Honda City Getting More Expensive – Full Info


Honda was among several other automakers who announced a price hike that will take effect across their portfolio from April 2021. The automaker has now announced the extent of the price increase for the Honda City. Prices for the petrol and diesel versions of the Honda City increased by INR 10,000. Only the price of the basic petrol variant has remained unchanged. The Honda City range now starts at INR 10.99 and ends at INR 14.94 (ex showroom). Here you can see how each variant in the list was affected by the price increase.

2020 Honda City Front 3 quartersThe prices for gasoline and diesel versions of the Honda City have been increased by INR 10,000.

Variants (petrol) old price New price difference
V MT Rs 10.99 lakh Rs 10.99 lakh INR 10,000
V CVT Rs 12.29 lakh Rs 12.39 lakh INR 10,000
VX MT Rs 12.35 lakh Rs 12.45 lakh INR 10,000
VX CVT Rs 13.65 lakh Rs 13.75 lakh INR 10,000
ZX MT Rs 13.34 lakh Rs 13.44 lakh INR 10,000
ZX CVT Rs 14.64 lakh Rs 14.74 lakh INR 10,000
Variants (diesel)
variant old price New price difference
V MT Rs 12.49 lakh Rs 12.59 lakh INR 10,000
VX MT Rs 13.85 lakh Rs 13.95 lakh INR 10,000
ZX MT Rs 14.84 lakh Rs 14.94 lakh INR 10,000

The Honda City isn’t the only model affected by the price hike. In fact, Honda’s entire lineup has seen prices soar. The Honda Amaze has seen a price increase in the range of INR 7,000 – 12,000. Meanwhile the prices for the Honda Jazz hiked for INR 9,000. The prices for most variants of the WR-V remain unchanged, the base price has increased by INR 7,000. Only the fourth generation Honda City prices have remained unchanged.

Also read: More than 77,000 Honda City, Amaze, WR-V and others get new fuel pumps

The fifth generation Honda City continues its popularity in the Indian market. Although sales in the C-segment sedan segment have been poor lately, the Honda City has consistently been one of the best-selling sedans in the segment. The city was that best-selling C-segment sedan Both January and February 2021. However, Honda City sales on March 21 fell 68% month-on-month to 815 units, compared to 2,524 units in February 2021. The reason for such a sharp decline is still unknown.

2020 Honda City Front promotionThe new generation Honda City has always been one of the best-selling sedans in its segment.

The fifth generation Honda City has two engine options under the hood – a 1.5-liter DOHC four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine with 121 hp and 145 Nm of torque and a 1.5-liter Dour-cylinder diesel engine with 100 hp and 200 Nm torque. Both engines are equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard, while the petrol engine is also offered with a CVT gearbox. One of the reasons the new city has become so popular is because it is packed very well.

2020 Honda City DashboardOne of the reasons the new city has become so popular is because it is packed very well.

It feels really high quality inside and is very well equipped with features like an 8 inch touchscreen system, Alexa remote compatibility, a G-Force gauge, Honda’s Lane Watch camera, a Honda Connect telematics system with 32 connected Vehicle functions and a 7.0 inch MID, cruise control, paddle shifters (CVT only), an electric sunroof, ambient lighting and much more. The Honda City competes with the likes of that Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rid, Volkswagen Vento and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.

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