2023 Honda City Facelift: New Honda facelift car has arrived to get rid of everyone’s sixes in the sedan segment, getting ADAS feature

Honda City Facelift Car: After a long wait, Honda’s new sedan car City Facelift has been launched. With two transmissions and four variants like SV, V, VX, and ZX, the Honda City facelift car gets a strong hybrid option.

With the new design and look, the Honda City facelift car will compete with models like Volkswagen Virtus, Skoda Slavia, and Maruti Ciaz in the Indian market. So let’s know about the features of this new car.

2023 Honda City Facelift: New Honda facelift car has arrived to get rid of everyone's sixes in the sedan segment, getting ADAS feature
2023 Honda City Facelift: New Honda facelift car has arrived to get rid of everyone’s sixes in the sedan segment, getting ADAS feature

The look has changed

The look and design of the Honda City Facelift car have been slightly different from the current model. The bumper now gets a slight update in the lower half to make it a bit sportier. The lower air dam also gets mesh treatment. The upper and lower grilles of the car sport a similar stripe and the upper grille has much bigger cracks than the lower one. The bonnet shut line, sporty front fascia, and mesh-type grille add to the new City’s presence.

Honda City Facelift Engine

The 2023 Honda City facelift will be powered by an RDE-compliant 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine that generates 160 PS of power. Claimed fuel efficiency is around 18kmpl. It also comes with a robust hybrid option, which is the only option in the segment to claim a mileage of over 26 km. At the same time, the option of a 1.5-liter diesel engine will no longer be available in this car.

The features list is long

The new Honda City has added its sensing suite of exclusive camera-based ADAS technology. This camera is installed below its IRVM. In addition, a host of features like wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, walk away auto lock and 4.2-inch MID, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a rearview camera have been kept.

In the form of safety features, features like automatic emergency braking, lane change assist, adaptive cruise control, and blindspot monitoring are also seen in the car.

New Honda City Price

If we look at the prices of the Honda City Facelift, its starting price has been kept at Rs 11.49 lakh, while the prices for the top variant go up to Rs 15.97 lakh.

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