The Honda City is one of the 7 different models from the house of Honda. Prices for this Sedan start from Rs 929900 and buyers can pick from as many as 2 different versions. The transmission options on the Honda City include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The City offers a max power of 119PS@6600rpm. Some of the main rivals include Kia Seltos and Mahindra Thar 2020.Read all
Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Honda City comes in. There are 2 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the SV MT Petrol version. The number of manual versions are 2 while the number of automatic trims are 0. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|SV MT PetrolPetrol,Upto 17.4,Manual||₹ 9.30 Lakh|
|V MT PetrolPetrol,Upto 17.8,Manual||₹ 10.00 Lakh|
I own a 2019 Honda City ZX Petrol top model with the manual gearbox. I bought this car in March 2019 and I drive my car extensively. I have always heard about Hondaâ€™s i-VTEC petrol engine and now I can proudly say I own this engineering masterpiece. The City drives and handles fantastically well. I love the City as it gets a lot of features, the cabin is very spacious and the sunroof makes the feel good factor even better. Talking about cons, I donâ€™t have faced any problems with my car. Till now, I have driven my car around 11,500 kilometres. I bought this car in March last year and I would say the Honda City is the best sedan in India if you love driving.
I have purchased the City CVT in November 2018. I have the V model of the City with CVT gearbox. I wanted to own a City but I wanted an automatic gearbox too as my wife also wanted to learn how to drive a car and so I got the petrol engine with CVT. I will separate my ownership review in two parts: pros and cons. First of all pros, so the biggest advantage of the City is its engine and gearbox, it drives really well and then there are its features and space. My car is the V model so it doesnâ€™t get fancy equipments but it gets all the usable features. It doesnâ€™t has any such cons but you canâ€™t drive the CVT enthusiastically. I have driven my City for nearly 19,000 kilometres and I am really happy with it.
Hi everyone, I own a 2017 Honda City VX Diesel. I bought the City in December 2017, I have a very high amount of running and so I bought the diesel engine of the City. I have covered nearly 28,000 kilometres in my car and the City is a very frugal car. My City delivers 17-19 kmpl in the City and it delivers up to 22-23 kmpl on the highways. The maintenance cost of this car is also not very much and it is a delightful car. I bought the VX model of the City which is the second top model and so it gets a lot of features. I am very happy with my car and I wanted to get a second Honda too but since I wanted an SUV, I got the Hyundai Creta. I wish that Honda also launches a SUV soon so that people like me can buy it.
We own a 2018 Honda City. This car we bought in April 2018 and we have the City Petrol with the CVT gearbox. I live in Bengaluru and we have to encounter a lot of traffic and so I bought the CVT as I can enjoy the thrill of i-VTEC with the paddle shifters and can enjoy convenience with the CVT box. I have driven my City Petrol for around 23,000 kilometres and till now, I havenâ€™t faced any issue at all. The CVT returns very good mileage, I guess its even better than the manual gearbox and the car is very spacious, affordable to maintain, so a big thumbs up to the Honda City.
Hi, I own a 2019 Honda City Diesel. The City has always been my dream car and since my running is too much, I got the City Diesel. My average running per month is around 900-1000 kilometres and so I bought the diesel model and I am very happy with it as it delivers very good fuel economy. My car returns around 16-18 kmpl in the city and on highways, it delivers up to 23-24 kmpl. I bought this car in October 2019 and till now, I have driven it 9700 kilometres, thanks to the lockdown, I have not driven it much since the past 3-4 months. I have not faced any problem with the City till date, it is extremely fuel-efficient and very spacious too. I would rate my City 4 out of 5 and I know my next car will also be a Honda.
Hello, if you could help us with your city name then we could tell you variant-wise pricing as per your city. The ex-showroom, Delhi price of new Honda City starts from Rs 10.90 lakh and the top model fetches till Rs 14.64 lakh
The Honda City base model is priced at Rs. 10.99 lakhs, Ex-showroom.
The on-road price in Delhi is 17.19 Lakh rupees.
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Honda City starts from on-road price of ₹1,058,726.00 in (New Delhi) for the SV 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.