Honda Cars India Limited (HMIL) has announced the annual festive celebration ‘The Great Honda Fest’ for all customers that plan to buy a Honda car this festive season. The following offers from Honda will be available at all authorised Honda dealership across India and are valid until October 31st, 2020. As part of the festival promotions, Honda will be offering its customers discounts in the form of Cash Discounts, Extended Warranty and Honda Care Maintenance programme on the new car purchase. Furthermore, existing Honda customers will receive additional offers such as Loyalty Bonus and Special Exchange benefits who trade in their old Honda car.
The Honda range of cars in India includes the Honda Jazz, Amaze, WR-V, City, Civic and CR-V, which are all manufactured in India at the brand’s two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities at Greater Noida, U.P and at Tapukara, Distt. Alwar, Rajasthan. The brand is offering discounts of up to INR 40,000 on the Honda Jazz hatchback, up to INR 47,000 on the Honda Amaze sedan, up to INR 30,000 on the fifth-generation Honda City mid-size sedan, up to INR 40,000 on the crossover SUV Honda WR-V and up to INR 2,50,000 on the Honda Civic. The brand has also announced that it has partnered with multiple banks and financial institutions to assist the customers by offering them up to 100 per cent on-road financing, low EMI packages and long-tenure loans.
Recently, the brand launched a Virtual Showroom as part of the company’s digital plans and contactless sales channel. The new Virtual Showroom platform will allow customers to discover and explore Honda’s entire model range in a seamless digital experience from the comfort of their homes. The Honda Virtual Showroom is an interactive platform that can be accessed computer & smartphone browsers that allows the user to browse the design, features and technical details in 360-degrees.
Honda Cars India Ltd has recorded sales of 10,199 units in September’20, against 9,301 units for the same period last year in the domestic market, registering a growth of 9.7%.