Honda Elevate Now Available at CSD Outlets, Extending Exclusive Offers to Armed Forces Personnel

In a notable move, Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has announced the inclusion of its SUV, the Honda Elevate, in the offerings available through the Canteen Stores Department (CSD). The Elevate will be made available at an exclusive concessional rate for armed forces personnel, ex-servicemen, and their families. This initiative aligns with Honda’s dedication to honoring the service of Indian Armed Forces members.

While the specific pricing details have not been disclosed, interested customers can obtain this information from their nearest CSD outlet. Previously, only the Amaze and the City models were part of the CSD offerings, and now, with the introduction of the Elevate SUV, Honda completes its portfolio available through CSD outlets.

Mr. Kunal Behl, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, HCIL, expressed, ‘Extending Honda Elevate availability to our uniformed heroes is a privilege. This initiative reinforces our commitment to supporting those who serve our nation by offering them access to top-quality Honda products.’

Honda Elevate Variant, Engine, and Gearbox Specifications

The Honda Elevate SUV is offered in seven petrol variant options. Powered by a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, it can be paired with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed CVT automatic transmission. This five-seater SUV boasts a claimed mileage ranging from 15.31 to 16.92kmpl, depending on driving conditions. In city testing, the petrol manual variant delivered 11.36kmpl, while on the highway, it achieved an impressive 18.5kmpl.

The introduction of the Elevate at CSD outlets signifies Honda’s recognition of the unique needs of armed forces personnel and their families. By collaborating with CSD, Honda reinforces its commitment to meeting the expectations and evolving requirements of those who have served or continue to serve in safeguarding our nation.

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