Honda launched the all-new fifth generation City sedan in the Indian market a few months ago. Honda City is a popular choice among customers in the mid-size sedan segment and competes with cars like Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid in the segment. Honda launched the fifth generation initially in Thailand and by the time we got our hands on the City here in India, a number of aftermarket kits were available. We have seen several modified examples of all-new Honda City and here we have one such car from Malaysia.
The pictures have been uploaded by Malaysia based Nous Garage on their Facebook page and the kit definitely looks very sporty. The Honda City gets seen in the images gets a Type R kit which gives the whole car an aggressive look. Starting from the front, the whole front bumper has been completely removed and replace with a new unit that comes with air vents, black mesh garnish around fog lamps and a gloss black lip spoiler with red highlights.
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This is a regular Honda City and the front grille has been replaced with a unit from the RS variant. The headlamps and other elements remain the same as before. The side profile of the car shows an aftermarket 8 spoke alloy wheels. It also receives a gloss black skirting with red accents. The windows are all tinted black and the goes well with the white paint job on the car. The rear of the car reveals, the smoked tail lamps. Type R bumper with a huge air vent on either ends.
The rear diffuser gets a gloss black finish and a chrome finished triple exhaust tip is also seen. Apart from all these modifications, this Honda City also gets decent sized spoiler on the boot which gives it a sporty look. It is not known whether any changes are made on the inside or not. The Honda City sold outside India gets an RS version which is powered by a 1.0 litre, three cylinder turbocharged petrol engine. The City sold in India comes with a new DOHC 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.5 litre diesel engine. The petrol version gets CVT gearbox option. We will soon get to see such wildly modified Honda City on our streets too. Next year, Honda will launch the City Hybrid in India.
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