2017 Honda City Modulo body kit launched in Thailand
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It supplements the sportiness of the 2017 Honda City.
Along with the standard version, Honda Thailand revealed the Honda City Modulo at its unveil yesterday. The new body kit supplements the sportiness of the facelifted exterior, giving it a more edgy look.
The 2017 Honda City Modulo body kit comes with extended front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a large rear wing, while the 15-inch alloy rims are from the standard Honda City. Otherwise, it features the changes shared with the standard model, which include new LED headlamp, LED DRLs, redesigned chrome grille, larger central intake on the bumper, new 16-inch alloy rims and a sportier rear bumper.
The 2017 Honda City is retailed in five grades: S, V, V+, SV, and SV+, and prices are unchanged – 550,000 baht to 751,000 baht. It was showcased in the base, mid, Modulo and top-end SV+ grades at its unveil and all variants are powered by a 1.5L i-VTEC petrol engine that produces 117 hp and 146 Nm of torque. Transmission options are a 5-speed manual and a CVT.
Following its launch in Thailand, the new Honda City will be launched in India, reportedly this month. It was spied during its TVC shooting, revealing some exclusive changes such as new taillight graphics and a rear wing for top-end models.
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[Source – AutoDeft.com]