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. 11.46 Lakh.
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Latest On Honda City

Last Updated On 6th Jun'22: The Japanese car manufacturer Honda has added a new hybrid variant to its most popular product; the Honda City. The new variant is called the Honda City e:HEV. The new hybrid is the most expensive variant among the lineup of Honda City currently. The addition of a battery pack helps increase the total driving range of the Honda City.

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 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. 11.46 Lakh to Rs. 15.41 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 9 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 Skoda Slavia, Skoda Kushaq and Skoda Octavia. The Honda City is one of the most popular cars in the Sedan segment in India.

Honda City have 9 variants ranging from Rs. 11.46 Lakh to Rs. 15.41 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
Honda City322523003628
Source: Monthly SIAM Data 2022

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 Price

Price of Honda City in India ranges between Rs. 11.46 Lakh and Rs. 15.41 Lakh.The Honda City variants start from 11.46 Lakh - V MT Petrol and goes upto 15.41 Lakh - ZX MT Diesel. Honda City is also available on EMI with interest rates varying from 7.15 to 7.5% through various banks.

Honda City Price List

V MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 11.46 Lakh
V CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 12.86 Lakh
VX MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 12.92 Lakh
V MT DieselDiesel, Upto 24.1 kmpl, Manual ₹ 13.06 Lakh
ZX MT PetrolPetrol, Upto 17.8 kmpl, Manual ₹ 13.91 Lakh
VX CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 14.22 Lakh
VX MT DieselDiesel, Upto 24.1 kmpl, Manual ₹ 14.42 Lakh
ZX CVT PetrolPetrol, Upto 18.4 kmpl, Automatic ₹ 15.21 Lakh
ZX MT DieselDiesel, Upto 24.1 kmpl, Manual ₹ 15.41 Lakh
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Honda City Pros/Cons

Features we admire in this car

  • Delivers spirited driving performance
  • India's first connected car with Alexa remote capability
  • It gets new Z-shaped 3D LED wraparound taillamps

Features that could have been better

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  • No Adjustable Headrests on the Rear Bench
  • No Diesel Automatic Combo

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Honda City Detailed Review

  • City Performance

    The latest-gen Honda City is available with 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine options. The former is a naturally-aspirated unit that is available with 6-speed manual and CVT options, while the oil-burner on offer is a turbocharged unit that’s available only with the 6-speed manual transmission. The petrol motor is very refined and a strong performer. It benefits from the carmaker’s variable cam profile with varying valve lift, and goes on to output 121 PS and 145 Nm. The NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) levels are under a tight grip and at idle, you’ll be hard pressed to figure out if the engine is running. Rev post 3,000 rpm, however, and you’ll experience a rather healthy sound note typical of powerful 4-cylinder motors.

    Overall, the engine is tractable across the rev range, be it with a manual transmission or the CVT. In fact, the CVT actually helps you easily pilot this long-ish sedan through congested streets while the paddle-shifters make things more exciting when you’re in the mood for some fun. Meanwhile, the manual unit offers a positive shift action and well-defined gear ratios.

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    The diesel engine has been carried over from the previous model and continues to output 100 PS and 200 Nm. This time around, Honda has made a serious effort to control the NVH as the vibrations and the high diesel clatter of the previous model is absent on the new version.  The turbo-lag is not too pronounced but this engine variant is nowhere as smooth and relaxing to drive as the petrol counterpart. It’s best suited to highway use as it will help you munch miles without worrying about huge fuel bills.


    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

    In its latest avatar, the Honda City retains its basic silhouette with a long hood and a short tail but looks more modern than ever. Even the greenhouse is pretty big, which translates into a spacious cabin. Unlike the Hyundai Verna, there’s no coupe-like roofline here. While this is something that makes the side profile a bit less sporty, it's definitely something that translates into more headroom for the rear occupants.

    The highlights of the front-end include a set of all-LED headlamps that might remind you of the Accord, and a rather chunky chrome slat that runs between the two headlight units. Furthermore, the overall width of 1,748 mm helps the sedan with a pretty planted look. Compared to the rivals, the side profile of the latest City is the longest with an overall length of 4,549 mm. It also offers a cleaner look than before, while the 16-inch alloy wheels fill the wheel wells pretty efficiently. It must be noted here that these rims from the international-spec RS trim that’s not headed to our market anytime soon. Even the door-mounted ORVMs are a pretty sporty touch, while the wraparound tail lamps will remind you of the latest BMW 3-Series sedan. The roof-mounted shark-fin antenna completes the sporty look of the posterior.


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    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

    Akin to the exterior, the interior of the City has become posher than ever. The dashboard impresses with its design and looks more mature than the one on any of the predecessors. The faux wood trim that intersects the top and bottom sections is of high quality and enhances the overall look of the unit. Furthermore, the leather inserts on various sections make the City’s cabin feel more upmarket than any other car in the segment. The highlight of the dashboard, however, is the 8-inch infotainment unit that has replaced the Digipad 2.0 available on the earlier model and even on the Amaze.

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    There are also plenty of features on offer, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support along with segment-first Alexa Remote as well as Google Assistant compatibility. The top-spec version even gets the LaneWatch Blind Spot Monitoring system that works in tandem with a camera positioned on the left-hand-side ORVM. The 4-speaker-4-tweeter setup of the sound system impresses with the output, while we’re happy Honda has ditched the touchscreen controls for the aircon in favour of physical 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. Even the seats are high enough and offer decent support over long journeys. In fact, the rear bench seat has to be the most comfortable in this class.


    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 provided a good mix of handling capabilities and ride comfort, and things have got even better with the introduction of the latest generation model. The City comes with MacPherson struts with coil overs up front and a torsion beam with coil springs at the rear. Coupled with a sufficiently high ground clearance of 165 mm, the City easily glides over most of the rough surfaces without causing any discomfort to the occupants.

    However, the soft suspension setting has led to a fair amount of body roll when changing directions at high speed. Moreover, there’s a slight nose-dive when braking at high speeds.

    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 latest Honda City has scored a 5-star crash test rating at ASEAN NCAP crash test bed. The Thai-spec City bagged 86.54/100 points for the full frontal offset impact and side impact tests. It scored 44.83 points for adult occupant protection, 22.82 for child protection (COP) and 18.89 points for safety assist tech. The Thai-spec City comes kitted out with 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, Vehicle Stability Assist (VS), Emergency Stop Signal, Hill-Start Assist and Multi-view reverse parking camera.

    Meanwhile, the India-spec Honda City with 4 airbags, 3-point seat belts for all 5 occupants, ABS, and EBD as a part of the standard equipment list. The top-spec model even benefits from as many as 6 airbags, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Hill Start Assist, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), rain-sensing automatic wipers, auto-dimming IRVM, LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring system, rear parking camera, automatic headlamps and burglar alarm.


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    While the India-spec Honda City is yet to be tested by Global NCAP, the full 5-star score by the Thai-spec model does hint at the high structural strength of the new model. Also, it comes with a host of active and passive safety features to keep the occupants safe in an unfortunate event of a crash.

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Honda City Ownership Cost

On Road Price of Honda City₹ 11.46 Lakh
Service Cost**₹ 30.69 K
Total Ownership Cost₹ 11.77 Lakh

** First 5 Years Service cost

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    Lakshmi S (Verified)
    4 Days ago

    Good driving experience. Comfortable for family trips

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    Hastimal (Verified)
    6 Days ago

    Very good.comfortable, luxurious, descent & good looking prestiois

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    Rajesh Purang (Verified)
    6 Days ago

    Excellent To drive with comfort, it has beautiful features which makes most beautiful car to own

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    Raj jain (Verified)
    8 Days ago

    Very comfortable & spacious. Very satisfied. Using from last 18 years

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    Rajeev Mehrotra (Verified)
    8 Days ago

    Honda city is good looking great performance easy drive smooth comfortable good space etc

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Honda City Colours

  • Honda City  in  Golden Brown Metallic

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  • Honda City  in  Lunar Silver Metallic

    Lunar Silver Metallic

  • Honda City  in  Modern Steel Metallic

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  • Honda City  in  PLATINUM WHITE PEARL


  • Honda City  in  Rediant Red Metallic

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  • What is the on-road price of Honda City in New Delhi?

    Honda City starts from on-road price of Rs 13.54 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the V MT Petrol. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.

  • What is the mileage of Honda City?

    The mileage of Honda City is 24.1 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Honda City might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.

  • Does Honda City comes in automatic transmission?

    Yes, Honda City has 3 variants with automatic transmision.The Honda City has 3 petrol variants with automatic transmission.

  • Is there any exchange offer available of Honda City?

    The exchange value of Honda City is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.

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  • AN
    Posted On: 5 December 2021

    Costly sir


City On-Road Price in India

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi ₹ 13.54 Lakh onwards
Pune ₹ 13.48 Lakh onwards
Hyderabad ₹ 13.71 Lakh onwards
Patna ₹ 13.25 Lakh onwards
Indore ₹ 13.25 Lakh onwards
Ahmedabad ₹ 12.79 Lakh onwards

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