How are the exteriors of the new Honda City different from older models?
By: Punj on 9 january 2015
|Honda City is standing strong in the market for quite a long time now. And it has seen changes so drastic that very few cars experience. The first model was a long, flat, elegant sedan type, having long bonnet and boot space. The facelift it got, bought in a completely new avatar of the car. It was now short, a bit taller, with smaller projections, the bonnet and windscreen at a very obtuse angle. All this made it very sporty. The next iteration was a mixture of both, the sobriety in the car was back along with high boot, side lines, chrome fillings and a higher stance. The current version is not much changed from the previous one but features more chrome on the front and back, even higher boot, side creases are more and deep. All in all a move towards excellence.|
Honda has launched its fourth-gen Honda City in India and this sedan is globally unveiled in November 2013. The Honda City has always been a volume generator for the company. The car maker HCIL has recently added a VX option variant in its model lineup in both petrol and diesel engines with some additional features. With a longer wheelbase, the new Honda City offers more cabin space than before and provides a class mileage of 26kmpl (ARAI certified) in diesel whereas the petrol engine limits to 17.3 kmpl. As described by Sonal, its exteriors have front and rear linings of chrome which makes it sporty.
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