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What are the major differences between Honda City SV and other variants?

By: Ashok vasudeva on 10 august 2016

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Honda City SV is available with manual as well as automatic transmission. The SV MT petrol ex-showroom price in New Delhi is Rs. 9.32 lakhs, SV CVT petrol is priced at Rs. 10.3 lakhs, ex-showroom New Delhi and the SV MT diesel is priced at Rs. 9.98 lakhs, ex-showroom New Delhi.
Now coming to the difference between variant; SV variant and above come with chrome front grille while E and S variants come with painted front grille, the electric sunroof and push start stop is available only in the top two variants of Honda City and is missing from E, S, SV and V variants. Except E and S, all variants get auto air-conditioner with touchscreen control panel, rear air-conditioning vent, advanced multi-information combination meter with Blue and White illumination and chrome accent, Eco Assist system, instantaneous fuel economy display and cruise control etc. The S and SV variant gets integrated audio with 3.5inch screen.
Apart from these there are few other things too that differ between variants therefore you should contact the dealer and see the car in person to note the exact features. In fact you should make a list of features that you need and then evaluate the car accordingly. Also, you can check the official Honda website where all features are very clearly mentioned according to variants. 

Sahdev   2016-08-10

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