Honda has packed the fifth-gen City with some segment leading kit, but is it enough to fend off competition?
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.
The sedan gets a new petrol engine and is larger and better equipped than before.
The launch will take place via a digital conference.
Honda has started accepting orders for petrol and diesel versions of the new City.
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The City sedan gets petrol and diesel engines; to launch in July.
Your quick guide on what to expect on the new Honda City.
All-new hatchback based on the fifth-gen City will replace Jazz in some markets.
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Honda marketing head Rajesh Goel wants City launch to be “as around the corner as possible”.
Ahead of the all-new City’s launch, Honda is offering discounts on all variants of the current-gen model, which is se...
High-tech twin-cam petrol unit is expected to be the engine of choice for the bulk of City buyers.
Decision taken to offer a wider range in Honda's sedan line-up; current-gen model could also be sold in the fleet mar...
Lane Watch camera from the Honda Civic is among the features on the top-spec City ZX.
The fifth-gen Honda City comes soon and will take on an array of revitalised mid-sized rivals.
Thailand-spec Honda City was tested; third City model to receive a 5-star safety rating.
New City for India will be longer than the Thai-spec car; likely to have more ground clearance and be heavier too.
Bookings for the new Honda City are expected to commence on the same day; will come with two engine options.
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