Honda Cars Price Hike: According to reports, Honda has decided to increase its car prices from next month.
On being asked about the reason for the price hike, the officials revealed that due to the increased production cost, the company is planning to increase the price to bear the increased cost pressure. The prices of Honda City and Amaze are to be increased from next month (June 1st, 2023). According to the company, this comes as a measure to make the high-cost less burdening.
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What You Must Know About The Rising Price Of Honda Cars?
In a statement, Honda Cars India’s vice president of sales and marketing Kunal Bahl said, “We plan to increase the prices of City and Amaze by up to 1 percent from June to partially offset the cost increase.”
Besides this, Honda will soon introduce its latest SUV in the market. Honda Elevate SUV is expected to be launched on June 6, 2023. And the photos of this upcoming SUV were shared by Honday on its office Twitter account. In order to get more details about this soon-to-launch car, you can visit Honda’s official website. Here, we have given the existing price of Honda Cars – Honda City and Honda Amaze.
Talking about the features of these cars, then, Honday City has a mileage of 17.8 to 18.4 kmpl with a speed of 70-180 kmph.
Price Of Honda Cars – Honda City And Honda Amaze
The Price of Honda City is between Rs. 11 to 15 lakh. On the other hand, the price of the Honda Amaze is Rs. 6.99 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 9.60 Lak. And from next month, they are expected to be risen by 1 percent. To know about its increased price, you can get in touch with the Honday website where you will get the latest updates.
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