New and Used Honda City for Sale Philippines | Honda City Price List
All car makers have their signature vehicles—Toyota has their Vios, Mitsubishi has their Lancer, and Honda has the City. The latter is considered to be one of the most popular vehicles in the Philippines, rivaled only by the top selling Vios. In 2013, the car model posted almost 6,000 brand new units sold in the Philippine market, and for a model that’s never experienced use as a public utility vehicle, that’s a significant number in the country’s most profitable vehicle segment, the subcompact market.
For this year model, Honda equips the 2017 Honda City with a built-in navigation system that customers have been clamoring for. Referred to as the Audio Visual Navigation (AVN) feature, the new tech comes with a 7-inch touchscreen display and functions such as 3D map viewing, speed limit reminder, and one-touch access to traffic, emergency health, and other public safety contact numbers. The Honda City 2017 is a beauty both inside and out. Continue reading to find out more about the City as well as where to find a brand new or 2nd hand Honda City for sale in the Philippines.
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Honda City Specs and Performance
The City only offers one type of engine for its current version: a chain drive Single Overhead Camshaft (SOHC) i-VTEC engine with 4 valves per cylinder. The engine is a carryover from the previous City with the horsepower and torque unchanged at 119 HP and 145 Nm, respectively. It can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 11- 12 seconds.
Honda offers the City in different types of trim levels for each country that is in. Trim levels for the Honda City in the second hand car market include the base trim 1.3 A, mid-level 1.3 S, high end 1.5 E and top-of-the-line 1.5 V. Extra features such as i-VTEC and CVT were optional for each trim. For the current model Honda City 2015, trim levels include, from low-end to high-end: E MT, E CVT, E CVT Modulo Utility, VX Navi CVT, VX CVT Modulo Aero Sports, VX+ CVT, and VX CVT Mugen.
The Honda City suspension system utilizes an independent MacPherson strut with stabilizer at the front and an H-shaped torsion beam with stabilizer for the rear. Earlier editions have a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. Newer releases, however, have a 5-speed automatic transmission and a 7-speed Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) gearbox.
A sturdy and roomy cabin instantly puts occupants at ease. When driven, the engine performs admirably on normal mode. However, one might find the engine to seemingly ‘hold back’ in ‘Econ’ mode under hard acceleration, which obviously, is meant to help save fuel.
Honda City Fuel Consumption
Below are some popular Honda City years and their fuel consumption rates:
New Honda City fuel consumption:
- Honda City 2017: TBA
- Honda City 2016: 7.1 l/100km average rating
- Honda City 2015: 7.1 l/100km average rating
- Honda City 2014: 7.6 l/100km average rating
Second hand Honda City fuel consumption:
- Honda City 2013: 8.3 l/100km average rating
- Honda City 2012: 8.7 l/100km average rating
- Honda City 2011: 8.7 l/100km average rating
- Honda City 2010: 9.3 l/100km average rating
Honda City Features
Honda City Convenience and Entertainment Features
The new Honda City features are highlighted by an amazing touchscreen that simplifies audio and climate controls considerably. While it may be true that touchscreens are all too common nowadays, what makes the City’s touchscreen stand above the rest is a more intuitive and responsive interface—there’s practically no lag to observe when tapping instructions with one’s fingers. Other cool techs in the new Honda City include:
- Automatic climate control
- Rear air conditioning vents
- Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
- Fuel consumption meter
- 7-inch audio-visual navigation system
- 60/40 split-type rear seats
Honda City Safety Features
The Honda City Philippines boasts topnotch active safety features include ABS, emergency braking, electronic brakeforce distribution, hill start assist, and vehicle stability assist with traction control. Hard braking makes the rear lights flash an emergency stop signal to warn following drivers. Other safety features include:
- G-CON body structure
- Dual SRS and side curtain airbags
- Speed-sensing auto door lock
- ISOFIX child seat anchor
- Emergency Stop Signal
- Green Glass front windshield
Honda City Design
Honda City Interior
The City’s cabin is a comfortable place to be in. So comfortable in fact, that one might find Metro Manila’s hellish traffic jams a little more bearable when driving one of these cars. Occupants will find plenty to love in the interior’s solid surfaces, premium textures, and luxurious materials. A good number of car reviewers have remarked that the Honda City interior looks and feels more expensive than the set price for it, and that it currently offers the best cabin in the subcompact department. Here are some of the interior’s noteworthy features:
- Smartphone mirroring
- Digital trip meter
- Leather seats (upper trims only)
- Sliding and reclining front seats
- 12-volt accessory sockets
- One-touch power doors and windows
Honda City Exterior
On the outside, the City has a front-to-back curve that mimics the shape of a sports car—the nose-down front underscores the vehicle width with an aero-style bumper and a couple of really sleek looking air inlets. A distinguishable belt line runs from just below the front door handles all the way to the pretty taillights. Meanwhile, flared rear wheel arches add muscle to the profile, while the rear combination lamps are connected and complemented by an elegant chrome strip. The rest of the Honda City’s impressive exterior features are listed below:
- Multi-reflector halogen headlights
- Fog lights
- Door mirror integrated side turn lights
- Rear diffuser with integrate reflectors
- Green Glass front windshield
- Keyless entry system
Honda City Color Options
The latest Honda City 2017 is available in the following colors:
- Gold Brown Metallic
- Carnelian Red Pearl
- Crystal Black Pearl
- Modern Steel Metallic
- Taffeta White
Honda City Pros and Cons
Still can’t decide if the Honda City will suit your budget and lifestyle? Read below for some Honda City advantages and disadvantages:
Honda City Pros
- The Honda City has a very spacious and comfortable cabin that offers plenty of features.
- The new Honda City models have decent looks with modernized details from every angle.
- For more functionality, the Honda City offers a large host of good optional features.
- If fuel economy is a priority for you, the Honda City has very good fuel economy rates.
Honda City Cons
- One of the downsides is that the Honda City gets a bit expensive and pricey with options.
- Performance enthusiasts find it disappointing that the Honda City has no manual gearbox.
- There are some low-quality, hard-plastic materials and bits inside the cabin of the City.
- The engine of the Honda City may hold back in "Econ" mode under hard acceleration.
Honda City Price List in the Philippines
If you are looking for a new Honda City or a 2nd hand Honda City for sale, then look no further than Carmudi. Below are some average prices of both new and used Honda city for sale in the Philippines.
New Honda City Price in the Philippines
Honda City 2017 price in the Philippines: P829,000
Honda City 2016 price in the Philippines: P829,000
Honda City 2015 price in the Philippines: P695,000
Honda City 2014 price in the Philippines: P599,000
Second Hand Honda City Price in the Philippines
Honda City 2012 price in the Philippines: P450,000
Honda City 2010 price in the Philippines: P420,000
Honda City 2009 price in the Philippines: P370,000
Honda City 2007 price in the Philippines: P330,000
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