In Images – Interior of the new Honda City

Posted on: Nov 25, 2013 - 5:01pm IST

Honda has just taken the wraps off the all-new City in New Delhi, India. For some of you who wanted detailed images of the interiors and exteriors, this exhaustive collection of images, along with our previous sets, should fulfill your needs!

All New Honda City in India touch panel auto AC ON
This is the touch-panel for the auto AC system.

First, here are a few things that caught our eye. The touch-panel for the auto AC in the new City is the same as that of the 2014 Honda Jazz/Fit which went on sale in Japan recently. Even the three-pod instrument cluster with its blue backlighting shares a lot with the new Jazz. [Editor’s Note: According to the odo, this City has covered 91 km. That’s 91 km without being spotted or photographed in India!]

Ok, we’ll make this simple: The aircon vents, start-stop button, steering wheel with its integrated controls are all lifted from the new Jazz.

All New Honda City in India rear AC
The new City comes with rear AC vents.

Moving to the rear seats, the new City gets separate aircon vents to cool its rear passengers. Its still unclear whether these are merely blowers, or the aircon unit themselves.

The wheelbase of the car is improved by 50 mm which should enhance the rear seat comfort. The shoulder room and head room are up by 40 mm and 10 mm respectively.

The new City will launch in India in early 2014 with a petrol and a diesel engine. The petrol motor is an improved version of the existing 1.5-liter i-VTEC, while the diesel engine is the 1.5-liter EarthDreams unit which is seen powering the Honda Amaze.

New Honda City Interior Image Gallery

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14 thoughts on “In Images – Interior of the new Honda City

  1. Raja Ram says:

    For some reason I love that center console. Especially that touch panel. 🙂

  2. Jagan says:

    What a waste!! When will Honda learn to make beautiful interiors. The 2014 dashboard is a mess with no symmetry no harmony or seamless design. The audio system looks like an 3rd party integration with so much of space on either sides The lines go from here to there with no sense at all. Weird looking dated round audio controls and the wheel. And that protruding switch on the speedometer looks like a last minute additions. USB socket area is stupidly misaligned. Even the whole dash is crazily done with sharp and round edges. It looks like a cheap replica mad by the Chinese wholesale designers. Three thumbs down. You always disappoint us.

    1. Amit says:

      Agree. Interiors look cheap and all over the place.

  3. A R Khan says:

    hello, Ranjan

    thanx for posting so much details of New honda city. i think u are the first one to give so detailed infn of extr & intr of NHC.
    very nice site!!!

    A R Khan

    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Hello A R Khan,

      Thank you very much for the appreciation, we aim to provide you with more details in the coming days 😀

  4. deepak says:

    what a great update to an already classic model!

    great job!!!

  5. karthick says:

    smartly moved interiors when compared to verna and vento/rapid. waiting for price comparison…..

  6. Amit says:

    One thing is not clear – the steering wheel shows Cruise Control but the gears show as manual. Are these pics of two separate cars or is it Cruise Control with Manual Gears?

    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Hi Amit

      cruise control can be had on a manual transmission. In fact the current City VMT model comes with this feature already.

  7. jazz says:

    Feature rich but not fresh..the single chrome grill looking like a aftermarket treatment ..

  8. EK says:


    Any word from Honda on Diesel AT? Its a great option for city driving.

    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Nope, no word on that. Its unlikely to happen as well.

      1. EK says:

        What an missed opportunity!

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