Honda Elevate now starts at Rs 11.91 lakh after fresh price hike


Honda has increased the prices of its Elevate mid-size SUV for the second time since its arrival in India back in September last year. This time around, the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos rival has become dearer by up to Rs 40,000, depending on the variant.

  1. V and VX trims record the biggest price hike of Rs 40,000
  2. Price increment of CVT automatic variants range from Rs 23,000-30,000
  3. Gets new standard safety features, including six airbags, rear seat belt reminders

Honda Elevate price hike

The V and VX trim see the highest price hike of Rs 40,000, followed by an increment of Rs 33,000 on the entry-level SV trim. The ZX MT variant sees a price hike of Rs 31,000, while V CVT and VX CVT have now become pricier by Rs 30,000. The range-topping ZX CVT sees the lowest price hike of Rs 23,000.

Honda Elevate Price (ex-showroom)
Variant New price Old price Difference
SV Rs 11.91 lakh Rs 11.58 lakh Rs 33,000
V Rs 12.71 lakh Rs 12.31 lakh Rs 40,000
V CVT Rs 13.71 lakh Rs 13.41 lakh Rs 30,000
VX Rs 14.10 lakh Rs 13.70 lakh Rs 40,000
VX CVT Rs 15.10 lakh Rs 14.80 lakh Rs 30,000
ZX Rs 15.41 lakh Rs 15.10 lakh Rs 31,000
ZX CVT Rs 16.43 lakh Rs 16.20 lakh Rs 23,000

The price hike brings along new safety feature additions for the Elevate that include six airbags, 3-point ELR seat belts, and seat belt reminders for all 5 seats - all of which are now standard across all trim levels.


Honda Elevate powertrain

Powering the Honda Elevate is a sole 1.5-litre, four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine making 121hp and 145Nm torque. The engine is paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox, along with an optional CVT, feeding power to the front wheels as standard. The Elevate returns a claimed 15.31kpl mileage with the manual, while the CVT has a claimed mileage of 16.92kpl.

Honda Elevate rivals

The Honda Elevate midsize SUV currently faces competition from the likes of Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Toyota Hyryder, Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun and MG Astor.

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