Honda Cars India to offer benefits and discounts of upto Rs 2.5 lakh
Honda Car India has announced its annual festive celebration called The Great Honda Fest. As a part of this, the company will be offering cash discounts, extended warranty and Honda Care Maintenance programme on the new car purchase. There are additional benefits for existing Honda customers including Loyalty Bonus and Special Exchange benefits who trade in their old Honda car, stated the company in an official release. All these offers and discounts under Great Honda Fest will be valid till October 31, 2020.
"In order to make this festive season more rewarding and enjoyable for our customers during these tough times, we have rolled out super exciting offers on our cars this month as part of our Great Honda Fest, making it the best time for buying cars. During the COVID health crisis, when there is an enhanced need for personal mobility, I am sure our customers will find these benefits appealing and it will propel the demand for new cars. In order to support easy buying options for our customers, smart financing options have been developed with several finance partners offering long tenure and easy EMI options." commented, Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President & Director, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd.
Here's a quick look at the some of the cash discounts on Honda cars in India.
|Honda Amaze||Up to INR 47,000|
|5th Gen Honda City||Up to INR 30,000|
|Honda Jazz||Up to INR 40,000|
|Honda WR-V||Up to INR 40,000|
|Honda Civic||Up to INR 2,50,000|
Honda has also tied up with multiple banks and financial institutions to assist the customers by offering them up to 100 per cent on-road financing, low EMI packages and long-tenure loans
Starts Rs 6.1 Lakhs
Starts Rs 10.9 Lakhs
Starts Rs 17.94 Lakhs
Starts Rs 7.5 Lakhs
Starts Rs 8.5 Lakhs
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