All-new 2014 Honda City: A closer look

What is different on the new fourth-generation Honda City? Here is a scrutiny.

New Honda City New Honda City dashboard New Honda City Rear New Honda City rear seat space

Honda has just unveiled the much awaited all-new City in a global reveal in New Delhi. The fourth-generation car is bigger, sleeker and sharper looking than its predecessor but it’s more of an evolution than a revolution. The new Honda City follows its ‘Exciting H’ design language which is to be carried over to other Honda models as well.

The front still retains the ‘arrow-head’ shape of the earlier car but has a more prominent grille, twin-barrel headlights and a sharper bumper.

The sides of the car have strong character lines running through the doors whilst the rear tail-lamps which extend into the boot lid of the car, accentuates the 1695mm width of the car. In fact, carmaker claims the new Honda City is the widest car in its class which is quite believable when you get into the car. Legroom is particularly spacious thanks to the increased wheelbase (up by 50mm to 2600mm) and the flat floor only adds to the sense of space and comfort. Rear seat passengers are further pampered with a rear air-con vent, a first on a City.

The new 2014 Honda City is loaded with equipment like never before. You get a large, five inch multi-function screen takes care of all the audio functions but the talking point is a unique touch panel for the all the aircon controls which is easy to use and looks pretty high-tech and upmarket.

The 8-speaker sound system is supported with USB, aux-in inputs and unlike the previous City Honda has caved heeded to customer feedback and given a CD player. Another unique feature are four power output sockets to keep to full house of battery munching smart phones topped up. Other features include; a start/stop button, sunroof, cruise control and a rear view camera with different views.  Continued..

Copyright (c) Autocar India. All rights reserved.
An exclusive review of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC, drives of the Datsun Redigo and Honda BR-V and loads more. Dive in!
What's in this issue?

comments powered by Disqus

notSet

New Honda City New Honda City dashboard New Honda City Rear New Honda City rear seat space New Honda City front
Trending Now
Latest News
Mercedes to develop four EVs by 2020
Out of the four EVs, two are expected to be based around the C- and S-class,...
10 hours ago   1 picture
2016 Honda Activa-i launched at Rs 50,255
The updated Activa-i is powered by the same 8hp, 109.2cc engine; offers new...
11 hours ago   3 pictures
2016 Indian Scout Sixty launched in India
The Scout Sixty is the smaller sibling to the Scout and is powered by a 79hp...
12 hours ago   1 picture
Toyota Camry Hybrid prices reduced by Rs 2.3 lakh
With excise duty on hybrids halved to 12.5 percent, Toyota has revised...
14 hours ago   1 picture
Maruti Ciaz, Ertiga diesel prices slashed
Cars equipped with SHVS eligible for excise duty of 12.5 percent applicable...
17 hours ago   1 picture

Autocar Magazine

Issue: 202 | Autocar India: June 2016

An exclusive review of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC, drives of the Datsun Redigo and Honda BR-V and loads more. Dive in!
Autocar Magazine
Latest Poll
Which compact SUV would you buy





or View results
Ford EcoSport
  29%
 
Maruti Vitara Brezza
  37%
 
Mahindra Nuvosport
  2%
 
Mahindra TUV300
  5%
 
Would rather wait for the Tata Nexon
  27%
TOTAL VOTES: 3529

Vote now
View previous Polls »