a certain extent. The infotainment touchscreen is now a 7-inch unit, and it takes display input from a USB port or an HDMI port.

Another USB port or the internal 1.5GB of storage can be used up for multimedia while a memory card holds all the maps for offline navigation. The infotainment system can connect to WiFi and update the traffic data in real time. With the Internet connected, you can also check your emails and browse the web.

Dimensions remain identical and so does the space on the inside. It’s a roomy cabin, and that has made it a serious contender for buyers looking for a chauffeur-driven car.


The Honda City has gained some new bits, and they help make the package better than before. Some features are a first for the segment but are mostly present in the top variants. The Honda City still commands a premium over its competitors and with the facelift, the gap has only widened. The City may still see the sales numbers ticking, but does the facelift take the game to another level? We doubt.

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News of Honda City

Honda City Facelift Launched At Rs 8.5 Lakh

2017 Honda City Honda has launched the City facelift at Rs 8.5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). In its latest avatar, Honda has given the City prominent updates, especially in the safety sector. As expect Read More

Posted On | Feb 14, 2017 | 7504 Views

Honda City VX (O) BL variant launched

Honda Cars India has introduced a the new City VX (O) BL grade in Honda City with all-new leather interiors. The new variant is positioned alongside the current VX (O) version, which is available in b Read More

Posted On | Jan 22, 2016 | 1453 Views
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