What are the features of Honda City?
By: Sam on 7 march 2015
Honda City has got all specs it could have. The car is indeed very much practical. It has got ample space and comfort. The boot space is also very much accomodative of large amount of luggage. The car has also excellent fuel efficiency which cannot be compared to any other car in the market.The car has a bigger wheelbase than previous version. Also there is sheer space and comfort for the passeners.
Honda City is well known car in Indian market and it would be full equality if we say that Honda City is the King of enter level sedan section because this sedan is fully completed sedan with only minor flaws. Honda City is very much loving driving car for both highway driving and city traffic as engine under the hood is weal designed to provide perfect fuel economy and good performance when you need it. Finally the comfortable cabin and reliability completes the Honda City profile.
The car is lighter in weight than its predecessors but also it is but comparatively higher in weight than Amaze.The car maker also claims it to be highly fuel efficient and at the same time it is said to extract more zing from extra torque. The pertol version of the car really does well when it is prodded. It proves to be highly flexible. The car is thrilling to drive with highened rev ups.The diesel version is to confident to hog over a big part of the sales.
The sedan, Honda City is a premium car replete with comfort and utility features like air con, glove box, power charger, power windows, and cushy seats. The sedan also boasts of adequate space, both to sit and to keep the luggage inside the boot. Its i-Dtec diesel and i-Vtec petrol engines churn out best in class mileage figures of 25.1/26 Kmpl and 17.4/18 Kmpl respectively. The presence of ABS and EBD in all the trims as standard helps the car to travel on slippery roads.
The basic feature of Honda City is its spaciousness. The average mileage offered by the car on highways is 25.1 kmpl and within the city is 22.0 kmpl . Customers will have to incur an annual cost of 9,287 /yr on an average for the vehicles maintenance. The diesel variant of the car comes with 1498 cc diesel engine with maximum power of 98.6bhp@3600rpm and maximum torque of 200Nm@1750rpm. On the other hand, the petrol variant comes with 1497cc engine with maximum power of 117 bhp @ 6600 RPM and maximum torque of 145 Nm @ 4600 RPM. There are two transmission versions available in the petrol variant of Honda City; manual and automatic. Among the features in the car that account for comfort and convenience include in-built air conditioning system, Power Steering, Rear A/C Vents, Engine Start/Stop Button, Accessory Power Outlet, Adjustable Seats, inbuilt CD and DVD player along with FM/AM/Radio, and a lot more. Features like Anti-Lock Braking System, rear Parking Sensors, central locking, passenger and Driver Airbag, Rear Seat Belts and seat belt warning, Smart Access Card Entry, etc. account for the safety features of Honda City.
Honda City is widely well-accepted sedan, which comes with the features including the spanking fuel-economy, especially of the diesel variants and this does not drill your wallet at all. Its sleek and lustrous body line is an attraction for the buyers. With decent engine performance, this sedan offers enticing acceleration as well as pick-up. The after sales service of the car too is very satisfying and no matter what platform you use to sell this car out, you get better returns. It is very spacious from inside.
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The insides of this elegant sedan are quite spacious and designed in a dual tone color scheme. It is incorporated with a lot of sophisticated features, which gives the occupants a pleasurable driving experience. The dashboard is made with high quality scratch resistant plastic and is done up with black color scheme. It is equipped with advanced aspects like an instrument panel, AC unit, a three spoke steering wheel and a proficient audio system.
Apart from the entry level variant, other trims of this sedan have been blessed with an advanced infotainment system. Its S and SV variants are integrated with a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, which features MP3/CD player, Radio with AM/FM tuner and supports connectivity for USB/AUX-In slots. It also has Bluetooth connectivity for pairing the mobile phones. While its V and VX trims have an advanced integrated audio unit, which has 12.7 CM touchscreen display`
The company has given this sedan an ACE (advanced compatibility engineering) body structure along with G-force control technology (G-CON) that ensures safety of the occupants sitting inside in case of any crash. Then it also has dual SRS airbags along with side and curtain airbags that helps in saving the occupants in case of collision. It is equipped with ABS (anti lock braking system) along with EBD (electronic brake force distribution) and hand lever type parking brake.
This stylish sedan is available in both petrol and diesel engine options for the buyers to choose from. Its petrol version is equipped with 1.5-litre, i-VTEC petrol engine that displaces 1497cc. It can produce a peak power of 117.3 bhp at 6600 rpm in combination with a maximum torque output of 145 Nm at just 4600 rpm. The 1498cc diesel engine enables the vehicle to produce 98.6 bhp at 3600 rpm and yields a commanding torque of 200 Nm at just 1750 rpm,
Honda unveiled the fourth-generation City globally at an event in New Delhi on November 25, 2013. The revised car was launched on January 7, 2014. The 2014 Honda City sedan retains the overall design but has got changes to both the exterior as well as the interiors. The new Honda City is being offered with two sets of engines and gearbox options. The diesel engine is the 1.5-litre i-DTEC unit from the Amaze sedan that gives almost 98bhp and 200Nm of torque while the petrol is the redesigned version of the 1.5-litre i-VTEC unit which produces 119bhp and 145Nm of torque.
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