So Will Honda Discontinue Its Three Famous Cars, Will Be Decided By March 2023
Let us tell you that the vehicle manufacturer has already shown the way out of Honda Civic, Honda CR V. According to the reports of PTI, now the Japanese company is going to discontinue Honda Jazz, Honda WR-V, and Honda City fourth generation in the Indian market.
The popularity of some Honda cars is not hidden from anyone. There are many Honda cars available in the Indian market, which come in different body types and prime segments. But according to the latest information, now the company is going to stop the production of its three products. Let us tell you that the vehicle manufacturer has already shown the way out of Honda Civic, Honda CR V. According to the reports of PTI, now the Japanese company is going to discontinue Honda Jazz, Honda WR-V, and Honda City fourth generation in the Indian market.
A report in the Indian news agency PTI, citing sources, has said that Honda will phase out Honda Jazz, Honda WR-V, and Honda City's fourth generation from the Indian market by March next year. This is a big decision of its own because the company does not already have many cars in the Indian market.
Which car will exist now
According to the news agency, if these Honda cars go out of the Indian automobile market, then only three Honda models will be left in the Indian car market. The names of these three models are Honda City Hybrid, Honda City Fifth Generation, and the entry-level sedan Honda Amaze Car. It has been told that the company is taking such a decision given the changes in the market.
Honda has launched its hybrid car
Honda has launched its hybrid engine car in the Indian market. The name of this latest car will be Honda City e: HEV ZX. This is a unique car that comes with electric and petrol engines, which can give a mileage of 27 km in 1 liter of petrol.
When will the electric car launch
Tata and Hyundai have launched pure electric cars in the Indian market, which are very special in themselves. Not only this, the dominance of Tata Motors remains intact in the electric segment. But till now Honda has not launched a single pure electric car in India.