Bad news for car lovers, Honda Cars India has hiked the price of the Amaze and City sedans along with that of WR-V SUV from June. Honda Cars India has hike the prices of its flagship models City, Amaze and WR-V. Honda hiked price for these cars, Check new rates.
The hike, which is already effective has seen the price go up by up to Rs 20,000 on certain models, is the second increase since April this year. The price hike ranges between Rs 11,900 to Rs 20,000 across all three models and their variants currently on offer.
The biggest hike has been on the fourth generation Honda City mid-size sedan. No other Honda models have been affected by this price rise. According to the new price list, Honda WR-V SUV has received the smallest hike. The petrol variants have received a hike of Rs 11,900 while the price of the diesel variants have gone up by Rs 12,500.
The starting price of Honda WR-V now stands revised at Rs 8.88 lakh to 9 lakh (ex-showroom) and goes up to Rs 12.24 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top variant. Honda City sedan fourth generation models will now come at a price of Rs 9.50 lakh for the manual variants, instead of Rs 9.30 lakh (ex-showroom).
The price of the fifth generation Honda City sedan has also gone up. The petrol and diesel variants of the sedan has seen a uniform hike of Rs 17,500. The starting price of the City sedan now stands revised at Rs 11.46 lakh instead of 11.28 lakh (ex-showroom). The price goes up to Rs 15.47 lakh instead of 15.29 lakh (ex-showroom).
Honda City Hybrid e:HEV sedan, which was launched in India last month at a price of ₹19.49 lakh, has been exempted from any hikes. Honda Amaze facelift sedan, which was launched last year, has also seen price hike across its petrol and diesel variants.
The new starting price for the Amaze sedan now stands at Rs 6.56 lakh instead of 6.43 lakh (ex-showroom) after a hike of Rs 12,500 on each variant. The top-spec Amaze will now cost Rs 11.43 lakh instead of 11.30 lakh (ex-showroom). Honda Jazz hatchback has also seen a hike of Rs 12,500 across all its variants.