Interior and Exterior video walkarounds of the new Honda City

Posted on: Nov 25, 2013 - 6:07pm IST

Its not often that Honda conducts a world premiere in India. Sorry, lets correct that statement: Honda Cars has never conducted a world premiere in India, until today. The all-new Honda City was unveiled in New Delhi a couple of hours ago, and is all set to go on sale in India in early 2014.

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From the outside, the new City’s design can be termed as an evolution of its predecessor, rather than a revolution. It will be the first Honda in India to sport the brand’s new design language termed as “EXCITING H DESIGN”. While its predecessor had an “Arrow Shot” form, the designers of the new City have coined the phrase “Sleek Cross-motion form”.

Underneath the hood, for the first time ever, the new City will be available with a diesel heart. Honda haven’t released the specifications of this engine, though the company has made it official that the 1.5-liter EarthDreams engine found powering the Amaze will be used.

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The petrol City will use an improved version of the current 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine. Again, the specifications are unknown, though in the previous City, this engine produces 118 PS and 144 Nm of torque, and was made available with a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed auto with paddle shifters.

Catch our complete coverage of the New Honda City from its Delhi premiere

Features on the redesigned City include multi-function steering wheel, push-button start, 5-inch monitor, audio system with USB, Aux and iPod jacks, rear aircon vent, cruise control and sunroof.

Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for further updates on the new City.

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6 thoughts on “Interior and Exterior video walkarounds of the new Honda City

  1. Indraveer says:

    Does it have a cooled glove box?

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    1. Anjan Ravi says:

      Hi Indraveer,

      No, Honda would have mentioned it as a feature then. So for now, we’re assuming No.

      Reply
    2. Hi Indraveer, we were not able to verify this, we will soon find out and revert.

      Reply
  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    This is what we have to look forward to after spending 8 to 12 L?
    Typical Japanese/Third world design at the best!!!

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    1. Hemant says:

      Can understand your disappointment…Im sure the ‘all new introductory prices’ of this ‘all new’ city will add to your feelings…

      Reply
  3. naren says:

    Honda city diesel has 6 speed manual gearbox:D

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