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2020 New-Gen Honda City is offered in three trim levels: V, VX and ZX.

Honda Cars India has finally launched the new-gen 2020 City sedan at a starting price of Rs 10.89 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, India) in the country. Being available in both petrol and diesel fuel trims with BS6 compliant engines, it is offered in three trim levels: V, VX and ZX. The petrol trim has a total of six variants: three manual and three automatic, while the diesel has only three manual variants. The 2020 new-gen Honda City comes with fresh styling and a myriad of first-in-segment features along with a 3 years/unlimited kilometers warranty as standard.

The 2020 new-gen Honda City measures 4549mm in length, 1748mm in width and 1489mm in height while having a wheelbase and boot capacity of 2600mm and 506 litres, respectively. The wheelbase remains identical to the preceding model but it has grown up in size. The front fascia flaunts all-LED headlamps with LED DRLs with signature chrome grille. Riding on 16-inch alloy wheels, the sedan comes with several premium bells and whistles in the form of 7-inch coloured TFT, dual-zone automatic climate control, electric sunroof, keyless entry with push button start/stop and 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto

As far as safety features are concerned, the 2020 new-gen Honda City comes with six airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, vehicle stability assist, agile handling assist, hill-start assist, tyre pressure monitoring system, ISOFIX child-seat mounts, rear parking camera, and auto headlamps and wipers. Honda has equipped it with a first-in-segment Lane-watch Camera too. Mechanically, it gets a new BS6 compliant petrol engine which is more powerful and refined than before. The naturally aspirated 1.5L 4-cylinder motor makes 121bhp and 145Nm while linked to a 6-speed manual and CVT gearbox. The existing 1.5L diesel engine which delivers 100bhp has been updated to BS6 emission norms and it is offered only with a 6-speed manual transmission. The 2020 City sedan is nearly Rs 1 Lakh more expensive than the previous-gen model.

Read Also: 2020 New-Gen Honda City Features Detailed

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