Honda Cars to Choose|| Specifications, Features, And Summary

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Best Honda Cars to Choose
  1. Honda Amaze

With the Exclusive Edition at Rs 7,96 lakh, Honda Cars India has added yet another limited-run Amaze. It continues to use the current petrol and diesel engine choices with manual and automatic options based on the top-spec VX variant. It gets add-ons such as chrome accents on the window moulding, chrome garnish around the fog lamps and trunk, black seat cover, armrests, step lighting with front foot lighting, and an Exclusive Edition Badge, aside from all the features of the VX variant.

Honda Amaze Specifications

Two BS6-compliant engine options fuel the Honda Amaze: a 1.2-liter petrol and a 1.5-liter diesel engine. 90PS of power and 110Nm of torque are produced by the petrol engine. With either a 5-speed manual or CVT, it can be had. Meanwhile, diesel with the same transmission options is offered. 100PS and 200Nm are developed in the manual variant, while 80PS and 160Nm are provided by the CVT. The Amaze is 3,995 mm long, 1,695 mm wide, and 1,501 mm tall in terms of measurements. It has a wheelbase measuring 2,470 mm.

Honda Amaze Variants

There are four models offered for the Honda Amaze: E, S, V and VX. Five colour options are available: red, grey, silver, white and brown.

Honda Amaze Features

Exterior characteristics feature halogen headlamps, 15-inch alloy wheels, and halogen tail lamps in the Honda Amaze. Within, it comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, steering-mounted audio controls, cruise control, push-button start keyless entry, as well as a multi-info monitor. Dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, and ISOFIX infant seat mounts are available on the safety front.

Honda Amaze Summary

SpecificPetrolDiesel
Engine1199 CC1498 CC
MileageManual: 18.6 KmplAutomatic: 18.3 KmplManual: 18.3 KmplAutomatic: 21 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear BoxMTCVT
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
TransmissionManual/AutomaticManual/Automatic
Power88.76bhp@6000rpm78.9bhp@3600rpm
Boot Space420 Litres420 Liters
Max Torque110Nm@4800rpm160Nm@1750rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda Amaze 

Pros of Honda AmazeComfortable travel on all surfaces, including over broken highways, noiseless suspension.

Improved total interior space, including 1-litre bottle holders on both doors, and expanded storage space.

The Diesel-CVT is smooth, powerful and appropriate for the region.

Largest-in-segment, well-shaped luggage compartment.

Comfortable front and rear seats, no problems for tall passengers seated behind each other.
Cons of Honda AmazeA list of missing features-automatic headlamps, automatic wipers, headlamps for projectors.

The rear headroom is not comfortable with the premium, fixed headrests.

Cost-cutting is apparent in fit and finish problems.
  1. Honda All New City

With dignified stature and superior technical prowess, the All-New City is smartly styled. The iconic Honda Strong Wing Face is presented by a large, upper-grill in the front and lifts the car to a position of prominence. With the integration of Complete LED Headlamps (with 9 LED array inline shell, integrated LED DRL, L-Shaped LED Turn Indicator), this bold front is brought to the next stage, a first in the market. Z-shaped 3D Wrap Around LED Tail Lamps with Uniform Edge Light & LED Side Marker Lights help to highlight the car’s sleek look at the rear of the All-New Area.

Honda All New City Specifications

Convenience reigns supreme in the All-New City in the form of the Honda Advanced Smart Key System. With the First Walk Away Auto Lock feature from City (the car automatically locks itself when the key is more than 1.5 metres away from it), Remote Engine Start (in CVT) and Keyless Window Remote Operation (for all windows and sunroof). The inclusion of AC vents in the rear of the vehicle also leads to the sense of luxurious luxury and helps to keep the cabin evenly cold.

Honda All New City Variants

Innovation by Honda is at its finest, developed as part of Earth Dreams Technology, CVT or Continuously Variable Transmission. CVT makes the trip easier since power from the engine is constantly fed to the car tyres. This guarantees that the engine operates within a speed range that is best for fuel economy (in the All-New Area, 18.4 km / l * *). Elevate the hurry with the dominance of the Honda CVT with 7-Speed Paddle Shifters, new Phase Up-shift and Brake Down-shift control.

Honda All New City Features

The Manual Transmission (MT) currently features 6 forward speed ratios for both petrol and diesel cars. With increased fuel efficiency, this achieves a better driving experience. For exciting pick-up / acceleration, the 5 gear ratios are balanced, while the additional 6th gear overdrive ratio maximises stress-free low motor revolutions while smashing at high speeds, and this is what ensures improved fuel economy.

Honda All New City Summary

SpecificPetrolDiesel
Engine1199 CC1498 CC
MileageManual: 17.8 KmplAutomatic: 18.4 KmplManual: 24.1 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear BoxMTCVT
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
TransmissionManualManual/Automatic
Power119.35bhp@6600rpm78.9bhp@3600rpm
Boot Space420 Litres420 Liters
Max Torque145Nm@4300rpm160Nm@1750rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda All New City 

Pros of Honda All New CityOn the inside, it is ultra-spacious, the luxury levels on offer with the City could call to shame the cars from the higher segment.

It gets a superior CVT gearbox that makes the driving experience enjoyable in tandem with the brilliant driving aesthetics and easy to drive petrol engines.

Segment first features like lane shift warning and a range of safety features like Hill Start Assist (HSA), Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) and Agile Handling Assist (HSA)
Cons of Honda All New CityThere is no sort of boasting about the quality of the interiors on sale, it is not very bad, but definitely should have been better, certainly for the company’s best selling car in the world

While it has some segment-first characteristics, it misses features such as ventilated seats and driven driver seats.

While it has some segment-first characteristics, it misses features such as ventilated seats and driven driver seats.
  1. Honda Civic

With prices starting from Rs 20.75 lakh, Honda Cars India has introduced the BS6 Civic diesel. Only the base-spec VX MT model, courtesy of the inclusion of six airbags, offered a price increase of Rs 20,000. Honda’s 1.6-litre I diesel engine that produces 120PS and 300Nm continues to be used by the BS6 Civic diesel. It is sold with only a manual 6-speed transmission.

Honda Civic Specifications

A BS6-compliant 1.8-liter petrol delivering 141PS of power and 174Nm of torque is powered by the Civic. This engine is only compatible with a CVT gearbox. You should have the modified 1.6-litre I diesel engine that produces 120PS and 300Nm if you want a diesel. It is sold with only a manual 6-speed transmission. There are 120PS and 300Nm on tap in the diesel engine, which seems a little underwhelming. Again, there is virtually nothing inside the city for which you can crib. However, you’d like some extra go-power outside on the highway.

Honda Civic Variants

There are three models of the Honda Civic available: V, VX, and ZX. Prices start from Rs 17.94 lakh for the base V variant and go all the way up to Rs 21.25 lakh (all ex-showroom India) for the top-spec ZX version.

Honda Civic Features

LED headlights with DRLs, fog lamps, and 17-inch alloy wheels provide style highlights. Within, a 7-inch all-digital instrument cluster, a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen display, 8-way power-adjustable driver seat, dual-zone climate control, remote start of the engine, and lane watch feature are available. ABS+EBD, brake aid, automatic brake hold, traction control vehicle stability assist, hill start assist (HSA), six airbags, and ISOFIX infant seat mounts are part of the safety package.

Honda Civic Summary

SpecificsPetrolDiesel
Engine1799 CC1597 CC
Mileage16.5 Kmpl23.9 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear Box6-Speed6-Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
TransmissionAutomaticManual
Power139.46bhp@6500rpm118bhp@4000rpm
No. of Cylinders44
Boot Space430 Liters430 Liters
Length*Width*Height4656*1799*1433 mm^34656*1799*1433 mm^3
Max Torque174Nm@4300rpm300Nm@2000rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda Civic

Pros of Honda CivicThe safety. Four disc brakes, six airbags, and technology such as automotive stability control.

Astonishing style. Makes an impact similar to more luxurious luxury cars.

Package Trip and Handling. Beautifully tuned for India, while making you smile at the twisties, the Civic laughs at potholes and broken paths.
Cons of Honda CivicThe fuel engine doesn’t get a manual, while the diesel commuter doesn’t get an automatic. Boundaries draw fans and local commuters.

Low location for seating. For older people or others with joint aches, it makes walking in and out tiresome.

Missing devices. Any of the parts that should have been packed in are front parking sensors, rear charging sockets, electric adjustment for the co-driver ‘s seat.
  1. Honda WR-V

At Rs 9.70 lakh, Honda Cars India has released the WR-V Exclusive Version. It gets all the features of the VX model, plus additional bits such as chrome garnish on the grille and fog lamp housing, body graphics as well as the black seat cover, armrests, front foot lighting phase illumination and an Special Edition Badge, based on the top-spec VX variant. It continues to be powered by 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine alternatives, combined with a 5-speed (petrol) and 6-speed (diesel) manual.

Honda WR-V Specifications

With two BS6-compliant engine choices, the WR-V is available: a 1.2-liter petrol and a 1.5-liter diesel option. For the petrol engine, power figures remain constant at 90PS/110Nm while 100PS/200Nm is released by the diesel motor. The petrol WR-V is sold with a 5-speed manual, much as before, while the diesel engine comes with a 6-speed manual. The petrol version returns 16.5kmpl in terms of fuel efficiency, while the diesel model has a claimed fuel efficiency of 23.7kmpl. The WR-V is 3999 mm long, 1734 mm wide, 1601 mm tall and sits on a 2555 mm long wheelbase in terms of dimensions.

Honda WR-V Variants

There are two versions of the WR-V offered: SV and VX. With a manual gearbox, all models are offered. Amber, silver, chocolate, grey, red and white are the paint choices.

Honda WR-V Features

The Honda WR-V packs features such as an Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, cruise control, a sunroof, a multi-info monitor, steering-mounted audio controls, and push-button start keyless entry. Dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors with a webcam are safety features.

Honda WR-V Summary

SpecificPetrolDiesel
Engine1199 CC1498 CC
Mileage16.5 Kmpl23.7 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear Box6-Speed6-Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VIBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
TransmissionManualManual
Power89 bhp @ 6000 rpm97.89bhp@3600rpm
Boot Space363 Liters363 Liters
Length*Width*Height3999*1734*1601 mm^33999*1734*1601 mm^3
Max Torque110 Nm @ 4800 rpm200nm@1750rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda WR-V

Pros of Honda WR-VHigh space and versatility in the cabin; wide boot of 363 litres.

Good visibility and ease of driving

Both petrol and diesel engines to choose from.
Cons of Honda WR-VMisses out on an automatic option.

On windy road parts and speeds over 80 kmph, the soft suspension is bothersome.

Rear seats lack armrest, dedicated AC vent and USB port.
  1. Honda Jazz

With prices ranging from Rs 7.50 lakh to Rs 9.74 lakh ( ex-showroom), Honda has unveiled the facelifted Jazz. Other than cosmetic and feature additions, the model lineup, offered in the V, VX and new top-spec ZX models, has been rejigged.

A redesigned front grille, updated LED headlamps with LED DRLs, new LED front fog lamps, and sportier front and rear bumpers are included in the cosmetic changes. Apart from the inclusion of an electric sunroof, among other noteworthy features, the cabin remains identical. The Jazz keeps its 1.2-litre gasoline engine under the hood, but with a BS6 update. The 1.5-litre diesel engine in the Jazz lineup has been axed. It continues to be available with a manual 5-speed transmission and a CVT.

Honda Jazz Specifications

The Honda Jazz is a petrol-only model with its 1.2-liter engine preserved, albeit a BS6 update, with the axing of the 1.5-liter diesel engine. Output estimates at 90PS/110Nm remain unchanged and the 5-speed manual and CVT transmission options are maintained.

Honda Jazz Variants

Its variant lineup has been rejigged, and is now available in the ZX variant V, VX and new top-spec. The manual variants vary from Rs 7.50 lakh to Rs 8.74 lakh, while the CVT variants vary from 8.50 lakh to 9.74 lakh (all ex-showroom prices, Delhi)

Honda Jazz Features

Cosmetic upgrades including updated LED headlamps with LED DRLs, a redesigned front grille, new LED front fog lamps, and sportier bumpers are offered by the facelifted Honda Jazz. Aside from the inclusion of an electric sunroof, the cabin remains relatively similar. A 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, steering buttons, voice prompts, electrically folding ORVMs, climate control and push-button start keyless entry are notable features. Any of the safety packages on sale are dual airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors.

Honda Jazz Summary

SpecificsPetrol
Engine1199 CC
Mileage17.1 Kmpl
Seating Capacity5
Gear Box7-Speed
Fuel TypePetrol
TransmissionManual/Automatic
Power88.51bhp@6000rpm
Boot Space354 Liters
Length*Width*Height3989*1694*1544 mm^3
Max Torque110Nm@4800rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda Jazz

Pros of Honda JazzSmooth engine and good ride quality.

Suspension and Decent mileage.

Brank image of Honda, Safety, and Top end power of the car.
Cons of Honda JazzBottom end power.

Idling speed.
  1. Honda City

In Malaysia, Honda has unveiled the India-bound City Hybrid. For compact models, the City hybrid comes with Honda ‘s newest twin-motor hybrid powertrain. Although one engine serves as the starter and generator, 109PS and 253Nm are built and the city is powered by the other. A 1.5-litre petrol engine that produces 98PS and 127Nm, offering added output whenever necessary, supports this electric motor.

By 2021, the City Model will definitely hit showrooms and could be the flagship version in the lineup of the City. Naturally, it won’t come cheap. We foresee a starting price about the (ex-showroom) mark of Rs 15-lakh.

Honda City Specifications

The 2020 City comes with two engine options: a 1.5-litre petrol 121PS/145Nm and a 1.5-litre diesel 100PS/200Nm. While the petrol engine is an I unit, the diesel unit is a more up-to – date DOHC unit. Both engines are offered with a manual 6-speed gearbox, although the petrol engine can also be supplied with a CVT. The 2020 City is 4549 mm long, 1748 mm wide and 1489 mm tall in terms of dimensions. It sits on a wheelbase measuring 2600 mm.

Honda City Variants

In three versions, the new City is offered: V, VX and ZX. With all the powertrain options, all three models are provided: petrol MT, petrol AT and diesel MT.

Honda City Features

Honda’s LaneWatch Camera (part of blindspot tracking where a camera is mounted outside the rearview mirror on the left side), a semi-digital instrument cluster with a 7-inch screen, connected car technology with Alexa remote capability, and a tyre pressure sensor are notable features of the new Area. It also preserves the characteristics of the older vehicle, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen infotainment, climate control, cruise control, a sunroof, push button start keyless entry and auto headlamps. Six airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors with a rearview camera and electronic stability control are safety features on sale.

Honda City Summary

SpecificsPetrolDiesel
Engine1498 CC1498 CC
Mileage18.4 Kmpl24.1 Kmpl
Seating Capacity55
Gear Box6-Speed6-Speed
No. of Cylinders44
Fuel TypePetrolDiesel
TransmissionManualAutomatic
Emission Norm ComplianceBS VIBS VI
Power119.35bhp@6600rpm97.9bhp@3600rpm
Boot Space506 Liters506 Liters
Length*Width*Height4549*1748*1489 mm^34549*1748*1489 mm^3
Max Torque145nm@4300rpm200nm@1750rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda City

Pros of Honda CitySpacious cabin. Rear-seat knee room rivals cars from a segment above.

Brilliant tuning for the CVT automatic makes driving effortless.

Comfortable ride quality. Better suited for Indian roads now
Cons of Honda CityInterior plastic quality could’ve been better.

Needs more ‘wow’ features: ventilated seats, powered driver’s seat, branded stereo etc

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  1. Honda CR-V

At Rs 29.50 lakh ( ex-showroom), Honda has unveiled the CR-V facelift as a limited version. Featuring cosmetic upgrades, the CR-V Special Edition comes with extra features such as cornering headlamps, front parking alarms, a powered tailgate, and the seat of a powered co-driver. It costs Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom) more than the regular edition priced at Rs 28.27 lakh.

The Hyundai Tucson, Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace and the new Skoda Kodiaq TSI will continue to rival the CR-V Special Version.

CR-V Specifications

The Honda CR-V is equipped with a 2.0-litre BS6-compliant petrol engine that produces 154PS of power and 189Nm of torque. The CR-V drives the front wheels when combined with a CVT gearbox. It has a fuel efficiency claimed to be 14.4kmpl.

CR-V Features

The CR-V features an Android Auto and Apple CarPlay 7-inch touchscreen infotainment interface, a coloured instrument cluster, a panoramic sunroof, cruise control, push-button start keyless entry, rain-sensing wipers, and ambient lighting. Six airbags, ABS with EBD, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Agile Handling Assist (AHA), Hill Start Assist (HSA), electronic parking brake, LaneWatch camera from Honda and rear view camera parking sensors form the safety kit.

Honda CR-V Summary

SpecificsPetrol
Engine1997 CC
Mileage18.4 Kmpl
Seating Capacity5
Gear Box7-Speed
No. of Cylinders4
Fuel TypePetrol
TransmissionAutomatic
Emission Norm ComplianceBS VI
Power152 bhp @ 6500 rpm
Boot Space522 Litres
Length*Width*Height4549*1748*1489 mm^3
Max Torque189 Nm @ 4300 rpm

Pros And Cons of Honda CR-V

Pros of Honda CR-VSpacious cabin. Rear-seat knee room rivals cars from a segment above.

Brilliant tuning makes driving effortless for the CVT automatic.

Comfortable ride quality. Better suited for Indian roads now.
Cons of Honda CR-VInterior plastic quality could’ve been better.

More characteristics are needed: ventilated seats, driven driver’s seat, labelled stereo, etc.
  1. Honda New Jazz – Upcoming

At the Tokyo Motor Show 2019, the fourth-gen Honda Jazz was demonstrated. The new model has increased in size and a new design vocabulary is based on it. In the foreign market, the car is known as the Honda Suit. In a hybrid guise for the European market, the latest platform debuts. The new Jazz will go on sale in the Japanese and European markets in February 2020, while the ASEAN spec edition, which will be released later, is expected to reach the Indian market by the end of 2020 at some point.

With its bulbous headlamp shape, the Jazz looks funky and old-school depending on what can be heard. The front grille no longer has the conventional Honda chrome slat style and has a body-colored plate that joins the headlamps and a small recess below it instead. Another funky design feature is the C-pillar which drops down on the wrap-around tail lamps. The big tailgate has an MPV-like stance to it and there is no drama in the big taillights.

As for the powertrain, specifics have yet to be released of the precise power estimates. We know now, though, that a two-motor configuration similar to the CR-V would be used for the Suit hybrid. However, instead of the larger 2.0-liter engine, either a 1.0-liter or a 1.5-liter petrol engine with lower power and range would power the Jazz.

  1. Honda Amaze Facelift – Upcoming

Honda Car India is working on the Amaze facelifted version that could be released in the weeks to come. Although the engines have already been revised to comply with the BS6 emission norms, the model will get a new fascia and feature upgrades.

A 1.2-litre I petrol engine and a 1.5-litre I diesel engine will be included in the powertrain options on the Honda Amaze facelift. The petrol engine produces 89bhp and 110Nm of torque when combined with a five-speed manual transmission. When combined with the five-speed manual transmission, the diesel mill generates 99bhp and 200Nm of torque, while the CVT models generate 79bhp and 160Nm of torque.

It is predicted that changes to the facelifted Amaze will be identical to the facelift of the WR-V which could include projector headlamps, updated grille, reworked front and rear bumper, as well as LED tail lights.

  1. Honda HR-V – Upcoming

Although the Indian market is expected to receive the new Honda City, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has postponed the market launch of a few models abroad, including the next-gen HR-V. The all-new HR-V that was expected to be launched early next year, as stated by us earlier, will now be released in May 2021. For Honda internationally, this latest model is important, as it will be the brand’s challenger in the lucrative medium-sized SUV market.

Although not much is known about the new HR-V, we can confirm that the mid-size SUV will share its foundations with the latest-gen Jazz, and several engine choices like a 1.0-liter turbo petrol as well as a mild-hybrid engineering option will also be available. As before, in Honda ‘s global line-up, the HR-V will remain below the CR-V, but it will see an improvement in dimension, measuring nearly 4.4 m in length. This will encourage Honda to deploy a smaller SUV lower down the range. According to this website, this new SUV was anticipated to be launched later this year, but with the present situation, there may be a delay.

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