Ahead of the BS6 update (1st April, 2020), Honda Cars India has rolled out the BS6-compliant version of its highest selling mid-size sedan – the City. With the update, the BS6 Honda City petrol gets expensive by up to Rs 16,000 depending on the trim level. Read – Top 5 Changes In New-Gen Honda City
Now, the entry-level SV manual petrol variant costs Rs 9.91 lakh and the top-end ZX CVT trim is priced at Rs 14.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The VX and ZX manual petrol trims are available at Rs 11.82 lakh and Rs 13.01 lakh respectively.
While the BS6 Honda City petrol V automatic model is priced at Rs 12.01 lakh, the VX CVT automatic costs Rs 13.12 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. Powering the vehicle is the BS6-compliant version of the 1.5L i-VTEC petrol motor that’s good enough for 119bhp and 145Nm. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual and an optional CVT automatic unit. Read – Honda Insight Sedan In India For The First Time
The company will also upgrade the Honda City diesel to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. The diesel version of the sedan uses a 1.5L iVTEC engine pushing out a maximum power of 117.6bhp with 145Nm of torque. Prices of the BS4 City diesel start from Rs 11.11 lakh and go up to Rs 14.21 lakh.