Honda motors have recently announced that the company has dispatched over 7,000 units of its BS6 compliant vehicles in the month of February 2020. If compared to last years data during the same month Honda had sold dispatched over 13,000 units.
Honda motors also stated that the company is in the process of sequentially introducing its BS6 line-up as the current BS6 line-up includes the petrol versions of the Amaze, City, CR-V and Civic. However, the Japanese carmaker has also confirmed that the company will dispatch its BS6 compliant diesel variants by the end of next month.
Overall, if compared to the Honda motor’s last years sales Honda has registered almost 46 per cent slump in its sales. Looking at these figures Honda should plan to launch its new-generation models for the domestic market much sooner than later.
With that said, Honda is all set bring in some big guns with the launch of the next-generation City set to make its debut sometime this month and this time Honda motors have made sure to add some a whole set of new features.
On the outside, the front fascia of the all-new 2020 Honda city will feature a redesigned grille, sleek LED headlamps, a revised bumper with upmarket chrome touches.
Coming to the sides, The new Honda car will support a new set of diamond-cut alloy wheels, restyled LED tail lamps with new graphics, updated bumper and so on.
On the inside, we are likely to see an upgraded dashboard and centre console with other packed features which will specifically concentrate on enhancing the comfort and ride quality of the upcoming 2020 Honda City.
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