As per the speculations, Honda City’s 1.5L i-VTEC petrol engine which comes with a manual gearbox has finally received the BS6 certification.
The Honda city BS6 petrol will soon be seen going on a sale in the four trims which are SV, V, VX and ZX. As per the sources the BS6 update will make the Honda city petrol a little more powerful.
What is ICAT?
ICAT (International Centre for Automotive Technology) a leading world class automotive testing, certification and R&D service provider under the aegis of NATRiP (National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project), Government of India.
It provides testing and certification services to the vehicle and component manufacturers situated within India and abroad.
In addition to the certification services, ICAT is providing extensive testing services for product development and validation.
Honda City BS6 petrol Design:
Honda has come up with several added features. Honda is all set to upgrade its all time most popular model ‘The City’ to the more stringent emission norms.
The city will be Honda’s first ever BS6 compliant model for India. The car will be loaded with essentials such as dual airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, LED DRLs, 15-inch alloy wheels, remote locking, power wing mirrors and windows, automatic air conditioner, Bluetooth-compatible audio system and cruise control.
Honda City BS6 price:
The price of Honda City BS6 is estimated to be costing between Rs 11 Lakhs to 14 Lakhs. (introductory, ex-showroom India).
The lowest model costing for about 11 Lakhs and the highest model which will be offering various features will be costing for about 14 Lakhs on road. However, the price depends on the state and the type of model.
Honda City BS6 Mileage:
The model comes up with two options of transmissions which is a 5 speed manual and a CVT only petrol model. It’s mileage is 17.4 kms petrol and 25.6 kms diesel.
Honda City BS6 Launch date:
Honda City has not officially announced the date, but as per the officials, the scooter will be launched in 2020. The new model is estimated to be bigger and better which will be loaded with features.
Honda City BS6 Engine:
In the BS6 form, the gasoline unit will be seen returning to the maximum power of 117.6bhp. The model will come up with a 5L i-DTEC Diesel engine and the oil burners will develop a peak power of 99bhp with 200Nm of torque.