The 2019 Honda City is expected to receive subtle cosmetic upgrades with minor reshuffling in features and largely. Honda City has always been a choice of the elite class. The upper class who looks to buy luxurious and beautiful cars favors Honda City as a status symbol. The new model launched by Honda Company is a fantastically designed powerful car. New Model Honda City 2019 Car will attract more people towards it owing to its quality and supremacy. It has some modifications in interior and exterior from the recent model making it look more gorgeous.
2019 Honda City Exterior and Interior Design
Its exterior 2019 Honda City is just as impressive. While it is based on the Jazz, it only shares its front fascia with it, so the side of the car and the back end have been designed from scratch in order to offer the best possible package. Honda has tried to sport an aggressive look. This includes adding a new grille design, with a modified rear bumper and new head lights. In addition to that, a couple of air intakes have been added to improve its aerodynamics and also make the handling specs better.
In case of this 2019 Honda City, several modifications have been made to incorporate a new look. The interior will feature 15.7cm touchscreen, automatic climate control system, audio and handsfree telephone controls, paddle shift, cruise control, electric sunroof and sat-nav system. On safety front the facelift is expected to feature ABS with EBD, rear parking sensor, anti-theft alarm, child safety locks and front and side impact beams. Cabin space looks very good, with abundant passenger head and leg room.
2019 Honda City Release Date and Price
There is still lack of information about the car’s release date. We are sure that 2019 Honda City will get there in nearby showrooms in April next year. Regarding rates, there are some possibilities about the car’s price around $15,990 to $22,000.
2019 Honda City Engine Specs and Performance
The real surprise of the brand-new Honda City 2019 lies under the hood. The 1.5 liter naturally aspirated VTEC petrol engine produces 120hp power and 140Nm of peak torque, and comes mated with a five speed manual or a CVT gearbox. The 1.5 liter turbodiesel engine makes 100hp and 220Nm of torque connected to a five speed manual transmission. With petrol engine as well as automatic transmission than 2019 Honda City will have gas economy ranked at 50 mpg.