Here’re five interesting facts we know about the new Honda City 2020.
Honda Cars India has announced that it will launch six new cars in the next three years (i.e. by 2020). While the automaker kick started with the new-generation Amaze compact sedan in May, the new CR-V SUV is scheduled to go on sale on 9th October, 2018. The new-generation Honda Civic sedan and HR-V premium SUV are reported to hit Indian roads sometime next year. The Japanese carmaker will also give a generation change to its popular City sedan in 2020. Here’re five interesting facts we know about the new Honda City 2020.
1. Get Hybrid Technology
Reports in media suggest that the company will introduce the petrol-hybrid version of the City sedan. It is likely to get Honda’s new hybrid i-MMD technology that will be more efficient than the i-DCD system of the Honda Accord Hybrid. With petrol-hybrid powertrain, the new Honda City 2020 will deliver a mileage around 25kmpl. Read – Upcoming Honda Cars In India
2. Diesel-CVT Configuration
Similar to the new Amaze, Honda will introduce the diesel-CVT configuration on the new Honda City 2020 sedan. The carmaker might use BSVI compliant 1.5L diesel engine that’s good for 99bhp and 200Nm of torque. For transmission duties, the sedan might get a CVT gearbox with paddle shifter. Read – Honda HR-V SUV – 5 Interesting Facts
3. Comprehensive Changes
Besides the powertrain upgrades, the new Honda City 2020 will witness significant design and feature changes. Honda might also upgrade the existing platform of the sedan. It might also see improvement in the NVHS levels. The reports suggest that the new City could get a new touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Check Out – New Honda Civic Launch & Other Details
4. Debut in 2020
Honda might showcase the next-generation City at the 2020 Delhi Auto Expo, followed by its launch. However, there is no official confirmation on the same. Read – Honda Amaze Based Compact SUV Under Development
As mentioned above, the new Honda City 2020 will receive copious changes inside and out. The sedan will also get a new petrol-hybrid engine setup and diesel-CVT combination that will meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. All these upgrades will surely make the new City more expensive than the current one.
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