Back in July this year, Civic‘s launch led to the introduction of new color choices, since the tenth generation Civic came with a different color line-up. To name a few, the tenth generation Civic replaced the ninth generation’s Habanero Red with a new shade known as Rallye Red, while Alabaster Silver became Lunar Silver. Along with the changes to the existing colors, 2016 Honda Civic increased the total options that were then available with the help of a seventh color, which Honda Atlas calls, the Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic.
Now Honda Atlas is following the trend by refreshing the set of colors that were initially available for Honda City. If you were or are a fan of the bold beige shade (pictured above), we have some bad news for you as Honda Atlas has decided to drop that color from City’s line-up, which means that while Civic added a color to its line-up, City sees a one-color drop.
Moving on to the good news, when Honda Atlas launched the Civic and made Rallye Red a sort of flag carrier for its VTEC Turbo variant, we absolutely adored the way it looked. While we couldn’t have asked for more, Honda Atlas has now made Rallye Red available for City by replacing the previously available Habanero Red. Besides that, Alabaster Silver Metallic on the Honda City too sees a replacement in the form of Lunar Silver Metallic that was first introduced with the tenth generation Civic in Pakistan.
In a nutshell, the City‘s new set of colors would help unify Honda Atlas’ overall color options. What is your opinion about City’s refreshed color line-up? Let us know in the comment section below!