Honda’s automobile costs have climbed along with those of Kia, Hyundai, and Toyota. An announcement claims that the rate increase is due to the rupee’s depreciation versus the US currency. Honda City, Civic, and BR-V prices were all raised by the firm.
According to the notification, Honda City’s revised rates are:
Honda City Prices
- Honda City 1.2L Manual’s new price is Rs. 4,049,000 as opposed to its previous Rs. 3,264,000, a rise of Rs. 785,000.
- In addition, the price of the second Honda City 1.2L CVT model has increased by Rs. 810,000, to Rs. 4,199,000 from Rs. 3,389,000.
- The third Honda City 1.5L CVT variant’s updated pricing is Rs. 4,439,000 as opposed to the previous Rs. 3,589,000, an increase of Rs. 850,000.
- The price of the Honda City 1.5L Aspire Manual has increased by Rs. 880,000 to Rs. 4,609,000 from Rs. 3,729,000.
- The price of the Honda City 1.5L Aspire CVT increased by Rs. 900,000, going from Rs. 3,899,000 to Rs. 4,799,000.
Honda Civic Prices
Here is the Honda Civic pricing as provided by the firm.
- The price of the Honda Civic Standard has been raised by Rs. 1,250,000, going from Rs. 5,549,000 to Rs. 6,799,000.
- Honda Civic Oriel’s price has been raised by Rs. 1,300,000 to Rs. 7,099,000 from Rs. 5,799,000 at the previous rate.
- The price of the Honda Civic RS increased by Rs. 1,450,000 as well, rising from Rs. 6,649,000 to Rs. 8,099,000.
The car’s updated pricing is as follows:
- Honda BR-V CVT S’s price has increased by Rs. 1,050,000, or Rs. 1,249,000, from its previous price of Rs. 4,249,000.
The cost of the Honda Atlas climbed a few months ago when its rates jumped to Rs. 150,000.