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.
A special edition Honda BR-V has been launched here in India. Called the Style edition, it has been priced at Rs.10.44 lakh for the S MT petrol variant and going up to Rs.13.74 lakh for the VX MT diesel trim.
A Special edition Honda WR-V has been launched by Honda in India. Called the WR-V Alive, this edition has been priced at Rs.8.02 lakhs for the petrol version and Rs.9.11 lakhs for the diesel version. Compared to the standard Honda WR-V S variant, both the Alive versions have been priced Rs.23,500 higher.
Facelifted Honda HR-V Revealed at the GIIAS The curtains have been lifted off the ASEAN spec Honda HR-V at the ongoing GIIAS 2018 in Indonesia.
A new nine-speed automatic gearbox version of the Honda Civic has been introduced. This is the first time an automatic version has been introduced on the Honda Civic.
Very quietly Honda has launched the Activa-i in India. Priced at Rs.50,010, the Activa-I is mainly targeted towards female riders. The Activa-I gets five new colour schemes – Candy Jazzy Blue, Imperial Red Metallic, Lush Magneta Metallic, Orchid Purple Metallic and Mat Axis Grey Metallic.
The new and updated Honda Jazz has been launched in India with a price tag starting at Rs.7.35 lakhs and going up to Rs.9.29 lakhs. There has not been any big design or mechanical changes made to the Jazz, but the car does receive some additional equipment and some other cosmetic changes.
It seems the full list features has been leaked just ahead of the launch of the updated Honda Jazz. The car would be launched in four petrol and three diesel variants and will have manual and CVT transmission options as well. The features list has been leaked for three variants – S, V and VX.