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The Honda City--one of the more popular subcompact sedans in the Philippines--has finally undergone a makeover. With more style and features for the same price, the City is looking to maintain its position as a top-of-mind choice in an increasingly competitive segment.
Here's a quick rundown of what's new with the vehicle. For starters, the company has endowed the car with a much sportier looking front-end featuring a redesigned fascia, LED daytime running lights, and a lower, wider stance. The new wheel design looks pretty slick, too.
Inside, the City gets a pulsating push-to-start button--it's not much, but it does give the cabin that extra bit of coolness. There's also a sleek new brushed metal trim around the A/C vents, going well with the interior's dark and minimalist vibe. Finally, Honda has included cruise control for additional convenience during long drives on the expressway.
The refresh of the City is pretty substantial as far as updates go, and identical prices make it that much more appealing to the average Filipino car buyer. Will you be checking out the City any time soon? Watch the short video above to learn more about this vehicle.