Is Honda Elevate superior in Performance and Multitasking?

In India, the Honda Elevate is the eighth vehicle available in the fiercely competitive C-SUV market. Honda asserts that the Elevate is the result of high engineering. Car buyers are undoubtedly concerned about Honda's decision to finally enter the market. From the perspective of a family car that puts quality, safety, comfort, and space above all else, the Elevate stands incredibly high.
With its wide and tall bonnet featuring ridges, the Elevate result an SUV-like appearance from the outside. Then, the large square grille, upright nose, and sleek DRLs incorporated into the headlamp cluster draw attention to the front fascia. The SUV has 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels on the sides. In the meantime, reflectors give the LED taillight at the back a connected appearance.

As soon as you step inside, the front seats, which were designed for the City are instantly recognisable as being in a Honda. Similar to the sedan, the seating ergonomics are excellent as well. Not only is there excellent visibility everywhere, but even when driving, you can easily reach the controls, including the touchscreen, gear lever, AC knobs, and cupholders.
Engine and Gearbox
A 1.5-liter NA petrol engine with a maximum output of 119 horsepower and 145 Nm of peak torque powers the Elevate. There are two different gearbox options: a CVT and a six-speed manual gearbox. Honda is keeping the Elevate with just one engine and two gearbox options in a segment that offers diesel, turbo-petrol, strong hybrid, and AWD.
In comparison to any forced-induced counterpart, the engine also has an amazing, natural, and pure sound. However, the City weighs 100kg less than the Elevate. So, don’t expect quick acceleration and a large grin every time you slam on the throttle. Instead, driving in the city or on the highway is made easy and comfortable with the Elevate. 
The feature list includes all the useful features you'd need on a daily basis, such as push-button start, automatic air conditioning, automatic headlights, auto-dimming IRVM, sunroof, Honda's lane watch camera, and ADAS. The panoramic sunroof, electric seats, 360-degree camera, and ambient lighting.

In addition to a rear parking camera, six airbags, lane watch assist, hill start assist, vehicle stability assist, and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) with adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, auto-emergency braking, and auto high beam assist are among its safety features. The Honda Elevate hasn't yet undergone an NCAP test.
There are four different variants of the Honda Elevate: SV, V, VX, and ZX. It is available in three dual-tone and seven monotone colours: Phoenix Orange Pearl with crystal black pearl roof, Platinum White Pearl with crystal black pearl roof, Radiant Red Metallic with crystal black pearl roof, Phoenix Orange Pearl, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Radiant Red Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Golden Brown Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, and Meteoroid Grey Metallic.
  • In comparison to some of its C-SUV rivals, it even outpaces their size.
  • Six airbags total and Level 2 ADAS hardware are included in the top-tier model.
  • Touchscreens offer contemporary connectivity options and wireless smartphone integration.
  • provided with a range of CVT automatic and manual gearbox choices.
  • Leading the segment with an exceptional boot space of 458 litres.
  • There is no choice of engines because the diesel and hybrid options are not included.
  • lacks high-end features like a heads-up display (HUD), panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, and ventilated seats.
  • The lower trim levels might not have all the features.
  • At this time, the NCAP rating is not available.
The base model of the Honda Elevate costs Rs. 11.56 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 16.42 lakh (average price ex-showroom). 

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