Honda has come a long way ever since it launched the first-generation City in India in 1998. The current model, which is the City's fourth generation, will soon be revamped. This one is expected to borrow cues from the facelifted City unveiled in Indonesia recently. Petrol and diesel engine options will be carried over. Let's have a look at the changes through this photo gallery.
The overall styling has drawn inspiration from the Civic sedan and Honda will now offer the City in a new cosmic blue exterior colour option.
This 2017 Honda City (facelift) gets tweaked headlamps with LED lighting and DRLs, which we expect to be offered with the top-of-the-line trim.
Then there is a new slimmer grille, which flows into the headlamps. The slightly tweaked bumpers will get LED fog lamps in some grades.
The silhouette remains the same but the top-end grade now comes with new 16-inch alloy wheels with a diamond cut finish.
The Honda City features tweaked tail lights, a bootlid-mounted rear spoiler and a sportier bumper. The rear bumper also gets pockets with black plastic inserts to add to the sporty appeal.
The cabin gets an all-black treatment contrasted by dark gun-metal trim on the dashboard, gloss black garnish on the centre console and bright silver accents.
We can expect Honda Car India to launch this revamped sedan in the Indian market by 2017. Let’s hope the new looks and features do not ask for a large premium over the current pricing of the car.