The Honda City is among the oldest and the best-selling C-segment sedans in India. It is known for its stylish exteriors, refined engine, comfortable and spacious interiors along with a feature-rich cabin. In the modification circuits too, the Honda City is quite popular due to its aesthetic appeal. Compared to its rivals like the Hyundai Verna and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, the Honda City has more aftermarket mod kits and accessories available for it. Joining the list is this new front body kit by Modsters Automotive, which is a Chennai based mod house specialising in body kits and other types of modification works.
This time around, they have created a Bumblebee inspired front bumper for the all-new Honda City. For the uninitiated, Bumblebee is a popular character form the Transformers franchise. Why they have chosen him as an inspiration for this kit is because of the fact that Bumblebee has an intimidating form factor and impressive, muscular looks. Take a look at the Honda City below which gets the Bumblee front body bumper.
The body kit makes the Honda City look quite radical. The muscular and flared front bumper gives an imposing stance to the vehicle. The front grille has been removed in favour of a blacked out honeycomb mesh. The chrome strip at the front has also been blacked out. The heavily flared bumper sides remind one of fangs. The rear has been fitted with a large wing which further enhances the look of the car. The whole car has been draped in a shiny black coat which further improves its sharp aesthetics.
Apart from this, Modsters Automotive have several other body kits and panels for the Honda City available. You can get in touch with the tuner house by clicking on the links given below. The price and other specifications about the body kits can be known by reaching out to them.
Talking about the Honda City, it comes powered by both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol engine is a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder unit that churns out 117 Bhp of power along with 145 Nm of torque. The diesel unit, on the other hand, is a 1.5 litre unit that churns out 99 Bhp of power along with 200 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are done by a 5-speed manual and a CVT option for the petrol engine. The diesel engine, however, gets only the 5-speed manual gearbox and misses out on automatic options. The diesel engine offers an impressive ARAI certified fuel efficiency score of 25.6 km/l while the petrol engine has a score of 16 km/l. Prices for the sedan start from Rs. 9.70 lakh for the base SV Petrol model and go all the way up to Rs. 14.05 lakhs for the top end ZX Diesel variant.
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