Honda City 2012 – Advance Information
Honda City is an unknown name in US but it pretty familiar in the Eastern Countries including India. Its is revered for its quality in the upper middle class and is the one of the first choice of the Non Resident Indians who return back to their home country with savings that they can use to buy the car.
The Honda City first came on the market in 1981 and since that time, the Honda City has undergone a lot of changes. The latest change has transformed the Honda City into an exclusive car that will be powered by a 1.5 liter i-VTEC engine4 cylinder This car will have a five speed automatic transmission with a “paddle shift.” The paddle shift will give the driver the feel of a manual transmission. It will have a leather wrapped steering wheel, leather interior, and leather wrapped gear shift knob. The manufacturer has enhanced the car’s refined styling with the chrome trunk garnish, and “exclusive” rear badge, and the chrome door sash molding.
The Honda City will have a fresh aerodynamic look complete with sharp headlights and beautifully designed grille on the front, which will ensure pedestrian safety. Inside the car the passengers and driver will find generous spacing along with multi-purpose storage areas. The air conditioning system will give a total comfort experience to the inhabitants and is one of the strongest comfort points for this car.
Some of the safety features of the Honda City 2012 are:
o Dual SRS Airbags
o 3-Point ELR front seatbelts with a load limiting pretension
o ABS + brake assistance
o G-Force Control Technology
o Advance security system that will effectively prohibit theft without the key specific to the vehicle.
o Crush proof survival zone.
The new Honda City 2012 is just one car in a continuous process of improving and redesigning. The process also includes other Honda models such as the Honda Accord, Honda Civic, and Honda CR-V.
In the Indian market, this is a highly successful sedan. The height of the new Honda City is 1480mm, which is 15mm lower in order to make the car look better.