Honda City new variants launched
Last Updated at
- 05:15 pm, October 23, 2012
New Variant of City, called AVN (Audio Visual Navigation) launched
When Honda launched City way back in the '90s, it captured the market. And hearts too. But as time passed, Honda's reluctance on bringing a diesel engine and tough competition resulted in loss of sales.
Don't get us wrong, Honda City is a nice car but competition offers more.
Now, Honda might have taken their own sweet time to understand this but they finally have. So here, along with the CNG-ready City, Honda has introduced a new trim level, available with both Automatic Transmission (AT) and Manual Transmission (MT) variants.
Called AVN (short for Audio Visual Navigation), the car, as the name suggests gets a number of in-car entertainment and navigation features. The list includes Leather upholstery, Leather wrapped steering wheel and leather wrapped gear knob (only MT). In-car entertainment includes a touchscreen system with a DVD player with USB/iPod and Auxiliary-in connectivity.
Honda has made the AVN trim level available on City's V grade only, so apart from the above mentioned, the feature list also includes the goodies from V grade.
And now, the pricing: The Manual Transmission AVN is priced at Rs.9,72,000 while the Automatic costs Rs.10,46,000, ex-showroom Del
First Published on 05:15 pm, October 23, 2012
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