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Honda Set to Launch Highly-Anticipated SUV “Elevate” Amidst Stiff Competition

Elevate will feature a 1.5 litre petrol engine like the Honda City

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Aditya Saikrishna
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INDIA: The automotive industry is excited as Honda gears up for the launch of its much-awaited SUV, the Elevate. With an already crowded market boasting seven successful models, Honda’s entry into the segment will generate stiff competition.

However, the automaker is confident in its ability to dominate the market with its world-class technology and cutting-edge design. Enthusiasts eagerly await the unveiling of the Honda Elevate, which will feature a 1.5 L petrol engine similar to the popular Honda City sedan. 

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Additionally, there are rumours of a hybrid variant, further elevating its appeal. Sketches and silhouette images have provided glimpses into the spaciousness and aesthetic qualities of the upcoming SUV, creating heightened anticipation among prospective buyers.

Safety remains a paramount concern for consumers, and the Japanese manufacturer has addressed this with a comprehensive suite of security features, including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), likely to be available in the top model of the Elevate.

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Among the exciting features expected in the Honda Elevate is a fully digital instrumental cluster, offering a futuristic and immersive driving experience. While the teaser images have revealed a sunroof, it is critical to note that it is not panoramic but rather a single-pane sunroof. 

Other notable features may include automatic climate control, wireless charging capabilities, and ventilated seats, which enhance the overall driving experience. Industry experts speculate that if the Honda Elevate performs well in the market, it may pave the way for hybrid options with improved engines and performance.

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As for pricing, insiders suggest that the Honda Elevate will range from Rs 11 lakh for the base models to Rs 17 lakh for the top-of-the-line variant. 

This pricing strategy aims to capture a wide range of customers and position Elevate as an attractive option in the SUV market.

Direct rivals of the Honda Elevate include formidable contenders such as the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara. 

As the battle for dominance intensifies, each automaker will strive to outshine the others with its unique offerings, technological advancements, and customer-centric features.

With Honda’s reputation for reliability and the promise of innovative features, Elevate can significantly impact the SUV segment. 

As the launch day arrives, all eyes are on Honda as they step into the ring with their new contender, ready to challenge the status quo and redefine expectations in the competitive market.

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