Facelifted Honda City launched

Updated Honda City gets cruise control and cosmetic upgrades, prices start from Rs 6.99 lakh.

Honda India has launched its updated City in India.

The new City gets a host of cosmetic upgrades such as an electric sunroof, chrome-plated front grille, updated front bumper, 10-spoke alloy wheels and turn indicators on rear-view mirrors. The saloon also gets cruise control now.
 
Safety features on the new City include Dual front SRS airbags, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist. The updated City comes in five variants with base being Corporate, E, S, V and V Exclusive with the last two variants offered with automatic transmission option.
 
Prices for the refreshed Honda City are:
Corporate - Rs 6.99 lakh
City E - Rs 7.7 lakh
City S - Rs 8.2 lakh
City V (Manual) - Rs 8.7 lakh
City V (Auto) - Rs 9.74 lakh
City V (Manual) with Sunroof - Rs 9.5 lakh
City V (Automatic) with Sunroof - Rs 10.22 lakh

This News article appeared in the Autocar India December 2011 issue of Autocar Magazine

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