Congratulations on buying a car.
Reading your comments, one can see that you are novice in automobiles.
You should have made this thread before booking, to get a proper info on different 1300 cc variants.
- As per your knowledge this new Corolla weighs less than the previous model. You should have done some research before making a decision as this new Corolla has a 4 inch bigger wheel base then the previous model and it weighs 100+ kg more. This has been discussed in Corolla thread many times. A member @rizwan400 gave us the initial details, all of them were found to be true afterwards.
- You think that the earlier 2NZ-FE was not tuned properly that is why it was generating 82 bhp and now this time IMC has tuned it properly and it has jumped to 100 bhp.
- You consider Xli, pure luxury saloon (even my hands are trembling writing it) with manual door handles, substandard brakes, no central locking, and an underpowered engine.
- As per your point of view, the worst point for City is "Lack of mats". The carpet mats used to come with City and if they are not coming now, you can get them for 1000 - 1500 Rs. (Not 17000 Rs just for mats)
- You inspected a lot of Citys at Honda Classic but couldn't note that it DOES have central locking.
- You consider "4 wheel disc brakes" of Xli better than ABS brakes of City.
- City and Swift both have branded alpine players with USB option.
You see, the whole post is not to discourage you, but to tell you that a little homework is always good before making such a decision.
If you really liked new Corolla, you should have gone for Gli which is just 127K expensive.
You would already reach that amount when you try to convert it to Gli, but with substandard parts.
Like you mentioned that you will install ABS in it afterwards.
I know that Gli also has the same engine but that is something you can live with, as it depends on your preference and requirements but such a car without ABS brakes is a big no. And a car with after-market ABS, hell no.
Never compromise on safety. Pakistan is the only country in which this new Corolla is offered without ABS.