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.
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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