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Saturday, 4 July 2015

Upcoming Honda Car Launches in India News Today ,4july 2015

New Honda Jazz
The Honda Jazz is getting a reboot in India on the 8th of July and this could definitely be a winner for Honda now that premium hatchbacks are becoming quite the norm in India. The Honda Jazz in India will be available with a 1.2 litre, 89 bhp petrol engine and a 1.5 litre, 99 bhp diesel engine.


While the diesel version has only a 6 speed manual gearbox, the petrol version can be ordered with either a 5 speed manual or a CVT automatic. Honda has given particular attention to interior room and equipping the car with all the latest gadgetry.

New Honda Accord

After a brief gap, Honda will most probably re-launch their flagship vehicle, the Accord sedan, in India at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo which will be held in February next year. The car has received a not-so-major makeover from its predecessor but nevertheless, it looks dignified.

The 2.4 litre, 4 cylinder petrol engine that delivers a peak power output 173 bhp will be coupled to a 5 speed automatic transmission. The gearbox will have paddle shifters to give the driver greater control over gear shifts. Features will include a touchscreen, an electric rear roller blind, an eco drive mode, a navigation module, push button engine ignition and more.

Honda Amaze facelift

Now that the Honda Amaze faces rather stiff competition from cars such as the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, the Tata Zest and so on, it will only get ramped up even more when cars like the Ford Figo Aspire are launched.

To prepare themselves for this onslaught, Honda will be launching a facelifted version of the Amaze soon. The car will only feature cosmetic changes and probably equipment additions, but no mechanical alterations. The engines will continue to be the 1.5 litre, 99 bhp diesel motor and the 1.2 litre, 89 bhp petrol engine.

New Honda CR-V

The CR-V is the only SUV in the fleet of Honda in India at the moment and the company is poised to release a new, facelifted version of the vehicle soon. The new Honda CR-V will feature some styling tweaks and a longer options and equipment list than the outgoing model.

The vehicle will continue to be driven by the very same 2.0 litre and 2.4 litre i-VTEC petrol engines. There will still be no option of a diesel engine. Depending on the engine, buyers can go for either a 6 speed manual gearbox or a 5 speed automatic transmission. Honda will definitely pack in more features as well to keep the CR-V up to date.

Honda BR-V

This is quite possibly the biggest launch that Honda is set to perform in the near future.

The Honda BR-V is a compact SUV that will rival the likes of the Ford EcoSport and with this car, this Japanese vehicle manufacturer is trying to plug all the gaps in its model range in the country. The BR-V, an acronym for Bold Runabout Vehicle (we shall leave you to decipher that one!), will be based on the Brio hatchback and its USPs will be butch styling, high ground clearance and the fact that it can actually seat 7 people despite measuring in at less than 4 metres.

It will be stocked with features and also give its buyers the option of choosing between petrol and diesel engines.


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