Honda had recently launched the 4th Generation City in the Indian market on 25th November 2013 for which it has got an enormous response from the Indian customers. After this, Honda has now launched its City in Thailand which comes with more features than the one available in the Indian market.
Indian version of City features new tail lights with LED ascents, projector headlamps, increased boot space and legroom, ABS, two air bags and it is also much bigger (in both length and width) than the 3rd Generation City. But the base variant of Thailand version of City features ABS, VSA stability control, Hill Start Assist and Emergency Stop Signal as standard in addition to all other features available in the Indian version of City.
In addition to this, the Thailand version also comes with side airbags and seat airbags, multi-angle rear view camera featuring a three-level adjustment, wider and bigger tyres. Since the Indian version of City is the price cut version, it has several features being removed so that it competes the other giants such as Hyundai Verna in the Indian market because of its value for money quotient. However Thailand version of City is priced between 5,50,000 baht to 7,49,000 baht (INR 10.38-14.14 lakhs approximately) which is much higher when compared to the Indian version priced between INR 7.42-11.10 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the fact of features being omitted.