Not A Great Deal Of Changes In The Interiors Of The 2012 Honda City

If you happen to see the interiors of the 2012 face lift version of Honda City, you will not be in for any alarming surprises as there is not much a change made to the interiors of the 2012 edition when compared to its earlier versions. You will be able to get in and get out of the car very easily thanks to its low floor. There has been a considerable amount of change incorporated in the appearance of the seats as it now comes with a dual tone interior with light beige and black. The steering wheel has been modified and you it looks more or less similar to the Honda Civic steering wheel.

The highlight of the interiors is that the driver will now have access to shuffle sound tracks and have control of the volume keys of the music system on the steering itself and you can also set the cruise control mode on the steering wheel itself. Also, you get the very popular ECO meter in the dial cluster that will turn green whenever you are driving your vehicle in economy mode. The centre console houses the AC controls above this is the music system that has an USB, AUX, MP3 and radio player without the CD player. The gear stick is now leather strapped and adds a rich look to the interiors. There is adequate headroom and leg room space for the rear passengers and you get the most cozy and comfortable seats in the 2012 Honda City.

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