Honda entered the midsize SUV segment with the Elevate. The SUV was recently launched at an introductory price of Rs 10.99 lakh, ex-showroom. Honda Elevate has already started reaching dealerships across the country, and deliveries for the same have also started. Honda recently delivered 100 Elevate SUVs to customers in a single day. We drove the Honda Elevate and a first-drive review and a fuel economy run video are available on our YouTube and Instagram channels, respectively. Along with the SUV, official accessories for the Elevate have also been launched. Here we have a video that shows the Elevate SUV with official accessories from Honda.
The video has been uploaded by Motor Brain on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger gives a detailed walkaround of the exterior and interior of the SUV. The vlogger shows the large front grille with gloss black elements in it. The chrome, now all LED headlamps, and projector LED fog lamps, dual-function LED DRLs were all shown. The Elevate does get a sharp and muscular-looking design. It does look premium, especially in the Orange shade that is seen here. Coming to the accessories, Honda is offering a Signature package for the spoiler and chrome. The Signature package for the spoiler includes a front lip spoiler, side skirts, and rear lower garnish. The price of this accessory pack alone is Rs 33,250.
The chrome package includes chrome garnish on the lower part of the grille, garnish around fog lamps, tail lamps, and also the tailgate. The price of this chrome garnish on the Honda Elevate is Rs 15,010. The chrome package is actually divided into two parts. The one mentioned above is only for the front and rear. The chrome package for the side includes a fender garnish, door mirror garnish, quarter-pillar garnish, and also a door visor with chrome inserts. The cost of this particular package is Rs 13,615.
Other than this, Honda is also offering accessories like a floor mat at Rs 2,100, illuminated scuff plates for Rs 8,140, a cargo tray at the rear for Rs 3,650, and mudguards for Rs 2,210. If you opt for all these accessories mentioned above, then you would have to pay around Rs 77,975. The price mentioned here in the video is from a particular dealership, and the overall cost may change depending on the availability of products.
Honda Elevate is offered in four variants, namely – SV, V, VX, and ZX. The bookings for the Honda Elevate had started months ago, and while Honda had not confirmed the exact number of bookings, they did say that the waiting period for this SUV is around 6 months. Coming to the engine and transmission options, the Honda Elevate comes with a petrol engine only. Like many other manufacturers, Honda has also discontinued their diesel engine and is working with petrol and strong hybrid engines. Sadly, Elevate does not get a strong hybrid version. In the future, Honda might probably bring an all-electric version of Elevate. The Elevate is powered by a 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated engine that generates 121 Ps and 145 Nm of peak torque. This engine is available with a 6-speed manual and a CVT gearbox option.