Honda’s Game-Changer SUV “Elevate” to Debut on September 4

In a striking development for the automobile market, Japanese car giant Honda is gearing up for the grand launch of its much-anticipated SUV, the Honda Elevate.

Set to debut on September 4, this offering is all set to shake up the industry landscape, and the excitement is palpable.

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The booking window for the Elevate is already open, offering the unique convenience of booking from the comfort of one’s home.

Those opting for the online booking route can reserve their spot with a nominal payment of just Rs. 5000.

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Ever since the month of July, enthusiasts have had the opportunity to secure their spot for the Elevate, even before the car’s price tag is revealed.

The advance booking amount for this exquisite SUV stands at Rs. 21,000. The digital booking option makes it even more accessible, with a mere Rs. 5000 token payment required to secure a spot.

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The global unveiling of the Honda Elevate took place in June, generating waves of anticipation among automotive enthusiasts.

2 Color Variants, All-inclusive SUV Features

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The Honda Elevate is a mid-size SUV that punches above its weight when it comes to features. With a 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC petrol engine, it boasts a power output of 121 PS and a torque of 145.1 NM.

The engine comes paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox, delivering a dynamic driving experience. The car has been launched in two distinctive color variants, further adding to its allure.


Pricing, Features, and Safety

While the price of the Honda Elevate remains under wraps, all eyes are set on September 4, when the veil will finally be lifted.


With an impressive boot space of 458 liters, the car promises spaciousness aplenty, with ample leg and knee room.

The exterior design showcases a blend of modern aesthetics and functionality, featuring LED projector headlamps, LED DRLs, LED taillamps, and striking diamond-cut R17 alloy wheels.

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Stepping inside, occupants are greeted with a 10.25-inch in-plane switching LCD touchscreen, along with a 7-inch full-color TFT meter cluster.

Safety is a paramount concern, and Honda addresses it with finesse.

The Elevate comes equipped with an array of safety features, including Honda Sensing’s ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System), 6 airbags, a Lanwatch camera, hill start assist, emergency stop signal, multi-angle rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and ISOFIX rear seats.

As the curtain lifts on September 4, the Honda Elevate promises to redefine the SUV landscape with its robust features, cutting-edge technology, and the unwavering legacy of Honda’s engineering excellence.


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