Here is what is new about the face-lifted Honda City.
As you may be aware, Honda Cars in India recently launched the face-lifted 2017 model of the City on the 14th of February in New Delhi. The updated Honda City now retails between Rs. 8.50 lakh to Rs. 13.57 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). We have driven the updated car after its launch, you can read about here - 2017 Honda City Review: First Drive
But to make things simpler for you here is a look at some of the most significant changes in the new car.
- Restyled exteriors
The 2017 model year Honda City gets a sharper look with new front and rear bumpers. The front of the car also gets a new grille with less chrome making it look more elegant. The car also gets new diamond cut alloy wheels. The new ZX top-end variant gets larger 16 inch wheels while lesser variants get 15 inch wheels.
- LED lights
The Honda City has become the first mid-size sedan in India to get LED head lamps featuring daytime running LED strips. The car even gets LED front fog lamps. The tail lamps are now also LED units.
- ISOFIX seat compatibility
The new Honda City gets ISOFIX compatibility for the rear seat which now allows child seats to be fastened onto the rear seat.
- New features
Honda has gone all out in topping up the equipment list for the updated Honda City especially in the new ZX variant with a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system featuring mirror link connectivity to bring in Wi-Fi connectivity for a whole range of functions including browsing your e-mail to satellite navigation. The car also gets adjustable rear head rests, a tilt and telescopically adjustable steering wheel, the IRVM is now electrochromatic and the stereo gets 1.5GB of built in memory.
- Fuel efficiency altered
ARAI fuel efficiency ratings for the diesel and petrol manual models of the new Honda City have fallen. The diesel now returns an ARAI claimed 25.6 km/l while petrol manual has a claimed figure of 17.4 km/l.