Honda Cars India is currently in the middle of its nationwide Monsoon Service Camp that will conclude at the end of this month. The Monsoon Camp was announced on June 19. As a part of the camp, Honda is offering its customers a free 32-point car check and top wash along with other offers.
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Honda Monsoon Service Camp: What’s in store for Honda car owners?
Apart from availing a free 32-point car check at authorised car dealerships across the country, Honda car owners can also make use of schemes on select parts such as Wiper Blade/Rubber, Tyre & Battery, Door Rubber Seal and services like headlamp cleaning, front windshield cleaning and underbody anti-rust coating. Honda is also offering a car evaluation for the best exchange price at its Monsoon Service Camp.
Customers can also take the new Honda City facelift for a test drive at the automaker’s Monsoon Camp. Honda is taking this opportunity to showcase its ADAS package, dubbed Honda Sensing, on the popular sedan. Honda’s newest midsize SUV, Elevate, also gets the Honda Sensing package. Since it is yet to be launched, Honda Elevate won’t be available for test drives at the Monsoon Camp.
Talking about the initiative, Mr Kunal Behl, Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd. said, “As a company that is committed to offering enhanced experience to our customers, our extensive dealer network is geared up to organize this monsoon check-up camp. Supported by trained professionals, the initiative will take care of all necessary checks and ensure a safe and hassle-free driving experience throughout the monsoon season. We urge our customers to visit their nearest dealerships to avail these benefits.”
Honda’s Monsoon Service Camp will last all month, concluding on June 30. In other news, Honda recently unveiled its latest offering in the midsize SUV category, Honda Elevate. Honda Elevate is specially designed for Indian roads and will take on the likes of Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Toyota Urban Cruiser HyRyder, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, and Hyundai Creta.