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Honda Cars

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.

Honda Car Price

Honda cars price starts at Rs. 6.10 lakh for the cheapest car Amaze and goes up to Rs. 28.27 lakh for the top model Honda CR-V. Honda offers 7 new car models in India. City (Rs. 9.91 lakh), Amaze (Rs. 6.10 lakh) and Civic (Rs. 17.94 lakh) are among the popular cars from Honda. In the year 2020/2021, Honda is going to launch 8 new models in India. Select a Honda car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Q. Which is better, honda amaze or swift dzire?
  • Both the cars good enough. The Honda Amaze makes a pretty serious case for itself as the choice for customers in the compact sedan segment. It’s unique design, spacious interiors, premium features, excellent ride-and-handling qualities and, very importantly, the brilliant diesel engine coupled to the equally brilliant first-in-segment CVT, make it highly attractive. Honda has also promised a premium ownership experience without the costs involved. The Maruti Dzire sits at the top of the compact sedan segment quite comfortably. A spacious cabin, comfortable ride, feel-good features and a hassle-free ownership experience - the Dzire promises it all! The new generation has improved by leaps and bounds, and is among your best bet if you’re looking for a compact sedan. Click on the given link to compare both the cars: https://bit.ly/2Na5Uvs Moreover, we've a video for you which will clear all your doubts. Here's the link: https://bit.ly/2BXH9lp
  • Dzire don’t get any more polished than this. A spacious cabin, comfortable ride, feel-good features and a hassle-free ownership experience - the Dzire promises it all! On the other hand, the Honda Amaze makes a pretty serious case for itself as THE choice for customers in the compact sedan segment. It’s unique design, spacious interiors, premium features, excellent ride-and-handling qualities and, very importantly, the brilliant diesel engine coupled to the equally brilliant first-in-segment CVT, make it highly attractive. Honda has also promised a premium ownership experience without the costs involved. In terms of engine performence go for Dzire if you require a petrol fuel type car while Amaze would be a better pick if you require a diesel car. Read More: - Maruti Dzire vs Honda Amaze Diesel Manual: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/maruti-dzire-vs-honda-amaze-diesel-manual-road-test-review/32163/#leadform
  • Both the compact-sedans pack with 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder motor but, on paper, it is the Amaze that surges ahead with an additional power output of 7PS. The Dzire, on the other hand, has the upper hand with an additional 3Nm of torque. Both the vehicles receive an auto gearbox but the Amaze gets a more sophisticated CVT in comparison to the AMT on the Dzire. The claimed efficiency figures of the Dzire stand better than the Amaze and with its bigger fuel tank, it should have a longer range. In terms of space Dzire owns the the crown whereas, Amaze is more equipped with features as compare to Dzire. Picking one would depend on what kind of usage are you looking at? Primarily in the backseat? And more of city or highway? Petrol or diesel? Manual or Automatic? Click on the link to compare these cars: https://bit.ly/2Na5Uvs
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Q. Which is best for performance EcoSport or WRV (petrol version)?
  • According to me honda any time better then ford as i currently own ford ecosport then to what honda delivers is great value for money and high end quality product which is well tested and build according to india condition. Honda is know for its quality as in ford they highly lack in quality as there is always issue in electronic sensors engine indicator light turns on any time inspite of regular and time to time service plus as we know water logging condition in mumbai ford highly fail if you take drive car even 2 ft and above water level car stops working and then there is huge amount of bill you need to pay to get car back ok track basically ford don't invest and build the car according to indian wether condition this goes specially for ecosport. So highly suggest go for wrv
  • MIleage - WRV I will divide comfort in several aspects: 1. Seating comfort 1st row - Ecosport (better back and cushion support and feel than Honda seats) 2. Seating comfort 2nd row - WRV (Very well suited for long drives for 3 persons. Bucket seats are better positioned compared to Ecosports) 3. Headroom, legroom and width - WRV (Honda has put in a lot of thought and provided us with an awesome usage space) 4. Luggage space - WRV. 5 . Seating position - Ecosports (A little edge there as seat position of ecosports driver seat is approx 50 mm higher than WRV) 6. Sunroof - WRV 7. Body roll - Ecosport Mileage - both are equally good in petrol variants; for diesel - definitely WRV. Resale price - ECO sport will fetch a bit more than WRV though not drastic difference. Value for money - IMO both are equally good but still if your family is of 5 persons and prefer a top end petrol car, WRV should be the choice. Other wise Ecosport should suit you just as fine.
  • Both the cars are good to buy and stands good on their ground. On one hand, WR-V borrows quite a lot from the Jazz but manages to stand tall on its own toes. It’s got space, it’s efficient and has the right amount of feel-good features. Then there’s Honda’s reputation for reliability. Also, it’s your only option if you want a cross-hatch with a sunroof. So, WRV is for you. On the other hand, EcoSport has got its mojo back. It’s among the only ones in its class that actually looks like a scaled down SUV and not a blown-up hatchback. If you need a small SUV that has some swag, you know where to head.
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Q. Is buying Honda WRV worth for money?
  • Recently I bought new Honda WRV 'V' model diesel 2019.Before this car ,I owned Fiat linea classic diesel 1.3 multijet car which is now an old legendary discontinued model.I was also tense that which new car I should purchase after fiat linea.I was just looking inlieu of linea.When I drove Honda wrv and witnessed it's tough body and driving behavior I selected WRV .Now I am a happy and satisfied customer with complete sense of relaxation.Few important features are (1) tough built and ruggedness (2) safety features 5 star safety rating because it is based on jazz platform (3) Fully loaded infotainment and best navigation in its segment (4) 16 inch alloy wheels (5) Rear parking camera and sound sensors (6) Multiple ports for USB,Hdmi etc(7) Last but not the least,the wellbehaved Honda sales personal(Libra Honda,Dhanbad),no hidden charges,no false commitments so you will never see any TV ad of Honda cars because they serve the Indians in true sense
  • The WR-V comes close to living up to its promise of being THE most usable and practical car in the segment but falls short because of small oversights. A slightly stiffer suspension and simple additions like firmer seats and adjustable or at least large rear headrests would work wonders. While it certainly is a practical/usable package wrapped in butch looks, it doesn’t do that in a way that outclasses its rivals. You may also consider Vitara Brezza, EcoSport and the i20 Active before you make a final call.
  • For petrol if you need power thats its not worth i dnt need much power and my running is also nt so much so its good for me for diesel i think its a worth as it has really good power
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Honda User Reviews

  • Amaze
    3.9
    678 reviews & ratings
    Amaze

    Maine Honda ki car purchase ki ye sbse bakvaas car h during accident ye car k air bag open nhi hue. maine case bhi kiya hua pr koi response nhi h plz help ..

    Vishal
    Vishal 3 weeks ago
    Amaze User Reviews
  • Amaze
    3.9
    678 reviews & ratings
    Amaze

    it's awesome car and gives great mileage despite being so old now . the steering wheel gives a great feedback and has great response when required to overtake

    Sushim
    Sushim 1 month ago
    Amaze User Reviews
  • WRV
    4.2
    212 reviews & ratings
    WRV

    Best Car in this segment....Love it's performance mileage is the maximum can get upto 24 kms per litre...large boot space..Sunroof adds to it's swag..Great controls...

    Arun
    Arun 1 month ago
    WRV User Reviews
  • WRV
    4.2
    212 reviews & ratings
    WRV

    Best Car in this segment... Value for Money...Tough Safe and swag...what else you want..Sun roof adds to the beauty and rich feeling...Awesome..Just go and buy it

    Arun
    Arun 1 month ago
    WRV User Reviews
  • Amaze
    3.9
    678 reviews & ratings
    Amaze

    over all amaze is nice car and honda service too. the car has good performance in diesel engine but amaze interior fiber or plastic quality is extremely bad quality and suspension is also not good enough

    Siddhant
    Siddhant 1 month ago
    Amaze User Reviews
  • Jazz
    4.2
    216 reviews & ratings
    Jazz

    This is my first car, 5 years now. Style : its a JAZZ OrangeSafety : 5*Comfort : have just one issue, bumpy on bad roads for back seaters, that suspension [ but i switched to michelin energy mx2 80% problem solved ], wondering why they are not stock. Mileage : 12kmpl city, 16-17kmpl highway with max speed 100 [without AC 19 kmpl], cost is a premium, but you get what you pay. I am satisfied customer.thank you honda ..!

    Kishore
    Kishore 1 month ago
    Jazz User Reviews
  • City
    4.3
    1185 reviews & ratings
    City

    Honda city is the best car in the subcompact segment. Honda Accord is the best car you should buy in the Honda line of models sold in India. Honda Accord is a hybrid elecyric green car, very comfortable to drive and relax and a very good family car

    Shobitro
    Shobitro 1 month ago
    City User Reviews
  • City
    4.3
    1185 reviews & ratings
    City

    Honda city is the best car in the subcompact segment. Honda Accord is the best car you should buy in the Honda line of models sold in India. Honda Accord is a hybrid elecyric green car, very comfortable to drive and relax and a very good family car

    Shobitro
    Shobitro 1 month ago
    City User Reviews
  • City
    4.3
    1185 reviews & ratings
    City

    It is the best car in the subcompact segment. Honda Accord is the best car you should choose to buy in the Honda line of models in India. Honda Accord is a hybrid electric green car and it is very comfortable to drive and relax.

    Shobitro
    Shobitro 1 month ago
    City User Reviews
  • City
    4.3
    1185 reviews & ratings
    City

    I like so much city performance and style it's run approximately 200 km/ hour, long drive is very comfortable and space in car very nice between front and rear seats

    Hemlata
    Hemlata 1 month ago
    City User Reviews

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