The Honda City is a subcompact car which has been produced by the Japanese manufacturer Honda since 1981. The seventh-generation City (fifth-generation as a sedan, GN1/2/3/5/6/7) was unveiled in Bangkok, Thailand, on 25 November 2019 in its sedan form. It shared its platform with the fourth-generation Fit/Jazz. While its dimension grew to the point that it is slightly larger than the ninth-generation Civic sedan (2011–2016), the City continues to be marketed and priced as a subcompact or B-segment car. The City sedan was unveiled and launched in India on 16 July 2020. It is sold alongside the old model which is continued to be produced in the country.

Petrol: 1498 cc, Inline-4 Cylinder, BS6, 16 Valve, Water Cooled, DOHC, i-VTEC, Honda L engine with Variable Timing Control (VTC) and Earth Dream Technology, 119 HP power, 145 Nm torque, 18 kmpl (Automatic), 17 kmpl (Manual) average, 40 litre Fuel tank, 7-speed Continuously Variable CVT Automatic or 6-speed Manual transmission, 1153 kg Kerb weight

Diesel: 1498 cc, Inline-4 Cylinder, BS6, 16 Valve, Water cooled, i-DTEC, Honda N engine with Earth Dream Technology, 98 HP Power, 200 Nm Torque, 24 kmpl Average, 40 litre Fuel tank, 6-speed Manual Automatic Transmission, 1217 kg Kerb weight

5 Colours: Red, White, Modern Steel, Silver, Brown

3 Variants: V, VX, ZX

2 Upholsteries: Fabric, Leather

2 Wheels: Machined & Painted 15 inch Multi-spoke Alloy, Diamond-cut & Two-tone Finished 16 inch Multi-spoke Alloy

Price range: Rs. 11.16 lakh – Rs. 15.11 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)