Honda city: Which variants of Honda City are people buying
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: Over the course of 22 years, Honda City emerged as a front-runner in the segment, reaching over 8 lakh houses. Come 2020, City is bigger and bolder. We drove and reviewed it last week but it's time to measure how comfortable interiors of the new City are. The fifth-generation Honda City launching on July 15 is based on the concept of “Ambitious sedan,” the new City is now bigger and better than ever. Playing largely on the interiors of the new sedan, Honda has introduced a suite of new features. For the new ‘ambitious’ City, the interior has been completely reworked. As you step inside the new City, the first thing you will notice is the ample space
NEW DELHI: Breaking the internet and wallets this week was surely the surging prices of fuel. Cash-strapped Nissan is reworking towards a spirited comeback while it was the end of the road for the iconic Segway. Take a look at the top stories in TOI Auto Weekly: Diesel’s historic high: Diesel prices shot up exceeding petrol prices for the first time in history. In the national capital, diesel and petrol both crossed the Rs 80 per litre-mark for the very first time. The continuous surge in rates of petrol and diesel prices for 21 consecutive days came to a halt on Sunday. Nissan’s eyes revival: Nissan unveiled a comprehensive plan for Africa, Middle-East and India (AMI). The automaker announced a
NEW DELHI: Honda Cars India on Thursday commenced pre-launch bookings for fifth-generation City, which is scheduled to be launched in mid-July. The 5th Generation Honda City is the longest and widest sedan in the segment. The City is powered by 1.5L i-VTEC DOHC engine with VTC in Petrol and refined 1.5L i-DTEC engine in Diesel which are both compliant with BS6 emission norms. The car comes loaded with features that are segment-first such as Full LED headlamps, Z- Shaped wrap-around LED Tail lamp, 17.7 cm HD full color TFT meter with G-meter, LaneWatch camera, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) with Agile Handling Assist (AHA) and many more. It also offers advanced equipment such as 20.3 cm Advanced Touchscreen Display Audio, Seamless
NEW DELHI: Auto manufacturers are back to business. So are we, on the roads, heading to work with the utmost protection. In this edition of TOI Auto Weekly, it’s all about the swanky launches and soon to be rolled out products. While job cuts in the automobile industry around the world are becoming common, here’s a Chinese manufacturer all set to make fresh investment in India. Also, we bring you the news round-up from Corona-impacted manufacturing facilities to budding electric mobility plans in India. SC slams FADA for violating order on BS4 vehicle sale norms: The SC made it clear that no sale and registration of BS4 vehicles will be permitted in the country as it pulled up the Automobile
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
NEW DELHI: Honda Cars India on Friday announced that it would be replacing faulty fuel pumps in around 65,651 units manufactured in the year 2018. The fuel pumps installed in the specified units may contain defective impellers, which could, over time result in engine stopping or not starting, said the carmaker in a release. A total of 7 Honda models have been listed out that contain defective fuel pumps. The listed models include Amaze, City, Jazz, WR-V, BR-V, Brio and CR-V. The most affected model out of these is Honda Amaze with around 32,498 defective units. The replacement will be carried out free of cost at HCIL dealerships across India in a phased manner starting from 20th June 2020 and