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Launch Alert: Honda City facelift on 14th February 2017

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Honda is all set to bring the facelift Honda City 2017 on 14th February 2017 in India. The car was earlier launched on 12th January 2017 in Thailand, where it’s a very popular car. Once a segment leader, Maruti Ciaz has overtaken the City in the recent past to become the largest selling executive sedan in the country. Also, Honda is bringing the facelift well in advance of the new Verna launch.

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Honda City Facelift Black

The car gets some cosmetic tweaks and more kit compared to the existing City and this facelift is an effort to integrate the recently acquired family face to the City as well. The major changes are at the front - the large and pronounced chrome grille dominates the face; the car gets a new pair of headlamps with integrated DRLs. The car also gets a restyled bumper which is edgy and has a prominent air dam and circular fog lamp housing.

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The 15-inch wheels give away to much larger 16-inch wheels and lift up the appearance of the side profile. The side panels remain the same and do not have many changes; Honda has restyled the alloy wheel design. At the rear, you get a new set of rear lamps with LED inserts and the bumper design is also slightly tweaked to impart a fresh look. Honda has also integrated a spoiler on the boot lid and with the new design, the new City looks

Honda City Facelift Black Interior

The 15-inch wheels give away to much larger 16-inch wheels and lift up the appearance of the side profile. The side panels remain the same and do not have many changes; Honda has restyled the alloy wheel design. At the rear, you get a new set of rear lamps with LED inserts and the bumper design is also slightly tweaked to impart a fresh look. Honda has also integrated a spoiler on the boot lid and with the new design, the new City looks lot more bigger than the sleeker present model.

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Inside, the City gets a dashboard finished in gun-metallic trim and the front seats get newly designed leather upholstery; the infotainment system will get Android Auto and Apple carplay smartphone connectivity.  The mechanicals remains the same and the 1.5-Litre iVTEC petrol and the 1.5-Litre iDTEC diesel engine will continue to power the City.

Considering the stiff competition, we expect Honda to launch the new City in the similar price bracket of the outgoing model. This mid-life update will definitely give a major boost to the City’s sales in India.

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