Is Honda Elevate still in SUV League?

The Honda Elevate is an all-new midsize SUV that has boldly broken even SUVs. The Elevate has elevated proportions, standing tall at 1,650mm with a class-leading 220mm of ground clearance. The manufacturer declared that during the next three years, an all-electric SUV based on the Elevate will be introduced.

The SUV's distinctive Honda grille, which is surrounded by stylish LED headlamps and DRLs, is one of its outward features. With its thick plastic cladding and wide, nearly square wheel arches, the side profile highlights its muscular and sporty features. It has a unique tailboard design, LED tail lamps, and a redesigned rear bumper on the back.

The Elevate's interior features beige leather and a dual-tone design across the cabin. A tall 10.25-inch infotainment screen featuring wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto sits squarely in the centre of the dashboard, while a seven-inch digital driver's display sits to the right. In addition, a single-pane sunroof is included.

Engine and Gearbox
A powerful 1498 cc 1.5-liter i-VTEC petrol engine that produces 145 Nm of torque and 119 bhp of power powers the Elevate. A CVT or a six-speed manual gearbox are available with this engine. The Elevate's engine is built to deliver a responsive and seamless driving experience, whether you're speeding down the highway or through urban streets.

Honda has perfected the dynamics, and the Elevate's handling and riding are unparalleled. Easily the best mid-size SUV steering seen is this one. It is precise, pleasantly light at slower speeds, and gradually heavier as you accelerate. The Elevate is a pleasure to drive and flexibility around turns. 

Adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, and lane-keeping assistance are available as level 2 ADAS. Blind spots are reduced when changing lanes with the aid of the LaneWatch Camera. A 7-inch digital display that is seamlessly integrated into the instrument cluster.

The safety ratings of the Honda mid-size SUV have not yet been tested. Six airbags, ABS with EBD, hill start assist, and ISOFIX child seat mounting hooks are included in the top variants.

There are four different models of the Honda Elevate available: SV, V, VX, and ZX.

  • In comparison to some of its C-SUV rivals, it even outpaces their size.
  • Six airbags altogether and Level 2 ADAS hardware are included in the top-tier model.
  • Touchscreen offers contemporary connectivity choices and wireless smartphone integration.
  • Provided with a range of CVT automatic and manual gearbox choices.
  • With an amazing 458 litres of boot space, it leads the market.
  • There is no choice of engines because the diesel and hybrid options are not included.
  • Lacks high-end features such as a heads-up display (HUD), panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, and ventilated seats.
  • The lower trim levels might not include all the features.
  • At this time, the GNCAP rating is not available.

In addition to being simple to operate and live with on a daily basis, the Elevate provides a pleasurable driving experience. It is extremely reasonably priced at Rs 11 lakh–16 lakh, (ex-showroom). 

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