How is the new Honda City different with its older versions?
By: Dipanshu on 19 june 2014
The new Honda city was launched in january this year and has claimed a lot of changes both on the exterior as well as the interiors along with a host of new features. The exteriors now have a front and rear linings of chrome making it sporty. The rear height is increased a little bit but doesn't bother much. Creases are given in the sides as well as on the bonnet to reduce the air drag. Interiors are not much different but are nicely laid, steering is bigger and supports more buttons, blue and green backlight is added to the console with three gauges. Central armrest is present and a nice 'Eco' button is given to get more efficiency while driving. The City comes in with two engines, both 1.5L but runs on diesel and petrol, churning out 98bhp and 200Nm torque and 119bhp and 145Nm of power and torque respectively. Diesel version is mated with a 6 speed manual transmission while the petro version houses the normal 5 speed manual transmission. Also the i-Dtech claims to be the most efficient diesel engine in the country with a whopping 26kmpl while petrol engine giving 18kmpl.
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