Honda City Limited Edition gets launched in Australia image
The 2015 Honda City Limited Edition is now available for order in the Pacific country, as the carmaker is officially stating. The model in question has a starting price of 19,490 AUD, plus the on-road costs, and this is making it 1,500 AUD more expensive than the City VTi entry-level version, on which it has been based. The vehicle has received, on top of the regular variant, the front sports grille, standard metallic / pearl effect paint, Modulo rear spoiler, four extra tweeters for the audio system, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob and 15-inch alloy wheels.
These have been added on top of the standard features which include the HDMI connectivity allowing satellite navigation streaming, the Siri Eyes Free voice control technology, 7.0-inch touch screen with Bluetooth, cruise control, Display Audio system, rearview camera, CD player, two USB ports and several other goodies. The new Honda City Limited Edition is taking its power from the 1.5 liter four-cylinder petrol burner, which is capable of putting down a total output of 88 kW and 145 Nm of torque. The unit is connected to a CVT and the average fuel consumption stands at 5.7L / 100km. Approximately 300 examples of the vehicle will become available to local customers, as the carmaker is saying.