Honda has introduced the seventh generation “Honda City” in Pakistan. Honda has introduced the City in India with two different four-cylinder engines, while the City has been launched in Thailand with a three-cylinder turbocharged engine, one of which is a 1500cc “Devil and Headcam Ivytech” petrol engine. Which produces 121 horsepower at 6600 rpm.
The company has increased the price of City 1.5 LCVT by Rs 77,000, after which the price of this vehicle has gone up to Rs 31.46 lakh. The price of 1.5L Aspires MT has gone up by Rs 80,000 to Rs 32.79 million and the price of 1.5L Aspire CVT has gone up by Rs 85,000 to Rs 34.54 million. Similarly, the price of Civic 1.8 IVTEC has been increased by Rs. 51 lakh 75 thousand and BR. The price of V1.5 IVTECS has increased by Rs. 90,000 to Rs. 36.89 million.
The reason for not increasing the price of Honda City 1.2 is that the government has not increased the federal excise duty and sales tax on vehicles with 1001 to 1300 cc engines in the mini budget. The Honda City 1.2 has a 1250 cc engine, so the company has maintained the price of this car.
The second is a 1500cc i-DTEC turbocharged diesel engine with a power of 100 horsepower at 3600 rpm. Both the engines have 6-speed manual transmission while only the petrol engine has the option of automatic transmission exclusively. The 7th Generation City introduced in India has a total of 9 variants and the price of each variant is different. According to a conservative estimate, it is between Rs 26 lakh and Rs 31 lakh.
Price of BRVCVTS reduced by Rs 360 thousand to Rs 49 lakh 39 thousand, Civic 1.5L, MCVT price reduced by Rs 4.5 lakh to Rs 63 lakh 49 thousand, Civic 1.5L, Oreal MCVT price Rs 5 lakh 65 lakh 99 thousand rupees and the price of Civic RS 1.5L, LLC CVT has been reduced by 5.5 lakh rupees to 80 lakh 99 thousand rupees.
Honda also announced a reduction in the prices of their vehicles by Rs 5.5 lakh. The price of City Aspire MT 1.5L has been reduced by Rs 3 lakh 10 thousand, the price of City Aspire CVT 1.5 L has been reduced by Rs 3 lakh 20 thousand, bringing the prices of these vehicles to Rs 42 lakh 99 thousand and Rs 44 lakh 79 thousand respectively.
Honda City Car Features
The front lights of the seventh generation Honda City are equipped with “halogen projectors headlamps” and LED daytime running lights, front fog lamps, and LED taillights. Which makes the front more beautiful. The Honda City has the option of 15 and 16-inch alloy rims, depending on the model, while the side mirrors have LED indicators. The car has an 8-inch large touch screen and Four stereo speakers have been installed to listen to the melodies during the journey, while the music system is compatible with both Android and Apple.
The New Model Honda City Car will no longer need a key to sit in and start, and the 7th Generation City, introduced in India, also has the option of remote engine start. Four airbags have been installed for safety. The performance of the vehicle has been improved with ABS brakes and a monitoring system has also been installed to check the tire pressure.