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Honda city is one of the most famous car in the budget sedan segment. It has been in the market for a really long time now. The Honda City is among one of the best selling budget sedan in India as of now. So the new iteration of the famous car has been revealed.
In this article we are going to talk about the all new Honda City. we will give you a quick overview of the all new City sedan.
2020 Honda City
The new city sedan has updated design that looks great. The outside styling speaks to an inconspicuous development from the model it replaces and the subcompact vehicle gets a few prompts from the Municipal to a great extent while holding its own personality. It slightly resembles its bigger sedan brother Honda Civic.
The dimensions of the new Honda city has also gone up marginally. Honda claims the new City is 113 millimeters (4.4 inches) longer and 53 mm (2.1 in) more extensive than its ancestor, presently at 4553 mm (179.2 in) and 1748 mm (68.8 in), separately. It sits 10 mm (0.4 in) lower than previously (at 1467 mm (57.7 in) and has a wheelbase abbreviated by 11 mm (0.4 in), presently at 2589 mm (102 in).
Also there have been changes in the interior of the new Honda City. the 2020 City has an all-new dashboard plan that has all the earmarks of being essentially clear with all controls where you'd need them to be. even-tough it has a shorter wheelbase there is enough legroom for the passengers. The inside will be offered in dark with discretionary calfskin seats and a two-tone ivory/dark topic, alongside chrome entryway handles and a gleaming dashboard in piano dark.
Engine and performance
The new 2020 Honda comes with a 1.5 liters i-Vtec petrol engine. The company claims that it is capable of producing 119 Ps of maximum power. the maximum torque output is 173 NM which comes at 2000 RPM according to the brand. iot has the option of both manual and automatic gearbox transmission. the manual transmission variant comes with a 7-speed gearbox. while the automatic gearbox uses a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with torque converter.
The new 2020 Honda city claims the mileage of 18 KMPL which is good for a sedan with ample amount of power on tap.
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