Honda City gets big festive discount. Full list of all Honda cars on offer1 min read . Updated: 06 Oct 2021, 12:00 PM IST
Now may be the best time to buy a Honda City as the company has announced a slew of discounts on the sedan.
Honda Cars India on Wednesday announced festive discounts on all its products offered in the country with the latest Honda City emerging as a standout buying option due the sizeable offer on it. Looking at bolstering sales, Honda is hoping that the offers will bring in more customers to its fold and that the OEM is able to make the most of the positive sentiments brought in by the festive period.
Honda offers several products in the Indian car market but in recent years, it has found the going tougher with newer rivals carving out spaces for themselves. Rajesh Goel of Honda Cars India, however, is confident of a strong showing. “This festive season we are delighted to provide exciting offers and promotions for our entire Honda product line to make car purchase more rewarding bringing the much-needed joy during these times," he said.
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Honda City offer
The latest Honda City, brought to Indian shores in 2020, can now be bought with a discount of ₹53,000. Honda also sells the fourth-generation City which has a ₹22,000 discount on offer.
The newer City, in its fifth generation, received significant updates to its exterior styling, cabin materials as well as feature list. Honda, however, also decided to keep selling the previous generation City as well.
Honda Amaze offer:
The latest Amaze, launched earlier this year, has also received a ₹18,000 price cut as part of the festive period offer. The car comes with a number of cosmetic changes on the outside and in the cabin.
Honda WR-V and Jazz offers:
The WR-V and Jazz have a discount of ₹40,100 and ₹45,90, respectively. It is important to note here that all above figures are maximum available discounts and would vary from variant to variant for each product.
These cars now carry the entire weight of expectations for Honda in India, especially after the company decided to stop manufacturing and selling Civic and CR-V. There are some reports that Honda may be contemplating a mid-size SUV for the Indian car market but there has been no official word on it thus far.