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Honda Hikes Prices across all its Product Range

Honda Hikes Prices across all its Product Range

Snapshot: Honda Car India Ltd. has increased the prices of all its products on slot.

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Honda Car India Ltd. has increased the prices of all its products on slot. The increased was made in the mid of the September. The price hike starts from Rs 6300 to Rs 14,250. Currently, Honda product portfolio in India includes Brio, Amaze, Jazz premium hatchback, company’s latest SUV - BR-V, City sedan, Mobilio, and the CR-V.

The entry level hatch by the Japanese car manufacturer gets a revised price varying from Rs 6,900 to Rs 7,600. The Honda Amaze petrol version’s, which is now costlier and its price varies from Rs 6,300 – Rs 6,550, whereas the diesel grade is Rs 6,500 – Rs 6,700 more than the earlier prices. Honda BR-V, the latest addition to the Honda’s carline is now Rs 13,350 – Rs 14,050 pricier than, while the diesel variant’s ex-showroom price variation is between Rs 9,900 – Rs 14,250.

Honda City sedan that has been the selling hatchback since it was launched in the country will cost Rs 11,000 – Rs 11,750 more. The diesel variant of the model will ask its prospective buyers to shell out extra bucks from  Rs 11,550 – Rs 12,150. Even, the prices of the Jazz premium hatchback increased from Rs 9,300 – Rs 9,950 for the petrol and Rs 9,850 - Rs 10,600 for the diesel trim. Honda CR-V, the company's only-petrol SUV will now be Rs 14,100 pricier than its sticker price.

The increase in the prices of the cars has not come by surprise, where many manufacturers like Maruti Suzuki has already called for this decision and moreover, Toyota is also planning to increase prices across all of its products. Where this change is due to the increasing input costs and continuous increase in exchange range. All the prices mentioned are in reference to the ex-showroom price of the products in New Delhi.

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