The fifth generation of Honda City was presented in Thailand at the end of 2019, with a delay it came to Chile in two volumes: the sedan at the beginning of 2021, the hatchback a year and a half later, which marks the change. Origin Brazil..
The fact is, the City has already been in the market for three years and Honda intends to introduce a mid-life facelift this March, and will do so first in India, where the first photos have been leaked.
The 2023 Honda City facelift introduces a new front end where you can see a slimmer chrome strip and honeycomb grille than you’ve seen before.
The front bumper also features a new design that visually connects the fog lights to the lower intake via black trim. Meanwhile, the rear bumper has been revised to incorporate elements such as a black diffuser.
As for the interior, the City’s dashboard remains fairly familiar, though the steering wheel controls have been tweaked and it adds accessories like a wireless charger and ventilated seats.
As for the dynamics, there will be a 1.5 liter i-VTEC petrol station with 122 Hp and 155 Nm, although the e:HEV hybrid propulsion system will also be released with a nominal power of 126 Hp and 253 Nm.
We’ll see when the update arrives for the Brazilian city, though we won’t have it before 2024.
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