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Honda Releases Range of Modulo Accessories for 2020 Honda City

Barely two days has passed since the 2020 Honda City made its debut in Thailand, and the Japanese car maker is already enticing the car’s potential owners to spruce up their ride with the Modulo upgraded styling pack.

And the accessory updates aren’t only focused on the exterior, either, as there are interior and mechanical accessories included in the different packages.

The Modula accessories set for the 2020 Honda City is available in three packages, starting with the basic Modulo Aero Package, priced at THB 15,500 (approx. PHP 26,100), the Modulo Aero RS Package that costs THB 17,900 (approx. PHP 30,100), and Modulo Aero Sport Package, which goes for THB 23,500 (approx. PHP40,000). As for what’s included in each package, check out the breakdown below:

  • Modulo Aero Package – two front under spoilers, two side under spoilers, and two rear under spoilers
  • Module Aero RS Package – two front under spoilers, two side under spoilers, and two rear under spoilers
  • Modulo Aero Sport Package – two front under spoilers, two side under spoilers, and two rear under spoilers, and wing type trunk spoiler

The wing type trunk spoiler is also sold individually, and costs THB 8,150 (approx. PHP 13,700)

To complement your updated exterior, Honda also offers Modulo accessories that fall under the “Stage Up Booster” concept. These additions include the aforementioned trunk spoiler, sport pedals (THB 1,300/approx. PHP 2,190), side step garnish LED (THB 4,400/approx. PHP 7,400), 15-inch sport alloy wheels (THB 3,600/approx. PHP 6,100 sold per wheel, excluding tires), LED fog lights (THB 5,500/approx. PHP 9,300), and drive recorder (THB 3,850/approx. PHP 6,500).

Lest you think that the 2020 Honda City probably looks bland to merit these sporty additions, it’s worth noting that the car’s exterior comes with LED daytime running lights, LED rear combination lamps, shark fin antenna, and new-look 15-inch alloy wheels. The upswept matrix headlights mirror that of its bigger sibling, the Honda Civic. Of course, the latest City bears the Solid Wing Face signature design philosophy.

The car is powered by a 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbocharged DOHC engine that can do 120 hp and 173 Nm of torque. Paired with a seven-speed continuously variable transmission (CVT), the fifth-gen City boasts an impressive fuel economy rating of 23.8 km/l, according to Honda.

Also read:

2020 Honda City—First Impressions

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