Honda Car India Limited is all set to launch their new-gen City in the country. The premium sedan rivals the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna and the Skoda Rapid. In terms of dimensions, the new City is larger than the outgoing car, which will continue to be sold in limited variants. It is 4,549mm in length, 1,748mm in width, 1,489mm in height. The wheelbase has remained unchanged at 2,600mm.†The car will be offered with one petrol and one diesel engine. The 1.5-litre petrol engine is a new DOHC unit and produces 121PS at 6,600 rpm and 145Nm at 4,300rpm. This engine can be optioned with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed CVT. The 1.5-litre i-DTEC has been carried over and puts out 100PS at 3,600rpm and 200Nm at 1,750rpm, paired to a 6-speed manual transmission. Stay tuned to OVERDRIVE as we bring the launch updates from the digital event
Here's a detailed price list chart along with the variants of the 2020 Honda City
What are the different features and variants of the 2020 Honda City?
Elabrating on the ownership experience of the 2020 Honda City
The new petrol engine has been designed to improve driveability and efficiency. The diesel engine has been improved too. There is a new six-speed manual gearbox as well, along with a CVT
The New Honda City gets better cushioning, a digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch touchscreen, sunroof, connected-car features. The structure is now more rigid, 6 airbags, ISOFIX seats and a lane-watch camera
The New City's cabin has been designed to minimise visual noise and improve visibility. Special attention was given to ingress-egress and comfort for women wearing sarees.
Honda mentions the ride and handling of the 2020 City will be one of its strongest highlights
Here are the FE figures for the petrol models of 2020 Honda City. Power and torque numbers remain unchanged
Lane watch system is one of the important safety features in the 2020 Honda City
The new Honda City has been tested in-house for an equivalent of ASEAN NCAP 5 star rating. Also, comes with world's first iSRS system.
Here's a look at the digital instrumentaion of the 2020 Honda City
The larger footprint has also allowed to increase interior space in all directions 2020 Honda City
The New City's large footprint, sharp lines and design is aimed towards traditional sedan buyers. The 2020 HondaCity is now almost as large as the old Civic
Here are the colour options of the 2020 Honda City
Honda has taken into account the specific needs of Indian customers while developing the 2020 Honda City
The 2020 Honda City is the largest in its class and now features a new DOHC petrol engine. Read our detailed review here.
The New 2020 City follows all the Honda values of the previous gen cars
The Honda City is one of the oldest automotive nameplates in India, with over 8 lakh sold
The launch of the 2020 Honda City has begun
Honda India is all set to launch the new-gen City in India. Updates to follow shortly