- BR-V is available with benefits of up to Rs 1 lakh.
- Amaze gets free 4th and 5th year warranty along with free 3-year maintenance package.
- Benefits of up to Rs 72,000 on the Honda City.
Planning to buy a Honda car this March? You are in luck, as the Japanese carmaker has rolled out various offers for all its cars except for the Accord Hybrid, CR-V and the recently launched Civic. These offers are valid till 31 March 2019 and include benefits like exchange bonuses, free extended extended warranty and insurance at Re 1, among others. So, without further ado let’s find out how much can you save on your new Honda car.
Along with the above mentioned offers, Honda is also offering corporate discounts on all these cars, but you’ll need to enquire at your nearest dealer to find out about them.
Honda Brio: Honda is offering insurance at Re 1 with the Brio. However, this is available on the MY-2018 Brio only since the Japanese carmaker has already stopped producing the midsize hatchback.
Honda Amaze: The bestselling Honda is available with free 4th and 5th year extended warranty over the 3 year/unlimited km standard warranty. A free 3-year Honda care maintenance package is also available, but for non-exchange customers only. That said, Honda is offering exchange bonus on the Amaze too, but you will have to contact your nearest dealer for more details.
Honda Jazz: The premium hatchback from Honda is available with benefits of up to Rs 45,000. It includes first year insurance at Re 1 and exchange bonus of Rs 20,000.
Honda City: The most sought after Honda is available with benefits of up to Rs 72,000, if you exchange your old car. But if you’re not planning to exchange your existing car, the benefits drop to Rs 42,000.
Honda WR-V: The sub-4m SUV/crossover from Honda can be had with benefits of up to Rs 42,000.
Honda BR-V: The BR-V is available with benefits of up to Rs 1 lakh. However, if you are a non-exchange buyer, benefits only add up to Rs 60,000.
Note: Offers are valid till March 31 and may vary from dealer to dealer. Please contact your nearest dealer for a better understanding.
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