Huge Discounts on Honda City And Amaze In June 2020

by Mohammed Burman | 06/06/2020
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This month, auto customers who buy the Honda City and Amaze will be entitled to generous discounts. Read on to discover.

As the lockdown has been relaxed, many auto showrooms have been reopened and their operations have also been resumed with necessary precautions and social distancing measures. With a view to attracting the car customers and improving their sales number, many automakers including Honda have offered attractive discounts on some of their models.

Honda Amaze

Being the entry-level product from the Japanese auto manufacturer in India, Honda Amaze currently receives its power from BS6 gasoline and oil burners. The sub-4-metre compact sedan is now available with a 5-year warranty, an INR 20,000 exchange bonus or a 3 year AMC maintenance package at a 50% discount.

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The Honda Amaze is available with generous discounts this month.


Honda Amaze Gets Discounts of Rs. 32,000, Includes 5-Year Warranty, 3 Year AMC & More

Honda City

The new-gen Honda City is expected to be launched in the Indian auto market in March, but due to the lockdown, its launch has been delayed. The new City is currently on sale in Thailand. Given that the lockdown is being gradually relaxed, the new City is expected to be launched soon.

The current-gen Honda City has received a facelift with a BS6 gasoline burner and is being offered with massive discounts, depending on the variants. When you buy a City Zx MT, Zx CVT and City Vx CVT, you can save up to INR 1 lakh, which includes a cash discount of INR 50,000, an exchange bonus of INR 50,000 and a corporate discount. Besides, the Vx MT trim is offered with a cash discount of INR 37,000, an exchange bonus of INR 35,000 and a corporate discount. You can also save INR 25,000 as the cash discount, an INR 20,000 as the exchange bonus and corporate discount when buying the City Sv and V variants.


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The BS6 version of the Honda Civic and the Honda CR-V will also be launched in the Indian auto market in the foreseeable future. Noteworthily, the diesel versions of the two cars are likely to be discontinued. The Japanese automaker is also known to be developing the facelifted versions of the WR-V and the Jazz.

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