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The India built version of Honda City Facelift to revive the ZX label again!

Finally, the wait is over for the Indians. The India build version of Honda City Facelift is all set to hit the Indian market. But the interesting fact to mention here is that the new India made Honda City Facelift is going to revive the ‘ZX’ label again. This is the Moniker that Honda actually debuted with the Second generation model during the mid-cycle update.

Honda City Facelift

The first version of Honda City Facelift was actually launched in Thailand just a couple of days and now it’s all set to hit the Indian market. It’s expected to get launched in India by the end of this month. Undoubtedly, the upcoming version of the Honda City car merges a number of enhanced features in both in and exterior of teh car. Now it’s time to take a look on the same.

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Now starting with the Interior, the Honda City Facelift is much revamped than before. The cabin is added with interior lights and and also gets LED Map. Few more updates have been added to the touch screen infotainment system and including Bluetooth compatibility for both Android and iOS phones. The Safety measure is also improved with four sided Curtain Airbags along with multi-angle rearview Camera and a new safety assistance called vehicle stability assist (VSA).


Exterior of the new Honda City Facelift is also much revamped with terrific look outside. To Start with the Chrome radiator grille, it looks pretty slimmer and the front bumper has dwelled comperatively smaller fog lamp housings. The LED Headlights of the car are newly added along with daytime-running LEDs that makes the front of teh car much classy.

Honda City Facelift

Now moving to the rear, the car gets a a black honeycomb insertion though we don’t find much changes. The Indian version of the Facelift is supposed to get a new set of clear-lens lamps with a rear spoiler and an Integrated stop light. Besides, the car will run on 16″ tyres decorated with set of diamond-cut alloy wheels.

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Though we find few changes in both the Interior and Exteriors of teh car, but the powertrain is supposed to remain the same. The Honda City Facelift is about to run on the same 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine with 5 speed manual gearbox and the 1.5-litre i-VTEC Diesel engine with 6-speed manual gearbox.

The Honda City Facelift is supposed to be launched in the Indian market by teh end of this month. The car is to bee ranged between Rs 8.32-12.66 lakh, ex-showroom price in Delhi.

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