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Honda Elevate, which competes with Creta, does not have this important feature, know the details


Honda Elevate is the most awaited car of the company.
Its direct competition is going to be from Hyundai Creta.
The company will bring this car in the mid-size segment.

New Delhi. Honda Elevate is the latest model in the mid-size SUV segment. Bookings for this car will start from July 2023. At the same time, it will be launched in India during the festive season. That is, the company can launch it in the market before Diwali. Here we will tell you about those features which you will not find in Elevate.

Hybrid and Turbo Petrol Engines
It was speculated that the new Honda Elevate mid-size SUV would come with hybrid and turbo petrol engines, which did not happen. In fact, the SUV is only available with the 1.5L NA petrol engine with manual and automatic gearbox options. The City sedan is available with Honda’s 1.5L Atkinson cycle engine with the e:HEV robust hybrid technology. This powertrain should be offered on the new Elevate to compete with the diesel versions of the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta. Honda also has turbo petrol engines in the global line-up – 1.0L 3-cylinder and 1.5L VTEC turbo.

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panoramic sunroof
The Elevate will come with a single-pane sunroof, a special feature offered by most of its competitors with a panoramic sunroof. Hyundai Creta, MG Astor, Toyota Hyryder and Maruti Grand Vitara get panoramic sunroof. In fact, the upcoming Kia Seltos facelift will also get this feature, which is quite popular among SUV buyers in the country.

Ventilated Front Seats
Ventilated seats are an important feature due to the hot weather in India. Barring the Astor and the C3 Aircross, this feature comes with most mid-size SUVs in the Indian market.

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360 degree camera
The new Honda Elevate mid-size SUV is equipped with a rearview camera and lanewatch camera feature. It gets a camera mounted on the left wing mirror, which shows rear traffic on the touchscreen unit when the turn indicators are used. Honda should have offered a 360-degree camera, which should have given the driver a better experience while parking or taking the car out of tight spots.

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