Honda to launch made-in-India SUV by 2023, size and pricing not disclosed

Despite Amaze's popularity, Honda feels customer preference has shifted to SUVs


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Arindam Majumder New Delhi
In yet another attempt to find its feet in the India market, Japanese carmaker Honda is going to launch a sport utility vehicle (SUV). The product - likely to be launched in 2023 - is going to be made in India, but is most likely to be exported to other countries.
“We acknowledge the customer preference shift to SUVs. The market share of the SUV segment is growing in India. We have studied the trend. I can confirm that a new SUV from the Honda stable is under development. This brand-new SUV is focused only for the India market,” said Gaku Nakanishi, president and chief executive officer, Honda Cars India.
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