Honda Global has unveiled the updated Honda City 2023 after a protracted wait and period of anticipation. The company has released a facelift for this subcompact sedan as part of its product cycle. Although the exterior and interior of the car have not undergone significant changes, the Japanese automaker is now providing a number of new safety features.
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As was already mentioned, the exterior has not undergone significant changes due to the minor model change. The only things the company has changed are the front grille, bumpers, wheel design, and the available colors. The bumper now has a carbon-wrapped splitter and sporty fog lamp garnishes, and the grille is an air inlet with a mesh pattern.
A carbon-wrapped diffuser and body-colored trunk lip spoiler have been added to the facelift’s rear bumper. The dual-tone diamond cut multi-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels improved the overall appearance of the vehicle. Last but not least, the new color added for the facelift is Obsidian Blue Pearl.
Interior of Honda City 2023
The interior bears a striking resemblance to the prior update, much like the exterior. A new instrument cluster that adapts the partially digital display from the Honda Civic V, which provides the driver with more information, is included in the higher-spec version. The older cluster will still be included with the lower-spec versions, as it has been in the past. Last but not least, a tan interior is anticipated for the Indian and South African markets in the updated design.
The Major Changes
There are several new safety and convenience features in the Honda City 2023 facelift, including:
- Wireless charging
- LaneWatch System
- Apple CarPlay
- Android Auto
- 7-inch digital TFT display
- One-touch electric sunroof
- Ambient lighting
- New Reverse Camera
- Rain Sensing Wipers
Honda Sensing, which includes the company’s active safety package as standard in the City, is the most significant improvement in the new City, at least for the top variants. Accordingly, the following will be present in the new City:
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Collision Mitigation Warning
- Lane Keeping Assist
- Lead Car Departure Warning
- Auto High Beam
Any Changes in the Engine?
Nope, none exist. The car’s well-known 1.5L I-VTEC engine, which generates 119 horsepower and 145 Nm of torque, will remain standard equipment. The hybrid model, on the other hand, has a total system output of 253Nm of torque and 124 horsepower. A 6-speed manual or CVT is the only available transmission for non-hybrid vehicles.
Price of Honda City 2023
The cost of the updated Honda City 2023 in India is as follows: