The Honda Elevate SUV forayed into the mid-size SUV space in late September this year, and within just three months of its launch, it has recorded over 20,000 unit sales. Over these months, Honda conducted mega delivery events at select places and handed over 100 of units to its customers.
As per the sales records, the Elevate accounts for over 50% of Honda’s total sales since its launch in September 2023. The SUV has also helped improve overall sales by 11 per cent in the same timeframe.
Honda offers the Elevate in four variants: SV, V, VX, and ZX. The top-spec VX and ZX variants are currently most in demand. Honda has also revealed that the demand for its range-topping CVT variant is overwhelmingly high.
Honda Elevate – What Does It Offer?
The Honda Elevate is a truly no-nonsense car. It comes with Honda’s tried-&-tested 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder, i-VTEC petrol engine that produces 121PS of max power and 145Nm of max twist. It comes mated to a 6-speed manual and CVT automatic transmission options.
Regarding features, it’s not the most loaded SUV in its class, but its overall styling, massive size, and decently loaded cabin make it a deal-breaker package. For reference, it comes kitted with features like:-
- Automatic LED projector headlamps
- LED DRLs
- LED fog lamps
- LED taillights
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Electric sunroof
- 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto
- Connected car technology
- 7-inch HD coloured digital driver’s display
- Automatic AC
- Rear AC vents
- Auto-dimming IRVM with frameless design
- Remote engine start
- Ambient lighting
- Wireless smartphone charger
- Push button start/stop
- Height-adjustable driver’s seat
- Lane-watch camera
- Multi-angle-view rear camera
- ISOFIX anchors
- Up to 6 airbags
- ESP with hill-hold
- Radar and camera-based ADAS technology, comprising advanced active safety features like lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, auto high beam assist, road departure mitigation, and much more.
The SUV will receive an all-electric powertrain by 2026.