Honda launched a luxurious luxury car, know what are the features and price?

Honda launched a luxurious luxury car, know what are the features and price?

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new Delhi. Honda has launched the third generation HR-V. However, the company has just launched it in the Indonesian market. It has not been revealed yet when it will be launched in India. But it is believed that the company can soon launch it in the Indian market as well.

The HR-V has been launched in four trim options. The top-of-the-line RS trim of the new Honda HR-V is the most powerful petrol variant in the world, priced at 499.9 million Indonesian rupees (approximately ₹ 26.60 lakh). The price of the base model starts from INR 355.9 million or INR 19 Lakh approx.

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The top model RS variant of the Honda HR-V gets a 1.5-litre turbo petrol motor, which generates 175 hp of power and 240 Nm of torque. These figures are better than the electric variant of the HR-V, which is currently sold only in China. For safety, the new HR-V gets Honda Sensing Suite, which offers multiple driver assistance features. Apart from this, six airbags are available in it.

The Honda HR-V RS is well designed to make it powerful and sporty. It gets a full body kit, dual exhaust pipe outlets and ‘RS’ badge. Talking about the interiors, it includes a seven-inch TFT screen, ventilated seats, four speakers plus two tweeter units, black leather upholstery, three drive modes and hands-free tailgate among other highlights.

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The HR-V has been offered in a hybrid powertrain in several global markets, but the RS variant is likely to be carried to other markets such as the Philippines from Indonesia. The HR-V is a popular car in countries like Japan, South-East Asia and even the United States of America. There have been several reports in the past that Honda is considering the model in India, but the wait is only getting longer. Honda Cars India is retiring the Mobilio, BR-V and CR-V from its portfolio and currently does not own an SUV or an MPV.

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