Discounts of up to Rs 35,500 on Honda cars

    We have compiled all the discounts and benefits available on Honda sedans and hatchbacks in February 2022.

    Published On Feb 07, 2022 08:00:00 AM


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    Honda is providing buyers a variety of discounts and benefits on its complete range of cars for the entire month of February. Depending on the model selected, customers will be able to avail cash benefits or free accessories, along with exchange and loyalty benefits.

    Honda City (Gen 5)

    Benefits of up to Rs 35,500         

    The fifth-gen Honda City is a spacious and comfortable midsize sedan that comes with a long list of features. It’s offered with two engine options – a peppy 1.5-litre VTEC petrol engine that can be had with either a 6-speed manual or CVT automatic, and a tractable 1.5-litre diesel that only comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox. Prospective customers can currently get a cash discount of up to Rs 10,000, or free accessories worth Rs 10,500, in addition to exchange benefits and corporate discounts of up to Rs 5,000 and Rs 8,000, respectively. Existing Honda owners also get further benefits of up to Rs 12,000.

    Honda Jazz

    Benefits of up to Rs 33,100

    This month, Honda dealers are offering either cash benefits of up to Rs 10,000 or free accessories worth up to Rs 12,100 for customers looking to get a Jazz. Besides this, buyers can also get a Rs 5,000 exchange bonus, corporate benefits of up to Rs 4,000, as well as a combined loyalty and exchange bonus of up to Rs 12,000.

    What the Jazz offers buyers is a spacious, premium hatchback with a decent level of kit (though lagging behind the equipment levels of some newer rivals). It is only available with a 1.2-litre petrol engine, which can be paired with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT automatic.

    Honda WR-V

    Benefits of up to Rs 26,150

    In essence, the WR-V is a derivative of the Jazz premium hatchback, with an increased ride height and some distinct styling cues. This means that one of its main strengths is its spacious and well laid out cabin. Powering the WR-V is a choice of a 1.2-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. However, the WR-V doesn’t come with the option of an automatic gearbox. Dealerships are offering exchange, corporate and loyalty benefits amounting up to Rs 26,150, though only on the petrol variants of the crossover.

    Honda City (Gen 4)

    Benefits of up to Rs 20,000

    While it isn’t as big or tech laden as the latest-gen City, the Gen 4 City still offers a spacious, good ride and a rev-happy iVTEC petrol engine. Buyers are now limited to two petrol manual variants – specifically the SV and V trim. Honda has discontinued the previously available top-spec variants and diesel engine option, in order to make room for the newer model. Customers can avail loyalty, exchange and corporate benefits adding up to a maximum of Rs 20,000.

    Honda Amaze

    Benefits of up to Rs 15,000

    The Amaze recently received a mid-cycle update late last year, where Honda took the opportunity to update the looks and add a few features to the compact sedan. Mechanically, however, no changes were made, with the 90hp 1.2-litre petrol and 100hp (80hp in the automatic) 1.5-litre diesel engine, both being retained in the line-up. The Amaze also continues to offer a spacious cabin and great ride quality. The Amaze can be had with a loyalty bonus of up to Rs 5,000, exchange bonus of up to Rs 6,000 and a corporate discount of up to Rs 4,000.

    Disclaimer: Discounts vary from city to city and are subject to availability of stock. Please check with your local dealer for exact discount figures.

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    Also see:

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    Ashok G Roy - 670 days ago

    why Honda is silent about any new car launches or they are getting ready to windup there operations in India?

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