Honda Cars and Prices

Honda has 8 car models available in India out of which 2 are hatchbacks, 3 are sedans, 2 are SUVs and 1 is MUV/MPV. Honda has total of 39 petrol versions, 25 diesel versions and 1 hybrid version. There are 13 automatic car versions and 52 manual transmission car versions to select from.

4.77 - 6.86 lakhs

Hatchback | Petrol | Manual,Automatic

Honda Brio
5.85 - 9.15 lakhs

Sedan | Petrol,Diesel | Manual,Automatic

Honda Amaze
7.39 - 9.33 lakhs

Hatchback | Diesel,Petrol | Manual,Automatic

Honda Jazz
7.83 - 10.3 lakhs

SUV | Diesel,Petrol | Manual

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Honda WR-V
8.83 - 13.99 lakhs

Sedan | Diesel,Petrol | Manual,Automatic

Honda City
9.51 - 13.8 lakhs

SUV | Diesel,Petrol | Manual,Automatic

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Honda BR-V
28.15 - 32.75 lakhs

SUV | Diesel,Petrol | Automatic

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Honda CR-V
43.34 lakhs

Sedan | Hybrid | Automatic

Honda Accord
All Prices are Ex-showroom, Delhi.

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Latest Honda News

  • 2018 Honda CR-V - Explained in detail
    2018 Honda CR-V - Explained in detail
    Tuesday 09 October 2018, 17:34 PMby Nikhil Puthran
    Honda-CR-V The new fifth-generation Honda CR-V has been launched in the country with a fresh set of cosmetic and feature upgrades. The SUV gets a diesel engine option for the first time. The new ...
  • Next generation Honda Civic set to be launched in India in early 2019
    Next generation Honda Civic set to be launched in India in early 2019
    Tuesday 09 October 2018, 15:45 PMby Desirazu Venkat
    Honda has announced that the new generation of the Civic sedan will have its India launch in early 2019. This new generation car was showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo and was announced as one of the ...
  • Honda launches all new CRV at Rs 28.15 lakhs
    Honda launches all new CRV at Rs 28.15 lakhs
    Tuesday 09 October 2018, 11:35 AMby Santosh Nair
    Honda launched its fifth generation all-new CR-V in India at Rs 28.15 lakhs (ex-showroom). The new CR-V is considerably larger than the model it replaces. This not only makes it more spacious, but ...
  • Honda CR-V diesel - Top five things we expect
    Honda CR-V diesel - Top five things we expect
    Monday 30 July 2018, 16:44 PMby Nikhil Puthran
      New-Honda-CR-V The all-new Honda CR-V diesel is set to regain its lost footing in the premium SUV space. The fifth generation model will be introduced with a fresh set of cosmetic and ...
  • New Honda Jazz variants detailed
    New Honda Jazz variants detailed
    Thursday 19 July 2018, 19:39 PMby Nikhil Puthran
    2018-Honda-Jazz The much awaited 2018 Honda Jazz has finally been launched in India for a starting price of Rs 7.35 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new model is available in two petrol variants ...

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About Honda

Summary

Honda Cars India Limited, is a fully owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company. HCIL was Honda Siel Cars India Ltd and then the company bought the 3.16 per cent stake of Usha International. Honda now manufactures, markets and promotes all its vehicles in the Indian Territory. In 1995 when Honda had entered India there was a mandate to have an Indian partner and that is when Honda had come in as a joint venture.The Honda City sedan was the first car model launched by the Japanese car maker in India, which is still the best seller in its new-generation avatar.

Indian Operations And Executive Managements

Honda Cars India’s President and CEO is Mr Katsushi Inoue. Honda’s headquarters for India is located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. At the moment the company’s plants are located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh and the second one is in Tapukara, Rajasthan. The new plant has an area of 450 acres and this plant at the moment has a capacity of 120,000 units. Honda’s Greater Noida plant has a capacity of 120,000 units as well. At the moment, the company is looking at adding more capacity at its Rajasthan plant as it is three times the size of the Greater Noida plant. The company even has a powertrain manufacturing and assembly set-up as well.

Products And Services

Honda has a strong dealership network in India with more than 220 dealerships in the country. These are present in about 140 cities approximately. The company has even started Auto Terrace, which is the company’s new exchange and pre-owed car division. This is available across all Honda dealerships in the country. The 3S Facility format offers sales, service and spare services to customers at all its service centres. This will help to offer hassle free service for Honda customers.

Environmental Initiatives

Honda was the first car brand in the country to offer a hybrid powered vehicle. The Civic hybrid was way ahead of its time. It failed because of a higher duty rate making it almost double the price of the regular Honda Civic. Honda is now returning to India with its new Accord Hybrid that will make it highly fuel-efficient and kinder to the environment.

Honda has even introduced the CNG variant on the Amaze. This makes it a highly practical vehicle to consider as it will help to reduce the cost and at the same time has lower emissions as well.

Founder And First Car

Honda commenced its India journey in the late 90s with the City. This vehicle was designed in Thailand by a group of young engineers to target young car buyers. This is what the Honda City was about and the company introduced the new City in India as well. This was a runaway success for the brand and since then the company has been highly successful with most of its product range.

The Honda Civic was a great competition to the Toyota Corolla and it took the lead because of its styling, power and the premium factor. This is what made the Honda brand highly successful in India and now it has got the Brio and its other siblings that contribute to the company’s growth in India.

 USP

Honda’s strongest selling point is its engine and performance. The i-VTEC technology makes the engine a lot more powerful without any compromise on the fuel efficiency. At the same time, new i-DTEC diesel engines also have a similar reputation. This makes the Honda a brand that is considered by those who need good performance and even have a major consideration for mileage as well.

Then there is the high quality of the products, be it space, features and even the build quality. This is one reason why a lot of buyers consider Honda. The high reliability factor and the hassle free servicing adds on to Honda’s prowess and makes it a successful brand in India.

Resale Value

Honda with its premium badge value enjoys a high resale value for some of its products like the City, Amaze and even the Brio. The higher end models like the Civic, CR-V and the Accord being petrol have seen a reduction in the resale value. So, vehicles under INR 12 lakhs with a Honda tag have one of the highest resale values be it petrol or diesel.

Competition

Honda’s major competition in India includes Toyota, Hyundai and even Maruti Suzuki. The Japanese automaker is a premium car maker and is perceived to be the same. Maruti Suzuki is working towards the same image with the NExa Experience dealerships.

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