2020 Honda City To Debut This Month; India Launch At Auto Expo 2020

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2020 Honda City To Debut This Month; India Launch At Auto Expo 2020

Snapshot: The fifth-gen Honda City sedan will come with an all-new exterior, advanced interior features and a set of BS 6 certified petrol and diesel engines in India.

Posted on 05 November 2019, 15:12, by
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  • All-New Honda City to make the first appearance in India at Auto Expo 2020.

  • Initially, the sedan could be offered with the existing BS 4 engines.

  • It will debut several first-in-segment features in India.

The fifth-gen Honda City is all set to make its world premiere this month in Thailand. It will get a complete exterior makeover along with a plethora of advanced features. The sedan has already been spotted testing several times albeit with heavy camouflage. Honda City has dominated the C-segment of sedans in the Indian market for several years which already comprises of the likes of Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento, and Toyota Yaris.

Speaking of the 2020 Honda City, it will flaunt the Japanese automaker’s latest global design language. The exterior will boast of sharper LED headlamps with daytime running lights (DRLs) and a sporty bumper. There will be a broader air inlet and a narrow rea portion with a sensational LED tail lamp cluster.

The company might well also increase the overall dimensions of the new City sedan to increase the cabin space. The cabin is believed to feature a new digital instrument console and a larger touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The dashboard will also be restyled with a notch higher-finish while other features will include wireless charging, sunroof, power-adjustable front seats, etc. to name a few.

Mechanically, it will be offered with a petrol and diesel engine with direct injection technology. Both the engines will be BS 6 certified while an all-new 6-speed manual gearbox will be introduced with petrol models. The diesel variants could come with a CVT unit as an option. In addition, a petrol-hybrid i-MMD (intelligent Multi-Mode Drive) might debut in India too.

Source: autoportal.com