Honda City car

Honda City

City is a Sedan car from Honda. Least expensive Honda City variant is V MT Petrol which is sold in Indian automobile market at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 11.57 Lakh.
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₹ 11.57 Lakh - ₹ 15.32 Lakh*Price Breakup
'*Ex-showroom Price inNew Delhi

Honda City Specifications

Honda City-key Specifications
Body Type Sedan
Transmission Manual & Automatic
Fuel Type Petrol
Engine 1498 cc
No. of Seats 5 Seater

Latest On Honda City

Last Updated On 22nd Dec'22: Honda will launch a mild facelift version of the popular Honda City sedan. Expect more features, tweaked design and same set of petrol and diesel engines to continue ahead.

Honda City Engine Update: The most significant change in the City hybrid is under the hood. It will now be powered by a completely different engine. The engine is a 1.5-litre petrol engine with 96.6 bhp power that runs on the more fuel-efficient 'Atkinson cycle.' It's also supported by a 107.5 bhp electric motor with a torque of 253 Nm. The engine and electric motor have a combined power of 124.2 bhp and a maximum combined torque of 253Nm, with the engine delivering 127 Nm and the electric motor 253Nm. The new City e:HEV also has several innovative technologies, such as Honda Sensing, which is a safety suite. Honda Sensing trademark features include Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), and Auto High-Beam.

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Honda City Price

Price of Honda City in India ranges between Rs. 11.57 Lakh and Rs. 15.32 Lakh.The Honda City variants start from 11.57 Lakh - V MT Petrol and goes upto 15.32 Lakh - ZX CVT Petrol. Honda City is also available on EMI with interest rates varying from 7.15 to 7.5% through various banks.

Honda City Variants With Price

V MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 11.57 Lakh
V CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 12.97 Lakh
VX MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 13.03 Lakh
ZX MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 14.02 Lakh
VX CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 14.33 Lakh
ZX CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 15.32 Lakh
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Honda City Overview

The Honda City is one of the most acclaimed and popular models from the house of Honda. Prices for this Sedan start from Rs. 11.57 Lakh to Rs. 15.32 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 6 different versions.. The transmission options on the Honda City include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The City offers a max power of 121 PS @ 6600 rpm. Some of the main rivals include Hyundai Verna, Skoda Slavia and Volkswagen Virtus. The Honda City is one of the most popular cars in the Sedan segment in India.

Honda City have 6 variants ranging from Rs. 11.57 Lakh to Rs. 15.32 Lakh. Under the hood, City is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1498 cc, 1.5L i-VTEC DOHC with VTC Petrol Engine. It is able to produce 145 Nm @ 4300 rpm torque and 121 PS @ 6600 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 17.8 kmpl. Honda City can store up to 40 Litres fuel in one go at max. Head to our City Specifications page for a complete specs list.

Monthly Sales

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Model NameUnits Sold in Month 2023
October 2022November 2022December 2022
Honda City325027113086
Source: Monthly SIAM Data 2023

City Dimensions & Measurements

City has 4549 mm Length, 1748 mm Width, 1489 mm Height, 2600 mm WheelBase, 135 mm Ground Clearance, 40 Litres Fuel tank Capacity, 506 Litres Boot Space, 185/55 R16 Front Tyre Size, 185/55 R16 Rear Tyre Size.

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Honda City Expert Verdict

Honda City Detailed Review

  • City Performance

    The most recent Honda City is offered with 1.5-liter petrol and diesel engine choices. An oil-burning engine is a turbocharged unit that is exclusively offered with the 6-speed manual transmission, whereas the naturally aspirated engine is available with both CVT and 6-speed manual transmission options. The gasoline engine runs smoothly and effectively. It generates 119.3 bhp of power and 145 Nm of maximum torque thanks to the automaker's variable cam profile with varied valve lift. It will be challenging to discern if the engine is running at idle due to the precisely controlled NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) levels. However, after you exceed 3,000 rpm, a very powerful sound note typical of powerful 4-cylinder engines will start to be audible.

    Whether using a manual transmission or a CVT, the engine is generally tractable throughout the rpm range. In reality, the CVT makes it easy to manoeuvre this somewhat lengthy sedan through congested streets, and when you're in the mood for some excitement, the paddle shifters add to the excitement. The manual unit, on the other hand, features positive shift action and clearly defined gear ratios.

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    The diesel engine continues to generate 98.6 bhp of power and 200 Nm of peak torque. Since the new model doesn't have the tremors or loud diesel clatter of the previous generation, Honda has worked harder this time to reduce NVH. This engine type is not nearly as smooth or fun to drive as its petrol counterpart, despite the absence of turbo-lag. Highway use is where it excels because you can log miles without worrying about exorbitant petrol prices.


    The latest Honda City impresses with its refined and powerful petrol motor while the oil-burner will certainly appeal to those with a high monthly usage.

  • City Exterior

    The Honda City still has a tall hood and a short tail in its most recent incarnation, but it appears more contemporary than ever. Even the greenhouse is very sizable, resulting in a roomy cabin. There is no coupe-like roofline here, in contrast to the Hyundai Verna. The City's fifth generation has grown somewhat in size from the fourth, making the cabin area more acceptable for adults. Less sporty side profiles unquestionably translate into increased headroom for the passengers in the back. The sedan's 1,748 mm overall width further adds to the appearance of a solid foundation. The most latest City has the longest side profile among them all, measuring 4,549 mm in total.

    The front end's highlights include a pair of all-LED headlights that might remind you of the Accord and a sizable chrome slat that runs between the two headlight assemblies. The sides also seem cleaner than before, and the 16-inch alloy wheels are a perfect fit for the wheel wells. These rims are from the international-spec RS trim, which won't be arriving on our market any time soon, it must be stated. Even the ORVMs that are mounted on the doors provide a touch of sportiness, and the wraparound taillamps make it even sportier. Z-shaped LED tail lights with vertically positioned reflectors are added to the sedan's rear appearance. The top-positioned shark-fin antenna completes the athletic appearance of the back.


    The latest-gen Honda City has a posh appeal without being overtly flashy. With the latest generation upgrade, this Maruti Ciaz-rival goes on to offer a good amalgamation of form as well as flair.

  • City Interior

    The City's interior has never been more lavish; the beige colour has made it cosier and more luxuriant, much like the exterior. The dashboard is impressive to look at and seems more advanced than any of its forerunners. The item looks better overall thanks to the high-quality faux wood trim that separates the top and bottom portions. Additionally, the City's interior feels more upscale than any other vehicle in its class thanks to the leather accents in a number of areas. The Digipad 2.0, which was available on the older model and even on the Amaze, has been replaced by an 8-inch infotainment system, which is the centrepiece of the dashboard.

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    There are also a tonne of features available, including connectivity with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, the first-ever category Alexa Remote, and Google Assistant. Even the LaneWatch Blind Spot Monitoring system, which functions in conjunction with a camera mounted on the left-side ORVM, is included in the top-spec model. The sound system's 4-speaker, 4-tweeter design is impressive in terms of output, and we like Honda's decision to forgo touchscreen air conditioning settings in favour of traditional knobs.

    There are plenty of storage spaces strewn across the cabin as not only all the doors can hold a 1-litre bottle each but there are even many other strategically positioned cubby holes in the front as well as the rear.  The dual-tone beige-black theme accentuates the overall spaciousness on offer in both the rows. It is simple to achieve a comfortable driving posture thanks to the driver's seat's seat height adjustment and the steering wheel's tilt-telescopic feature. Honda has completely abandoned adjustable rear headrests in favour of big fixed headrests. On the lengthy trips, the seat padding has thickened and will cuddle you.


    Overall, the interior of the latest Honda City impresses with the high equipment level, good quality materials and enough space in both the rows.

  • City Ride and Handling

    The Honda City has always offered a nice balance between handling prowess and ride comfort, and things only got better with the release of the most recent generation model. The City has a torsion beam with coil springs at the back and MacPherson struts with coil overs up front. The City smoothly glides over the majority of the rough surfaces without causing any inconvenience to the occupants thanks to its 165 mm high ground clearance.

    Honda has fixed the ride's overly harsh characteristics, and the suspension has been modified specifically to manage the potholes and bumps on our rural roads. Because of the setup's soft suspension, it keeps its balance on the road and offers a fair ride. However, the soft suspension setting has contributed to a significant amount of body roll while changing directions fast at high speed. Additionally, the vehicle nose-dives slightly while braking quickly. The City is still fun when manoeuvring around curves with precision.

    Also, the grip from the low-rolling-resistance Bridgestone Ecopia is nothing to write home about but the mechanical grip from the suspension is definitely something that more than makes up for the lack of high grip from the rubber. The steering wheel is quite precise and offers decent feedback.



    Even though Honda could have provided a better set of tires for enhanced grip, the latest Honda City manages to strike a good balance between ride comfort and agility.

  • City Safety

    The ASEAN NCAP crash test facility awarded the most recent Honda City a 5-star grade. The City constructed to Thai regulations received 86.54/100 marks for the combined frontal offset impact and side impact tests. For the categories of adult occupant protection, child protection, and safety assist technology, it received 44.83, 22.82, and 18.89 points, respectively. The Thai-spec City comes standard with six airbags, ABS with EBD, Vehicle Stability Assist (VS), an emergency stop signal, hill-start assistance, and a multi-view reverse parking camera.

    The India-spec Honda City, on the other hand, has 4 airbags as standard equipment, along with 3-point seat belts for all 5 occupants, ABS, and EBD. The top-spec model comes standard with up to 6 airbags, Hill Start Assist, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Rain-Sensing Automatic Wipers, Auto-Dimming IRVM, LaneWatch Blind-Spot Monitoring System, Rear Parking Camera, Automatic Headlamps, and Burglar Alarm.

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    It has a variety of active and passive safety systems to protect the occupants in the terrible case of a collision. The top-spec model comes with auto-dimming IRVM, LaneWatch Blind-Spot Monitoring System, Rear Parking Camera, Automatic Headlamps, and Burglar Alarm.

Honda City Videos

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    Honda City 2020 Review
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City Cost of Ownership

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TCO for Honda City for 1 year is
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TCO Calculation1 Year
Ex Showroom Price ₹ 11,57,300*
Fuel Cost (approx) ₹ 20,224*
Insurance ₹ 69,438*
Service Cost ₹ 92,584*
Total Cost of Ownership ₹ 13,39,546*

* Calculation is basis an average taken for fuel prices across India. Petrol Rs 100/Ltr*, Diesel: Rs 90/Ltr*, CNG: Rs 85/Kg*

Honda City Car Owner Reviews

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    Sidakjotbhatia   (Verified)
    24 Jan 2023

    Excellent I used to say that the Honda is the best choice
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    Shivakumar A   (Verified)
    16 Jan 2023

    safe and Very good comfort, luxury and reliable brand car
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    Vinay Sharma   (Verified)
    14 Jan 2023

    Good car excellent comfort Not good in heavy traffic
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    Narayanan   (Verified)
    03 Jan 2023

    Excellent Do not want to change but the vehicle is more than 13years old and in excellent condition and has hardly 13months left
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    RNMathur   (Verified)
    1 Month ago

    I m using maruti car, I want new one like honda city
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Honda City Colours

  • Honda City  in  Golden Brown Metallic

    Golden Brown Metallic

  • Honda City  in  Lunar Silver Metallic

    Lunar Silver Metallic

  • Honda City  in  Modern Steel Metallic

    Modern Steel Metallic

  • Honda City  in  PLATINUM WHITE PEARL


  • Honda City  in  Rediant Red Metallic

    Rediant Red Metallic

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Honda City Questions and Answers

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  • Updated on 11 Jan 2023

    Does Honda City comes in Deisel version?

    Yes, Honda City comes both in Petrol and Diesel fuel options. For more details, please click on Honda City

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    · 11 Jan 2023
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    Which is top model of Honda City?

    Honda City V Petrol is the top model in the Honda City lineup and the price of City top model is ₹ 10.00 Lakh.It returns a certified mileage of 17.4 kmpl. This V Petrol variant comes with an engine putting out 118 bhp @ 6600 rpm and 145 Nm @ 4600 rpm of max power and max torque respectively.

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  • Updated on 1 Month ago

    What is the safety rating for Honda City?

    In comparison the fourth generation Honda City with just 2 airbags, is the only Indian vehicle tested by Global-NCAP in 2022, to score a 4-star safety rating.

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  • Updated on 1 Month ago

    What is the size of Stefany wheel in Honda city ZX CVT car?

    The size of stefany wheel is 175/65 R15 84H. For more details, please click on Honda city

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  • Updated on 1 Month ago

    Is this Honda City is a 5th generation model?

    Yes, it is the new fifth-generation Honda City.

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Honda City FAQs

  • What is the ARAI mileage for Honda City?

    Honda City claims a mileage of 18.4 kmpl.

  • What are the transmission types available in Honda City?

    The Honda City comes in Petrol with Manual & Automatic transmission.

  • What is the price of the base model of Honda City?

    The base variant price for Honda City V MT Petrol is priced at Rs.11.57 Lakh.

  • What are the colour options of Honda City?

    Honda City is available in 5 colours - Golden Brown Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, PLATINUM WHITE PEARL, Rediant Red Metallic.

  • Does Honda City come with a sunroof option?

    Yes, Honda City comes with a sunroof configuration.

  • What is the seating capacity of Honda City?

    Honda City comes with a 5 seater capacity.

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    Costly sir

City On Road Price in India

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Pune ₹ 13.61 Lakh onwards
Hyderabad ₹ 13.84 Lakh onwards
Patna ₹ 13.38 Lakh onwards
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Ahmedabad ₹ 12.92 Lakh onwards
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