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Honda Brio, City to cost more from January

Posted on 14 Dec 201212,077 Views1 Comments

Honda to hike prices of best-sellers to compensate for rising input costs

 


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Japanese car maker Honda plans to hike prices of the Brio and City from January 1, 2013 by 0.8 to 1.65 per cent across all trim versions. Currently, Honda sells the Brio, Jazz, City, Civic, Accord and the CR-V.

Honda will debut the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel developed in-house in India by mid 2013 with the Amaze. The oil-burner is expected to return 24kmpl. The Amaze will be available at all its 140 authorised dealerships across 87 cities

 

 

Also Read: Honda to launch Amaze sedan mid 2013

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