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New Honda City Becomes India’s Fastest Selling Mid-Size Sedan!

The vehicle’s first generation model was rolled out in January 1998, and since then the company has sold over 6.3 lakh units of it.

  • Vikas Yogi
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Honda City 2 lakh sales units

Since its launch in January 2014, the fourth generation Honda City has crossed 2 lakh sales mark in India. Achieving this feat in 32 months, the Honda City has become the fastest selling mid-size sedan in the country.

The City is also the most successful vehicle from Honda in India. The vehicle’s first generation model was rolled out in January 1998, and since then the company has sold over 6.3 lakh units of it. Though all the generations of Honda City received great response, the introduction of the 4th generation model took its popularity to an all new level – all thanks to the diesel model. The City was the company’s second model, after the Amaze, to get a diesel heart. Powering the diesel model is a 1.5-litre, i-DTEC unit that’s good for 98.6bhp and 200Nm.

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Yoichiro Ueno, President & CEO, Honda Cars India Ltd said, “The Honda City is a much loved brand in India and has been the most crucial part of Honda’s success in the country by cumulatively bringing in more than 6.3 lakh customers to the Honda family. Continuously re-inventing itself, each generation of the Honda City has brought in new technologies and offered new value to enthrall the customers, becoming benchmark for quality and trust. We are extremely proud of reaching the new milestone of 2 lakh sales of the current generation of City and are confident that it will continue to put up a strong performance in future too. We would like to thank our customers for their love and faith in the Honda City as we celebrate this success.”

Available in 5 trim levels, the Honda City is priced between Rs 8.3 lakh – Rs 12.7 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

 

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