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BS6 Honda cars offered with discounts up to INR 2.5 lakh

Written by Nayak
Honda is all geared for the last month of the year 2020 and has launched a host of new discounts and offers to lure potential buyers and convert them into customers. With discount up to INR 2.5 lakh across the model range, there is a lot to talk about and for you to decide.

Firstly, we will start off from the compact sedan segment. Honda’s Amaze which is expected to get a facelift by mid-2021 is being offered with benefits up to Rs. 37,000 which includes a cash discount of Rs. 15,000 and an exchange bonus of Rs. 10,000. The extended warranty for 4th and 5th year worth Rs. 12,000 is also being offered. For the Amaze Exclusive Edition, there is a total benefit of Rs. 27,000 offered including cash discount of Rs. 12,000 and exchange bonus of Rs. 15,000. The Special Edition of the Amaze gets benefits of Rs. 15,000 which breaks down to Rs. 7,000 as cash discount and an additional discount of Rs. 15,000 if you exchange your old car.

For the recently launched 5th gen Honda City, benefits worth Rs. 30,000 are being offered. For Honda Civic petrol, there is a discount of Rs. 1,00,000 and for the diesel cash discount of Rs. 2,50,000 is being offered. For the 2020 Honda WR-V, there is a cash discount of Rs. 25,000 and car exchange discount of Rs. 15,000 making it a total offer of Rs. 40,000.

With the launch of 5th gen City recently, Honda is planning to add to a new compact-SUV and a hatchback in its portfolio. As per reports, Honda ZR-V might be the answer for the sub-4-meter SUV segment with rumours that Honda will launch it sometime in 2021. There are rumours floating around claiming that a hatchback based on the Honda City will be launched in the near future and it will be powered by a new 1.0-litre turbo petrol motor which does the duty in the RS variant of the Honda City in the international market. The new Honda City hatchback would eventually replace the Jazz in the premium hatchback space to rival the likes of Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz and Maruti Suzuki Baleno.