It is a matter of fact that not only Japanese carmaker Honda is eager to launch the fifth-generation of India most loved mid-size sedan the Honda City but the excitement can be seen in the amongst all automobile enthusiasts as well.
Well, with that said a new element of surprise has surfaced the internet that the new Honda City will feature an all-new 1.5 naturally-aspirated petrol engine capable of generating 121hp which is a mere 2hp more than its previous generation engine.
However, the Honda City 2020 will also continue to support its previous 100hp 1.5-litre diesel engine now upgraded to comply with the new and more stringent BS6 emission norms. Well, want to know about the new 2020 City stay tuned.
Honda City 2020 | Engine Specification
|Engine||1.5L petrol, 1.5L diesel|
|Transmission||6-speed MT and CVT|
Honda City 2020 | Dimensions
Honda City 2020 | Interior & Exterior
On the Inside,
- The 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
- Alexa Remote
- Honda Connect
- 7-inch HD, full-colour MID
- Cruise control
- Automatic climate control
On the Outside,
- New Cascading grille
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- LED combination tail lamps
- Vertical fog lamps
- A lower intake
Honda City 2020 | Safety Features
- Traction control
- Electronic stability programme
- Hill-start assist
- Low-tyre-pressure warning system
- Three-point seat belts for the rear-middle passenger
- Lane Watch camera
- left-wing mirror camera
Honda City 2020 | Launch
Due to the ongoing lockdown and worldwide shutdown, the launch of the City sedan was earlier planned to be on March 16, 2019, which got cancelled. However, the new City sedan has already been launched in Thailand and is expected to mark its place in the Indian market between May to June 2020.
Honda City 2020 | Expected Price & Rivals
- The prices of 2020 City are expected to see an increase. While the current variants of the Honda City are priced around ₹9.91 lakhs to ₹14.31 lakhs, the newer ones will see an increase of approximately ₹1 lakh.
- When launched we can expect the new 2020 City to rival the likes of the recently launched 2020 Hyundai Verna, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Elantra and the VW Vento.