Honda Grace Price in Sri Lanka

Last Updated On January 26, 2023

Honda Grace Price in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, the Honda Grace is a four door Hybrid Sedan with a 1500 cc Petrol engine. It has four doors and can seat up to five people. Its engine produces 130 horsepower at 6000 rpm. Honda Grace has a 0 to 100 kmph acceleration time of 8.8 seconds and a fuel efficiency of 16 - 18 kmpl. It is equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Honda Grace has a 2600 mm wheelbase, a length of 4440 mm, a width of 1695 mm, and a height of 1475 mm and a a boot size of 430 liters and a curb weight of 1180 kg. Honda Grace offers five seats with luxury upholstery and heated front seats. It boasts a DVD player a 6-speaker audio system, and it supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Honda Grace comes standard with a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, cruise control, eight airbags for drivers and passengers, and an emergency braking system.

Honda Grace Price in Sri Lanka

Honda Grace price in Sri Lanka starts at LKR 7,500,000.

Honda Grace Ex Sensing 2020 price in Sri Lanka LKR 12,000,000
Honda Grace Ex Sensing 2019 price in Sri Lanka LKR 11,000,000
Honda Grace Ex Sensing 2018 price in Sri Lanka LKR 10,000,000
Honda Grace Ex Sensing 2017 price in Sri Lanka LKR 9,000,000
Honda Grace Ex 2016 price in Sri Lanka LKR 8,000,000
Honda Grace Ex 2015 price in Sri Lanka LKR 7,500,000

What is the fuel efficiency of the Honda Grace?

Honda Grace average fuel efficiency is 15 - 20 kmpl.

Honda Grace Colors

Honda Grace is available in Red, Black, White, Blue, Maroon, and Slver colors in Sri Lanka.

Honda Grace Specifications

Body Type Sedan
Engine 1,500CC / DOHC i-VTEC
Power 15.6 hp
Fuel Type  Hybrid
Transmission 7-speed DCT (Dual Clutch)
Top Speed 180 kmph
Fuel Tank Capacity 40L


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Honda Grace Review

When it comes to budget subcompact sedans, the Honda City is considered one of the most popular fuel-efficient vehicles. The sixth generation, which debuted in 2014, won numerous international honors, including the Middle East Car of the Year award. In short, it was a significant success in all foreign markets. Honda opted in 2015 to launch the sixth version of the Honda City in Japan as the Honda Grace, while the Honda City is available in India. The City underwent a significant update since it was more a Honda Fit successor than the 5th generation Honda City. The display cluster and the gear-lever are identical to those seen in the Honda Jazz Hybrid. According to Honda Japan, the Honda Grace is the most fuel-efficient sedan on the market.

There are several names used for Honda Grace in various areas worldwide. In India, it is known as the Honda City, while in South Africa, it is known as the Honda Ballade. The Chinese market refers to it as the Honda Guinea, whereas the Japanese market refers to it as the Honda Grace Hybrid.


While there are petrol variants of 1.5L with different trims available worldwide, the moniker Grace is strictly limited to the Hybrid version of this generation. Grace comes with Hybrid technology and is powered by a 1.5L Atkinson-cycle engine with an "Intelligent Power Unit" known as IPU and a lithium-ion battery. The transmission is a six-speed dual-clutch CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). The engine and hybrid motor provide 134Nm and 160 Nm of torque, respectively, and the engine and electric motor combined produce 139.5 BHP. With these stats, Honda Grace can provide an astonishingly good fuel average of 34.4km/l. 


Honda Grace has a competitively similar appearance to the 6th generation Honda City when it comes to the exterior. However, the list of differences includes a new front grille with a blue chromed grille, new LED taillights, and an on-trunk spoiler that looks like a lip on top. Honda Grace received the same wheels as the Honda Jazz Hybrid; 15-inch AWD wheels with wheel hub caps and 16-inch two-wheel-drive wheels (2wd). The Honda Grace consists of a longer wheelbase than the preceding 5th generation. A longer wheelbase guarantees a more comfortable and elegant appearance than the previous edition. The 2017 makeover included LED headlamps with DRL (daytime running lights) and an updated front chrome grill.


Compared to the 5th generation, the Honda Grace has a more upscale interior design and features, including an automatic climate control touch panel, a 5-inch navigation display, eight speakers with an audio Bluetooth option, and a reverse camera. However, the excellent amenities that most budget vehicles lack are rear ac vents and four power outlets. In terms of comfort, the front seat seating area is reduced by 10mm, and the back seat seating area is lowered by 25mm to provide additional comfort while sitting. Similarly, rear seats have been reduced by 20mm and provide 275mm of legroom, allowing you to stretch and cross your legs comfortably when seated in the back seat. The rear seats are designed to fold down, creating a cargo area that connects to the trunk, which has a capacity of 430 liters, which is ample for a local sedan. The Honda Grace has a good ground clearance of around 590mm.