Honda Cars India has announced discounts worth of upto Rs 53,500 on the all-new City sedan in the country. The previous-gen Honda City can be availed at benefits worth Rs 22,000 this month in the Indian market. The WR-V and Jazz are offered at huge discounts of Rs 40,100 and Rs 45,900, respectively. Last but by no means the least, Honda Amaze is available at discount value of Rs 18,000 in India. All these discount and offers have been announced ahead of the festive season of Diwali under The Great Honda Fest’ initiative.
|5th Generation Honda City ||Upto Rs 53 500|
|4th Generation Honda City||Upto Rs 22 000|
|New Honda Amaze||Upto Rs 18 000|
|New Honda WR-V ||Upto Rs 40 100|
|New Honda Jazz||Upto Rs 45 900|
Commenting on the exciting offers, Mr. Rajesh Goel, Sr. Vice President and Director, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd. said, “Festivals give us a reason to celebrate and always have a special place in our lives. This festive season we are delighted to provide exciting offers and promotions for our entire Honda product line to make car purchase more rewarding bringing the much-needed joy during these times.” These offers will be given to the customers in the form of cash discounts, accessories, loyalty bonus and special exchange benefits. The Great Honda Fest starts from the first day of Navratri, i.e. October 7, 2021 and will be valid till October 31, 2021 across all authorised Honda dealerships.
The Japanese brand further added that it has joined hands with 17 banks and financial institutions to help the buyers by introducing multiple finance schemes with on-road financing, low rate of interest, low EMI packages, special moratorium schemes and long tenure loans. For more details on the festive offers, the buyers can also visit the official company website or visit their nearest Honda dealership. “The improvement in consumer sentiment and the current sales momentum have proven that there is a good demand for our products in the market. We are hopeful that festive fervour will give the necessary boost to the overall auto industry,” added Rajesh Goel.