Road Rules

Honda has out­done it­self in re­vamp­ing the City to make it truly big­ger and bet­ter.

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Paint the city red with Honda.

De­sign

Hello, good-look­ing! The Honda City gets a sporty makeover thanks to its prom­i­nent grille and aero­dy­namic form, while smooth, clean lines give it an el­e­gant look – this is one car that both guys and girls will love at first sight. It gets plenty of per­son­al­ity from the headlights, too, as they pro­ject the il­lu­sion of nar­rowed eyes giv­ing you a come-hither look.

Per­for­mance

City cruis­ing just got that much bet­ter. In the City, con­trols are light, manoeuvrability is easy and ac­cel­er­a­tion is smooth. Even if you’re stuck in traf­fic, you’ll find no is­sues with the ve­hi­cle as it prom­ises to make your drive much more com­fort­able. Our only is­sue is driv­ing at high speeds, as there isn’t much feed­back when throt­tled, and the en­gine noise be­comes a lit­tle ag­gres­sive.

In­te­rior

The first thing that hits you once you’re in the car is the spa­cious­ness of the cabin. There’s plenty of legroom to en­sure com­fort dur­ing ev­ery ride, re­gard­less the length of your jour­ney. At 536 litres, boot space is ex­tremely gen­er­ous, too. And with eight cup-hold­ers and mul­ti­ple other com­part­ments, you’ll never run out of place to store your many be­long­ings!

Safety

Equipped with six airbags, Ve­hi­cle Sta­bil­ity As­sist (VSA), Emer­gency Stop Sig­nal (ESS) and Hill Start As­sist (HSA), the Honda City puts safety first. VSA sta­bilises the sys­tem by re­duc­ing un­der- or over-steer­ing in un­ex­pected in­stances or while mak­ing tight cor­ners. Mean­while, ESS au­to­mat­i­cally flashes the brake and haz­ard lights to warn other cars when de­tect­ing sud­den brak­ing in unan­tic­i­pated sit­u­a­tions.

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