Honda Cars India introduces the BS6 compliant City
Honda and the City sedan is one long fairytale, the car is as much an important model in the Indian market, as it is with the automaker and as such it definitely becomes ideal that the car needs to be updated from time to time to meet latest regulations and standards set by the auto industry.
Hence when Honda announced the arrival of the BS6 spec Honda City, it became immediately apparent that it would create quite a stir in the market. The 2020 Honda City BS6 comes in 7 variants – SV, V, V CVT, VX, VX CVT, ZX and ZX CVT. Also new on the BS6 Honda City is a 2.0 Digipad touchscreen infortainment system, it comes with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and an in-built satellite linked to turn by turn navigation. The system also allows the users to access live traffic support, messages, voice command, bluetooth handsfree telephony and audio.
A point to note here is that the City has gone BS6 only with the i-vtec petrol engine, while the i-dtec diesel will arrive sometime later. Nevertheless powering the car is a BS6 spec 1.5 litre i-vtec petrol motor that produces 119 ps and 174 Nm of torque and comes mated to a 5-speed manual and CVT automatic transmission.
The arrival of the BS6 spec Honda City takes the total count of BS6 spec cars in Honda’s model line-up to 3. The automaker earlier began selling the Civic and CR-V in BS6 since first day of launch.VariantEx showroomOn Road GoaS MTRs 10,11,000Rs 11,30, 993V MTRs 10,65,900Rs 11,90,515V CVTRs 12,26,000Rs 13,64,104VX MTRs 12,05,500Rs 13,41,870VX CVTRs 13,39,000Rs 14,86,673ZX MTRs 13,24,500Rs 14,70,945ZX CVTRs 14,59,500Rs 16,17,366