Top features of the Honda City you need to know

The Honda City price starts from Rs 11.49 lakh-15.97 lakh for the petrol version and goes up to Rs 18.89 lakh-20.39 lakh for the e: HEV hybrid.


The Honda City is an iconic sedan that has been a fan favorite for years. Its combination of reliable performance, efficient fuel economy, and stylish design make it one of the most sought-after models on the market. With its latest iteration, the Honda City is even better than ever before. In this blog post, we’ll be looking at some of the top features of the Honda City that you need to know about. From its cutting-edge safety technology to its impressive list of comfort features, this car has something for everyone. Read on to find out more!

As the first generation Honda model which led the Honda brand in India, the City has returned with new options. Now diesel-free, the Honda City competes with the Virtus, Slavia, Verna, and Ciaz.

Honda City exterior design

While some see it as well-proportioned, its flared wheel arches create an unusually large gap in its design, owing to its tall ride height. This, along with its unusual chrome strip between its headlights, has caused several people to call it unappealing and weird. The sporty interior is further accentuated by the sporty 16-inch alloy wheels, carbon-fiber-style diffuser, and the boot-lid spoiler at the back. 

Honda City interior and features

The cabin of the Honda City is opulent and spacious, and both versions-petrol and hybrid- have the beige/black theme. The seats in front are luxurious and very supportive and the 8-inch touch screen, which can play with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, has a nice resolution. It features a built-in wireless charger and spacious, luxurious rear seats. What this misses out on, however, are ventilated front seats and a downsized boot space due to the positioning of the battery.

Honda City: ADAS tech

The Honda City comes with ‘Honda Sensing’ ADAS features, on both manual and automatic variants, which include lane-keeping assist, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, auto emergency braking, collision mitigation braking and auto high-beam assist. The systems are helpful, but work under specific driving conditions and when the roads are well marked.

Honda City mileage, engine and performance

The Honda City is either powered by a 1.5-liter petrol engine or a powerful hybrid powertrain. The former can be coupled with a 6-speed manual or a 7-step CVT auto, whereas the latter includes an e-CVT. The gasoline powertrain is entertaining and gas at high RPMs, but its strongest suit is its responsiveness, refinement and smoothness. Hybrid technology delivers astonishing fuel efficiency, and it routinely achieves about twenty miles per gallon.

Honda City ride and handling

With its well-weighted steering system and balanced suspension, the Honda City inspires confidence around corners, while also showing good ride quality, cushioning passengers from bumps and uneven surfaces. As a result, a lot of engine noise and road noise can creep into the cabin.

Honda City price and verdict

Hybrid Honda City is priced between Rs 18.89 lakh and Rs 20.39 lakh, while the City petrol is priced between Rs 11.49 lakh and Rs 15.97 lakh. There is no doubt that the Honda City is a well-rounded sedan. It drives well, provides comfort, and provides excellent fuel economy, all while being a fun vehicle to drive. Despite a lack of some features, like ventilated seats, ADAS serves as a handy safety net, and the strong hybrid offers an unbeatable fuel economy.

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