Honda City VX(O) with touchscreen AVN system launched in India – IAB Report

Posted on: Apr 13, 2015 - 5:01pm IST

A new color is added to the line-up as well.

Honda Cars India have launched a new top-end variant of the City. The City VX(O) is available with petrol and diesel engines, and is priced and positioned above the existing VX grades. Ex-showroom, New Delhi prices of the City VX(O) are INR 10.64 lakhs for the petrol and INR 11.83 lakhs for the diesel.

New Honda City VX(O) interior
The VX(O) is available with petrol and diesel engines.

Honda has also inducted a new White Orchid Pearl color in the City line-up.

The AVN (Audio Visual Navigation) system in the new City is a 15.7 cm touchscreen unit capable of satellite-based voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation, DVD/CD Playback, Bluetooth, USB, AUX-in, i-POD, MP3, FM/AM and Rear Camera Display with Guidelines. The system also supports on screen dialing, answering, history, address book and Bluetooth music play.

2014 Honda City drive key
Honda is also offering a new immobilizer system on the S grade onwards.

Also read: Honda teases compact SUV concept for Auto Shanghai 2015

The new City is now available in 14 grades – E, S, SV, V, VX & VX(O) in petrol and diesel variants in manual transmissions, and SV and VX CVT petrol variants. Variants from the S grade will get a new security alarm feature with 2 transmitter keys facilitating keyless entry.

Launched in January 2014, the new City became the fastest mid-size sedan to cross the 100,000 sales figure. Honda Cars India achieved this milestone in 15 months from launch.

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Honda City VX(O) – Press Release

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3 thoughts on “Honda City VX(O) with touchscreen AVN system launched in India – IAB Report

  1. Harikrishna Gulipalli says:

    Even though Honda has introduced AVN which is they say higher end with higher price failed to think about how to give finish for the new sterio. the dash board is full of wires which is very awkward for a car like this highend. atleat the designers could have thought of giving same option as vx which gave much easy way to connect the system to the gadgets. i feel the VX(O) is a greater disappointment as only navigation is only addition to the excessive price and spoiled look of the dash board. They have thought of ipod connectivity but didnt think of connecting Android devices.

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  2. Sandip Biswas says:

    Whatever facelift Honda want to do they are doing but their greatest fault in the design they are not correcting. Low ground clearance, the greatest fault in design of Honda car, they can not , will not able to correct because of their questionable capacity in designing four wheeler. The result of this fault is any time Mobil chamber of a Honda car will be punctured due to hit in speed breaker or drop in a pothole. Engine will be ceased an in this world no insurance company will reimburse the loss. You have to shell out 2.5 lakhs and have to wait for two months for repairing. During this period during negotiation with Honda your inner beast will come out. Hence before purchase think number of times out of the box. I am also a victim of purchasing Honda City car. I don’t want anyone should suffer and whatever I said is not an isolated case, you can check their workshop and can ask clandestinely the type of repair of Honda car from any technician of the company.

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    1. moorthy says:

      Hi Honda city 165 mm ground clearance,TATA indigo 165 mm It has running all types of villages.For your questions Honda 165 mm,rest of all sedan 170 mm.how much difference 5mm,you know 5mm less than your teeth thickness,this much clearance save other cars.Your are looking car scratch,which car low ground clearance It never ever rolling due to more gravity force.simple logic would you like money or life……………….?

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