One of the leading car manufacturers of the country Honda has announced a Mega Service carnival for its customers. This customer-centric initiative will take place at all authorized Honda service outlets which is spread over 239 cities in India.
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The Camp starts from 28th January to 3rd February. The week long service camp will provide multiple benefits for customers during this period. Customers can avail attractive offers like free health check (diagnosis), 56-point car check-up and top wash. Extra coverage period for Road Side Assistance is also sold during the camp period. A discount of 15 percent is given on value added services. The camp will also provide special scheme on batteries & Tyres and on-spot evaluation of old vehicles will also be conducted.
Talking about the initiative, Mr. Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President & Director for sales & marketing, Honda Cars India Ltd. said
Honda Cars India is committed to offer the best of Honda services to all its customers. The nation wide mega service carnival is a reaffirmation of our commitment. We want our customers to make the most of this initiative, get expert care for their cars and experience the joy of owning a Honda Car.
Honda Cars line up in India consists of Brio, Amaze, Jazz, WR-V, City, BR-V, CR-V and Accord hybrid. Honda had recently launched a new top-end ZX trim for City sedan. The ZX trim is only available with petrol manual variant. Another highly anticipated car from Honda this year is the all-new Civic sedan.
It is likely to be launched in India next month. It is an enthusiasts delight, the civic will probably get a 1.8 liter V-TEC petrol and a 1.6 liter diesel engine. The petrol Civic will generate a maximum of 140 Bhp and 174 Nm torque whereas, the diesel engine will produce 120 Bhp and 300 Nm of peak torque.
The Japanese auto manufacturer is also working on a brand new affordable hybrid car for Indian market. Honda is likely to launch their first affordable hybrid in India in next three years. Possibility is that this hybrid technology will be introduced to the next-generation Honda City.