Honda Global has launched the much-awaited Honda City 2023 Facelift version and added several safety features to one of its most popular subcompact sedan in the global market, which is unlikely for a facelift model.
Engine and Transmission
The Honda City 2023 Facelift continues to boasts the same 1.5L i-VTEC engine that is capable of producing 119 horsepower (hp) and 145 Newton-meters (Nm) of torque, while mated with a 6-speed manual or a Constant Variable Transmission (CVT) system.
Meanwhile, there’s also a hybrid model that gives a power output of 124 horsepower (hp) and 253 Newton-meters Nm of torque. However, it must be noted that Honda has kept the engine options the same for a long time.
As mentioned earlier, the exterior of the Honda City 2023 Facelift mostly remains unchanged except a few minor upgrades, including the front grille, bumpers, wheel design, and additional color options.
The rear bumper comes with a car-wrapped diffuser and joint with a body colored trunk lip spoiler. Meanwhile, the wheels have been upgraded to a 16-inch alloys with a dual-tone diamond cut multi-spoke design.
The vehicle’s interior did not see any major changes, which is always the case with a Facelift model. However, the top-of-the-line variant includes minor upgrades like a new instrument cluster, which adapts to Honda Civic V’s partially digital display and shows more information to the driver.
However, the lower-spec versions of the Honda City 2023 Facelift will continue to come with the old instrument cluster.
Upgrades in Honda City 2023 Facelift
Honda has introduced the following upgrades in the Honda City 2023 Facelift:
- 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
New Safety Features
Furthermore, Honda has introduced the Honda Sensing Standard for the new Honda City 2023 Facelift, especially for the top-of-the-line variant, which provides convenience and enhanced driver safety.
These features include:
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Collision Mitigation Warning
- Lane Keep Assisting
- Lead Car Departure Warning
- Auto High Beam
Honda City 2023 Facelift
The price of the Honda City 2023 Facelift in India starts from INR 1,149,000 for the petrol variant, while the HEV (aka Hybrid) variant starts from INR 1,889,000.
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