2020 Honda City VX ‘Mid’ variant: Check it out on video

Honda launched the fifth generation City sedan in the market very recently. It competes with Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento in the segment. Price for the all-new fifth generation City starts at Rs 10.89 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 14.64 lakh, ex-showroom. It is available in three trims and two engine options. Here we have a video of the VX CVT trims of Honda City that shows everything offered by the all-new C-Segment sedan.

The video has been uploaded by Team Car Delight English on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the exterior design. Just like the base V trim, VX also gets projector type headlamps with LED DRL and turn indicators inside the headlamp cluster. The chrome strip on the front is retained and the bumper gets fog lamps and black garnish around it.

The VX trim however gets 16 inch dual tone diamond cut alloy wheels and the door handles are body coloured and ORVMs get turn indicators integrated in them. Coming to the rear, the car gets split LED tail lamps, parking sensors and reverse parking camera with two reflectors on the bumper.

2020 Honda City VX ‘Mid’ variant: Check it out on video

On the inside, the cabin gets a dual tone finish. It has touchscreen infotainment screen, semi digital instrument cluster, electric sunroof, manually height adjustable driver seat, multi function steering wheel with cruise control, Auto-AC, Alexa connected car feature for CVT version, fabric upholstery and so on.

The ex-showroom price for City VX CVT trim is Rs 13,55,900 and for that price, Honda is offering almost all the features that are available in the top-end ZX trim. Honda City is available with both petrol and diesel engine options and the petrol engine is available with a CVT gearbox option with paddle shifters.

The petrol version of City is powered by a 1.5 litre, naturally aspirated petrol engine that generates 121 PS of peak power and 145 Nm of peak torque. The CVT version of petrol City is more fuel efficient than the 6-speed manual version. The diesel City is powered by 1.5 litre i-DTEC egine that churns out 100 PS of peak power and 200 Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 6-speed manual gearbox only. Honda has announced that it’s considering the 1 liter-3 cylinder turbocharged petrol engine for the City sedan. The more powerful engine is likely to be launched in a sportier version of the car sometime in future. In Thailand, the Honda City gets a sporty RS variant that is powered by the turbo petrol engine.