The Honda City has now been around in India for 20 years. Aside from bearing testimony to the fact that time does indeed fly, it showcases the trust in the sedan that is still going strong. The car has seen its share of overhauls and face-lifts and now to celebrate its twentieth anniversary, Honda has launched an Anniversary edition of the car.
The special model will be available in the ZX variant and will have a special Anniversary Edition Emblem, front bumper centre and side garnish, door lower garnish and trunk end molding. It also gets one month’s free subscription to Honda Connect, a service offering from the company. It will be available at an ex-showroom (Delhi) price of ₹13,74,532 for petrol CVT and ₹13,82,382 for diesel MT.
Honda has also introduced a special edition of its compact sedan Amaze. Named the ‘Amaze Pride’ edition, the special model comes with a new info-tainment system. The interiors also get premium seat covers and a front centre arm rest.
Other enhancements include rear parking sensors and door edge garnish. The edition is based on the Amaze S(O) MT grade at an ex-showroom (Delhi) price of ₹6,29,900 for petrol and ₹7,83,486 for diesel.
Another car from Honda’s stable to get a new special edition is the WR-V. The compact SUV’s new model has been named the ‘WR-V Edge’ edition and its add-ons include R16 gunmetal finish multi-spoke alloys, a rear camera and rear parking sensors. It is priced at ₹8,01,017 for petrol MT and ₹9,04,683 for diesel MT (ex-showroom, Delhi).