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Geforce, May 24, 2008 in Indian Cars
Nice pics. Vibhor, where did you get hold of these? This car looks like a Civic cut to smaller proportions! I think one can notice the paddle shifts also! If paddle shift model is introduced in India, it will dent Altis sales bigtime.
I guess altis has paddle shift .
"The car will come with a manual and an automatic transmission both. The
automatic transmission will be a four speed automatic with sequential
multi mode and paddle shift just like its arch rival Honda Civic"
No altis is not having Paddle shift...and Vibhor i think these pics are similar to pics on page 9(correct me if wrong).....
i visited Thai site and 1 day 1 hour left for Launch..
i think it launched today at like 12:00 pm
that's what i calculated yesterday according to the site
great!!so city has bee launched in thai market ..cool!!..am waiting it to be launch here!
the wheels look too small i mean you can see the inside of the car!!
...no..no archit....they are not small actually i think that the car is lifted upwards so thats why its lookin smaller...
oh ok so that's the reason
City is pretty agressive and if it is not compared to Altis it seems to be pretty good.
guess i am flatered after seeing the pics(nice work).
dials look too hot and sporty!
this is goign to be a hit in anycase!
there is a possibility that it will outsell altis and other new launches
i still believe its(fully oaded version) gonna give a stiff competetion to altis!
its simply increadable
Hey archit keep us updated about thai launch and its specifications prices and pics,etc...
i'm up to the job!
Here we go
I'm comparing from the new launches
I think that city will outsell all the new launches
i think city is equally comfortable as altis.
only difference is that city has a low pewer engine, but features wise, i guess the are quite comparable!
lets just wait for its launch....
The first Honda City was launched in 1981 as a three-door hatchback. It was one of the first "tall" hatchbacks: to maximize interior room without occupying more road space, the body was taller than usual. At the 1981 Tokyo Motor Show, one gimmick was a folding 50 cc motorcycle (also separately marketed under the name Motocompo) that could fit into the City's trunk. A turbocharged version was added to the range in 1982 and a convertible version soon after
pics are here below ,