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New Honda City - The carmaker is betting big on the new fourth-generation saloon.
It expects this fourth-gen saloon to eclipse the sales record of its predecessors.
The Honda City will come with a petrol and, for the first time, a diesel engine too.
The petrol motor is mated to a 5-speed manual and a CVT gearbox while the diesel comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The new Honda City gets a large, five-inch multi-function screen that takes care of all the audio functions.
The instrument cluster consists of three round dials. Steering-mounted controls are also on offer in the Honda City.
There is a unique touch panel on offer for all the air-con controls and looks pretty high-tech and upmarket.
The 1.5-litre Earth Dreams diesel Honda City is good for 98.6bhp.
The new Honda City diesel engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The petrol motor is a 1.5-litre unit good for 118bhp.
The 8-speaker sound system with with USB, aux-in inputs and a CD player along with screen that doubles up as a reverse camera display.
The new Honda City gets generous interior space thanks to clever packaging by Honda.
Rear legroom up by 60mm and knee-room up by 70mm.
Rear seat also gets an armrest with cup holders.
The all-new interiors with richer plastics, a piano black finish and sturdy vents on top of the dash.
The new Honda City (Code: 2CT) is built on the same platform as the upcoming new-generation Honda Jazz.
The new Honda City features keyless go.
New Honda City comes with rear air-con vents.
A multi-information display sits on the right of the instrument cluster.
Boot space stands at a good 510 litres.
Also on offer is cruise control and four charging sockets in addition to the usual list of equipment.
The Honda City is also offered with a sunroof for higher variants.
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