Thursday, March 14, 2019
By Kamal Swami
Amazing Discount Offers On Honda Cars!!!
The end of Financial Year is not less than a festival for the car manufacturers, which provides them an opportunity to boost their sales, after celebrating different festivals throughout the year. According to the recent industry reports Honda Cars India Limited, the Indian arm of Japanese carmaker Honda Motors is offering an amazing discount and various other alluring offers on a few of its best selling models. The expensive vehicles like compact SUV BR-V and sedan City are offered with a substantial discount, while the vehicles like Amaze, Jazz, and WR-V are offered with free accessories and free first-year insurance. These discounts and offers are offered by all the Honda dealers throughout the country.
Let us have the look on the discount and other benefits offered on the Honda vehicles.
Honda BR-V: To begin with the compact SUV BR-V, it is offered with the discount of Rs. 1 lakh, including one-year free insurance, exchange bonus and different accessories. The MPV is offered with 1.5 litre petrol and 1.5 litre diesel engine options.
Honda City: The luxury sedan Honda City is offered with a discount of Rs. 75,000 on the petrol and diesel variants. The refreshed Honda City was launched back in 2013 and is a tough contender to Maruti Suzuki Ciaz and Hyundai Verna.
Honda Brio: Although the Japanese carmaker has stopped the production of the Brio hatchback couple of months back, the company is offering the benefits up to Rs. 55,000 to clear the stock. To allure the buyers towards Brio, the company is offering the facility of one-year free insurance followed by the exchange bonus.
Honda Jazz: Powered with 1.2 litre petrol engine and 1.5 litre diesel engine, the Jazz hatchback is offered with benefits of Rs. 60,000. The hatchback is competing against Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20 and upcoming Altroz from the domestic car maker Tata Motors.
Honda Amaze: Launched back in 2011, the compact sedan Amaze is regarded as the game changer for the Japanese car maker in the Indian car market. Interestingly, the second generation of the Amaze is also receiving the response from the Indian buyers. Now, with an objective to engage more customers with the compact sedan, the company is offering the facility of one-year free insurance.
Honda WR-V: Developed on the same platform as used for developing the Jazz hatchback, the crossover although has good fan following but one thing which disappoints them is the absence of an automatic transmission system. Keeping this fact in the concern the car maker is offering the benefits up to Rs. 50,000.