Honda Elevate prices hiked by up to Rs 58,000

    This is the first price hike for the Elevate since launch.

    Published On Jan 09, 2024 02:25:00 PM

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    Honda has hiked the prices of the Elevate SUV, bringing an end to its introductory price period. Depending on the variant, the hike ranges between Rs 20,000 and Rs 58,000, and now the Elevate SUV is priced from Rs 11.58 lakh to 16.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

    1. Base SV variant sees maximum hike in price
    2. Remaining all variants see a uniform hike of Rs 20,000
    3. City prices also hiked by Rs 8,000

    Honda Elevate price hike

    The base SV trim of the Elevate sees the maximum hike of Rs 58,000, barring which, all other trims have got a uniform hike of Rs 20,000. Certain colour options, including the dual-tone ones, command a premium of additional Rs 8,000-Rs 28,000. Here’s a detailed break-up of the updated prices of the Elevate.

    Honda Elevate price (ex-showroom)
    VariantNew priceOld priceDifference
    SVRs 11.00 lakhRs 11.58 lakhRs 58,000
    VRs 12.11 lakhRs 12.31 lakhRs 20,000
    V CVTRs 13.21 lakhRs 13.41 lakhRs 20,000
    VXRs 13.50 lakhRs 13.70 lakhRs 20,000
    VX CVTRs 14.60 lakhRs 14.80 lakhRs 20,000
    ZXRs 14.90 lakhRs 15.10 lakhRs 20,000
    ZX CVTRs 16.00 lakhRs 16.20 lakhRs 20,000

    The Elevate is powered by a 121hp, 145Nm, 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine mated to either a 6-speed manual or 7-step CVT automatic. The Elevate returns a claimed 15.31kpl with the manual, while the CVT returns 16.92kpl.

    Honda City price hike

    Honda has also hiked prices of the City sedan by a uniform Rs 8,000 across the entire range, with prices now ranging between Rs 11.71 lakh-16.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It gets the same powertrain options as the Elevate and is currently available in SV, V, V-Elegant, VX and ZX trims.

    Honda City price (ex-showroom)
    VariantNew priceOld priceDifference
    SVRs 11.63 lakhRs 11.71 lakhRs 8,000
    VRs 12.51 lakhRs 12.59 lakhRs 8,000
    V-ElegantRs 12.57 lakhRs 12.65 lakhRs 8,000
    V-Elegant CVTRs 13.82 lakhRs 13.90 lakhRs 8,000
    V CVTRs 13.76 lakhRs 13.84 lakhRs 8,000
    VXRs 13.63 lakhRs 13.71 lakhRs 8,000
    VX CVTRs 14.88 lakhRs 14.96 lakhRs 8,000
    ZXRs 14.86 lakhRs 14.94 lakhRs 8,000
    ZX CVTRs 16.11 lakhRs 16.19 lakhRs 8,000

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