Honda is making moves with Elevate giving it the much-needed sales momentum. Now, to keep itself up to date with the competition, Honda has updated all of its cars. However, the Elevate and City have more safety features. So what has Honda added? In today’s article, let’s talk about the Honda Elevate and City. 
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New safety features

Honda Elevate

In this update, the City and Elevate get more safety features like 6-airbags, 3-point emergency locking retractor seat belts and seat belt reminders for all passengers standard across all the trims. Along with that, Honda has added adjustable headrests for all 5 passengers, a semi-digital instrument cluster and a driver & co-driver vanity mirror. For the City, we have a new 4.2-inch TFT display instrument cluster on the SV variant, while the VX trim gets an 8-speaker Bose sound system and a rear sunshade. 

Other cars also updated

Honda Elevate

Honda has also updated the Amaze and City hybrid with seat belt reminders for all seats standard. With the update, Honda has discontinued the entry-level E variant. None of the four cars get any mechanical changes. 

Also read – Honda Elevate EV – more details out

Honda Elevate & other car pricing

The inclusion of the new safety features has resulted in a price hike. The Elevate gets a price bump of Rs 12k to 22k so its new price starts from Rs 13.98 lakh and goes to Rs 19.41 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). Pricing of the City starts from Rs 14.12 lakh and goes to Rs 19.10 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). Talking about the Amaze, with the base variant discontinued, its price now starts from Rs 8.44 lakh and goes to Rs 11.64 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). 

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