New Honda City price, variants explained

    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.

    Published On Jul 17, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    New Honda City price, variants explained

    • Fifth-gen City gets all-new 1.5-litre petrol engine paired with either a 6-speed manual or a CVT gearbox
    • Available in three trims – V, VX and ZX
    • Petrol-CVT combination available across all three variants

    Honda recently launched its all-new, fifth-generation City midsize sedan in the country. Priced from Rs 10.90-14.65 lakh, the new City is pricier than its competition but is also larger than its predecessor – which will remain on sale – and comes packed with more tech and an all-new petrol engine. Here is a look at what’s on offer:

    What are the engine options available?

    Buyers have a choice of two engine options – one petrol and one diesel. The petrol unit is an all-new 121hp, 1.5-litre naturally aspirated unit (DOHC as against the older model’s SOHC) and is paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard. A CVT automatic option is also available. The diesel is the familiar 1.5-litre unit that first debuted in BS6-spec form in the Honda Amaze. This engine is good for 100hp and 200Nm of torque and is available solely with a 6-speed manual.

    What do you get in each variant?

    Honda has launched the new City in three trims – V, VX and ZX ­– all of which get the petrol-CVT engine-gearbox option. Here is a look at what each variant has to offer:

    Honda City V (Petrol MT: Rs 10.90 lakh; Petrol CVT: Rs 12.20 lakh; Diesel MT: Rs 12.40 lakh)

    • Projector headlamps with LED DRLs
    • 15-inch alloy wheels
    • 8.0-inch touchscreen
    • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
    • Connected-car tech
    • Alexa voice integration
    • Keyless-entry and go
    • Auto climate control
    • Rear air-con vents
    • Electric adjust and folding wing mirrors
    • 4 airbags (front and side)
    • Tyre pressure monitor
    • Hill start assist
    • ESC
    • Rear view camera
    • Rear parking sensors
    • ABS
    • Traction control
    • Cruise control
    • Paddle shifters (CVT only)
    • Remote engine start (CVT only)
    • Tilt and telescopic steering adjust
    • Driver seat height adjust
    • Front and rear centre armrest

    Honda City VX (Petrol MT: Rs 12.26 lakh; Petrol CVT: Rs 13.56 lakh; Diesel MT: Rs 13.76 lakh)

    In addition to the V trim

    • Sunroof
    • Auto headlights
    • 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels
    • Curtain airbags
    • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
    • 7.0-inch digital instrument display
    • Auto door lock when walking away from car

    Honda City ZX (Petrol MT: Rs 13.15 lakh; Petrol CVT: Rs 14.45 lakh; Diesel MT: Rs 14.65 lakh)

    In addition to the VX trim

    • LED headlamps
    • LED fog lamps
    • Leather upholstery
    • Lane watch camera
    • Digital instrument cluster
    • Ambient lighting
    • Welcome function with auto-folding door mirrors
    • Rear sunshade
    • Remote operation of windows and sunroof

    What are its rivals and what’s next from Honda?

    The new Honda City rivals the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna facelift, Toyota Yaris, Skoda Rapid and Volkswagen Vento. As mentioned before, the fourth-gen City will also continue to be sold alongside this new model.

    With the launch of the new Honda City, the carmaker will now be looking at reintroducing the Jazz in BS6 spec. Honda’s premium hatchback will return as a petrol-only model and receive updates to keep the model fresh in the market.

    Also see:

    2020 Honda City review, test drive

    2020 Honda City video review

    2020 India-spec Honda City image gallery

    Honda Cars

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