Honda has finally launched its BS6 compliant City in the petrol variant with a starting price of ₹ 9.91 lakhs only. Although the BS6 variant is on an average ₹15,000 more from its BS4 variant. With that said Honda has also decided to hike the price for its BS4 diesel variant but only by a marginal amount of ₹5,000.

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The Japanese carmaker is also planning to introduce the all-new 2020 Honda City in India by the second quarter next year.

Honda City BS6 Petrol Launched In India
Honda City BS6 Petrol Launched In India

The BS6-compliant 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine 117hp and 145Nm of torque. The BS6 compliant Honda City with the choice of a 5-speed manual or a CVT. The 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel motor is due to get an update in a few days.

Let’s have a look at the detailed price difference for both petrol as well as the diesel variant.

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Honda City BS6 Petrol:

Variant New Price (BS6) Old Price (BS4) Difference
SV MT Rs 9.91 lakh Rs 9.81 lakh Rs 10,000
V MT Rs 10.65 lakh Rs 10.50 lakh Rs 15,000
VX MT Rs 11.82 lakh Rs 11.67 lakh Rs 15,000
ZX MT Rs 13.01 lakh Rs 12.86 lakh Rs 15,000
V CVT Rs 12.01 lakh Rs 11.86 lakh Rs 15,000
VX CVT Rs 13.12 lakh Rs 12.97 lakh Rs 15,000
ZX CVT Rs 14.31 lakh Rs 14.16 lakh Rs 15,000


Honda City BS6 Diesel:

Variant New Price (BS4) Old Price (BS4) Difference
SV MT Rs 11.11 lakh Rs 11.11 lakh No change
V MT Rs 11.91 lakh Rs 11.86 lakh Rs 5,000
VX MT Rs 13.02 lakh Rs 12.97 lakh Rs 5,000
ZX MT Rs 14.21 lakh Rs 14.16 lakh Rs 5,000

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According to these stats, the V, VX and the ZX Honda city BS6 variants have received a price hike due to the addition of an updated Digipad 2.0 infotainment system which comes with a  Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a in-built satellite-linked turn-by-turn navigation, a live traffic support through a USB Wi-Fi receiver, voice command assist, and a wireless infrared remote. which to some eyes is of no use.

Moreover, The SV MT petrol variant doesn’t get any updates has still received a price hike of ₹ 10,000 for no reason. Well worth it or not it surely is India’s favourite sedan.

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