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(CHK) The upgraded version of Honda City 2023 has been revealed, preparing for the match against Hyundai Accent and Toyota Vios.
Not long after the new Honda City facelift 2023 was spotted while testing in Thailand, this B-class sedan has continued to be discovered in Pune. Although the official launch schedule of Honda City 2023 has not been revealed, it is expected to launch next year to increase its competitiveness with Hyundai Accent and Toyota Vios. Minor changes will likely be made to the sedan’s exterior and interior, while the powertrain setup is likely to remain unchanged. However, the Honda City version for the Indian market will receive a number of functional and aesthetic upgrades that are different from the version sold in Southeast Asian markets.
The latest leaked images show that the Honda City facelift will have newly designed alloy wheels and revised taillights. Up front, rival sedans from the Hyundai Accent and Toyota Vios will get a larger black grille without the thick chrome bar, revised bumpers, large air vents and new fog lights.
Inside the cabin, the new Honda City facelift 2023 will likely be equipped with an updated infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. This B-class sedan could get new connected car technology.
With the mid-life update, the Honda City sedan can get ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) that includes lane-keeping assist, collision mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control, and assist. automatic high illumination. Similar to the current version, the updated version of Honda City will have a digital instrument cluster, auto-dimming rearview mirror, sunroof, leather seats, automatic air conditioning, and tire pressure monitoring. , rear view camera, hill start assist, cruise control, parking sensors.
Under the hood, the new Honda City 2023 will use a 1.5L naturally aspirated petrol engine with a capacity of 121 horsepower and a new 1.5L Atkinson Cycle petrol hybrid powertrain. While the first engine option offers fuel efficiency of 18.4km/L, the hybrid powertrain option on rival sedans from the Hyundai Accent and Toyota Vios is said to offer a fuel economy of 26.5km/L. L. Honda will stop producing 1.5L diesel engines when it implements new emissions regulations in 2023.
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