Honda Cars

Honda Brio

 (3.8/5)
5,71,310 Onwards EMI starts from 9,568

Honda CR-V

 (3.9/5)
upto 40,000
33,02,849 Onwards EMI starts from 55,312

Honda Accord

 (4.2/5)
62,29,982 Onwards EMI starts from 1,04,332

Honda WR-V

 (3.8/5)
upto 50,000
8,67,988 Onwards EMI starts from 14,536

Honda City

 (4/5)
upto 70,000
13,20,983 Onwards EMI starts from 22,122

Honda BR-V

 (4.4/5)
upto 1,20,000
9,85,424 Onwards EMI starts from 16,503

New Honda Amaze

upto 35,000
6,47,366 Onwards EMI starts from 10,841

New Honda Jazz

upto 60,000
8,08,581 Onwards EMI starts from 13,541

Honda Civic

20,94,127 Onwards EMI starts from 35,070

About Honda

Honda Cars India Ltd was established in the year 1995, with its very first manufacturing unit at Greater Noida in India, which began operation in the year 1997. The second plant in India was set up in Alwar District of Rajasthan. Honda Cards India Ltd was earlier known as Honda Siel Cars Inida Ltd and started as a joint venture with Usha International of Siddharth Shriram Gorup. They later changed the name to Honda Cars India Ltd, after buying out Usha International in August 2012.

Honda promises customer care and satisfaction over anything else. Their disciplined work ethic and an amazing team of people work tirelessly to make it possible. The Honda family is trained and taught to be able to work under high ethical standards, in order to be able to foster a sincere and ethical corporate culture. Honda’s policy has always been to provide more than the demands and expectations of the customers and they continue to do just that, along with giving the highest priority to quality and safety.

Honda also continues to maintain its relationship with the society by promoting safe driving, while also keeping its environmental responsibility in mind and takings the required steps to protect the global environment through their business activities. Honda cars in India are sold through 143 outlets across 60 Indian cities therefore ensuring its reach to as many people in the Indian market as possible. Their vehicles re extremely popular because of its quality, drive experience and an excellent engine technology. There are not too many cars that are able to compete with Honda cars in the respective segments, even today.

Honda continues to rule over the Indian automobile Industry and rightly so. It fulfils its social responsibility along with protecting the environment. It aims at giving the customer nothing but the best, and with the years of experience and goodwill that backs it up, Honda truly is a prestigious company to be associated with and the Indian customer market is blessed to be able to choose from their wide range of vehicles.