A total of 6 trims are on offer, S MT, S AT, V, V+, SV and SV+. Price ranges from 550,000 baht to 749,000 baht (Rs 14.09 lakh). There is no diesel engine on offer like India, as Thailand gets only 1.5l petrol i-VTEC generating 117 hp and 146 Nm torque. Transmission options are a 5 speed MT and a CVT, the same that are on options on the Indian petrol City.
Unlike India, the Thailand version of City gets ABS, stability control, Hill assist, and emergency stop as standard. Apart from that, the other features are same. There is absolutely no difference in the interiors or exteriors.
The color options on offer in Thailand are – Modern Steel Grey (metallic), Carnelian Red (pearl), Crystal Black (pearl), Alabaster Silver (metallic), Taffeta White are joined by two new shades, these being Brilliant Sporty Blue (metallic) and Golden Brown (metallic). In India, you don’t get the Brilliant Sporty Blue (metallic), which you see in the images in this post. You can read Rush Lane review of new Honda City here.