Honda will announce the Elevate SUV’s pricing in September, but we know everything about the SUV as it comes loaded with decent features. On the other hand, the Honda City comes loaded with slightly more features and good comfort, but did you know that Elevate misses out on these 5 features over the City ? Why don’t we list down the top 5 features the Honda Elevate misses over the City –
- Rear Sunshade
- Powered Driver Seat
- Petrol-Hybrid Powertrain
- Rear Disc Brakes
- Bigger Boot Space
The first feature that the Elevate SUV misses out on is the Rear Sunshade which City as a sedan gets it. The Sunshade is good as it blocks the sunlight reducing the interior heat, and preserves the cars upholstery. Next feature the Elevate misses over the City is the Powered Driver Seat. Many of its rivals in this segment already offers this feature, and the Honda not offering this feature in the Elevate seems like a missed opportunity.
A Powered Driver’s Seat offers personalized comfort and ergonomics, allowing easy adjustments for different drivers. This enhances driving posture, reduces fatigue on long journeys, and contributes to a safer and enjoyable driving experience. The third feature Elevate misses out is the Petrol-Hybrid Powertrain. When Honda introduced the Petrol-Hybrid Powertrain in the City, all of a sudden it was back in the segment given how useful this engine could be, and how much range it could give for long distance travelling. Elevate should have got this powertrain, but Honda is skipping this, and will be launching the Electric version of the SUV by 2025.
Last 2 Features the Elevate misses out on is the Rear Disc Brakes, and Bigger Boot Space. The Elevate is offered with Drum Brakes at rear, and boot space of 458 L while the City has boot of 506 L.