Rate The Site


Your Email Address

Please enter your comments & suggestions

Join Us to Know about the Latest Cars and
Great Offers on Cars & Car Accessories

201327 Nov


Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL) has unveiled the much awaited 2014 Honda City. The new 2014 Honda City, now in its fourth generation since it was first launched in India in 1998 will be available for the very first time with a choice of both petrol and diesel engine.


The fourth-generation Honda City is bigger and sleeker in looks when compared to the outgoing model. Looking at the new 2014 Honda City head on, one will witness that the arrow-head shaped design that graced its predecessor has been retained with a restyled front grille, refreshed headlights and sharper looking bumper.


Run your eyes along the side of the 2014 Honda City and you will notice well defined character lines and ceases running through the doors and the rear tail-lamps have extended right into the boot lid accentuating the width of the car.


The 2014 Honda City’s also gets refreshed interiors. The fourth generation Honda City now gets a new 5-inch touch screen infotainment system with 8 speakers with USB and auxiliary input, rear view camera, a start/stop button, sunroof, cruise control and rear AC vents. The front and rear seats have been reworked upon to offer better back, lumbar and under thigh support. The rear bench seats also offer more space due to the longer wheelbase (by 50mm at 2600mm) when compared to the outgoing model. The new Honda City is taller by 10mm compared to its predecessor; however, the overall length of 4440mm has remained unaltered. Honda claims the new City will be the widest car in its class, offering class-leading legroom, headroom and shoulder room.


Under the hood of the 2014 Honda City are the familiar 1.5 litre i-VTEC engine from the outgoing City and essentially the same 1.5 i-DTEC powerplant from the Amaze will be seen doing duty in the diesel City. The Japanese car maker has claimed that both these engines have been retuned for improved performance and fuel efficiency. The petrol engine's power output has been increased slightly to 120 PS, while the diesel is also expected to receive a power boost compared to the 100 PS i-DTEC version as seen in the Amaze. A CVT automatic will expectedly be offered with the petrol version of the new City.


The new Honda City is expected to go on sale in early 2014. An increase in price cannot be ruled out, but still expect the new City's prices to start below the Rs 8,00,000 mark.



Previous | Next

Honda Car Launches


Honda Launches The All-New Accord Hybrid In India

Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has launched the All-New Honda Accord Hybrid featuring an efficient hybrid system which delivers 215 PS of maximum power along with an ARAI-ratified fuel economy of 23.1 kmpl.


New Honda Brio Launched At Rs 4.69 Lakh

Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) today launched the new Honda Brio in Delhi with prices starting from Rs 4.69 lakhs for the base trim and going up to Rs 6.82 lakhs for the top automatic transmission trim.

More News