2023 Honda City: The City sedan of Japanese automaker Honda Motors is the flagship product of the company in India. The company is about to bring a new SUV of its own by the end of this year. Honda City is the best selling model in the country for the company. Honda has recently updated its sedan, and this time many major changes have been made. To compete with this car in the Indian market, another sedan is also going to be launched this month. Due to which the launch of new Honda City is considered to be the best at this time.
The changes made in this car are clearly visible from outside, which does not require much effort to understand. The new ‘Obsidian Blue Pearl’ color scheme looks stunning and gives the City a more premium look. Its carbon pattern design looks quite muscular. The new front bumper adds to the length of the new City. It also gets new 16-inch diamond cut alloys, body colored rear spoiler and a new rear bumper with carbon wrapped diffuser. Due to which it looks very attractive.
Its interiors are almost similar to the standard city petrol version. But its features have been changed. It gets a host of features including wireless smartphone connectivity, wireless charging, rain sensing auto wipers, a rearview camera, cabin air filter. It has got a huge cabin space. Users can use the smartphone app as a remote control.
We drove the new standard petrol City which comes with a 1.5L petrol engine that produces 121 PS of power and 145 Nm of torque. The standard variant is a 6-speed manual while we tested the CVT automatic. This engine follows the new RDE norms which is E20 ready. While its performance is quite smooth. It is quite comfortable to drive in the city. While its CVT gearbox works quite well at low speeds in stop-go traffic. While the engine makes a bit of noise when you accelerate hard. While the manual variant is a lot of fun and the CVT automatic is more fun to drive.
Equipped with ADAS
The new Honda City is equipped with ADAS technology. Its Honda sensing suite is quite important. It includes features like Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Departure Mitigation System, Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS), Lead Car Exit Information System and Auto High-beams.
Honda has expanded its hybrid line-up with a new entry-level variant of the City. The petrol CVT automatic is very easy, natural and smooth to drive. The top-end CVT is priced at Rs. 15.97 lakhs (ex-showroom) and is a great package at this price point.
We liked its new look, features, comfort and smooth engine, but no turbo petrol has been given in it.
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