The next-generation Honda City is 4549mm long, 1748mm wide and 1489mm high. It has a wheelbase of 2600mm
What Are The Engine Specs of Honda City 2020?
The 2020 Honda City will come with 1.5-litre normal petrol and a 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine. The petrol engine will get a 6-speed manual and a CVT-type automatic transmission with 7 virtual shift points. The current City has a 5-speed manual transmission with the petrol engine. The diesel engine will only get a 6-speed manual transmission.
The petrol engine of the new City will make 121PS of power - 2PS more than before. The torque output is the same at 145Nm but it’s now available 300rpm lower in the rev range. This should help improve the drivability. The petrol engine retains its high-revving nature as it still makes its peak power at a very high 6600rpm.
The diesel engine was rumoured to get the CVT automatic transmission, which is available in the Amaze. However, it’s not available in next-gen City. The diesel engine of the City will make the same 100PS of power and 200Nm of torque at the same RPMs.
What Is The Fuel Efficiency / Mileage Of 2020 Next-Gen Honda City?
The new Honda City has a claimed fuel efficiency figure of 17.8kmpl with the petrol engine and the manual transmission. With the automatic transmission, the fuel efficiency is rated at 18.4kmpl. This is an improvement of 0.4kmpl for both transmission options. The diesel engine o the Honda City 2020 has a fuel efficiency rating of 24.1kmpl. This figure is lower than the BS4 City which had a mileage of 25.6kmpl.
Honda City 2020 Mileage (Fuel Efficiency)
What Are The Features of the 2020 Honda City?
Here are the notable features of the 2020 Honda City:
Improved NVH for a quieter cabin
16-inch machined alloy wheels
LED DRLs, indicators headlamps and tail lamps
8-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple Carplay
7-inch full-colour MID in the instrument console
Steering-mounted paddle shifters
Keyless entry with push-button start/stop
Rear AC vents
Tilt and telescopic steering
Auto-dimming inside mirror
Rear windshield sunshade
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Side Cameras for maintaining lane
Internet-connected telematics for remotely controlling the car functions
Alexa enabled voice commands for remotely controlling the car functions
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