Honda City

₹ 8.11 - 12.43 Lakh*
Ex-showroom price
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3.8 / 5
based on 20 reviews

The new City returns with best in class space and fuel economy along with an all new automatic gearbox

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Honda City Price List

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    Diesel Variants
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 9.33 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 9.99 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 10.44 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 11.11 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 12.12 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 12.43 Lakh*
    • 1498 cc, Diesel, 26 kmpl
      ₹ 12.43 Lakh*
    Petrol Variants
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 8.11 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 8.79 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 9.32 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 9.93 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 18 kmpl
      ₹ 10.39 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 10.93 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 11.24 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
      ₹ 11.24 Lakh*
    • 1497 cc, Petrol, 18 kmpl
      ₹ 12.05 Lakh*




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City Color Options

  • Alabaster Silver Metallic - Honda City

  • White Orchid Pearl

  • Urban Titanium Metallic

  • Tefeta White

  • Golden Brown Metallic

  • Carnelian Red Pearl

  • Taffeta White

  • Bold Beige Metallic

  • Sparkling Brown Metallic

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  • Comfort
  • Looks
  • Engine
  • Interiors
  • Safety
  • Mileage

The 4th generation Honda City has taken the game up a notch over its popular predecessor and for the segment as a whole. While the length and width of the car remain the same as the third generation model the new City is 40mm taller and the wheelbase has gone up by 50mm compared to the outgoing model.

The new Honda City wears the company’s H Design concept that works around the company’s ‘man maximum machine minimum’ philosophy that has incorporated new design elements such as new bumpers that feature a variation of angular designs and smooth curves, the head lights maintain a similar profile to those on the earlier car while the front grille features a solid bar of chrome with the Honda logo placed prominently in the centre. The front bumper has a centrally located air dam with fog lamp housings at either end. The corners of the bumpers have flat contours that end at a sharp edge with the front then flowing downwards between the grille and the air dam. The lower section of the bumper ends in a angular manner with sharp edges that lend a nice visual appeal.

Around the sides, a prominent crease runs from the lower section of the front doors to the tail lights giving the car a sporty profile that is further accentuated by a rearward sloping coupe-like roofline featuring a shark fin radio ariel, the lower section of the doors features a curve stretching from the top of the rocker panel at the front to the rear wheel arch, lending a visual break, while new five spoke alloy wheels complete the new side profile.

At the back, the new Honda City gets new tail lights that are sleeker and longer and flow on to the boot lid. The tail lights are connected by a strip of chrome located over the license plate holder. The boot lid and bumper slope out from under the tail lights to give the car a bigger look. The rear bumper gets a curve at the lower section to break the monotony of the otherwise flat contour with a faux rear skirt incorporating reflectors.

While the exteriors have been updated its the interiors of the new City that is the real game changer for the car. The front seats are supportive and well cushioned while the wide rear seat can accommodate three adults in complete comfort and provide plenty of under thigh support and legroom is more than plenty with the longer wheelbase of the car. The new City also has a bigger boot than its predecessor with a commodious 510 litres of space.

The quality of trim materials are good on the new Honda City and the dashboard comes with silver accents and piano black trim is used in the centre console and around the driver’s side air vent to lend an upmarket appeal. The quality of plastics are good and even the air vents feel solid and well built.

Honda’s new city packs in a healthy equipment list with a new infotainment system with a 5-inch LCD screen that gets Bluetooth and AUX connectivity along with CD and DVD compatibility, the car also offers first-in-class touch screen controls for the climate control system with air vents for rear seat passengers as well. The new Honda City comes with electric power steering power windows all around, electric ORVMs, engine start/stop button, keyless entry, rear defogger and sunroof.

Under the hood, the fourth generation Honda City continues to be powered by the renowned 1.5 litre petrol engine developing 119PS of power @6,600 rpm and 145Nm of torque @ 4,600 rpm but has been retuned to offer better driveability, the engine continues to be mated to a five-speed manual gearbox while the automatic gearbox is now a CVT unit for better fuel efficiency. The CVT has been tuned to overcome the rubber band effect associated with the type of gearbox and comes with seven stepped ratios that are responsive and can be controlled via paddle shifters behind the steering wheel. The manual Honda City is claimed to return 17.8 km/pl while the automatic is said to be more efficient with a claimed fuel efficiency figure of 17.9 km/pl.

For the first time the Honda City has been equipped with a diesel engine as well. The motor in question is the company’s 1.5 litre i-DTEC four cylinder oil burner that made its Indian debut in the Honda Amaze compact sedan. The engine develops an identical 100 PS of power @ 3,600 rpm and 200Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm. However, the unit in the new City has been mated to a six-speed manual gearbox for better fuel efficiency in the taller sixth gear that makes it India’s most efficient car in India with a claimed fuel efficiency of 26 km/pl.



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Honda City Picture

What we like

Best in class space, new age features

What we don't like

Nothing Really


Honda City Picture
Honda City Pictures

What we like

Looks modern, retains the old design

What we don't like

Alloy wheels look dated


 The diesel engine is smooth and has linear power delivery

What we like

The diesel engine in the Honda City has a claimed fuel efficiency of 26 km/pl making it India's most fuel efficient car

What we don't like

Too much engine noise inside the cabin of the Honda City diesel


 The Honda City has strong braking manners and the car behaves well when swerved at high speeds

What we like

Strong brakes that don't lock up quickly

What we don't like

None as of now


 The Honda City has a comfortable ride and the car holds the road commendably

What we like

Good high speed stability

What we don't like

Road noise inside cabin over poor roads

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Available EMI options
(For 60 months with interest rate of 10.5% and down payment of ₹ 81,100)
₹ 15,686 per month


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Honda City In News

Honda City VX (O) BL variant launched

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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 beige leather interiors with the manual transmission in both petrol & diesel engine. The automaker launched the VX (O) variant of the City 2015, wh...Read Full News

Honda Car India announces price hike

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With the new year just round the corner, manufacturers are revising the prices of the vehicles with the rise of production. Honda Car India has also announced the rise of prices from 1st January 2016. Honda sells 6 vehicles in India namely Brio, Amaze, Jazz, Mobilio, City, and CR-V. All of the vehicles have gone through price rise. The prices are ...Read Full News

Honda Cars launches special campaign for repair of flood affected cars in Chennai

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Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) today launched a special initiative to support repair activities of flood affected Honda cars in Chennai. As part of the various measures taken, the carmaker has waived off the labour charges on customer’s expenses for the repair of affected cars. The company is also providing a 10% discount on the spare parts and 50% d...Read Full News

Love the City

By Vishal Posted on 14 Mar 14, 01:14 PM

Pros Great Looks,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons ,None

After owning a Honda City for 5 years I now know why Honda has such a large fan following. I absolutely love my City. Its classy, its a great drive, service experience is hassle free, It returns good fuel economy, its comfortable. All in all it fits every requirement that a car buyer of this segment can have. the 1.5 litre IVTEC engine returns an economy of about 13 kmlitre on an average, My friend's Honda City has shown 15 kmlitre in the city conditions a few times. Its spacious. My whole family drives sround comfortably in this car. Then theres a massive boot. Its a very value for money product in the true sense. Walk into a Honda Showroom and they address every problem correctly. Its great owning a Honda.

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6 of 7 users found this review helpful.

Always i love honda city. now it is coming in diesel so i love so much

By Nagaraj Posted on 10 Dec 13, 10:18 PM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons ,road clearence from road to bottem heights low then other seden models cars

i have 2 cars in our lovely honda company one zx 2006 and iv tech2010., but i sold iv tech this year main reason of petrol price increase high.nw u give in diesel i am the 1st buyer in my city when u open ur test drive

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9 of 13 users found this review helpful.

Dangerous Flaw in the car....

By Alpa Sheth Posted on 06 Jun 14, 09:18 AM

Pros Good Performance,Fuel Efficiency,

Cons ,Major problem in door opening

Hi, I recently got a Honda City Diesel vehicle. Within less than a month the rear door handle was dysfunctional with the result that you could not open the door from inside and someone had to go over from the outside to open the door for you. When I sent it back for repairs, the serviceman confided that this is a very common problem they are encountering in all these new vehicles. This flaw is dangerous as in case of an emergency it is impossible for the occupant to open the door and jump out. I think Honda should recall all the cars where this flaw exists. I am sure they know it is there but it will take a lawsuit for them to recall the cars. IMy previous vehicle was also a Honda City which I used for 7 years but did not experience this problem. Alpa Sheth

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58 of 71 users found this review helpful.

City is best sedan in India

By Deve Gowda Posted on 14 Mar 14, 04:21 PM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons ,nothing negative

The new Honda city is a gem of a car. I wanted to buy it for so long. I took loan from HDFC bank to get this car and i am very happy. I got 80% loan and I was able to buy the diesel version and complete my dream. My wife is very happy over the purchase of the new city and family is overjoyed to see such a beautiful and high-end car in my garage. I am proud to own the Honda City and it feels very good to do the same. Honda Dealer in bangalore is very good. He assisted me with my purchase and gave me good price. The car according to many expert review is very good car. My family of five members can easily travel now. The boot has good space and mileage is best in the market. Honda city is best car in India at present.

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26 of 32 users found this review helpful.

Honda City diesel notes

By Armaan Posted on 13 Mar 14, 12:20 AM

Pros Good Performance,Great Interiors,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons Average Looks,

The new Honda City is a very nice car indeed. And after much waiting it is finnaly available with a diesel engine option. Now, there have been a lot of complaints about engine noise and I too feel that there is a bit too much of engine noise inside the cabin. But as far as I am concerned, this is the only problem with the new Honda City diesel as the car other wise is quite frankly a brilliant. The diesel engine has good power right from the moment it gets going. And the gearbox with six gears is easy to use and accurate. Although, the sixth gear should be used for cruising for getting better efficiency and you have to drive in fourth or fifth gear to overtake another vehicle. It is also surprising to see that such a big car is the most efficient vehicle in our country with a claimed mileage of 26 kml. According to me though, the biggest revolution for the car is its interior. There is so much more space inside the new Honda City. The seats are big and comfortable and even tall passengers can sit at the front or at the back without a problem. I also like the music system, the touch screen ac control and the sunroof. What I do not like are the exteriors that look like the old City from the front and a not so nice version of the BMW 3 series from the back. Otherwise, the Honda City diesel is a brilliant car.

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27 of 31 users found this review helpful.


By MOORTHY Posted on 27 Jul 15, 02:03 PM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons ,I cant by BMW so i purchased equivalent one.

Before purchased the car i had analyzed more then 3 month all car details,because i will go to buy one car that best car in my level.God wishes i got it 100% satisfaction my Honda city VXD(O) after purchase.About my car no one given against comments.

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10 of 11 users found this review helpful.

Stylish, Robust and Powerful

By Dinesh Posted on 12 Mar 14, 04:56 PM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Comfort,

Cons Average Fuel Efficiency,Low ground clearance

I have owned a Honda city for around 1.5 years now (2012 model). I am always proud to own it and have never regretted my decision to choose it over Verna Fluidic. The car looks very stylish, is robust on bad roads and just zips through when accelerated. Sometimes I've had problems due to slightly lower ground clearance, but nothing major. It gives a highway mileage of around 17kmpl. However in city it drops down to around 13.5 kmpl. Overall an amazing car to drive in city or on the highway. Adds to pride too.

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9 of 10 users found this review helpful.

Honda City Review

By Srinivas Posted on 18 Jun 14, 06:31 PM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Look

Cons CongestedUncomfortable,Need more fuel efficnecy,alloy wheels

Exterior very good, i liked it. it is best part of it. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) No features like remote boot lid opener, cd player, etc there are a lot . it also don't .

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48 of 79 users found this review helpful.

Poor Design and Mindless cost cutting

By Rajnish Aggarwal Posted on 16 Sep 14, 11:31 PM

Pros ,Just Average

Cons ,Poor Design of Bluetooth and Mindless cost cutting

Five letdowns in my Honda City 1. No remote Handset for audio System You cannot control your audio system if you are driven by a chauffeur. Interestingly this was a part of Honda city earlier, but thanks to penury cost cutting the customers will have to live with this big handicap 2. Inadequate audio controls on the steering No mute button on the steering, no button to switch on off your stereo from the steering. The Bluetooth operating buttons on the steering are also not well placed and one touch last number redial is missing. Other competitors like Hyundai Verna score much better here. 3. Only one electronic key with the car Honda City comes with one electronic and one mechanical key. The cheapest of the cars in the market (which come with central locking) would be put to shame by this level of cost cutting by Honda. The replacement of this lone key costs a bomb. 4. Poor cabin lighting No map light above drivers head (SV Variant). In other variants the middle cabin light is taken away in lieu of the map light still leaving the cabin poorly lit. 5. Mindless Designing The Bluetooth mic of the SV variant is installed on the stereo panel (below the aircon vent) instead of the standard mounting on the roof above the drivers head (it is installed correctly in V VX variants). This results in very poor mic performance and the person on the other end of the phone can never hear the driver clearly. A live demonstration was conducted in presence of Honda officials and the sound quality picked up by the mic of SV variant was extremely poor as compared to other variants (VVX) of Honda City. After the matter was escalated to the President Honda India Mr. Kanayama, Honda customer care head Mr Rajneesh Raheja asked for two weeks to find a solution from the vendors end. However later I was shamelessly advised to choose from three options a) to move my mouth nearer to the mic while driving b) to reduce my aircon fan speed c) to buy an external Bluetooth mic from the market. There are other customer complaints regarding this which were also shared with Honda India. If any other Honda City (SV variant) customer wants to join the group of dissatisfied customers who wish to join the group in this struggle please contact on

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Honda City V AT

By Prateek Posted on 27 Mar 14, 01:52 AM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Comfort,

Cons Average Fuel Efficiency,

The Honda City is a great buck for the money.I love the car personally and its my third in a row.Love the service provided by Honda.

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17 of 25 users found this review helpful.