Honda Elevate, City, e: HEV, Amaze Launches With 6 Airbags, New Features, And Competitive Pricing

Honda Elevate: Friends, Honda Car India Limited has announced the addition of new safety features to its various models. Here we are explaining in detail these feature additions and are also going to see the safety features of this car, so you have to stay till the end. Some variants of these cars also get some additional features to compete with their rivals. Let us see the details further:

Honda Elevate, City, e: The company has introduced additional safety features across its entire product range in India, including City, City e:HEV (Hybrid), Elevate, and Amaze, as well as the popular models Elevate and Honda City, now as standard across all grades. Six airbags and three-point emergency locking retractor (ELR) seatbelts will be included.

Honda Elevate, City, and Launch Date in India

On September 4, 2023, Honda introduced the Elevate SUV to the Indian market. Back in 1998, the sedan marked Honda’s debut in India, swiftly garnering success and securing a place among the top-selling cars in its segment. While the Honda e is not presently offered for sale in India, Honda has disclosed intentions to introduce an all-electric SUV to the Indian market in 2024.

Honda Elevate, City, and Price in India | Competitive Pricing

The Honda Elevate now has a starting price of Rs 11.91 lakh, with the top-end variant costing Rs 16.43 lakh. Meanwhile, the city ranges from Rs 12.08 lakh to Rs 16.35 lakh. The City e:HEV is priced at Rs 20.55 lakh, while the Amaze starts at Rs 7.93 lakh.

Honda Elevate City gets safety equipment as standard

The SV, V, and VX variants of the Elevate have been upgraded to include six airbags and sun visors along with vanity mirrors, and these features were previously reserved only for the top-spec models. All other variants are now equipped with rear center three-point seatbelts, head restraints, and rear seatbelt reminders. These enhancements bring the Elevate in line with rivals like the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Volkswagen Taigun, Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyrider, MG Astor, and Skoda Kushaq, all of which already offer similar features.

Honda Elevate

HCIL has also enhanced the safety features in the City, with the SV and V variants now getting six airbags, making it standard across all trims. Seatbelt reminders for all seats are now standard on both ICE and hybrid models of the City. This is in line with the segment standards set by competitors like Skoda Slavia, Hyundai Verna, and Volkswagen Virtus, which also offer similar safety features. The Maruti Ciaz further remains in a different category, offering only dual airbags and less than the segment standard of six airbags.

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FAQs

What is the starting price of the Honda Elevate?

The starting price of the Honda Elevate is Rs 11.91 lakh.

How much does the top-end variant of the Honda Elevate cost?

The top-end variant of the Honda Elevate is priced at Rs 16.43 lakh.

How does the safety features of the Honda City compare to its competitors?

The safety enhancements made to the Honda City bring it in line with segment standards set by competitors such as the Skoda Slavia, Hyundai Verna, and Volkswagen Virtus, all of which offer similar safety features.

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