New Honda City is Now The Biggest Sedan Among Hyundai Verna, Maruti Ciaz And Others

The dimensions and other details of the new generation Honda City have been revealed ahead of its launch in the month of July.

The launch of new Honda City is just around the corner and its pre-bookings have officially commenced. You can book the City online at Honda’s official website now as well. We have already driven the new City and its review will be out on 30th June, Tuesday. So stay tuned on our Youtube channel!

Ahead of the launch, Honda has revealed the dimensions of the new City. In terms of length and width, the sedan has grown and is marginally bigger than the previous generation as well. Also, if we compare it against the rivals, the new City is the biggest sedan now. Here’s a comparison chart.

Length X Width X Height4549 mm X 1748 mm X 1489 mm4440 mm X 1729 mm X 1475 mm4490 mm X 1730 mm X 1485 mm4413 mm X 1699 mm X 1466 mm4390 mm X 1699 mm X 1467 mm4425 mm X 1730 mm X 1495 mm
Wheelbase2600 mm2600 mm2650mm2552 mm2552 mm2550 mm

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You can see that City is the longest and widest sedan in the segment. The second contender is the Ciaz and the City is nearly 60mm longer and 20mm wider. In terms of height, Yaris is the winner with City coming in for the second position. The wheelbase of the City is 50mm smaller than the Maruti Ciaz.

The smallest car in the segment has to be the Volkswagen Vento with a length of just 4390mm. Yaris has the shortest wheelbase of just 2550mm. This confirms that not only is City bigger, but its cabin will be roomier and more comfortable than other sedans. The previous generation City was not the biggest one in the class.

The new generation Honda City will continue with the same 1.5 Litre petrol and diesel engines. The i-VTEC unit will now produce 122 PS and the same 145 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 6-speed MT and a CVT. The 1.5 i-DTEC will see no changes in the power figures, offering 100 PS and 200 Nm of peak torque, paired with a 6-speed MT.