Honda City 5th Generation
The new generation City is getting benefits of up to Rs 27,496 this month. This includes cash discount of up to Rs 5,000 or free (FOC) accessories up to Rs 5,496. Customers can also avail a discount of Rs 5,000 on car exchange, while Honda customers can avail an additional Rs 5,000 loyalty bonus. In addition, the company is offering an exchange bonus of Rs 7,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000.
The Honda WR-V is offering benefits of up to Rs 27,000 in August. This includes a car exchange discount of Rs 10,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000. Existing Honda customers can also avail a loyalty bonus of Rs 5,000. Apart from this, the company is also giving an exchange bonus of Rs 7,000.
In August, benefits of up to Rs 25,000 are available on Honda Jazz. The total benefits include a discount of Rs 10,000 on car exchange. Apart from this, customers can also avail a car exchange bonus of Rs 7,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 3,000. Additionally, the company also offers a customer loyalty bonus of Rs 5,000.
The discount offer on Honda Amaze from July has been retained till August 2022. The compact sedan continues to attract profits of up to Rs 8,000 this month. This includes a loyalty bonus of Rs 5,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 3,000.
Honda City 4th Generation
The fourth generation Honda City is being offered with a loyalty benefit of Rs 5,000. It is worth noting that the discounts like car exchange and corporate discount are not applicable on the 4th gen Honda City.
Honda Cars India has released the sales figures for July 2022. The carmaker managed to sell 6,784 units in July 2022, registering an annual growth of 12 per cent. The company’s domestic sales stood at 6,055 units in the same period last year.
According to Honda Cars India, the company exported 2,104 units in July 2022, while in July 2021 this figure was of exports of 918 units. However, on a month-on-month basis, Honda’s sales declined by 13.4 percent. The company was successful in selling 7,834 cars in the domestic market in June 2022.
If reports are to be believed, Honda Cars India is preparing to stop the production of some of its models in India. The company can impose public on the production of its selected premium cars in India. After this, Honda Cars India will primarily sell only three models in India.
According to a report, Honda Cars India, the Indian arm of Japanese carmaker Honda, may stop production of Jazz, WR-V and the fourth generation City sedan in India. With the closure of the product, the sale of all three models in India will also be stopped.