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November 25 2013
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New 2014 Honda City - Interior Review

 

In one word, the interiors of the fourth-gen new Honda City are international. Whether it be the interior colour combination scheme or the use of materials, Honda has truly made the new City a global product.

 

 

Space – 4M Principle at its best!

 

Space is the first noticeable thing that catches you once you sit in the City, its so spacious! Yes, Honda has said that it has increased the knee room by 50mm and head room by 10mm,but once you sit inside, its quite noticeable. The rear bench is comfortable and strangely, the AC vents at the rear don’t interfere too much at the rear. Honda has taken its 4M (Man Maximum, Machine Minimum) principle to greater heights with the new City.

 

 

Dashboard – Modern and Dignified

 

The dashboard of the 3rd gen City wasn’t to everyone’s taste, especially the use of silver accents and low quality knobs. But the 4th generation doesn’t leave anything to complain. Honda has stayed away from excess use of beige which is a positive, quality of the plastic is supreme, use of aluminium finish and glossy black is limited to liven up the cabin and that’s another positive, buttons on the steering wheel are easy to use, the AC and music system controls don’t look dated and driver info display is well laid out and well backlit. While that pretty much sums up the fact that the City will be a premium car in all sense however, if I stretch myself to the limit of criticism, I’d say that Honda could have made some changes to the gearbox’ design. But that’s the only thing, and trust me, even that isn’t worth a complain. So, full marks to Honda this time around for prepping the City’s cabin wonderfully.

 

Notice the Cruise Control and Bluetooth telephony controls on the new 2014 Honda City

honda city new 2014 india steering wheel

 

 

Auto A/C and CD player a first for Honda City

new 2014 honda city in india music system

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Comments (3)
  • rohit bidhuri

    Gud lukin car, even should say awesome design in 4-gen honda city.... Need to have a test drive...ASAP... Regards Rohit bidhuri

  • SUDHEER MEHTA

    Doubt if new Honda City can be called a latest technology modern car. What about fitments, instrumentation / full information system, navigation, traction control, CD Player & not just Changer? Looks HONDA are taking good care of car websites likes carsizzller for articles praising HONDA CITY & pre-sale for them.

  • CARSIZZLER.COM

    Dear Mr. Sudheer Mehta. Thanks for writing. First and foremost, carsizzler.com is a self-funded organization under AdSizzler Media Pvt Ltd and we are not 'taken care of' by any automobile manufacturers in India or abroad. As far as 2014 Honda City's "modern" and "tech-laden" tag is concerned, we'd like to inform you that 'technology and modernity' is not all about features, had it been this way, many other manufacturers would have led the way with their cars. Secondly, the new Honda City gets modern features like 'Push button start/stop', 'Auto climate control' with touch panel (that none other car in its segment gets), Cruise control, rear parking camera, music system with CD player, USB and Aux, sunroof and more features.

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