Hatchbacks are one of the most practical and functional cars, especially for the quintessential Indian family. With flexible interiors to prioritize passenger or cargo needs and better height, hatchbacks are a popular choice, both if you’re looking to buy new or used cars.
Honda hatchback cars have earned a good reputation in the Indian market today since they immediately invoke a sense of trust. If you’re looking to buy a Honda hatchback, here are the top options for 2019.
The Amaze Ace Edition promises all the fantastic features of Amaze with a generation upgrade. The new-age design gives it a sleek quality look. Its affordable price range of Rs. 5.6 to Rs. 8.9 lakhs make it a great buy. With economical petrol and diesel variant along with the CVT automatic option, it has a power-packed engine and impressive fuel efficiency rating. It’s one of the most preferred hatchbacks in the country and is highly recommended by experts.
Honda Civic Hatchback
With a distinctively sporty and sleek look, the Civic Hatchback is making significant inroads in the hatchback realm. It has appealing exteriors, such as the C-shaped LED taillights that seamlessly blend with the design language while adding a touch of aesthetics to the car. Add to this the premium-looking comfortable interiors with dual-toned leather upholstery and functional features; this makes the Civic Hatchback worth every penny. If you find the new model steep for your budget, you can easily opt for a second-hand car, and even take advantage of the used car loans available in India to fuel your dream of owning this gorgeous hatchback.
Honda Jazz Hybrid Hatchback
The hatchback world is waiting with bated breath for the launch of Jazz’s hybrid version – Honda Fit to hit the showrooms. The pictures released on the internet caught the attention of automobile experts and enthusiasts alike. With a modified powertrain, which is even more compact than the one fitted in Accord, the car will align with the BS-VI norms that will be implemented by the middle of next year. Competing with the likes of Volkswagen Polo and Maruti Suzuki Baleno, this car is expected to be priced at somewhere between Rs. 8 and Rs. 10 lakhs. With eye-catching jazzy exteriors, this hatchback will surely appeal to the younger demographic.
As you look at the new Honda hatchbacks that have already hit the Indian market or are expected to be available soon, be sure to also keep in mind that new cars come at a significantly high cost. Second-hand cars are both economical and, when bought from the right dealer, could be of the same quality as a new car. Additionally, you can further reduce the financial burden of buying a second-hand car by taking a second-hand car loan. Tata Capital used car loan will even out the outflow of money and you can benefit from its flexible EMI payment option.