2014 Honda City variants & features leaked! Launching on Jan 7

Posted on: Dec 27, 2013 - 9:05am IST

Honda Cars India will launch the all-new 2014 City on January 7, 2014. Following the global reveal held in India on November 25, Honda is yet to announce the prices for the new City, and even the number of variants and variant-wise features are unknown…until now.

2014 Honda City variants and features

Team ICE say that this is the specification sheet for the new City diesel, and according to the information present here, the new City will be available in five variants – E, S, SV, V, VX. All variants of the City diesel will sport ABS, EBD and a driver airbag as standard, while the top three variants get a front passenger airbag in addition.

The touchscreen-controlled automatic AC system will be available on the SV, V and VX models, while the E and S will come equipped with a conventional, manual system. Rear aircon vents are also available on the top three variants only.

2014 Honda City variants and features 2

While steering-mounted audio controls will be available on all variants apart from the base E, the 5-inch monitor-equipped, 8-speaker audio system is contained to the top V and VX models. The S and SV get an inbuilt, 4-speaker system with AUX-in, USB, FM & MP3 and Bluetooth. As a result, the reverse camera is also available only on the top two models.

The range-toppping VX gets push-button start, sunroof, smart key, chrome door handles and leather upholstery, thus setting it apart from the V model.

To read our review of the City Diesel, click here, and the review of the City petrol can be found here.

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4 thoughts on “2014 Honda City variants & features leaked! Launching on Jan 7

  1. DRG says:

    Very good choice of variants. Price will be the key point.
    I would prefer sv without touvch panel AC. or I think would settle on S. Gizmodos not my fav. on cars. Price will be the key point.

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  2. Ganesh says:

    I want SV with no alloys 🙂 The factory alloys look pathetic to say the least!!

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  3. akhilesh says:

    iab these are data that are provided in jaipur and you have opened it of honda media

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  4. NJ says:

    Fantastic balancing of variants. If priced right, looks like SV and V will be the most preferred variants among buyers.

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