If you have been considering a Honda City for sale, you may wish to know about the improvements made to the Honda City 2015 models. The Honda City has a long history of over thirty years since the first generation model was introduced to the market. This B segment vehicle slots perfectly into the Honda range between the smaller model Jazz and the larger model Civic. The City is perfect for urban driving and navigating around tighter spaces such as car parks.
Stylistically, the Honda City 2015 perfectly complements the current Honda Civic. However, it is easy to see the familial relationship with the current Honda City for sale. There are certain aesthetic changes including the newly sculpted bodywork with a sleek chrome grill which are complemented by the new lamps. In the interior , the City now features touch switches to complement the silver and black trim and door panels. This provides a sophisticated aesthetic which creates a stunning impact against the combination of analogue and digital instruments.
The features included with the Honda City 2015 illustrate the model’s technological superiority compared to the market rivals. Standard features include two USB ports, seven inch infotainment system with HDMI port, allowing duplication of the screen on a larger display. There are also connectivity options using Bluetooth and WiFi. You can play back music from multiple sources including an AUX jack.
The Honda City is well equipped with a 1.5 litre engine offering 118 horsepower and 145 Nm torque. This is combined with a CVT transmission system to allow zero to 100 kilometres per hour in 10.8 seconds. The vehicle is also equipped with a 40 litre fuel tank to allow plenty of travel between fill ups. The new Honda City for sale will also feature paddle shifters, which mimics a seven speed transmission.
Although the Honda City is designed to be a small urban vehicle, it is surprisingly spacious. The wheelbase is 2,600 millimetres but allows for amble legroom for both front and rear passengers. There is also plenty of headroom, which in combination with the foamy seats provides great passenger comfort. The rear seats have a 60/40 split, allowing you to expand the cargo area and carry longer more awkward items. However, the boot space is impressive at 536 litres, which outshines the Hyundai Accent which only offers 388 litres.
Although the Honda City has a higher starting price compared to the Accent, it is easy to see why you may be prepared to pay a little more. The City offers greater power, more features and a higher level of practicality, making it an attractive option for those looking for the full package in their smaller urban vehicle.
If you are considering a Honda City for sale, would like to know more about the Honda City 2015 model or any of the Honda range, contact us. We have a full range of new and Used Honda Cars model at our showroom. Our sales team would be happy to answer any of your questions or arrange your test drive.
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