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Honda has raised car prices yet again. Following the introduction of the Honda Elevate SUV in the country, the prices of previously available vehicles have been raised. Honda’s sedan lineup includes the Honda City and Honda Amaze. Both of these vehicles’ prices have been raised by the company. Honda has raised the prices of both sedans’ petrol variants.

The Honda Amaze compact sedan’s price has been raised by Rs 4,900 for solid color variants and Rs 6,900 for metallic color variants. Honda City prices will rise by up to Rs 7,900. The Honda City and Amaze are vehicles that appeal to people looking for a sedan because of their excellent performance, mileage, and design. Let’s look at the most recent prices for these vehicles.

Price of Amaze

With the price hike, the ex-showroom price of the Honda Amaze now starts at Rs 7,09,900. The top-spec VX automatic variant of the vehicle is priced at Rs 9,70,900 ex-showroom. The Amaze is a 5-seater sedan with two transmission options and five variants. The company also increased the price of this vehicle last April. 12000 for Amaze in April.

Features of Amaze

The Honda Amaze is available in five manual transmission variants. The CVT option is available only on the mid-spec S and top-spec VX variants. The Honda Amaze is powered by a 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and CVT automatic options. This engine produces 90 HP of power and 110 Nm of peak torque.

Citi price increase

The Honda City sedan is available in SV, V, VX, and ZX trim levels. The price of this sedan has been increased by Rs 5,900 for the solid color options and Rs 7,900 for the metallic options. The base variant of the Honda City is now priced at Rs 11,62,900 ex-showroom. The top-spec ZX CVT variant is priced at Rs 16,01,900 ex-showroom. Notably, all the variants have received a price hike.

Features of City

The Honda City is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission and CVT gearbox options. It is a 1.5-liter i-VTEC DOHC engine with Variable Timing Control (VTC) that churns out 121 PS of power at 6,600 rpm and 145 Nm of torque at 4,300 rpm. It is an engine that can increase torque quickly at low engine speeds. The vehicle will also be available with Honda’s self-charging dual-motor e-CVT hybrid system mated to a 1.5-litre Atkinson-cycle DOHC i-VTEC petrol engine.

Honda has a total of five vehicles

Honda currently sells four different models in India. The Honda Amaze, the fifth-generation City, the City Hybrid, and the newly launched Elevate are among these vehicles. The Elevate is an attempt by the company to overcome production cost issues by raising the price of its sedans and entering the highly competitive mid-size SUV segment.

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