The 2002 Honda City Automatic is the fifth generation compact four-door sedan from the Japan carmaker. It was initially a subcompact vehicle debuted in 1981 and the current version was released two years after it was discontinued in 1994. The 2002 model came with generous trunk space, spacious interior, perfect safety rating and handy driving around city. Drawbacks include noisy engine, gasoline-only engines, more expensive among rivals.
2002 Honda City Automatic Styling
The new City looks elegant and smart with a huge, intrepid front grille, smooth lines and sporty rear end. It is perfect for most family needs as a flexible and trendy car with folding 60/40 back seats, a roomy 506 Liter trunk, exceptional safety rating, and a range of engine choices. The compact 2002 Honda City Automatic sedan looks more modern and stylish but still looks a bit harsh. There are changes in design compared to the previous models. There is now familiar curve in the new revamped model.
2002 Honda City Automatic Performance
There are two variants available for the new City, the base VTi and the higher trim level VTi-L. A 1.5L SOHC i-VTEC gasoline engine is standard on both models, while a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission option is available on the VTi. The automatic is the only transmission for the VTi-L. The 1.5L engine can boost 88kW of power and 145Nm of torque. 2002 Honda City Automatic can hit 9.7 seconds to accelerate to 100km/h, with 6.3L/100km combined driving fuel economy and 148g/km emission level. Driving around lanes, streets, and alleyways is perfect just as a car named the City. It is agile enough driving around town. Parking and maneuvering in tight spaces are easy though with its somewhat sluggish steering, though driving on the open road may fell a bit underpowered.
2002 Honda City Automatic Equipment
The interior of the Honda City feels comfortable while the interior is well-equipped. Controls and buttons are user friendly and easy-to-read. There are controls mounted on the steering wheel as well Bluetooth connection available. Entertainment system is good with USB ports and advanced sound system and infotainment system on the dashboard. It comes standard with powered side mirrors and windows, air-conditioner, keyless entry, and 15-inch alloy wheels. The City is also offered with optional features including a chrome exhaust tip, 16-inch alloys wheels, leather upholstery, fog lights, and armrests on back seat. Safety gear on 2002 Honda City Automatic includes 6 SRS airbags, ABS, vehicle stability, brake assist, and traction control.