2020 Honda City’s new TVC: Check it out

Honda cars India ltd recently launched the fifth generation City sedan in the Indian market. The Honda City has been present in the market for over two decades and it now competes with other sedans like Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid in the segment. Prices for the fifth generation City has now been announced and the price starts at Rs 10.89 lakh and goes up to Rs 14.64 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi. It is more expensive than the competition and is sold alongside the fourth generation City. Honda has now released a new TVC for the all-new Honda City.

The video has been uploaded by Honda Cars India on their official youtube channel. The TVC basically starts by showing one of the segment first feature that City offers. The fifith generation Honda City is the first car in the segment to support Amazon Alexa using which the user can control various functions in the car. For example in the video the actor can be seen giving a voice command to his home Alexa device to turn on the AC inside the car. User can control many other functions using voice commands in this feature.

Apart from that it shows the interiors and exterior of the car trying to explain why is it above all the other cars in the segment. Honda City fifth generation is completely different form the older generation. With this new design language it resembles a lot with Honda Civic and Accord. The all LED headlamps, dual function LED DRLs, wide chrome grille on the front and sharper bumper give it a different look.

Coming to the side profile, overall length of the car has gone up and is also wider than before. This means that it offers a lot more space on the inside. The rear section gets an all-LED split tail lamp with a redesigned bumper. On the inside, it gets an updated infotainment screen, proper AC knobs instead of touch buttons, semi-digital instrument cluster, premium looking interiors, sunroof and so on.

Honda City is available with both petrol and diesel engine options. The 1.5 litre DOHC petrol engine generates 121 Ps and 145 Nm of torque and is available with manual and CVT gerabox option( with paddle shifters). The 1.5 litre diesel engine is available with a manual gearbox only and generates 100 Ps and 200 Nm of peak torque. To check out our take on the all-new Honda City, click here.