Honda launches new grades of Mobilio,tagged up to Rs11.55 lakh

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Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) today introduced two new grades of its newly launched multi-purpose vehicle Mobilio priced between Rs 9.46 lakh and Rs 11.55 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

The new new grades of Mobilio feature audio video navigation (AVN) and rear parking camera, the company said in a statement.

"The AVN system and rear view parking camera are one of the most sought after features and adds to the premium feel of the car," HCIL Senior Vice President – Marketing & Sales Jnaneswar Sen said.

The new grade V(O) will be positioned on top of the existing E, S and V grades in both petrol and diesel versions and priced at Rs 9.46 lakh for petrol variant and Rs 10.45 lakh in diesel.

The Mobilio RS(O) diesel will be priced at Rs 11.55 lakh.

The availability of the RS and RS(O) grades will be from mid-September 2014, HCIL added.

HCIL had launched the Mobilio in India in July priced between Rs 6.49 lakh and Rs 10.86 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It couldn't introduce the AVN equipped grades due to technical glitches then.

The complete range of the Mobilio is now available in 10 variants.

The company had sold 3,365 units of the multi-purpose vehicle in July with over 10,000 bookings up till the month.

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