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Finally, Honda Cars India unveils the all alluring New Honda City 2014 with added bells and whistles. As the witness of leaps and bounces in last one decade, the company now introduces the fourth generation of the mid-sized sedan. The buzz of the hour is that the all new Honda City is now also available in the diesel engine option that enables it to compete firmly against other mid-size sedans like Hyundai Verna Fluidic, Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid.
The Japanese auto major, Honda unveils one of its highly sorted Urban SUV, tagged as Vezel at the this year's Tokyo Motor Show. Taken to be as much anticipated SUV, the Vezel certainly bounds lot of potential to bring a next level of excitement in the market. It will go on-sale in the Japanese market on December 20, 2013, while it will walk down in India by next year. Honda has created a strong image in the market, and it seems to shine further with the new Vezel Urban SUV.
The next gen 2014 Honda City, as reports reveal, is all set to make its international launch on 25th November 2013. It came as a shock when mere 31 units of the Sedan City were sold in October while 2043 units were sold in the month of September. This has surely created a small hitch in the minds of the people. And, now the diesel powered Honda City is sure and the car is all set to hit the roads early in 2014. The Sedan is already open for booking at a price of Rs. 50000.
Honda Cars was focusing on two things in the Frankfurt auto show; one was to bring into limelight, the fresh hatch that will have at least 280 hp. The other, which we will discuss in detail, is the new Civic Tourer that's more practical than you would ever imagine and you can buy right now. The first Honda City Wagon was launched way back in the 1990s and was akin to a squat five door hatchback with chunks of charm. Twenty years later, the Japanese auto major has refreshed it and this time, its not launched as a station wagon. At the thrilling Frankfurt Auto Show, the company unveiled the new Honda Civic Tourer, which comes with faired looks, sporty class designing and chic features when compared to the sedan and two-door coupe counterparts.
Ever since the news of Honda intending to release the first diesel run motion machine from its lineup of cars has hit Indian ears, the quest that whether this endeavor will prove a winning one or not has build up. And still the answer for the same is yet to surface. To put straightforwardly, the compact segment leader for Indian auto market, Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire sits before Honda Amaze enters the arena. Dzire is already a very strong contender. Now to bring about its best maneuver, Honda has priced Amaze at Rs. 5.99 lakh. The pricing of all the ten variants, four petrol, four diesel and rest two petrol automatic was announced last day in Delhi. The car seems to be a true value for money, since the figures for torque and power are quite unmatched till date. Yes, the car delivers power of 98.6BHP measure, 25BHP more than does the Dzire and mileage is astounding simply at 25.8kmpl, even this figure is not yet delivered by Dzire and not even any other contemporary. Amaze has achieved the title, at its release of being the most fuel-efficient car for India, in the very segment. But competition for Honda Amaze doesn't only gets limited to Swift, Indian arm of General Motors has also released, another threat to Amaze. Chevrolet Sail Sedan is out in three attractive versions. The base diesel version is priced at Rs. 6.29 lakh, and is the most expensive of all the three.
Honda Amaze, the car that not only marks the first step of the famous Honda clan into the popular domains of compact sedans but also introduces the first diesel engine ever to have been manufactured by the makers of the finest automobile engines in the whole world (No wonder the car has been awaited so eagerly by the Indian crowds!), was finally launched yesterday at a starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Built off the bubbly little hatchback, Honda Brio, Honda Amaze has been rolled out in a fleet of 10 amaze-ing variants, involving 6 petrol- and 4 oil-burners, so that the buyers can have a reasonably wide and varying streak of options to choose from. The Honda Amaze price for the petrol range starts at Rs 4.99 lakh for the base-end variant, the EMT, and goes up to Rs 7.50 lakh for the top-of-the-line VXAT version. The diesel models of the Amaze, in the meantime, have been positioned in the price bracket of Rs 5.99-7.60 lakh (All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).
Putting an end to the nail-biting awaitance for the car fanatics as well as aspiring car buyers, the Honda Amaze launch in India is just a few hours ahead. Frankly, this is literally a revolutionary phenomenon in the Indian automobile industry. Though its competitors have introduced quite a number of diesel models, Honda so far remained obstinate in abstaining from producing diesel cars. Just because of this factor, they have lost a considerable share of the potential customers who have gone for the diesel cars from other brands. Honda is back now, with its maiden diesel model – Honda Amaze.
Honda, the leading Japanese automobile manufacturer has revealed its plan to invest Rs. 2500 crore on a new car plant in Rajasthan. The Honda spokesperson also mentioned that it is going to drive in a few new models for the Indian automobile market, and it would double the production capacity to 2.4 lakh units per year. The new investment is meant for the construction of a car assembly as well as a diesel engine component production line.
So far as the location for this dream plant is concerned, Honda has chosen Tapukara in Alwar district, Rajasthan. If everything goes according to the plans, this dream plant is going to start operating by 2014. In that case, it is going to be the second manufacturing facility of Honda in India, the first and only one being located at Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh.
There is no scope for denial to the fact that Honda has a very strong customer base in India. However, its plan for the new plant is starting to materialise at a time when records reveal a car sales crash in the Indian automobile market. This is the first time in last ten years that the car sales figures declined to negative in 2012-13.
It won’t be long now before the most eagerly awaited car of the year 2013, the spectacular Honda Amaze, is seen dashing across the Indian roads. Just a few days back, an official announcement made by the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese auto-giant revealed the company’s plans for bringing out their first ever diesel offering sometime during next month. And now, a report provided by AutoCar India, which came out yesterday, has ensured that the 16th of April is the exact date that has been chosen by the company to at last roll out the amazing Amaze in India. Although no official word from Honda India has been received on this Honda Amaze launch date, this new revelation has definitely provided a significant boost to the excitement levels of auto-enthusiasts across the nation.
Honda Amaze, the first car from the celebrated camp of Honda that will be driven by a diesel engine, will soon be seen zooming across the Indian roads. With its much-anticipated launch slated down for the next month, there is a lot of excitement amongst the car-enthusiasts of India for the dynamic compact sedan. Ever since the day when this launch was announced by the Japanese clan, a lot of speculations and rumours have been floating around, guessing at what exactly will this incredible ride have to offer its buyers. Putting an end to most, if not all, of those guessworks, a list of the specifications and features of the upcoming car have been revealed by Team-BHP. However, nothing has been disclosed regarding the Honda Amaze price, and it still remains restricted to the domain of speculations, which places it somewhere around the starting mark of Rs 5.50 - 6 lakh.
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