Honda City gets a silent facelift model

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Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Limited has yet again introduced a silent facelift of its 5th generation of Honda City in Pakistan.

The Japanese auto giant in Pakistan launched the 5th generation of City back in 2009 which makes it a decade-old car at this point of time. Being Honda’s top-selling model due to its popularity in the country, the auto manufacturer has stretched the launch of 6th generation beyond any understandable limits. A lot of credit goes to the lack of competition in the country which is responsible for this sort of tactics from Honda. It is pertinent to mention here that the current model of City also holds the record for longest ever assembling-model of Honda in Pakistan. Anyhow, continuing to introduce facelifts every now and then has become the new trend in the auto industry of Pakistan and once again Honda Atlas has introduced another facelift model of City across all variants. It’s rather a silent facelift as the company hasn’t created any hype as it usually does.

There is not much surprising element Honda has brought for its customers as it has only made a couple of changes to the facelift of Honda City 2019.

  • An all-new front chrome grille
  • Beige colored interior

Considering the above changes, one might not feel much excited; but this is all that Honda has to offer in its decade-old City. The front chrome grille has never been overlooked by the automaker whenever it introduced a facelift of Honda City. Perhaps it’s the only difference in the exterior of the car; everything else remains the way it used to be. If we look at the interior of the car, the auto manufacturer has again made a single change by replacing the old Titan colored interior with all-new Beige. However, this might make one feel rather refreshing as the new color is much more attractive than the previous one. All this summarizes the all-new Honda City 2019 facelift.

Across the globe, the 6th generation Honda City was launched back in 2013 which also received a facelift after 4 years of its life, in 2017. On the other hand, the consumers in Pakistan continue to ride a decade-old technology in the name of a facelift.

However, the car is available on all the authorized dealers of Honda Atlas across the country with a delivery time period of 45 days. Honda City 2019 facelift can be booked at a price of Rs.8 lacs through bank draft in the name of the auto manufacturer. The prices of different variants of Honda City are given below:

Note here that all the prices mentioned above are inclusive of the recently imposed Federal Excise Duty (FED) by the government. Since all the variants of Honda City fall in the category of 1001 cc to 2000 cc engine displacement, 5% FED is in effect.

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  1. Abdullah says

    Useless modification…this model of Honda City should die immediately….Honda City would loose its place in market after launch of Toyota Vios

  2. farok sayer says

    The current auto manufacturers are thieves , looters ans blackmarketers fleecing the poor customer and background music is being provided by the failed selected government of the idiot PM

  3. Jeddy Khan says

    Nowhere in the world (with exception to India) is Honda City sold. It was replaced by the Honda Fit. The company is going to keep selling Honda City till none are available in stock, the move to Fit. By which time Honda may well have ended the production of Fit and started another model. How is it none of the car manufacturers have air-bags in any of their vehicles?

  4. Foqaan Shaikh says

    Had hai!! Its the time to boycott HONDA!!! #IDIOTs!!

  5. Nasir says

    Looks like only the Price Lift. Nothing much about shape!

  6. Zubair Siddiqi says

    Face lift? It’s just a different grill. It’s literally the same car. Their old supplier probably just discontinued that grill and Honda Atlas just decided to spin it as a face lift. The government has protected these un-inspired halfwits for so long that they get beaten by the rejected vehicles from Japan every time imports start.

  7. mohsin malik says

    Actually we Pakistani are cause of all this mess. We have so much cash that we dont spare any opportunity to spend. The only way to set these companies right is to stop buying these cars, unfortunately we wont do so.
    Secondly, Pakwheels should standup for car buyers and snub the assemblers instead of writing praises.

  8. H__3 says

    They didn’t even change the wheel caps 🙂

  9. Fahad Hassan says

    Actually we are idiots. We have to boycott this piece of SHIT

  10. Sultan Kiani says

    I totally agree with you. A vehicle isn’t anything you can’t live without, all we need is unity! They have traders unions but there’s no active consumer union in Pakistan. Just 6 months of boycott can make a clear difference, they will have to add safety features and improve product and after sales service quality.

  11. Sultan Kiani says

    A new City 2020 test mule has been caught on camera which is expected to be launched in Thailand by end of this year. But you know it’s useless to expect any Pakistani automaker to launch a latest model at the same time or shortly after it’s been launched in developed countries. So it’s safe to say that NO New Honda City until 2021! Indus Motors or another automaker launching a similar compact sedan may prove me wrong.

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