Honda Thailand has unveiled the new Honda City for its domestic market. The 2017 Honda City, a subcompact car that is the best in all dimensions, now gets a sportier and more subtle premium touch.
The 2017 Honda City’s rejuvenated design includes LED front lights, newly-designed front and rear bumpers, a newly-designed interior with a gun metallic-color accented console, and full comfort and safety features.
The new Honda City features a sleeker and more stylish exterior. This is the first time for a subcompact car to have LED Daytime Running Lights standard in all variants. The new Honda City also features LED headlights and fog lights, a newly-designed chrome grille, new front and rear bumpers, and advanced sporty-design alloy wheels.
Interior-wise, the new Honda City’s interior delivers a more luxurious yet sportier look and a spacious cabin with a gun metallic-color accented dashboard and new sporty-looking seats. It offers a full range of amenities and features for greater comfort, such as a LED Interior Map Lights and LED Interior Lamp.
In addition, the new Honda City is fully equipped with advanced control systems, such as a Touchscreen Display Audio system with a Wireless Phone Connection via Bluetooth (for both Android and iOS; 7-speed Paddle Shift; Audio Control Switch and handsfree receiver and end-call switch; Eco Coaching; One-Push Ignition System; Honda Smart Key System; and many more.
To ensure optimum performance and fuel efficiency, the 2017 Honda City comes equipped with a 1.5 liter SOHC i-VTEC engine that generates maximum output of 117 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and torque of about 146 Newton-meters at 4,700 rpm. This revamped subcompact car also features a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The fuel efficiency for the 2017 City is rated 17.9 km/L, and 18.2 km/L with the manual transmission.
The new Honda City is fully equipped with features that provide safety, such as Six Airbags including Dual SRS, i-Side Airbags, and Side Curtain Airbags; Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA); Hill Start Assist (HSA); Emergency Stop Signal (ESS); and a Multi-angle Rearview Camera.
The new Honda City comes in six variants, with price range starting from 550,000 baht for the Honda City S MT base version up to 751,000 baht for the SV+ CVT version. It is offered in six colors: Modern Steel Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Taffeta White, White Orchid Pearl, and new Cosmic Blue Metallic with an all-black passenger cabin.
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