Variant wise features of the upcoming new Honda City have been leaked and we can confirm that the mid-spec VX trim seems like the most VFM trim.
The launch of new generation Honda City is just a couple of days away. Only the prices are left to be announced otherwise all the details including specs, features and styling have been revealed. Now, the variant wise features of the sedan have been leaked online. First impressions show that even the base variant is quite feature rich.
However, the mid-spec VX trim gets most of the features from the entire list. As per our research, it seems like the most Value-For-Money variant among all the three. Here are all the features that you will get on the Honda City VX Trim:
Honda City VX Trim Features
- 20.3 cm touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
- Internet Car Technology with Remote Engine Start/Stop and AC Control
- Cruise Control
- Engine Start-Stop Push Button
- Honda Smart Key With Keyless Remote
- Fully Automatic AC
- Rear AC Vents
- 7-speed Paddle Shifters
- Projector Headlamps
- Premium Fabric Seat Upholstery With Dual-Tone Black And Beige Theme
- 16-inch Dual Tone Alloy Wheels
- Electric Sunroof
- Digital Instrument Cluster
- G-Meter Display
- Automatic Headlamps
Honda City VX Trim Safety Features
- Six Airbags (Dual Front, Seat Side And Curtain Side)
- ABS with EBD
- Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)
- Hill Start Assist
- Deflation Warning System
- Rear Parking Camera
- Rear Parking Sensors
- Auto-Dimming IRVM
The only features that are missing on the VX Trim include lane watch camera, a couple of remote operations, ambient lighting, LED headlamps and leather seats. That’s it. Among all these features, LED headlamps seem like an important one but we can definitely live without the rest.
New Honda City will get a new 1.5 Litre i-VTEC engine that produces 122 PS and 145 Nm of peak torque. The diesel engine remains the same 1.5 Litre unit producing 100 PS and 200 Nm of torque. The petrol engine comes with the options of a 6-speed MT and a CVT. The diesel engine continues with the manual gearbox as standard.