Honda Atlas has officially launched its 6th generation City model in Pakistan on Thursday, with the base variant priced at Rs2.599 million. The model was officially launched in a virtual ceremony featured on the company’s Facebook and Youtube channels.
The new Honda City 2021 launched the following variants:
- Honda City 1.2L Manual.
- Honda City 1.2L CVT.
- Honda City 1.5 CVT.
- Honda City Aspire 1.5L Manual.
- Honda City Aspire 1.5L CVT.
Each variant is priced at:
– 1.2L MT – Rs2.59 million *
– 1.2L CVT – Rs2.79 million *
– 1.5L CVT – Rs2.89 million *
– 1.5 Aspire MT – Rs3.019 million *
– 1.5L Aspire CVT – Rs3.174 million*
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Honda City Exterior
Just like the earlier model, the Aspire features include; LED DRLs, fog lamps, chrome door knobs, alloy wheels, and shark fin antenna. Whereas, the low-spec variants come fitted with steel rims and wheel caps, body-colored door handles, and a short pole antenna. The vehicle is offered in 7 lacquer options; Urban Titanium, Taffeta White, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Crystal Black Pearl, and Carnelian Red.
Honda City Interior
The interior features a dual-tone beige/black theme across the lineup with Aspire offering a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, touch-operated auto AC, rear vents, multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, and push-button engine start/ stop. The other variants come with a 7-inch touchscreen, manual AC with conventional knobs, and limited controls on one side of the steering wheel.
The trunk space of the 6th generation city is 510 liters, which allows it to easily hold up a decent amount of baggage, for short and extended trips. Whereas, the cabin space can conveniently fix a family of five.
The new Honda City 6th Generation is equipped with 1.2L (1199cc) and 1.5L (1497cc) engines depending on the model of the vehicle.
The 1.2L engine of the new Honda City 2021 produces 88 horsepower along with 110 Nm of torque while the 1.5L variant of the sedan produces 118 horsepower and 145Nm of torque. The 1.5L engine produces 118 horsepower and 145 Newton meters of torque. The 1.2L engine produces 89 hp and 114 Nm of torque. Depending on the variant, both the engines will be mated to either a manual or a CVT gearbox.
As per the road tests done by the international car magazines, the 1.2 variants are known to provide a fuel average of 13 to 16 km/liter while the 1.5 variants return about 10 to 14 km/liter.
Source: Pak Wheels