After Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors, Honda announces heavy discounts on its cars from Amaze to Civic for July 2020. As the grips of the lockdown are losing, the companies are beginning with their manufacturing and trying to clean out their docks and storage with the older models which are bathing in the dust.
This entry-level model from Honda has been the best seller rivaling up with sub-4 meter compact sedans like Maruti Dzire, Hyundai Xcent, Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor, and Ford Aspire in the segment. It is available with BS6 petrol and diesel engine options. Honda is offering an exchange bonus worth Rs 15,000, along with a corporate discount of Rs 4,000. Honda is also offering a 5-year warranty with this compact sedan.
The brand’s most popular sedan, built with elegance and cozy interior, Honda City, is also offering many big deals. The C-segment sedan has a rivalry with the likes of Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid in the segment. Before the arrival of the fifth generation of this popular sedan, Honda is offering discounts on various variants.
The Zx CVT trims get a cash discount of Rs 1.1 lakh along with an exchange bonus of Rs 50,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 8,000. The Vx CVT trim gets a cash discount of Rs 70,000 along with Rs 50,000 exchange bonus. It also gets a corporate discount of Rs 8,000. The V CVT trim gets Rs 31,000 cash discount, Rs 20,000 exchange bonus and Rs 8,000 corporate discount.
Coming to the manual version, SV and V trims get Rs 15,000 cash discount, Rs 6,000 loyalty bonus, and Rs 8,000 as a corporate discount. The Vx trim gets Rs 55,000 cash discount along with Rs 35,000 exchange bonus and a corporate discount worth Rs 8,000. The Zx manual version of City gets a maximum cash discount of Rs 80,000, an exchange bonus worth Rs 50,000, and a corporate discount worth Rs 8,000.
With Civic Type-R and Civic Si already enjoying attention all over the world, it won’t be too later that both touch the Indian roads. Honda very recently launched the BS6 diesel version of this premium sedan in the market. The petrol version was BS6 compliant ever since the launch. Honda is offering a maximum cash discount of Rs 1 lakh on the petrol variant whereas the diesel versions attract a cash discount of Rs 1.5 lakh.
Similar discounts are being offered on cars sold by a host of automakers in India as demand has slumped due to the COVID-19 lockdowns in multiple parts of India. More lockdowns are likely in specific parts of India in the coming weeks.
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