Honda deletes features from the City VX


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Last month, Honda discontinued the base S variant of the City, making SV the new entry level variant. The car maker has also stripped some features of the VX variant.

The City VX no longer comes with LED headlights. However, it does get LED DRLs and LED tail lights, which is a new addition. Inside, Honda has swapped the leather upholstery for fabric on the seats, armrests and the door trim. The dashboard no longer gets the soft touch and stitched effect and the gunmetal trim on the window switch panel has also been removed. Honda has also deleted rear seat pockets. 

While the VX variant is certainly missing some equipment, Honda does offer the City in top-spec ZX trim which comes with leather upholstery, soft touch dashboard, LED headlights and fog lamps as well as front side and side curtain airbags as standard.

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