Starting with the Honda Jazz, it is available in a 1.2-litre petrol engine mated to a manual and CVT gearbox. The company is selling it in three trims – V, VX and ZX. The price of Honda Jazz V CVT and ZX CVT has been increased by Rs 13,000, while all other variants have now become costlier by Rs 6,100.
Coming to the Honda WR-V crossover, it is offered with both petrol and diesel powertrains. There has been no change in the price of VX MT petrol of WR-V while the price of VX MT diesel has been increased by Rs 21,600. Petrol prices have increased by Rs 5,500, while its equivalent diesel variant has received a hike of Rs 19,000.
On the other hand, the SV MT petrol has received a price hike of Rs 5,500, while its equivalent diesel variant has received a hike of Rs 19,000. Talking about Honda Amaze, all its variants have now become expensive by Rs 5,300. The new Honda City (5th generation) is offered in petrol and diesel engines. The price of its V CVT trim has gone up by Rs 5,000 while other variants have become costlier by Rs 5,800. It is worth noting that Honda has not made any change in the price of City 4th Gen.
Honda Cars India is preparing to introduce the City Hybrid in the Indian market on April 14. This will be Honda’s biggest launch of the year. Currently, the Honda City is made available in petrol and diesel variants. After introducing the City Hybrid in India, it will be launched in May.
Honda Hybrid can be offered with the company’s sensing technology. Honda is currently using this technology in its global models of hybrid cars. Honda’s Sensing technology is a package of safety features that includes a host of safety features including Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Auto High Beam Assist, Emergency Braking among others.
This will be Honda’s first car in India that will be packed with many safety features. Due to this, the price of Honda City Hybrid will also be higher than its other variants. The company may sell it as the top variant of the City sedan in India.
The engine of the new Honda City is going to be very special. It is a hybrid engine that uses Honda’s i-MMD hybrid technology. It has two electric motors fitted with an internal combustion engine (IC). This engine is a 1.5 liter Atkinson petrol engine that will generate 98 bhp power and 127 newton meter torque.