Honda City Will Launch This Valentines Day

Feb 08, 2017 08:00 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

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Japanese automaker Honda is good to go to dispatch another version of its average sized vehicle Honda City which will launch on February 14 in India. The vehicle will come with similar engine options such as  1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel powertrains as the previous release and are relied upon to go up against Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, and Volkswagen Vento.

There were several changes made on the vehicle from its exterior and interior. The company also added some safety features that would be a great help to the future owners.

The new form of the vehicle will be available with a large group of new components, including another LED bundle, new bumper with more unmistakable air dam and mist light, upgraded security package and an AVN infotainment framework, new headlamps with LED DRLs.

According to the President and CEO of the Honda Cars India, Yoichiro Ueno, "The Honda City has been our most successful model ever since the start of operations in the country." He also added that they have gained the trust and loyalty of their customers and because of that, they are excited to open another chapter to the success of their 2017 Honda City.

First presented in India in January 1998, the Honda City is among the most popular vehicles in the nation and has a combined client base of more than 650,000 proprietors. Because of the pressure on costs and fluctuating trade rates, the company is compelled to consider increasing the price of the vehicles over their line-up according to Ueno. Honda Cars India Ltd increased the costs of its vehicle models by up to 3 percent this year.

Honda's vehicle models include Honda Brio, Honda Amaze, Honda Jazz, Honda City, Honda Mobilio, Honda BR-V, Honda CR-V and the all-new Honda Accord Hybrid. Despite the fact that the cost is not yet known, reserving for the facelift of the known model has begun at all approved Honda dealerships with a booking fee.

 

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