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    One is 1500cc and the other is 1300cc... aspire and city respectively

    Prosmatics are automatic transmission and others are manual

    Oriel means that the car has sun roof in it... main difference.

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    aspire is 1500 cc vtec honda city steermatic
    thats all

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    city aspire is also 1300 cc, there is same engine in all type of PKDM honda city only difference is some gadgets. like alloys navigation etc
    civic i-VTEC is basic model and VTI having some accessories like alloys, sun roof, blinking mirrors whereas "manual" and "prosmetic" are types of transmission.
    thts all
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    Honda City Aspire comes with FF 15" alloys, FF Indash Navigation, body coloured mud flaps and the side turn indicators in the side mirrors.
    These features are missing in the simple 1.3L i-VTEC.
    The engine is the same 1.3L which comes in simple i-VTEC City.

    Honda Civic i-VTEC Prosmatec transmission is the base model of Honda Civic with Automatic transmission.
    Prosmatec stands for Progressive Shift Management Technology.

    Honda Civic i-VTEC Manual transmission is the base model with manual transmission.

    Honda Civic VTi Oriel Prosmatec transmission is the top of the line variant with additional features, mainly sun roof with automatic transmisson.

    Honda Civic VTi Oriel Manual is the same top of the line variant with a manual tranny.

    Do note all the variants of Civic have the same 1.8L R18 engine pulling around 140 horses.
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    look at this:Honda | Pakistan | CITY | Specifications


    There is no engine difference. All citys are 1300cc.

    I dont know why so many people here are saying its 1500cc....

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    thanx all friend but i dont understant prossmatic transmis and auto transmis mein farak batin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehran22 View Post
    thanx all friend but i dont understant prossmatic transmis and auto transmis mein farak batin
    Prosmatec is Just improved acceleration version of AT.


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    yes i heard that prosmatec transmission has a smoother gear shifting as compared to standard AT.

    However, some pakwheelers were saying that city's transmission was already prosmatec?

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    U r right in first para.

    2nd: No city was CVT.


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