I am happy with my 3rd generation City. Shape is old, but i-vtec engine is running so smooth. No issues at all. All minor repairs with minimal cost.
Honda City 4th Generation [2017-2019] User Reviews
City 4th Generation [2017-2019] User Reviews
Read the Honda City 4th Generation [2017-2019] user reviews to find out more about the City 4th Generation [2017-2019] ownership experience from dozens of Honda City 4th Generation [2017-2019] users across India. Honda City 4th Generation [2017-2019] user reviews allow you to learn the pros and cons of the City 4th Generation [2017-2019] in everyday life.
Honda City 4th Generation [2017-2019] User Ratings
8 User Reviews Available
Having old model
In terms of cabin quality, I think it is best. No other company comes close. It is offering great features and comfort inside is excellent.
I am really liking this car's shape. Very aerodynamic and sleek look it is having. Honda is designing good products.
Door hinges need regular greasing
After the car is exposed to some heavy rain or through pressure washing, I have noticed that the door hinges start creaking quite badly. All of them. As a result, I have to keep them lubricated at all times or else the creaking returns. I’ve been experiencing this problem ever since the car was new.
Performance is mediocre
I have a diesel Honda City and I’m not quite happy with the car’s performance. The acceleration is good for a small speed range and the car runs out of power pretty easily. However, one very good thing about the car is that the fuel economy figure does not deviate much despite different driving styles.
Fuel-efficiency on point!
Honda claims a fuel economy figure of 25.6 km/l for the diesel City and I have been getting 23-24 km/l quite effortlessly from my car. This shows how refined Honda engines are. One of the few car makers in the country which can justify the fuel efficiency claims of its products.
Needs more ground clearance
I live in an area which has a bad reputation for having very tall speed breakers. The problem is such that I had to get the suspension height on my City raised as before I used to end up scraping the front bumper on each and every one of them. Otherwise, too I feel the car can do with a higher ground clearance. Will be better on steep slopes, especially in some shopping mall parking lots.
Seats are not comfortable
I am quite disappointed by the seats of the Honda City and the seating position as well. Seats are hard and flat so they don’t provide much support. Also, the door armrest is quite low so I can’t comfortably place my right elbow on it while driving. The centre also has no good arm support so I am almost always driving with both my arms in the air which becomes quite tiring on long journeys.