Honda City was originally the name of a subcompact vehicle introduced in 1981. However, just after the second generation, this hatchback was no longer manufactured. The nameplate of City was used once again in 1996; this time for a larger Sedan with four doors. This is the version known today as Honda City 2014.
i-VTEC Engine Technology
The capacity of 1,300 cc with 16 valves and 4 cylinders translates the machine into a standard, but powerful engine. The innovative i-VTEC technology of Honda enables the car's engine to perform at its best. This uniqueness is a distinguishing mark of Honda manufacturers who have derived it from their former VTEC engines. The new technology is more intelligent and leads to the optimum performance by the engine of the automobile.
The 2011 model of Honda came with a facelift, having a completely redesigned look for its front as well as rear. The modifications included a remodeled front grille along with entirely new bumpers for the front and rear of the vehicle. The tail lamps were also redesigned. All in all, 2011 was the year of a complete makeover for Honda's City. Two years later, slight variations can still be seen in the appearance of the car. However, these modifications are not as prominent as compared to what was introduced back in 2011. Today, the look of the car is a little sportier as it is obvious from the Honda City pictures.