Honda City review: 2020 Honda City petrol manual road test review
NEW DELHI: Honda Cars India's introduction of fifth-generation City completes the season of C-segment sedan upgrades under BS6 norms. The 5th generation City is priced Rs 10.89 lakh (ex-showroom) onwards. In the past couple of weeks, we reviewed the 5th generation City and facelifted Verna. Both the sedans have their own share of goods. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz met BS6 compliance in 2019 and remains one of the most popular buys in the segment. The segment is also dotted by the likes of Skoda Rapid, VW Vento and Toyota Yaris. 12:432020 Honda City reviewHere's a price-versus-performance of City, Verna and Ciaz: The fifth-gen City gets an all-new petrol engine. It's a 1.5-litre, dual-cam, the naturally aspirated motor generates out 123 PS.
NEW DELHI: Honda Cars India on Wednesday revealed the details of 5th generation City ahead of its launch in July. The new City will compete with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and Hyundai Verna. Design:Inspired by the Japanese Katana blade, a type of curved sword used by ancient samurai, the facelifted City follows a continuity of lights with a sharp shoulder line that accentuates its premium look and length. This character line runs right from the headlamp all the way to the tail lamp defining its shape, making the hood seem longer, and gives the car a distinguishingly precise and aerodynamic impression. Engine:Honda City will 1.5-litre i-VTEC DOHC with VTC (Variable Valve Timing Control) petrol engine mated to