Honda City facelift likely to be lauched in January

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Honda City facelift likely to be lauched in January

Posted on : Sunday 27th of November 2016

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The fourth-generation Honda City, which was launched in January 2014, is now due for a mid-life update.

Our sources have confirmed that Honda India’s bread and butter model is likely to get a mid-life update in mid January 2017, although unofficial pre-bookings are expected to start soon.

The current generation City has widened the appeal of the nameplate, as it offered a diesel option for the first time in the product’s 14 years history. Soon after its launch, the City took the throne from the Hyundai Verna and became the bestselling vehicle in its segment once again. Of late, it has been facing heat from the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, largely because it is priced lower thanks to the tax benefits of the mild-hybrid system. That said Honda is all set to introduce the updated version of the sedan, which will take on the new 2017 Hyundai Verna (launch – mid-2017) along with the Ciaz and the rest of the mid-size sedan segment, including the recently launched 2017 Rapid.

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