Honda City (BS6 compliant) to be available at Rs. 10.22lakhLast updated on Nov 18, 2019, 05:59 pm
Honda Motors is working to launch a BS6-compliant City model, and it will cost you over Rs. 10 lakh.
According to Autocar, the upcoming premium sedan will fall under Rs. 10.22-14.68 lakh price bracket, making it costlier than the existing BS4 models by upto Rs. 16,000.
Notably, the bookings for this emission-friendly model are already live in the country.
Here's our roundup.
A look at the new prices
The entry-level SV MT variant will now cost Rs. 10.22 lakh, which is Rs. 10,000 more than the BS4 model.
The mid-spec V CVT and VX MT models have become costlier by Rs. 16,000 and will now be available at Rs. 12.34 lakh and Rs. 12.17 lakh, respectively.
Lastly, the top-of-the-line ZX CVT variant will cost Rs. 14.68 lakh (previous price: Rs. 14.53 lakh).
Honda City: At a glance
The report also notes that the new City is likely to retain the design and features of the outgoing model. Hence, it will offer a sporty design with a cascading grille, blacked-out B-pillars, and 15-inch alloy wheels (17-inch on top variants).
Besides that, the sedan will also get electronically adjustable ORVMs with mounted indicators, chrome finished door handles and projector headlamps with LED DRLs.
Inside the cabin
The five-seater City will offer a dual-tone cabin with leatherette upholstery, panoramic sunroof, and a multifunctional steering wheel with telescopic adjustment.
As for electronic features, it will house a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment panel with Bluetooth-compatible sound system, automatic AC, and cruise control.
The sedan will also get several safety features like ABS with EBD, upto six airbags, and a rearview camera with parking sensors.
Power and performance
The upgraded model will be powered by a BS6-compatible 1.5-liter petrol engine which churns out 119bhp of maximum power. This unit will be available with both manual transmission as well as automatic CVT options.
Further, the company will also launch the next-generation City with mild-hybrid petrol and diesel CVT powertrains in India by the end of this year.