The car currently comes with a waiting period of over 3 months.

After observing reports, it is obvious that the City’s wide range of features, dependable power and comfortable design is a hit in the market.

The top-spec City ZX is priced at ₹13.57 lakh and, despite the slightly high price, the car demands a long waiting period of three months. The car has received the full LED treatment - automatic LED headlamps, fog lamps, daytime running lamps and LED inserts for the tail-lamps. Other features of the car include rain-sensing wipers, a boot lid spoiler and larger wheels. This variant has also been stocked with the highest number of airbags - unlike any other variant.

The City VX has some very interesting features and there is no waiting period to purchase this model. The City VX comes with features such as LED headlamps, electric sunroof and 16-inch alloy wheels. Lower variants of the car have a waiting period of around three weeks or less depending on dealer inventory.

Coming to the power, the City will be powered by either 1.5-litre petrol or a 1.5-litre diesel engine paired with a five-speed manual or CVT for the petrol and only a manual for the City diesel. Honda claims that the petrol engine delivers 17.4kpl when paired with the manual gearbox and 18kpl with the CVT gearbox. The diesel City, on the other hand, is said to return 25.6kpl.

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