Honda Cars India has announced hike in the prices of popular models like City sedan and, BR-V and CR-V SUVs in line with the Goods & Services Tax (GST) Council's decision to increase cess on vehicles.
The council has fixed a cess of 2 percent on mid-sized cars, 5 percent on large cars and 7 percent on SUVs.
Listed below are new and old prices of Honda cars. All prices ex-showroom Delhi.
|Delhi Prices wef 11th Sept'17||Old Price||New Price||Difference|
|CR-V||Petrol||2.0 RVI-I MT||21,53,676||22,28,980||75,304|
|2.0 RVI-I AT||23,26,057||24,07,389||81,332|
|2.4 RVSI-I AT||25,47,350||26,36,419||89,069|
In the City sedan range, top-of-the-line ZX CVT petrol variant saw biggest hike at Rs 18,713, while the ZX MT Diesel trim becomes dearer by Rs 18,791. Honda BR-V's top-of-the-line automatic petrol trim witnessed an increase of Rs 16,994 while the Diesel VX manual trim is more expensive by Rs 18,242. Honda's flagship SUV, the CR-V, saw a hike of Rs 89,069.
Honda Cars India has been registering positive sales post GST implementation from July 1 that saw a slash in the prices of the City, BR-V and CR-V. Honda sold 17,085 vehicles in India in July 2017 against 14,033 units in the corresponding month last year-- a growth of 22 percent. In August 2017, domestic sales were 17,365 units against 13,941 units in August 2016-- a growth of 25 percent.