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Honda Cars

Honda cars India offers 8 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 6.17 Lakh and goes up to Rs. 28.27 Lakh . The popular cars of Honda include City (Rs. 10.89 Lakh), Amaze (Rs. 6.17 Lakh) and Civic (Rs. 17.93 Lakh) . The cheapest Honda car is Amaze (Rs. 6.17 Lakh) and the most expensive one is CR-V (Rs. 28.27 Lakh). Honda cars in India are expected to launch HR-V (Rs. 14 Lakh), Vezel (Rs. 10 Lakh) and NSX (Rs. 1 Crore) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a Honda car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

Honda Cars Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Honda CityRs. 10.89 Lakh
Honda AmazeRs. 6.17 Lakh
Honda CivicRs. 17.93 Lakh
Honda WR-VRs. 8.49 Lakh
Honda JazzRs. 7.45 Lakh
Honda CR-VRs. 28.27 Lakh
Honda City 4th GenerationRs. 9.91 Lakh

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About 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.

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Honda User Reviews

  • City 4th Generation
    4.3
    1526 reviews & ratings
    City 4th Generation

    Aug2, 2019I had purchased a Honda city/Grace in India Nov 2018. Now the car has been completed 17500 KMS.It’s happened last night while driving. I was on red light after a trip of approx. 100 kms in the same date. I stopped the engine on red light for save the fuel. The red light changed into green and I pushed the start button with clutch, however the car wasn’t start. The battery was giving the power and the motor was rotating but the engine wasn’t start. I tried it several time, but the engine didn’t start.The cops were come to me and help me to bring the car on a service lane. Then I called to service center of Honda locally. He replied, now the time is 7:30 PM (IST - India) and the service center has been closed, however you can bring your car at service center and will help you in morning, I said its ok. I asked again him, what should I do in this situation? He said please call a local mechanic, he may check the normal faults. There may be some fusing or some other small problem. During searching of local mechanic, I tried to lock the car by automatic key, but the sensors weren’t working.Then I call a local mechanic, he check it. He told, the fuel motor isn’t injecting the fuel into the engine. He requested me please put some fuel, may be the fuel tank is showing the fuel, and didn’t have.I put the fuel of Rs 500/- in Indian rupees approx. 6-7 letter petrol. But the problem was the same. Then he told there is major problem, please call to service center or I can also fix it but I take it to my service center. I refused it and give him his service fee.Then I was waiting the Crane, It will tow the car to Honda service center.After an hour, While waiting I pressed the key lock button, but the car wasn’t locking. However I was still trying the Key and pressing the button, after 5-6 try suddenly the sensors start working, I thought may be the car start. Then I sit on driving seat and press the button with clutch. The Car started, then I drove it and brought to home.it was too shameful for me, i had invested that much amount and a new car stopped on road.The problem was in fuel inject motor. this is a associated problem in all honda city car (new or old) and also in AMAZE too (confirmed by service dealer)

    Sushil
    Sushil 7 months ago
    City 4th Generation User Reviews
  • City 4th Generation
    4.3
    1526 reviews & ratings
    City 4th Generation

    Aug2, 2019I had purchased a Honda city/Grace in India Nov 2018. Now the car has been completed 17500 KMS.It’s happened last night while driving. I was on red light after a trip of approx. 100 kms in the same date. I stopped the engine on red light for save the fuel. The red light changed into green and I pushed the start button with clutch, however the car wasn’t start. The battery was giving the power and the motor was rotating but the engine wasn’t start. I tried it several time, but the engine didn’t start.The cops were come to me and help me to bring the car on a service lane. Then I called to service center of Honda locally. He replied, now the time is 7:30 PM (IST - India) and the service center has been closed, however you can bring your car at service center and will help you in morning, I said its ok. I asked again him, what should I do in this situation? He said please call a local mechanic, he may check the normal faults. There may be some fusing or some other small problem. During searching of local mechanic, I tried to lock the car by automatic key, but the sensors weren’t working.Then I call a local mechanic, he check it. He told, the fuel motor isn’t injecting the fuel into the engine. He requested me please put some fuel, may be the fuel tank is showing the fuel, and didn’t have.I put the fuel of Rs 500/- in Indian rupees approx. 6-7 letter petrol. But the problem was the same. Then he told there is major problem, please call to service center or I can also fix it but I take it to my service center. I refused it and give him his service fee.Then I was waiting the Crane, It will tow the car to Honda service center.After an hour, While waiting I pressed the key lock button, but the car wasn’t locking. However I was still trying the Key and pressing the button, after 5-6 try suddenly the sensors start working, I thought may be the car start. Then I sit on driving seat and press the button with clutch. The Car started, then I drove it and brought to home.it was too shameful for me, i had invested that much amount and a new car stopped on road.The problem was in fuel inject motor. this is a associated problem in all honda city car (new or old) and also in AMAZE too (confirmed by service dealer)

    Sushil
    Sushil 7 months ago
    City 4th Generation User Reviews
  • Civic
    4.3
    142 reviews & ratings
    Civic

    Love my Civic 1.8 iVtec The car is 12years old by 2019 and still feels like day 1 The engine has just done over 102000 KMs and the performance is just still surprising and exciting till date Has Loads of space in the cabin and The beige coloured Seats and upholstery gives a special airy feel The steering is slightly on the Heavier side feels like a task when pulling through tight gaps and small roads The headlights have an amazing spread but the intensity of the lights are just on the dimmer side which doesn"t feel so good and confident on the highway during night times so it"s better to go with After market LED bulbs just like I did and the experience afterwards is just blisteringly awesome City Fuel economy is around 11 kmpl which is quite impressive for the size of the engine and the power it offers highway fuel economy is around 14kmpl(110 cruising speed with boosts up to 150km occasionally) and can be pushed to 18 with Economic and conservative driving.Regular services do not cost much but tinkering works and any other mechanical parts replacement are gonna piss you off so be careful around Tight spaces and your driving style The ground clearance is not much of a con it only becomes a problem if you have 4 or 5 adults onboard and crossing speed breakers The car has an aerodynamic shape and which reduces Wind Drag and improves ride quality Fuel economy and performancePersonal Top speed of the car is close to 210 while company claimed and other sources say it can reach 225kmh The car has an incredibly low height which makes it mission impossible for elderly people to get in and get out The 6 speaker (4 speakers + 2 Tweeters) Honda audio provides a blissful experience with Aux connectivity The boot is adequately sized at 430L which I personally find as more than adequate (segment lower cars have larger capacity boots)With 50L of fuel tank capacity (5 reserve)Long trips can be accomplished without fuel stops

    JNithish
    JNithish 11 months ago
    Civic User Reviews
  • Jazz
    4.2
    290 reviews & ratings
    Jazz

    The current Jazz offered in both petrol and diesel variants is very pricey compared to its rivals. The only value plus points of Jazz are well refined 1.2 L petrol engine(+), CVT(++) and cabin/ boot space(+++). The attractive feature is rear tail LED lamps. The body built of the Jazz is sturdy and seems a real metal. All other specifications and features of Jazz fall far behind the competition. Even top variants do not get: R16 tyres, Auto head lamps, Rain sensing wipers, Rear head rests, Rear AC, DRLs, LED-projector head lamps, Cooled glove box, Rear arm rest and IVRS auto dimming that are offered on Altroz, i20, Baleno, Kwid, Micra etc.The main dis-advantages of Jazz are: too many blind spots, expensive service costs (with horrible 6 month interval), touch AC- not easy to set while driving, dual horn may not be reachable to small palms (so you have to remove one hand from steering to use the horn), spare tyre is R14 steel and front arm rest which is positioned too low to use. In some areas, after sales-service is also not professional. There are some other features in the top variants which are of rear use on Indian roads like cruise control and paddle shifts (that gives a sporty feeling though).Of course Honda dedicated years on cosmetic changes like addition of DRLs, LED projectors (this year), push start, rear LED tail lamps, Digipad 2.0, capacitive touch door handles (Last year) etc.6 x bottle holders are standard across all the variants of JAZZ (petrol and Diesel). No worries.For a solid built hatchback with best in market auto-transmission(CVT), with refined engine and lots of space inside cabin and as well boot space I suggest you go for Jazz. If you are looking for a manual transmission car.....m m m m m.

    Krishna
    Krishna 1 month ago
    Jazz User Reviews
  • Amaze
    3.9
    869 reviews & ratings
    Amaze

    Specially in Honda amaze I don't like front seats thigh support, and steering is hard , rear seat is very comfortable but some jark fill in cabin ,clutch is very hard in bumper to bumper traffic, performance is excellent, average is good, 22km/lit with ac and 27km/lit without ac in city 15 to 18 km/lit, but on rough roads sound come through suspension and body I think suspension can not match to this car,and I don't know why Honda use thicker tyre all Honda car causes not absorb rough roads stone jark,metal quality is very good, fiber and dashboard quality is super class I am very impressed for that ,when windows glass half open then glass vibrates more , And I think ground clearance is little bit less ,honda says 170mm but this is unloading ground clearance loading ground clearance is different loading ground clearance is 130mm,and specially I don't like very much body roll this is big mistake in Honda amaze this thing is not forgotten on rough roads, this thing is dill breaker, and rear windows glass is not completely go down ,and glove box is not properly fitted, and break bite power is little bit less, total car has negative points, this is experience of my Honda amaze no one car makes perfect I explain positive and negative points

    Vikram
    Vikram 1 month ago
    Amaze User Reviews
  • City 4th Generation
    4.3
    1526 reviews & ratings
    City 4th Generation

    I have chose Honda VX Cvt after reviewing, testing almost all the cars available in the sub 20 lakhs. Cost of ownership - LOW comparing other cars which will make you 1.5 mill poor.Mileage - Receiving mileage of apprx. 15 kmpl on highways, 10 on city conditions (AC ON - Always)Comfort - Most comfortable sedan in the class or May be a class higher.performance - Yes, there is rubber band effect which is common for CVT but you can overcome it by using the paddle shift in Sports mode. The paddle shift will work on the normal drive mode for quick overtakes, I prefer downshifting on paddle shifts for tight situations/ either for engine breaking or Quick overtakes.ECO Mode - Will reduce the performance of the vehicle so I only use it while on highway cruises with Cruise control.Over all Experience - Excellent.

    Ashik
    Ashik 9 months ago
    City 4th Generation User Reviews

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Honda Cars Expert Reviews

  • 2020 Honda City: First Drive Review
    2020 Honda City: First Drive Review

    Every new Honda City comes burdened with a strong, emotional legacy and ever increasing expectations. But the headlines don’t seem to imply a drastic change. Are you getting everything you wanted or just enough to keep you pacified?

    Jun 30, 2020
  • Honda Civic petrol and diesel: Road Test Review
    Honda Civic petrol and diesel: Road Test Review

    Could spending some more time with the new 2019 Honda Civic help us make sense of the perplexing diesel manual and petrol automatic drivetrain options?

    Jun 10, 2019
  • Honda Civic vs Skoda Octavia: Petrol AT Comparison Review
    Honda Civic vs Skoda Octavia: Petrol AT Comparison Review

    A car that’s at the end of its life cycle battles a rival that’s only just been launched in India after its global facelift. The winner should be obvious.

    May 17, 2019
  • 2019 Honda Civic: First Drive Review
    2019 Honda Civic: First Drive Review

    Honda’s iconic Civic sedan is back after a break. Does it still have the magic to make you stop thinking rationally?

    Feb 15, 2019
  • 2018 Honda CR-V: First Drive Review
    2018 Honda CR-V: First Drive Review

    As the more practical and sensible fifth-gen Honda CR-V steps into India, we spend some time with the crossover to see whether it’s brought the CR-V spunk back too.

    Sep 14, 2018
  • Honda Amaze Diesel CVT: Road Test Review
    Honda Amaze Diesel CVT: Road Test Review

    The Honda Amaze impressed us when we first drove it back in April, does it continue to do so after our rigorous real-world tests?

    Aug 16, 2018

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Honda Cars FAQs

Which is the cheapest Honda car in India?

The cheapest Honda car in India is Amaze, which is priced at Rs. 6.17 Lakh.

What are the SUV cars manufactured by Honda?

Honda offers 2 SUV in India namely Honda WR-V and Honda CR-V.

Which are the best Honda cars under 10 lakh?

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

What is the price range of Honda cars?

Honda cars in India comes in the price range of Rs. 6.17 Lakh to Rs. 28.27 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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