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New Honda City launch: first time racing version, will surprise engine capacity

After a long wait of several days, Japanese automobile manufacturer Honda launched the fifth generation sedan car Honda City. Honda City is one of the best selling cars of the company. For the first time, the company has also launched its RS variant. Also, many new updates have been included in it. Know about its features …

Honda has currently launched its mid-size sedan car in Thailand. It is expected that the next generation Honda City will be launched in India by mid-2020 next year. Because even in India, the life cycle of the current generation has been completed. However, Honda is preparing to update the BS6 standard Honda City in India.
Honda has currently launched its mid-size sedan car in Thailand. It is expected that the next generation Honda City will be launched in India by mid-2020 next year. Because even in India, the life cycle of the current generation has been completed. Although Honda is preparing to update the BS6 standard Honda City in India, Honda has currently launched its mid-size sedan car in Thailand.

It is expected that the next generation Honda City will be launched in India by mid-2020 next year. Because even in India, the life cycle of the current generation has been completed. However, Honda is preparing to update the BS6 standard Honda City in India.

Talking about the interior, Honda City gets more space. Also, multi information display (MID) with Illuminations, 8-inch touch display audio system, Apple CarPlay and Siri voice control support, multifunction steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, auto matic air conditioning system are provided.

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