An updated version of the Honda Navi has been launched. The 2019 new Honda Navi CBS comes fitted with CBS or Combi Braking System and will cost Rs.1796 more than the existing Navi. The new Navi has been priced at Rs.47,110.Continue reading “2019 Honda Navi CBS launched at Rs 47,110”
Honda Brio never really reached the stage of popularity which Honda desired with the car. After being on sale for almost 8 years, Honda has decided to call it a day as far as the Brio is concerned. The car has now been discontinued in India.Continue reading “Honda Brio Discontinued In India”
Honda has entered the 400cc segment with the unveiling of its Honda CBR400R. The bike looks like the updated CBR500R which was unveiled last year at the EICMA. It also borrows the 500R’s color schemes.Continue reading “2019 Honda CBR400R Revealed”
The all new CBR300R in India has been launched at Rs.2.41 lakhs. The bike would be sold in India via the CKD route and would compete against the likes of KTM 390 and the much expensive BMW G 310 R. Features of the CBR300R includes LED headlight, a digital instrument cluster and a dual channel ABS.Continue reading “Honda CBR300R Launched At Rs. 2.41 Lakhs”
Confirmation has come that the new 2019 Honda Civic would be launched in India in March of this year. Price of the car hasn’t been revealed as yet, but we believe it should around the Rs.19 lakh bracket.Continue reading “New 2019 Honda Civic Launch Details Revealed”
Honda has announced that it will launch the Honda CBR300R in India and the bike would be priced below the Rs.2.50 lakh mark. Booking for the bike has already commenced at certain Honda dealerships. The bike would be brought to India through the Completely Knocked Down route and assembled here.Continue reading “Honda CBR300R To Be Priced Below Rs 2.50 Lakh”
Manual variant of the top spec Honda City ZX Petrol MT has been launched at Rs.12.75 lakhs. Till now the petrol version came with CVT. There is no other difference between the CVT and the manual petrol version.Continue reading “Honda City ZX Petrol MT (Manual Transmission) Launched At Rs 12.75 Lakh”
Honda has revealed the five-seater Honda Passport SUV at the ongoing Los Angeles Motor Show. In the US market, the Passport will sit above the CR-V. Based on monocoque chassis, the Passport is powered by a 284HP 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine and is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission which sends power from the engine to all the four wheels.
The fifth generation Honda CR-V has been launched in India starting at Rs.28.15 lakhs. The new CR-V is bigger in size, but retains the traditional design cues of the CR-V.
Honda has revealed the tenth-generation Honda Civic and this will be the car that India would get. The Civic facelift has received some design changes.