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Old 22nd September 2008, 19:07   #1
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Engine:

technology i-vtec
Displacement (cc) 1.5 (1498)
fuel supply system PGM-FI
drive system front-wheel drive
Max power 118 ps@6000 rpm
max torque 14.9 kg-m@4700 rpm

transmission:

manual: 5 forward, 1 reverse
automatic: 5 speed A/T with paddle shift

Dimensions:

length: 4395 mm
width: 1695 mm
height: 1470 mm
wheelbase: 2550 mm

ground clearance: 160 mm

Fuel tank capacity (L) 45 L

Steering:

type: Power assisted electric, collapsible (60 amp)
turning radius: 5.0 metres

Suspension:


front: McPherson strut with coil spring
rear: improved H shaped torsion beam

Brakes:

front: 14-inch ventilated Disc
rear: drum

Tyres: 175/65 R 15 TUBELESS RADIAL

Wheels: 15-inch steel rims with full wheel cover
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That ~115 bhp engine is a big step forward, as is the paddle shift. Hope they price it right though and have no illusions about the segment of this car.
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Good one (as usual) Sid !!!

But I can't resist this -- ABS etc, Price ?
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Brakes:
front: 14-inch ventilated Disc
rear: drum

Tyres:
175/65 R 15 TUBELESS RADIAL

Wheels:
15-inch steel rims with full wheel cover
Nice specs, especially the 118 PS part

But 14" disks inside 15" rims ?
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Old 22nd September 2008, 19:19   #5
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features:

safety:


front and rear fog lamps
keyless entry with answer back
driver side pinch guard
SRS airbags for driver and front passenger
ABS
height adjustable front seat belts
door ajar warning light

Exterior:

alloy wheels No
rear roof mounted antenna
grip type handles
body coloured bumpers, door handles and side view mirrors
3d multi-reflector headlamps

Interior:

3-spoke sporty design (like civic) steering wheel
beige 2-tone interior

seating:

rear headrest
rear center armrest with cup holders
driver seat height adjustment

audio

MP3/WMA compatible
system-advanced integrated with USB and I-POD auxiliary input jack only
NO CD PLAYER
4 speakers
steering mounted audio controls
another separate remote (like those found in aftermarket systems)

comfort and convenience

A/C with heater
dust filter in A/C
power steering with tilt
central locking
power door mirrors
power windows
front wiper with variable intermittent
rear de-froster

under rear seat storage space-under tray available as accessory

glovebox-single
FUEL CONSUMPTION METER
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Old 22nd September 2008, 19:27   #6
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colours:

tafeta white
habanero red
polished metal
alabaster silver

varients-2

S M/T
S A/T

only difference between the two-choice of transmissions

all the features mentioned are standard on both these varients

as per training material, estimated ex-showroom price of city S M/T Delhi-Rs. 8,50,000

IN JANUARY 2009,

a cheaper "E" model will come without the following features:

stereo system
beige interiors (interiors will be a combination of grey and beige)
for lamps
no auto transmission option
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Oh well, atleast i got the beige interiors part right with my predictions!
Sid, no alloys even on the top end spec?!
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8.5 ex-Showroom ? Now that surely is tempting. I hope it turns out to be true

Great job Sid!!
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Oh well, atleast i got the beige interiors part right with my predictions!
Sid, no alloys even on the top end spec?!
NO alloy wheels on any model, ABS/airbags standard on all S M/T, S A/T and upcoming cheaper E M/T varients.
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Bravo Sidindica Bravo,

Keep it coming

New City with a 1.5 Vtec, fully loaded (stop cribbing abt the alloys)
cheers: Cheers if the 8.5 lacs is true.
This means that the AT will hover around 9 lacs. Great Stuff.
If the FE figures are even close to the existing City (wont be easy) they've definitely got a run away sucess in their hands. Guess the 2 monh waiting period starts.

Sid will the lower price variant have the 1.3,
Just imagine if Honda decides to rock the boat with the 1.3 City,
as a 7.5 lac lower variant

Well the competition is not going to sit simply anyways.
Cmon Maruti, Diesel SX4 @ 8 lacs, Please.
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Max power 118 ps@6000 rpm
Can you confirm this. Im thinking more like 118ps@6600rpm.

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Bravo Sidindica Bravo,

Keep it coming

New City with a 1.5 Vtec, fully loaded (stop cribbing abt the alloys)
cheers: Cheers if the 8.5 lacs is true.
This means that the AT will hover around 9 lacs. Great Stuff.
If the FE figures are even close to the existing City (wont be easy) they've definitely got a run away sucess in their hands. Guess the 2 monh waiting period starts.

Sid will the lower price variant have the 1.3,
Just imagine if Honda decides to rock the boat with the 1.3 City,
as a 7.5 lac lower variant

Well the competition is not going to sit simply anyways.
Cmon Maruti, Diesel SX4 @ 8 lacs, Please.
no, all variants will have 1.5 only.
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Can you confirm this. Im thinking more like 118ps@6600rpm.

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the quoted figure by me is 100% correct.
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Max power 118 ps@6000 rpm
So its 116.2 bhp motor. Nice, really nice, and now good bye Fiesta.
The latest technology utilized.

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Dimensions:



ground clearance: 160 mm

I hope that ground clearence issue would be sorted out. But with this low clearence, this is not possible. Honda should have worked more here.

Any idea on kerb weight ?

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Suspension:



rear: improved H shaped torsion beam
So does this mean non independent ? I was looking forward to some better independent setup.

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Brakes:


rear: drum
discs at rear would be better for a car with 116+ bhp.

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Tyres: 175/65 R 15 TUBELESS RADIAL
Again wider rubber will be required for this car.
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Sid - man you are amazing! First Vista, and now this. Can you do a similar scoop on Linea and score a hat-trick?

Hmmm... a 1 L premium over the existing City. This will be about 9.5L on road for manual. However, compared to the existing City Vtec is this great value. The GC is still 160 - disappointing.
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