Honda is the trusted automaker brand and is raising high on the success of its City and Amaze sedans. Honda has now planned to launch its bunch of new cars to increase the market share. Read further to find out about upcoming Honda cars that will be carried out in 2017-2018.
Honda launched its WR-V based crossover in March 2016. With its popularity on the rise, the new crossover would help Honda address steady sales. The Honda WRV will compete with other models like Maruti Vitara, Brezza, and Fort EcoSport and is also more expensive. The car consists of the 1.2-litre petrol with 17.5 kpl and 1.5-litre turbo diesel with 25.5 kpl, five speed, and 6-speed manual transmission. It has the capacity of maximum five people. The price range of the WRV is around 7.75-9.99 lakhs.
Next Generation Honda CRV
Honda launched its next generation CRV for international markets in the year 2016, and it is expected to launch in India in the year 2018. The car has the engine of 2.4-litre petrol with 12 kpl and 1.6-litre turbo diesel with 15 kpl mileage, 6-speed manual, CVT automatic/6 speed manual, the 9-speed automatic is the transmission has the seating capacity of 5 to 7 people. The car will cost you around 25 lakhs.
New Honda Civic
The Honda Civic is among the much awaited Honda cars and also looks promising. The design of the Civic includes Flying H, a front chrome grille, an extended hood, sporty bumpers and boomerang LED tail lamps. The Civic will get the 1.8-litre petrol with an automatic transmission option and manual 1.5-litre diesel, six-speed manual, CVT automatic/6 speed manual transmission. The car has the seating capacity of 5 people and is expected to launch in late 2017 at the price of 14-22 lakhs.
New Honda Accord
The current generation Accord made its way to the Indian stores last year. Just like the Civic, Accord is also in the top segment. Toyota has sold over 700 units of Camry in India since eight months ago, so Honda would surely want to get on top after that. The new Accord is the ninth generation of the car and consists of 2.0-litre petrol engine mated to 124 kW electric motor and has the power output of 196 bhp with an automatic gearbox, also has the transmission of e-CVT. The car will cost you around 37 lakhs.
New Honda Brio Facelift
The Brio made its debut in Indonesia earlier this year and came to India in October 2016. The front end comes from Amaze facelift, and on the outside, the hatchback has the new bumper, worked grille, redesigned 14-inch alloy rims and the new tail lamps. The car’s starting price is in the range of 4.69 lakhs, and it’s 1.2-litre Ivtec Petrol engine continues to power the car. The car also has the transmission of 5 speed manual/5 speed AT and has the seating capacity of 4-5 people.
The new Honda HRV also comes under the most awaited upcoming cars in this year. The HRV’S design is stylish front grille, LED headlamps, sloping roofline, and dynamic rear end. The car has CRV like a dashboard with the features like touchscreen unit, auto climate control, and HRV is a 1.8-litre petrol motor that has the power of 141 bhp and 1.6-litre diesel with the power of 118 bhp. The car is expected to arrive late in 2017 with the price of 12-18 lakhs.
The Japanese auto Honda is planning to launch its new Vezel in India. The car is a good looking compact SUV along with the exterior curves. The interior of the new Vezel will be just like the Jazz and CRV in both appearance and the texture. The car will offer 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engines with two wheel drive. Honda Vezel is expected to launch in India by September 2017 at the price of 10 lakhs.
These were some of the upcoming Honda cars 2017 as mentioned above that are worth buying as all the cars have got amazing designs and features. Allo above may have different specifications but they all seems promising as per theirs needs of the consumers. Do review all of them and you can make your choose accordingly as per your need and requirement. Hope you have found this article informative and do share this article with your family and friends.