Honda Elevate release date revealed: brand-new SUV spotted in dealership stockyard on camera
With the release of its newest SUV, the Honda Elevate, Honda is poised to create waves in the Indian SUV industry. At the company’s Tapukara facility in Rajasthan, production has already started, and as the launch date draws near, excitement is growing. Bookings for the Honda Elevate have begun, and demand has already outpaced supply, with waiting times potentially reaching four months.
Honda Elevate release Date and Details
On September 4th, during the Honda Elevate’s grand debut, the Honda Elevate’s official prices will be made public. However, early estimates put the cost of this adaptable SUV between Rs 11 and Rs 18 lakh (ex-showroom). The Elevate will come in four different trims: SV, V, VX, and ZX. Both a 6-speed manual and a CVT automatic powertrain are available. To guarantee occupant safety, the car has undergone extensive internal crash testing.
The Honda Elevat has a powerful, athletic look. A vertically aligned grille with tapered sides and a chrome garnish that reaches the top borders of the headlight housings are featured on the front of the Elevate. Sleek LED headlights and fog lamps tucked behind triangular casings on the front bumper add to the design. The SUV’s tough appearance is enhanced at the front with a simulated skid plate in chrome.
The Honda Elevate retains its imposing appearance from the side thanks to body cladding that runs down the bottom of the door panels and across the wheel arches. Its overall elegant design is influenced by the silver roof rails, chrome-finished rearview mirrors, and 17-inch machined alloy wheels.
The inside of the Honda Elevate features dual-tone black and brown leather upholstery. Modern features in the interior include a 10.25-inch touchscreen entertainment system, automated temperature control, and a handy push start-stop button. The cabin also features a 7-inch TFT screen on the instrument panel.
The Honda Elevate has a number of appealing features that cater to the tastes of youthful buyers. These include a single-pane sunroof for increased convenience, a wireless charger for extra ease, a Lanewatch camera to increase safety, and a Level-2 ADAS suite of safety technologies that offer sophisticated driver assistance.
The Honda Elevate has a 1.5-liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine under the hood that is only paired with a 6-speed manual or CVT transmission. Impressive 119 horsepower and 145 Nm of maximum torque are produced by this expertly tuned gasoline engine. The ARAI-certified mileage for both the manual and automatic transmissions is 15.31 kmpl and 16.92 kmpl, respectively.