The 2017 Honda City facelift has been teased in Thailand ahead of its launch early next year.
The fourth generation Honda City is all set to receive a facelift and the updated model has been teased in Thailand. With this update, the City is going to receive changes to the exteriors and interiors while the equipment list is also going to be upgraded. The facelifted City will be launched in Thailand on 12th January 2017.
On the outside, the City now gets LED headlamps with LED DRLs. The grille will get a slight revision in design too while we can also expect the bumper to get a tweak. The lower variants will get projector headlamps instead of full LED lights. The rear will also get a mild redesign while the side profile will be largely unchanged except the addition of new alloys.
The interiors will have a longer equipment list comprising of leather seats and side and curtain airbags on the top variants. Honda will plonk in a new touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay too. The City will continue to come with the same mechanicals and no changes are expected on that front.
2017 Honda City
– The 2017 Honda City has been teased in Thailand
– The Honda City will get tweaks to the design
– The equipment list will become longer