Japanese car manufacturer Honda, recently launched BS6 version of their popular C-segment sedan Honda City in the country. Honda City competes with cars like Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna in the segment. The BS6 engine is currently available with the Petrol variant of the Honda City. Here we have a quick walkaround video of the all Honda City BS6 variant.
The video has been uploaded by Power Racer on his youtube channel. The video starts by talking about how popular Honda City sedan is in its segment and the design of the Honda City. Design-wise nothing has been changed on the outside. It still retains the aerodynamic design on the outside with LED headlamps for top-end variant and normal headlamp for the lower versions. The rear and the profile also remain the same with no changes at all.
Coming to the interiors, same story continues. The basic layout of the cabin is the same. The only change made to the BS6 variant of the City is that even V, VX, ZX variants now get Honda’s Digipad infotainment system which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Apart from this, cabin of the City remains a spacious place as usual.
What has changed this time in Honda City is the engine. The BS6 compliant Honda City Petrol is powered by the 1.5 liter-4 cylinder naturally aspirated i-VTEC engine that makes 117 Bhp of peak power and 145 Nm of peak torque. It comes with a -speed manual and CVT gearbox as an option.
Honda did not launch The BS6 compliant Honda City Petrol is powered by the 1.5 liter-4 cylinder naturally aspirated i-VTEC engine that makes 117 Bhp of peak power and 145 Nm of peak torque. Honda did not launch the Diesel variant with a BS6 engine. We can expect that around April next year when the BS6 emission norms come into effect. The Honda City is BS6 variant is only marginally expensive than the BS4 variant. There is a price hike of Rs 9,000 and 15,000 on the BS6 variant. Price for the BS6 petrol Honda City start at Rs 9.91 lakh and go up till Rs 14.31 lakh (ex-showroom).
Honda has also unveiled the fifth-generation Honda in Thailand recently and will make its way to the Indian market later next year. It continues to get the 1.5L petrol and diesel engine but, this time it is also offered with a 1.0L turbocharged petrol engine. It is not known if we will get the 1.0L variant in India.