Tuesday, July 12, 2011

After Honda City, Honda Cut the Price of Honda Jazz also by 1.75 Lakh Rupees

First Honda City prices cut by 66,000 Rupees. Now Honda Jazz’s price has been cut by a whopping 1.75 Lakh Rupees depending on the variant

Currently, the Honda Jazz’s Base variant in Delhi costs INR 7,12,500 ex-showroom, and the Jazz has been selling with a dealer discount of around 55 thousand rupees. Add to this a special insurance amount offer by Honda of 1 Rupee, the total discount basket for the Honda Jazz at the dealer end is around 80,000 rupees. So, the 1.75 Lakh discount on the Honda Jazz is effectively a 95,000 Rupee price cut, which is simply astounding to say the least. What this means is, the price of the Jazz has now seen a steep correction, with the entry level Jazz being available for under 6 Lakh rupees, ex-showroom Delhi.

Suddenly, the Honda Jazz looks like a tremendous value for money proposition as the Jazz has always been a brilliantly kitted out car with very nifty features like the Magic seats, adding tremendous practicality and space to the Jazz’s interiors. Add the typical Honda reliability and quality, you have a bomb proof package that is all set to sell more than it ever did thus far in India. After the massive discounts, the Honda Jazz, which currently sells for INR 7.12 to 7.6 Lakhs will fall to around INR 5.5 to 5.8 Lakhs, thus making the Jazz tremendous value for money. Watch this space for official word from Honda!

We got in touch with a leading Honda dealer, who confirmed the price cut and also gave us the revised Jazz prices.
  • Revised Honda Jazz Base Variant Price in Pune: INR 5,80,00 Approx (Old Price: INR 7,37,104)
  • Revised Honda Jazz Select Variant Price in Pune : INR 5,91,000 Approx (Old Price: INR 7,48,278)
  • Revised Honda Jazz X Variant Price in Pune: INR 6,25,000 Approx (Old Price: INR 7,81,021)
We have also learnt that Honda might continue with the 1 Rupee insurance offer on the Jazz, thus taking the total discount on the Honda Jazz to a mind numbing INR 1.75 Lakhs.


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