Honda Cars

4.3 is average rating of Honda cars by 3047 users
Honda cars price starts from Rs. 6.38 Lakh for Amaze to Rs. 15.18 Lakh for City. Honda offers a total of five products which are Petrol and Diesel powered cars. Honda City is one of the top Sedan cars in India , Honda Jazz is one of the top Hatchback cars in India and Honda WR-V is a popular SUV car in India . The company also plans to launch several upcoming cars such as HR-V, NSX and Vezel. Choose a Honda car to know all the details, including the latest price & car offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, car mileage, user reviews from fellow Honda car owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.

Honda Cars Price (January 2022) in India

Honda Car ModelEx-showroom Price
Honda CityRs. 11.23 - 15.18 Lakh
Honda AmazeRs. 6.38 - 11.21 Lakh
Honda JazzRs. 7.71 - 9.95 Lakh
Honda WR-VRs. 8.82 - 11.86 Lakh
Honda City 4th GenerationRs. 9.29 - 9.99 Lakh

About Honda

Honda Cars made its debut in India in 1995 with models like the City and the Accord. The Honda City continues to be the strongest product in Honda’s India lineup followed by models like the Amaze and the Civic. In the SUV space, Honda offers the 7-seater CR-V as well as smaller SUVs like the Jazz-based WR-V and the BR-V. Discontinued Honda models in India include the Brio and Mobilio.

While Honda used to sell petrol-only models in India for the first 15 years, the carmaker began selling diesel cars in 2013 with the first product being the Amaze. Honda is known for its engines and is often remarked as the best engine manufacturer in the world. Like other Japanese carmakers, Honda is also a name that stands for stellar reliability. The diesel engines go by the name i-DTEC while the petrol engines are called i-VTEC. If there’s one thing that’s missing from Honda India’s portfolio, that’ll be some fun-to-drive cars. Honda, in India has a different image which represents no-nonsense cars that are dependable and get the job done, unlike in other markets where they also stand for fun.

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  • City
    773 reviews

    I have vento and city when i compare both the car, City comes with the best refinement and luxury, Great infotainment and driving experience.On the other side vento with great built, Agressiveness and best suspensions and drive experience.

    Sumanth 1 month ago
  • Amaze
    75 reviews

    Good car.Its just that the noise of tyres gets inside cabin too much.It feels spacious and with mild foot one can get 18.5 kmpl on highways and 15 in city.

    Arun 4 weeks ago
  • Jazz
    178 reviews

    Classy car, You won't find a single disappointed owner of jazz.It's way much more comfortable than aa hatchbacks and buffed hatchbacks ie mini suvs hahahaha.

    Vikrant 4 weeks ago
  • WR-V
    170 reviews

    The car display and infotainment system are the worst ones. I need to pay almost Rs 50000 to fix/replace that. I'm totally disappointed with the quality of their infotainment system which stops working by itself just that car is not used and Honda is not replacing that even though it has gone bad on its own within 3-years of car purchase.

    Uttam 3 weeks ago
  • City 4th Generation
    1851 reviews

    The co-driver seat is not comfortable. Ground clearance is too less, maintenance costs are high. It could have improved the height to help senior citizens. It's expensive compared to other cars in this segment.

    Harish 3 weeks ago

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Honda Cars Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 6 days ago

    While the power delivery from this petrol engine is acceptable for city commutes, the overall performance has to be one of its weakest links. To begin with, the engine is refined and offers a smooth pickup. In bumper-to-bumper traffic, the sedan will ‘amaze’ you. However, it falls short in its mid-range and doesn't offer strong acceleration. The engine lacks the juice it requires for overtakes, and while it starts to come to life after crossing 2500-3000 RPM, getting there requires patience. So, most of the time, you will find yourself shifting down gears or patiently waiting for the engine to get moving quickly. It’s lack of punch is especially felt on hilly terrain or even dual carriageways where overtakes need to be quick. The petrol-CVT is the ideal commuter setup. It complements the nature of the engine and offers you a smooth and relaxed drive. On the other hand, The Amaze’s 100PS 1.5-litre diesel engine has to be the complete opposite of the petrol punchy and exciting. This engine gets a strong mid-range and feels like a sweet-revving motor. Another great thing is that ample torque is available even towards the low-range, which saves your time and energy shifting down the gears. You will appreciate the torque and response it offers with the slightest of tap. However, one thing that some might complain about is that the engine does feel a tad bit vibey. The clutch is towards the heavier side, which might trouble you in bumper-to-bumper traffic. On the other hand, the five-speed gearbox has short throws and is quite slick, really. Be it on the highway or within the city, the diesel is our pick of the two. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership..Read more -Honda Amaze Facelift First Drive - Changes Make It A Better Sedan?.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    The 2020 Honda City is more of an evolution rather than a revolution. Honda has played it safe by ironing out the older car’s shortcomings and making it an overall complete product. It still rides on an identical 2600mm wheelbase, but the new City is longer and wider, courtesy a heavily revised platform. The new City’s design looks premium with elements borrowed from the Accord and Civic. Even the interior is more European with a cleaner and simpler design which we really like. Honda has also loaded the new City decently. New additions include Honda’s LaneWatch Camera (part of blindspot monitoring wherein a camera is placed on the left side outside rearview mirror), a semi-digital instrument cluster with a 7-inch screen, connected car technology with Alexa remote capability, and a tyre pressure monitor. Carryover features include touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, cruise control, a sunroof, keyless entry with push-button start and auto headlamps. Safety features on offer are six airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors with a rearview camera and electronic stability control. The new Honda City’s petrol engine has 2PS more power but the torque figure remains unchanged. It also gets a new 6-speed manual over the 5-speed manual transmission offered in the fourth-gen City. The new petrol engine also claims an extra 0.4kmpl of mileage. Both fourth-gen and new-gen City petrol engines get the option of a 7-step CVT automatic with paddle shifters, but the new one has an improved unit.Read more -2020 Honda City Goes On Sale Alongside Its Predecessor.-2020 Honda City Launch Tomorrow: 5 Things You Should Know.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    All three cars are good from different segments. Honda City 4th Generation is a sedan whereas, Honda Jazz and Tata Altroz are a hatchback. Honda didn't drastically change the City’s formula. It looks better than its predecessor and retains its core strength with acres of space and a smooth, fun-to-drive petrol engine. On the other hand, While the Altroz does not manage to set a new standard in the segment, it will fit right into the mix with a long feature list, sharp looks and a comfortable ride. The engine refinement remains to be the major chink in the armour. Whereas, If you are looking for a spacious and comfortable car for your family and want a refined engine and smooth drive quality, you may go for Honda Jazz. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.Read more -Tata Altroz iTurbo: First Drive Review.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    As of now, there is no official update available from the brand's end on the same. Moreover, Honda WR-V is available for sale in the market.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    Every color has its own uniqueness, and choosing a color totally depends on individual choice. So, we would request you to discuss it with your family so that you can finalize the color to be purchased. The bottom line is to choose wisely. A whim or a fancy might lead you to buy a disastrous color. Be smart, ask the dealer which colors are doing well, get onto internet forums and ask around about colors and their effect on a vehicle's value.

Honda Cars FAQs

Which is the cheapest Honda car in India?

The cheapest Honda car in India is Amaze, which is priced at Rs. 6.38 Lakh.

What are the SUV cars manufactured by Honda?

Honda offers 1 SUV in India namely Honda WR-V.

Which are the best Honda cars under 10 lakh?

The popular cars offered by Honda in this segment are Honda Amaze, Honda Jazz and Honda WR-V

What is the price range of Honda cars?

Honda cars in India comes in the price range of Rs. 6.38 Lakh to Rs. 15.18 Lakh.

Is the diesel model available in Honda cars?

Yes, Honda does offer diesel models. You can check Honda diesel car models in India.

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