The Honda City 2020 will be launching in India in the month of April but the good news has come earlier. The new-gen Honda City has been garnered with a 5-Star safety rating from ASEAN NCAP. This car has been already introduced in Thailand with 4 variants; S, V, SV, and RS. The one tested here was the SV variant which gets 4 Airbags, Seat Belt Reminder, for driver and front passenger, ESP, ABS, ABD, and Hill Start Assist.
As per the crash test reports, the 2020 Honda City has a stable front that scored 13.98 out of 16. The profile is also found stable with a score of 16 out of 16. The head protection technology bagged 2.3 points out of 4. For the child occupants, the front and side-impact scored full marks (16/16 and 8/8 respectively). The overall score that the car received out of 100 is 86.54 which includes Adult Occupant Protection (44.83), Child Occupant Protection (22.82), and Safety Assist Technology (18.89).
The Indian version of the car will be carrying a lot of features compared to the current generation. Though it will be slightly less in terms of wheelbase, that will be beneficial for the car’s stability. It will also bring multiple safety features with it and dominate against the likes of Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid, VW Vento, and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.
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