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Honda City

Starts at ₹ 7.56 lakhs
Ex-showroom, New Delhi
EMI: ₹ 13,998/-
For a loan of   6,42,600 @ 11.5% over 60 months
2322 used Honda City
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Honda City Price by Versions

Honda City comes in following 14 versions with 2 engine and 2 transmission and 2 fuel options. Click on a City version name to know on-road price in your city, specifications and features.

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Honda City E

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.8 kpl

7.56 lakhs

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Honda City S

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.4 kpl

8.22 lakhs

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Honda City E Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 26 kpl

8.78 lakhs

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Honda City SV

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.4 kpl

8.82 lakhs

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Honda City V

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.4 kpl

9.40 lakhs

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Honda City S Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 26 kpl

9.44 lakhs

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Honda City SV CVT

1497cc Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 18 kpl

9.85 lakhs

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Honda City SV Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 26 kpl

9.94 lakhs

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Honda City VX

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.4 kpl

10.37 lakhs

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Honda City V Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 26 kpl

10.59 lakhs

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Honda City VX (O) MT

1497cc Petrol, Manual, 17.4 kpl

10.67 lakhs

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Honda City VX CVT

1497cc Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 18 kpl

11.46 lakhs

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Honda City VX Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 25.1 kpl

11.57 lakhs

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Honda City VX (O) MT Diesel

1498cc Diesel, Manual, 25.1 kpl

11.87 lakhs

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Honda City Review

Honda held the global unveiling for its City sedan at a function in Delhi on November 25, 2013 and this model is expected to go on sale in the markets in January. The fourth generation City gets quite a few new elements both inside and outside but retains the overall design. ...read full review Introduction: Honda City

Honda unveiled the fourth-generation City globally at an event in New Delhi on November 25, 2013. The revised car was launched on January 7, 2014. The 2014 Honda City sedan retains the overall design but has got changes to both the exterior as well as the interiors. It is also packed with a host of new features.

Exterior: Honda City

The revised sedan is not a completely new product and development has taken place in terms of a sporty and aggressive design. This is based on the carmaker’s ‘Exciting H Design’ philosophy which is expected to make its way to all the upcoming cars from Honda. The changes include the modifications to the front and rear profile of the vehicle. The revised front grille displays a singular broad horizontal slat laden with chrome. It tapers upwards at the edges and gets the Honda emblem in the centre. The grille extends down to the bumper which sees another thin horizontal slat before the air intakes. The double barrel headlamps are wider. The front bumper, which houses the circular fog lamps with honeycomb surrounds, gets redesigned air intakes. The bonnet has two vertical creases to channelize the air.

The side profile of the car also exhibits the creases meant to reduce the overall aerodynamic drag. Though the overall length of the vehicle is the same, the wheelbase is longer. The top end variant of the car stands tall on swept back design alloy wheels while the lower models get wheel caps with a similar shape. A slight change can be seen on the rear bumper but what is worth mentioning is the two-part layout of the tail lamps. The outer part of the tail light extends into the sides of the car, while the inner part is on the boot lid. The chrome strip running horizontally above the licence plate slot spreads across the rear linking the lamps. The car is tall from behind but the height is unrecognizable thanks to the horizontal lines added to the back.

Interiors: Honda City

The interiors of the new Honda City are very similar to the layout of the previous car. However, the plastic quality has improved. It now gets a beige and black colour scheme with leather upholstery on the top spec variants while the lower variants get a fabric trim. The steering wheel has been revised and is larger than the previous one. It gets more buttons on it for audio connectivity, phone controls and cruise control.

The instrument cluster has three circles with the one in centre for the speedometer, the left one for the tachometer and the one on the right side to display the other information like the trip metre, the fuel gauge and the instant fuel consumption. The speedo boasts of two colours for the backlight- blue and green. If you are driving efficiently, the blue light turns into green. For tuning the car to the best possible efficiency, the automatic car’s dashboard gets an ‘Eco’ button. A centre arm rest is also present.

Honda City

The centre console is inclined towards the driver for ease of access. It gets the five inch touchscreen LCD, touch screen climate control and charging points at the bottom. A push-button for engine on-off is seen close to the centre console. The other features list includes eight speakers, rear AC vents, keyless entry and a first-in-segment cruise control. The features available on the top spec variant are even more which comprise of the sun/moon-roof.

However, all the variants get the driver seat airbag, ABS and EBD. The number of airbags and other features increase with ascend in the variants. The infotainment system comes sans the touch screen system and the navigation option but it supports iPod and USB connectivity, has an aux-in port and can be paired to the phone through Bluetooth.

Since the wheelbase has been extended, the space inside the cabin has increased giving more legroom for the rear passengers. There is also a slight increase in the headroom. This City gets actual AC vents at the back that are not just blowers as seen on other cars. Two power outlets are placed beneath the rear AC vents. The boot space has increased by four litres than the previous model and now is 510 litres making it the largest boot in the class.

Engine: Honda City Engine

The new Honda City is being offered with two sets of engines and gearbox options. The diesel engine is the 1.5-litre i-DTEC unit from the Amaze sedan that churns out 98bhp and 200Nm of torque while the petrol is the retuned version of the 1.5-litre i-VTEC unit which produces 119bhp and 145Nm of torque. The diesel is mated to a six –speed manual while the petrol gets an option of a five-speed manual CVT gearbox.


Honda claims that the new City has the highest ARAI efficiency numbers in the segment. The 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine is India’s most efficient diesel engine delivering an ARAI tested mileage of 26 kmpl. The petrol 1.5-litre i-VTEC delivers fuel efficiency of 18kmpl with the CVT and 17.8kmpl with the five-speed manual.


The new Honda City will rival the Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento, Ford Fiesta, Skoda Rapid, Nissan Scala and the next generation of the Maruti Suzuki SX4.

Honda City Colours:

The new car is available in six colours- Golden Brown Metallic, Carnelian Red Pearl, Urban Titanium Metallic, Tapetta White, Alabaster Silver Metallic and Crystal Black Pearl.


The petrol version of the City comes in manual as well as automatic transmission. The manual petrol is available in five variants- E, S, SV, V and VX. The automatic transmission is only available in the SV and VX models. The diesel City is only available with a manual gearbox and comes in five versions- E, S, SV, V and VX.

Honda City 2014 Review

2014 Honda City Interiors

Honda City 2014 : First Impression

Honda City Expert Reviews

Honda City reviews and comparisons by CarWale Experts.

  • New Honda City Diesel
    New Honda City Diesel

    Charles Pennefather, 17 Dec 2013

    Honda has always been at the top of the heap, whether you’re considering aspirational value, quality of sales and service, or simply sales numbers. It all started in India ...

Specifications Summary


1497 cc, Petrol, 117 bhp @ 6600 RPM power


1498 cc, Diesel, 99 bhp @ 3600 RPM power


5-speed, Automatic (CVT), FWD


5-speed, Manual, FWD


6-speed, Manual, FWD

Seating Capacity

5 seater


Power steering

Honda City Colours

Honda City is sold in the following colours in India.

  • Carnelian Red Pearl
  • Golden Brown Metallic
  • Alabaster Silver Metallic
  • Taffeta White
  • Urban Titanium Metallic
  • Orchid White Pearl

Honda City in News

Latest Honda City news from CarWale.

  • Honda India plans to increase localisation in their cars
    Honda India plans to increase localisation in their cars

    Honda India aims to increase the local content in their cars and also improve the quality of their products. So despite the reduction in prices of vehicles, the quality [...] 09 Jul 2015

  • Honda Grace Petrol variant launched in Japan
    Honda Grace Petrol variant launched in Japan

    Honda has launched a standard petrol version of the Grace sedan for the Japanese market. In essence, the car that we call the City in India and Malaysia is now also [...] 19 Jun 2015

  • 2016 Honda City facelift spied in China
    2016 Honda City facelift spied in China

    The Honda City facelift has been spotted in its production-ready avatar, in China. The completely undisguised Chinese-spec model gives us a glimpse of the host of [...] 18 Jun 2015

  • Honda sells 13,431 units in May
    Honda sells 13,431 units in May

    Honda Cars India has sold 13,431 units in May as compared to 13,262 units in May 2014 registering a growth of one per cent. The company sold 26,067 units in April 2015 [...] 01 Jun 2015

  • Honda City debuts at 2015 Auto Shanghai
    Honda City debuts at 2015 Auto Shanghai

    One of India’s best selling cars has made its way into China as Honda has revealed the sixth-generation City at the ongoing 2015 Auto Shanghai. The C-segment sedan [...] 21 Apr 2015

Honda City User Reviews

Recent user reviews on Honda City.

  • Poor quality parts and plastic used

    on Honda City by Rohit Batra, 26-Jul-2015
    Exterior - Looks are great! Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) - Very low quality plastic used everywhere, Dashboard, mirros and everythnig makes unwanted noises. Parts start [...]

  • Only Brand name, no quality

    on Honda City by P_B, 08-Jul-2015
    Exterior  Good Look Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Interiors in SV give a feeling of cheap plastic when compared with Skoda and Verna in similar range.  Engine [...]

  • Honda

    on Honda City by Gaurav Kant Tyagi, 01-Jul-2015
    Exterior: Good   Interior (Features, Space & Comfort): No comfort, it jumps on every speed breaker & every pit on the road which shakes your body & neck. Seems [...]

  • AVN finish is a great disappountment

    on Honda City by HARIKRISHNA G, 23-Jun-2015
    Areas of improvement AVN is a good option compared to vx but not thought of givng same way of operatioal ports as lower version instead of cables in dashboard which is full of [...]

  • First Honda Car, Driving VX CVT since March 2015, 5000km

    on Honda City by Prakant Aggarwal, 11-Jun-2015
    Exterior  The car has got a stylish look and i personally love my silver alabaster vx cvt with the alloys and sun roof, the bumpers are not so effective, i had 2 incidents [...]

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