IMAX body kit launched for 2017 Honda City in Thailand

Posted on: May 3, 2017 - 12:59pm IST

Facelifted Honda City gets sportier with IMAX’s aftermarket body kit.

The IMAX body kit for the 2017 Honda City is now available in Thailand. The after-market body kit includes 4 aero parts for the recently refreshed sedan.

2017 Honda City with IMAX body kit front three quarters
The IMAX body kit for the 2017 Honda City consists of a front skirt, side skirts and rear skirt with exhaust cover.

The IMAX body kit for the 2017 Honda City is made of ABS plastic and includes a front skirt, side skirts and rear skirt with exhaust cover. Red accents on the parts further add to the visual appeal. The set of four parts costs 13,500 baht (INR 25,131.51) if purchased from Love Bodykits, and this price includes 2k painting, free painting and 1-year quality warranty. Momemtum Car Part offers the same kit for a little lower, 13,000 baht (INR 24,187.85).

Through its dealers, Honda retails styling accessories for the 2017 Honda City in Thailand, under its Modulo brand. For the exterior, the list of Modulo aero parts includes front skirt, side skirts, rear skirt and trunk spoiler. These accessories are available in Taffeta White, Crystal Black, White Orchid, Modern Steel and Lunar Silver colours. Honda showcased the facelited City with Modulo parts at the 2017 Bangkok International Motor Show in March.

2017 Honda City with IMAX body kit rear three quarters
The IMAX body kit for the 2017 Honda City is made of ABS plastic.

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In Thailand, the 2017 Honda City is available in six different configurations with prices starting at 5,50,000 baht (INR 10,23,628.96). It’s powered by the familiar 1.5-litre i-VTEC four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 86 kW (117 PS) at 6,000 rpm and 146 Nm of torque at 4,700 rpm. A continuously variable transmission is standard.

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