2017 Honda City Modulo Price, Specs, Release Date, Review
Honda revealed the new 2017 Honda City Modulo, the facelift version at 2017 Bangkok International Motor Show. We see that the car has better dynamic look with the facelifted exterior design. The front and the rear bumpers give a significant change for its new look.
As we explained that what Honda did to the 2017 Honda City Modulo was to make it more dynamic outside. The company started the change by offering extended front and rear bumper. They also redesigned the side skirts and the rear wing. The car uses the 15-inch of alloy rims from the standard Honda City VX. As a result, the car now goes with new LED headlamps, redesigned bumpers, LED DRLs, bolder chrome grille, as well as new alloy rim designs.
We can say that the new body kit makes it sportier than the previous model. Now, the facelifted exterior helps the car to go with more edgy look. The exclusive changes for its rear wing and taillight graphics are enough to attract the potential buyers on the market.
When it comes to the cabin design, the new 2017 Honda City Modulo has something more interesting than the previous model. Now, Honda supports it with a speed-sensing auto door lock, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering adjustment, LED cabin lights, 60:40 split folding rear seats, and a 6.8-inch of touchscreen for audio system. Even Honda offers it with a reverse parking camera as a new feature.
Of course, these changes make the interior more interesting than the previous model. It has more complete features than better. The vehicle has a competitive design to provide both driver and passengers in ultimate comfort.
In Thailand, all variants of 2017 Honda City Modulo are going to use a 1.5-liter i-VTEC petrol engine to make 117 hp and 146 Nm of torque power. This engine may go with a five-speed manual or a CVT unit with paddle shifters for its front-wheel drive setup.
2017 Honda City Modulo Release Date and Price
Honda launched the vehicle in Thailand and they are entering India to promote their car. It is available in five trim levels, which are S, V, V+, SV, and the last is the top model SV+. For the price, the company does not change it. It means the base of 2017 Honda City Modulo is going to be about 550,000 baht while the top model can reach 751,000 baht.