The fourth-gen Honda City will continue as a petrol-only model with just two variants on offer. We've got the exclusive details here: https://t.co/uZAqaPX9m5— Autocar India (@autocarindiamag) July 28, 2020
In a live interaction with Hormazd Sorabjee, Rajesh Goel, Senior VP and Director, Marketing and Sales, Honda Cars India talks five generations of the City, the strength of the City brand and expectations from the latest model.
Here we have a video from Honda that shares the inspiration and challenges for the design team while designing the all-new City for India.
The fifth-gen Honda City is one of the biggest cars in the segment. Does this mean it is the most spacious inside as well?
The 2020 Honda City has started reaching dealerships and the automaker has now released a demo film for the all-new sedan.
The previous-generation Honda City is already attracting healthy discounts in the wake of the new model launch
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It is available in three trims and two engine options. Here we have a video of the VX CVT trims of Honda City that shows...
We see if the full bells and whistles of the new City offers enough value to match its price
It’s got more comforts than the base variant but misses some tech of the top. Is it still worth stretching your budget for?
Priced from Rs 10.90-14.65 lakh, the new Honda City is offered with a pair of 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines.
It is available in V, VX and ZX trims and here we have a video that shows what the base V CVT trim of Honda City offers.
We find out if the entry-variant of the new-gen City offers enough comforts at its attractive pricing
It is more expensive than the competition and is sold alongside the fourth generation City. Honda has now released a new TVC for the all-new Honda City.
Does the new one offer enough features to justify its premium or is the old-guard good enough? Let’s find out
Safety features for the new Honda City include six airbags, vehicle stability assist, agile handling assist, hill-start assist, tyre pressure monitoring, LaneWatch camera (segment-first), ISOFIX child-seat mounts, reverse camera, and auto headlamps and wipers #AllNewHondaCity pic.twitter.com/CPZtqdsWGY— Autocar India (@autocarindiamag) July 15, 2020
Honda City 2020 India price starts at Rs 10.90 lakh Honda City 2020 V variant is available in...
Honda Cars India has just launched the all-new, 5th generation City sedan in India. Unveiled earlier this year at the 2020...
The Honda City is back in an all-new avatar to reclaim its spot at the top of the table. Well, the price table at least...
The coming week will see Indian car industry abuzz with launches. A total of 4 new cars will be launched this week. Here is a detailed report.
Honda is all set to launch the all-new fifth generation City sedan in our market later this month, and here we have video...
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2020 Honda City brochure has leaked ahead of India launch on 15th July. Base V variant is fully loaded, and so are the other VX and ZX.
The 2020 Honda City sedan is set to launch in India on July 15. The fifth gen model will be available with petrol and diesel engine options from day one.