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Old 25th September 2008, 14:29   #121
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Just saw this. Good stuff, safety equipment comes as a std fitment on all models.
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.... The new Honda City comes fully loaded with all active and passive safety features including ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) with Brake Assist (BA), Dual SRS airbags, pre-tensioner seat belts and G-CON (G-Force Control Technology) body with a crush-proof survival zone.

The front body structure of the new Honda City ensures advanced pedestrian safety features. With the new City, these safety features are now a standard offering across the entire range of Honda in the Indian market.

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feature wise, i feel model E is better than S (features in S that are not in E are more towards the unwanted side it seems)
Where did you find the comparison?

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Old 25th September 2008, 14:33   #122
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Where did you find the comparison?
it is in the web site

:: Honda City ::

I think the new pricing along with the features of City will be the last nail on FIAT Linea unless they come up with some unbelievable pricing
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:35   #123
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I am keeping my fingers cross for 1.5V I believe Honda might play a same game when they launched Civic. My expectations from 1.5V are
  • ACC
  • Leather seats
  • Alloys (5 nos)
  • Turn Indicators in ORVM
Please Honda please......... deliver what all Indians want
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:40   #124
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Just called Linkway Honda in Mumbai. He said that the new City will be availabe only in next month but they are giving some discounts on the out-going model like free insurance and corporate discounts.
just wondering how the used car prices of ZX going to be affected.
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:40   #125
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Can anyone view the difference between E and the S model? I am unable to locate it in the Honda website
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:42   #126
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I think Honda would have given Linea a shock by launching the E version right now. Now i can see further delay in Linea launch. Im almost sold on All New City. Hopefully mid 2009 . Good pricing from Honda and that too Dual Airbags in E version too ! Jiyo Honda !!

I just observed the A/c controls are a lil different from the Thai version.

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Can anyone view the difference between E and the S model? I am unable to locate it in the Honda website
It is here :: Honda City ::

Click on the features tab
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Go to : :: Honda City :: and click on features tab.

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Old 25th September 2008, 14:45   #129
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For all those who can't see the difference between variants,here you go

EDIT: Now Launched :All New Honda city (Indian version)-full specs & features .-diff-1.jpg

EDIT: Now Launched :All New Honda city (Indian version)-full specs & features .-diff-2.jpg

EDIT: Now Launched :All New Honda city (Indian version)-full specs & features .-diff-3.jpg
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I am given to understand that the team at Honda were very keen on providing good back-seat comfort on the All New Honda City.

Now time to check on that.
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:52   #131
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I think Honda would have given Linea a shock by launching the E version right now. Now i can see further delay in Linea launch.
Why would FIAT be shocked? Their strategy is to wait and watch, and then watch and wait. They will be ready with Linea by the launch of 5th Gen City

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Im almost sold on All New City. Hopefully mid 2009 . Good pricing from Honda and that too Dual Airbags in E version too ! Jiyo Honda !!
me too. Looking to take the plunge in Oct itself.
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Old 25th September 2008, 14:59   #132
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the honda world site says the all new city has been designed specially for india - ha!

anyway the E is beginning to appear as the more sensible option - not sure if the seat height adjust, the armrests and the cd-less stereo in the S are worth 50k more
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Expect a headlong rush to the ANHC away from the SX4.
It will also pull away customers from the Verna, Cedia and Fiesta.
Let us see what the figures say by March 2009, that will be long enough for feedback from early adopters to filter through to the market and influence sales comprehensively.
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Expect a headlong rush to the ANHC away from the SX4.
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This I agree. Will surely happen

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It will also pull away customers from the Verna, Cedia and Fiesta.
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This i doubt, as verna and Fiesta are diesels and have their own market. Cedia maybe.
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Old 25th September 2008, 15:09   #135
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In the Interiors section; there is a 'Rear Seat Pillow'.
What's that? It's not literally a separate pillow that you buy everywhere is it?
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