Honda Car India has introduced a whole host of festive offers under the ‘The Great Honda Fest’ for its customers across India at the onset of the auspicious period of ‘Navratri’. . During these festive promotions, customer can avail a host of attractive offers while purchasing their favourite Honda car across all authorised Honda dealerships till October 31, 2021.

5th Generation Honda City: Customers can avail a discount of up to Rs 53,000 on this generation of the Honda City.

4th Generation Honda City: Customers can avail a discount of up to Rs 22,00 on this generation of the City.

New Honda Amaze: Customers interested in purchasing the all-new Honda Amaze can expect to see a discount of up to Rs 18,000.

Honda WR-V: Potential customers keen on the WR-V can avail a discount of up to Rs 40,100 on this crossover hatchback.

Honda Jazz: Honda Car India is offering massive discounts of up to Rs 45,900 to customers interested in the hatchback manufactured by Honda.

Furthermore, these special offers for customers will be in the form of Cash Discounts, Accessories, Loyalty bonuses and special Exchange benefits. In addition, the company has also tied up with 17 banks and financial institutions to assist the customers by offering them over 50 attractive and affordable finance schemes for on-road financing with low Rate of Interest, low EMI packages, special moratorium schemes and long tenure loans.

Commenting on the exciting offers, Mr Rajesh Goel, Sr. Vice President and Director, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd., said, “Festivals give us a reason to celebrate and always have a special place in our lives. This festive season we are delighted to provide exciting offers and promotions for our entire Honda product line to make car purchase more rewarding bringing the much-needed joy during these times.” He further added, “The improvement in consumer sentiment and the current sales momentum have proven that there is a good demand for our products in the market. We are hopeful that festive fervor will give the necessary boost to the overall auto industry.”