The three cars see a price hike in the range of Rs 7,003 to Rs 89,069, depending on variant.

Prices of Honda’s popular City sedan as well as the BR-V SUV and CR-V SUV have increased. Effective from September 11, the petrol City now costs between ₹7,003 to ₹18,713 more, depending on variant, and the diesel City sees a price rise between ₹14,951 to ₹18,791 (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). 

The BR-V Petrol sees a price rise between ₹12,490 to ₹16,994 and prices of the diesel variants have increased by ₹15,631 to ₹18,242. The petrol S manual and the diesel E manual variant of the BR-V’s prices remain unchanged.

The CR-V sees the highest price hike amongst the three, to the tune of ₹75,304 to ₹89,069.

The GST Council revised additional cess rates on mid-size vehicles by 2 to 17 percent, and on large vehicles by 5 to 20 percent, while SUVs are now up by 7 to 22 percent.

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