The 2017 Honda City facelift has been teased again, and this time, the company is willing to show a little bit more of the Mazda 2 Sedan rival. Specifically, we get to see a brief glimpse of its new front-end that receives hints of the Civic FC.
As we’ve seen in a previous teaser, the City will receive new headlamps clusters that feature L-shaped LED position lamps. There is also a chrome strip near the top edge that flow into the thinner Solid Wing Face grille, which gets a honeycomb surround this time.
Less visible here are the redesigned fog lamp enclosures and what appears to be a wider lower intake. Elsewhere, the City’s hood channels look to be slimmer than before, while other areas like the profile and rear taillights are relatively unchanged.
The full reveal of the new City will take place in Thailand on January 12, 2017, so we’ll have to wait until then to see what Honda has done to revitalise its popular B-segment sedan.
GALLERY: Current Honda City