Honda City 2023 Facelift Leaked

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Honda City 2023 facelift

Honda City 7th generation has been in the market for over 3 years now, and car enthusiasts have been waiting for a facelift. There have been several sights of camouflaged test mules, but so far, we couldn’t get a glimpse of the real changes. Now, actual pictures of the uncamouflaged pictures of the 7th generation Honda City 2023 have surfaced on the internet.

The 7th generation Honda City 2023 was first launched in Thailand back in 2019, but the facelifted model will be launched in March 2023 in India.

Honda City 2023 Facelift

As opposed to the customers’ expectations, this facelift is a small one. Only a few tweaks here and there have surely improved the outlook of the City.

The front of the car now has a redesigned front grille with a honeycomb pattern. There are new alloy wheels with revised body-colored elements. The front and rear bumpers have also been changed.

Along with the exterior, the interior has also received a facelift. The facelifted 7th generation Honda City 2023 now comes with ventilated seats, a new infotainment system, wireless Apple Carplay/ Android Auto, etc. The pictures do not reveal any upgrades in the security system so we will have to wait for the official facelift.


2023 honda city facelift

When looking across different variants, the top one seems to have LED headlamps while the mid variant sports projector headlamps. As the facelift will first be launched in India, Honda excludes the 1.5L diesel variant and sticks with the 1.5L petrol engine. This petrol engine provides 121 hp of power in both CVT and MT variants. 2023 facelifted Honda City is also expected to have a hybrid engine of 1.5L paired with the e-CVT transmission which provides a power of 126hp.

Currently, there are nine different Honda City models available, with prices ranging from INR 11.87 lakh to INR 15.62 lac. The hybrid is priced at INR 19.89 lac. In contrast, it is anticipated that the new Honda City facelift 2023 would cost towards the higher end. All automobiles in India, including the new Honda City, will become more expensive as a result of updating engines to comply with the new pollution standards. In the fiercely competitive Indian auto market, it will continue to compete against the Skoda Slavia, Volkswagen Virtus, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, and Hyundai Verna after its debut.

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