- Honda City VX now misses out on premium features
- Mechanically unchanged
- Small price cut; petrol City VX now starts at Rs 11.56 lakhs and diesel at Rs 12.86 lakhs
Japanese car manufacturer, Honda, has revised the feature list of the VX variant of its popular selling sedan, the City. Back in January, the company had introduced a five-speed manual option in the top-spec ZX variant. The top-spec ZX variant is further offered with a long list of six airbags, rain-sensing wipers, seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, automatic LED headlamps with DRLs, electric sunroof and more. The second to top VX variant, however, misses out on a few features this time around.
Changes in the City VX variant are mainly limited to feature upgrades while mechanically it continues to be powered by existing engine options. The VX variant now rides on 15-inch alloy wheels instead of the 16-inch wheels and the LED headlamps have also been given a miss. Honda has further excluded the soft-touch dashboard, leather seats and revised trim inserts on door panels. The Japanese car manufacturer has however, updated the VX variant with LED taillamps and continues to be offered with seven-inch infotainment system, a rearview camera, push-button start, sunroof and power folding mirrors.
Under the hood, the vehicle continues to be powered by the existing 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine options. The City VX is offered with a minor price cut, where the petrol manual version is priced at Rs 11.56 lakhs and the diesel manual version is available for Rs 12.86 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi).