Front Brake Type
Rear Brake Type
Boot Space (Liters)
Kerb Weight (Kgs)
Seat Height (mm)
Engine Displacement (cc)
2.2 I-CTDi (140 Hp)
Number Of Cylinders
Valves Per Cylinder
Fuel Supply System
140 Hp/4000 Rpm.
340 Nm/2000 Rpm.
Steering Gear Type
Minimum Turning Radius (in Meters)
Independent Double Wishbone With Coil Spring & Stabilizer
Multilink With Coil Spring & Stabilizer
Number Of Gears
215 / 60 R16
215 / 60 R16
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Honda cars are known for their “safety for everyone” attitude that reflects in their build quality. This motto can be seen in their individual car models as each year Honda bags multiple awards for safety in the various crash tests.
Buying a Honda car is a great investment as their cars are excellent in terms of fuel economy, reliability, resale value, and quality workmanship.
Since its inception in the year 1948, the Japanese automaker has been producing quality vehicles that have topped the charts in virtually every automobile category.
Honda’ car line-up includes everything from a luxurious hatchback to a powerful super sports car. There is something for everyone to suit their variety of needs and demands.
The automaker has a reputation for high-tech technology in the cars which makes even less expensive car models feel like a luxury vehicle.
So, whether you are buying a used or a New Cars, you won’t get disappointed with what the car has to offer.
At the moment Honda has discontinued the production of the Brio due to its falling sales number. With this the Brio’s 17 year stint in the country has comes to an end. After this move, Honda Amaze has become the entry level car for company in the Indian market.
Despite the less sales , the car is easy and fun to drive around the city. The car offers a hassle free experience. So, going for the used Honda cars is a good option as it has got exteriors that are a headtuner.
Honda car price in India starts from Rs. 4.73 Lakhs which is the ex-showroom price of their most inexpensive car Brio. The highest Honda car model is priced at 43.21 lakhs which is the ex-showroom price of their most expensive car Honda Accord.
The cheapest model Brio can be obtained as low as Rs. 4.73 lakhs. The car has stylish and contemporary looks with great punchy performance. The car also offers best in class fuel economy. It is one of the economical cars in its segment that Honda produces in India. There is a total of five models out of which one model is discontinued.
The Honda Brio E Mt model costs ₹4.73 Lacs which comes with manual transmission and is available only in Petrol Variant. The other models are S Mt which is priced at ₹5.23 Lacs and Vx Mt which is priced at ₹5.97 Lacs. The only automatic variant of Honda Brio is the Vx at which is priced at ₹6.82 Lacs. The most expensive car model is Honda Accord which comes in an only automatic variant which runs on petrol and is priced at ₹43.21 Lacs.
Though it is obvious that the specifications will keep on changing as per the different car models of the brand, still there remains a parity among all models. Honda cars are available both in petrol and diesel variant. The power figures in Honda Cars range from 86bhp of Brio to 143bhp for Honda Accord. The engine displacement figures range from 1299 cc of Honda Brio to 1993cc engine of Honda Accord.
The claimed ARAI fuel efficacy for Honda cars range from 19km/l of Honda Brio to Honda Jazz Diesel which gives a mileage of 27.3km/l.
Honda cars specifications include 5-speed gearbox, both manual and automatic transmission are available. The boot space ranges from 354 litres of Honda Brio to 363 litres. Of boot space that is available in Honda WRV.
As per the latest information available from the brand side, three Honda car models are going to be launched in the year 2019. The three upcoming Cars are Honda Vezel which would be priced at Rs. 10.00 lakh Onwards, Honda HR-V which would be priced at Rs. 14.00 lakh Onwards and Honda City 2020 that would be priced at Rs. 14.00 lakh Onwards
The Honda car on road price starts from ₹ 7.45 lacs for Honda Brio to 47.69lacs which is for Honda Accord.