The light-weight 2018 Honda City sedan was unveiled and detailed before it arrived in April, starting at $ 15,990 plus road costs.
For the 2018 model year, the city receives a slight refresh that gives it a new look front and back, while marking an improved infotainment system and the availability of satellite navigation for the first time. In terms of standard equipment, all City models feature LED daytime running lights, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, air conditioning, power windows, Bluetooth, AUX and USB inputs, a rear camera and rear parking sensors.
The transition to the VTi-L adds 16-inch alloy wheels (on the 15-inch steelies of the VTi), fold-down electric mirrors, fog lights, air-conditioner, push-button keyless entry, leather seats, a sheathed leather steering wheel and shift knob, and native satellite navigation. All models are equipped with standard safety features such as ABS, Brake Assist, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Start Assist and Traction Control, but no active safety features such as monitoring. blind spots and autonomous emergency braking. The city, however, has a five-star ANCAP security rating, although the stamp dates from 2014.
The 2018 Honda City is likely to get the same engine specifications of the current model. There are 2 engines including a 1.5 liter 4 cylinder. The i-VTEC SOH engine produces 119 horsepower with 145 Nm of torque and the other 1.5 liter. The 4-chamber i-DTEC diesel engine can produce 99 hp of power with a maximum torque of 200 nm. The gasoline engine will be delivered with 5 speeds and gives an average of 18Km / l. on other hands the diesel engine will get 6-speed speeds with a mileage of 25Km / l.