Honda City 2017 - February 14, 2017 Launch

Honda City 2017 expected to be launched on February 14, 2017

At the first impression, the Honda City facelift looks refreshed, the design looks more crisp and sharp when seen from the third-quarter angle. It get a fresh bumper with L-shaped daytime running lamps with round shape fog lamps. It also gets new set off diamond cut alloy wheels with a grey metallic touch which gives it a sportier look.

In the interiors, the new gen City gets black and silver dashboard with a 5-inch or 7-inch touchscreen infotainment. It will also have features like Apple car play, Android Auto, Bluetooth and navigation. The base variant of the car is most likely to get standard airbags, ABS and EBD.

No changes in engine and transmission, 2017 Honda City will come with both 1.5 litre petrol and 1.5 litre diesel engine options, with the regular 5-speed manual and CVT transmission. The petrol variants produce power of 117 hp and torque of 145 Nm while the diesel engine gives 99 hp of power and 200 NM torque.

The Honda City had long been the best seller in the segment, though in recent months the Maruti Ciaz has risen to the challenge, outselling the City in certain months last year. And with rivals such as Skoda having recently given the Rapid a facelift, and Volkswagen’s near constant updates to the Vento, Honda looks to refresh interest in the City with a facelifted model. Here’s what you can expect from the updated Honda City in India

Interestingly, with the launch of the facelifted City in India, Honda will be reviving the ‘City ZX’ badge that was previously seen on the facelift of the Indian second-gen Honda City (fourth-gen internationally