Honda to up their game, to bring the Next Generation of Honda City Sedan

Honda, the erstwhile Japanese automaker is gearing up to launch the next generation of the much loved Honda City pretty soon. With the current generation already crossing 5-year mark, it’s time they revolutionize the sedan to be on the forefront of the game. It was already much thought about that Honda is working on the next generation of City, this current news puts an affirmation to it.

Initially expected to be launched somewhere into 2020, this one will now debut by the end of this very year on the global market. The first sale will go around in Thailand followed by the rest of the world including India. It’s reported that the design and interior will take a cue from the high-end edition of Honda Accord and Honda Insight. The next generation will probably be more spacious and will have bear the signature design of the Honda.

Various reports have emerged that have likened the Thai edition of next generation of Honda City to be built on a 3-cylinder turbocharged 1.0-liter VTEC petrol based engine. It will feature 12-valve DOHC head and will have a max torque of 200Nm. Meanwhile, on the international front, it’s said to bear a hybrid powertrain with a 1.5 liter petrol engine along with two electric motors. It remains to be seen whether India will bear mild-hybrid edition or full hybrid.

Our car experts do sense that Honda will not bring the full-hybrid edition to India citing price sensitivity. It will more likely bear BS-VI complaint 1.5-liter diesel based engine alongside the regular running 1.5-liter petrol engine. These will come in both manual and automatic based transmission. Honda is planning to unveil the next generation of Honda City sedan in the upcoming 2020 Delhi Auto Expo.

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