Here comes the gorgeous...!
India's most popular sedan is back in new form!!
Honda Cars India is going to present the most precious valentine gift to all Indians! Yes...the all new Honda City 2017! Indians have always loved City wholeheartedly and thus company has chosen this special occasion to present the revised version. Online bookings are already open; however the official launch will take place on 14th February 2017 according to the company.
Honda City 2017 exteriors:
Honda has thoroughly revised the exteriors of this vehicle in order to attract the young buyers. Firstly, the new LED headlamps with Daytime Running Lights attract attention. Secondly, the front grille with broad stripes integrates with the flow of headlamps. Thus, the vehicle front looks attractive than before.
Furthermore, new City features some strong character lines on side profile. These lines have added 'the cutting edge' to overall styling. Carefully crafted alloy wheels and new tail lamps have continued the same story.
Interiors & safety features:
Interiors of new City further endorse the premium look of this vehicle. New City also gets an electric sunroof. With a 17.7 inch touch-screen display, infotainment system is well taken care of. In addition, this vehicle has 6 airbags to ensure safety of passengers. The rest of the safety specifications have been kept under the curtain!
Honda City 2017 will continue to use the same engines i.e. 1.5 L i-VTEC and 1.5 L i-DTEC. In addition to regular 5 speed transmission, the petrol City will also feature a 7 speed CVT with paddle shift.
Honda City 2017 Colours:
As the company has not revealed the full specifications yet, we anticipate that new City 2017 will feature the following body colours based on the information obtained from our sources. However, it should be noted that the actual colours may vary.
Midnight Blue Beam Metallic
Honda City 2017 price:
We expect the price range of the vehicle to be Rs. 9 to 15 lakhs.
More information about New Honda City 2017 is available at:
Here is the teaser video:
(Image Courtesy: Honda)