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There’s a good reason Honda cars have a strong fanbase, even if price isn’t their strong point in some cases. Their cars are often enjoyable to drive, their engines offer a great blend of performance and efficiency, and there is a sense of sophistication and premiumness to the experience on offer. Honda is now also taking care of safety by offering six airbags, three-point seatbelts, and seat belt reminders for all occupants across the City and Elevate lineups.

Headrests for all in the Elevate

That’s not all; the Japanese car maker has also updated the equipment list in certain variants of both the City and the Elevate. The City VX now gets an eight-speaker sound system and a rear sunshade, while the SV variant now gets a 4.2-inch colour TFT instrument cluster. Meanwhile, the Honda Elevate gets adjustable headrests, ELR seatbelts and seatbelt reminders for all five passengers, along with a semi-digital instrument cluster with a 7-inch colour TFT multi-info display, and sun visors with a mirror and a lid as standard across all variants.

Seatbelt reminders are also standard across variants

Safety has certainly become an important criteria for people looking to buy a new car, and we’re glad that more manufacturers are not only making their cars safer, but they are also raising awareness about the importance of safety features. Honda has also made some changes to the Amaze lineup; check out that story here!