Honda has set its sights on the Indian market with the introduction of the highly anticipated Honda Elevate. With strong competitors like the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta, the entry of the Elevate promises to shake up the game. In this article, we provide official details on all the variants of the Honda Elevate, highlighting the extensive range of features across the lineup.
Standard Features on the Elevate SV:
Honda has confirmed four variants for the Elevate: SV, V, VX, and the top-end ZX model. Essential features such as a push-start button, automatic AC, projector headlamps, LED taillamps, dual airbags, and ABS will be standard across all variants, starting from the SV. Notably, the base variant does not come with an audio system, catering to modification enthusiasts who prefer customization options.
Features of the Honda Elevate V Variant:
The V variant of the Elevate offers a stellar design and provides the choice between a CVT automatic transmission and a 6-speed manual transmission. In addition to the standard features, the V variant comes with enticing extras like an 8-inch touchscreen, Honda Connected car technology, 4 speakers, a multi-angle reverse camera, and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Steering-mounted controls are also included, distinguishing it from the SV variant.
Features of the Honda Elevate VX Variant:
From the VX variant onwards, sunroof and alloy wheels become standard features. The VX variant also offers additional features such as a Lane Watch camera, auto-folding mirrors, 6 speakers, roof rails, LED projector fog lamps, and a 17.7 cm instrument cluster with TFT display. The VX variant builds upon the features of the V variant, further enhancing the driving experience.
Honda Elevate ZX: Packed with Premium Features:
The top-of-the-line ZX variant of the Honda Elevate is loaded with premium features. It boasts a 10.25-inch touchscreen with an 8-speaker audio system, Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), auto-dimming IRVM, and 6 airbags for enhanced safety. The ZX variant also adds a touch of luxury with its brown dashboard and door trims.
The Honda Elevate is equipped with the same 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine found in the Honda City, offering 121 BHP of power and 145 Nm of torque. Enthusiasts may prefer the 6-speed manual transmission, while those seeking convenience can opt for the CVT transmission.
The Honda Elevate arrives in the Indian market with a range of impressive features and enticing variants. With its powerful engine options and a host of advanced features, the Elevate aims to make a significant impact in the competitive SUV segment. Stay tuned for the launch of the Honda Elevate and experience the perfect blend of style, performance, and innovation.