Honda has some really impressive products in foreign markets that the country could really use. In this article, we will discuss the Honda cars that we want in India. Let’s go.
The Honda S660 is the brand’s budget 2-door sports car that would give the feel of driving a sporty machine and that too without pulling out too much money from your pocket. The car comes powered by a 660cc turbocharged engine that makes 63bhp and 104Nm of torque. Also, to maintain the sportiness, the car gets paddle shifters, driving modes, mid-engine, RWD and front & rear disc brakes. Also, the presence of a low capacity engine enhances the mileage as well. This low powered sportscar will be a hoot to drive a the limit.
The Honda Fit is a product that has the capability to give a tough fight to premium hatchbacks present in the country. The car gets features like a 2-spoke multi-function steering wheel, a fully digital instrument cluster and an improved glass area. Moreover, it gets a sporty headlamp and tail lamp setup that give the car a very modern appeal. The car should definitely come to India as it would really help up the game of the overall segment in the country.
Honda e is the brand’s first all-electric vehicle developed keeping in mind the city driving needs and conditions. The car looks modern yet retro, maintaining a fine balance between both. Simple round headlights and minimal design give the car a unique road presence. It gets a driving range of 280km on a single charge which is good considering the car has been made solely for city driving. Also, the compact size of the car will result in a hassle-free driving experience in the city. Also, the car gets a minimalistic yet eye-catching interior setup with a single-piece display giving the dashboard an attractive appeal.
Honda N-ONE is a small hatchback that looks really cute when it comes to the design and can surely give the current entry hatchback lineup in the country a run for its money. The car is basically a budget-friendly Mini Cooper and is sure to attract many with its design. The car can also help Honda establish itself in the mass market car segment in the country. The brand, although had the Brio some years ago, however, it was not revamped for the BS6 norms. The car could prove to be a very good replacement for the Honda Brio.
Honda Ridgeline is the brand’s pickup performance pickup that could help Honda establish itself in a new segment that is expected to blow up in a few years in the country. Ridgeline is equally capable of running on smooth roads as well as tough mud trails. It sports 18-inch alloy wheels which complement the overall looks of the truck. It also comes equipped with an i-VTM4 torque-vectoring AWD system that automatically distributes the complete torque available between the left and right rear wheels according to the requirements of the road with respect to each wheel.
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