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    #41
    I want to see it on the street next year.

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    #42
    maganda kaya ang suspension nito? i hope so.

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    #43
    Magkano kaya ang itataas ng presyo as compared to the present model?

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    #44
    Pag all new edi pati engine bago kaya?

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by 20santafe14 View Post
    Pag all new edi pati engine bago kaya?
    Based on the reports, same 1.5L engine pa din as the current. For sure the 1.3L will be the same too. I hope because of their lagging sales, Honda will bring the 1.5L diesel engine too.

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    #46
    any updates for the city?

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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by weszt View Post
    any updates for the city?
    Ayon sa tsismis. 2014 City is all 1.5Liter. No more 1.3L.

    1.5S MT
    1.5S CVT
    1.5E CVT
    1.5E NCAP

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    #48
    From Topgear.

    Specifications of all-new Honda City finally revealed | TopGear.com.ph

    In November 2013, Honda revealed the all-new City in India. While the Japanese carmaker did share that the subcompact sedan would be available with a 1.5-liter diesel engine along with a 1.5-liter gasoline mill, the power output of both units were not disclosed. Nearly two months later, Honda has finally revealed the specs of the fourth-generation City.

    The new City's Earth Dream Technology diesel engine produces 99hp and 200Nm of torque. Paired with a newly developed six-speed manual transmission, this engine supposedly yields an industry-best fuel efficiency of 26km/L.

    The gasoline-powered 1.5-liter engine, on the other hand, puts out 117hp and 145Nm of torque. Mated to a continuously variable transmission, this powerplant has a fuel efficiency of 18km/L; with a five-speed manual transmission, fuel efficiency slightly dips at 17.8km/L.

    Typically Honda, the City's interior space makes use of the carmaker's "man maximum, machine minimum" philosophy, giving the car class-leading rear legroom and head clearance to go with its expansive 510L boot space.

    The use of high-tensile steel gives the vehicle a lightweight yet highly rigid body structure, while the new-geometry MacPherson strut front and high-rigidity H-shaped twist beam rear suspensions offer operation stability and comfortable ride. A new electronic power steering system also rewards the driver with a high-quality steering feel.

    It's not only the City's mechanical bits that have been enhanced; it also gets a segment-first automatic air-conditioning system with touchscreen control. Other new additions to the car are rear air-condition vents and rear parking camera with multiple views. In addition, the CVT variant will be equipped with a paddle-shift option, letting the driver enjoy a stick-like driving feel.

    So, which features would you like to see in the Philippine-market City when the car is launched locally?

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    #49
    mas mura ba sa maintenance ang honda pag lumabas ung diesel? in the long run ano mas economical na car gasoline city o diesel city?


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    Quote Originally Posted by weszt View Post
    mas mura ba sa maintenance ang honda pag lumabas ung diesel? in the long run ano mas economical na car gasoline city o diesel city?


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    for the private motorist, the answer is punctuated by buts and ifs. but to the public utility vehicle operator, diesel outshines gas.

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