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|New Honda cars||Price|
|Honda e:NS1||AED 79,000 - AED 126,000|
|Honda e:NP1||AED 82,000 - AED 109,000|
Soichiro Honda established Honda in 1948 in Hamamatsu, Japan. The business initially produced motorbikes, bicycles with tiny gas-powered engines, to provide the Japanese with affordable, dependable transportation after World War II. Honda created its first motorcycle, the Honda Dream, five years later. The Dream rose to the top of the motorcycle market by 1959.
Honda has produced 26.1 million cars and light trucks in the United States. A variety of models, including hybrids, electrics, fuel cells, sedans, coupes, SUVs, and a minivan, are available in its line-up. It is also one of the most respected brands in the sector. Thanks to the company's quality, innovation, and dependability, its cars are among the most coveted in the world. Its important automobile brands, like Accord and Civic, have long held the top in global sales.
The high angularity of the preceding generation Civic Si is best exemplified by the aggressive wings, aero inlets, and Type R splitters. The redesigned Civic profile, offered in sedan and hatchback variations, increases aerodynamic efficiency with 9 distinct trim levels. However, it will only be available as a four-door, unlike the Civic Si of the previous generation, which was also available as a coupe.
The Blazing paint colour, the black mirrors and window trim, the gloss black rear spoiler, the hidden front chin spoiler, and other characteristics are all unique to the Civic. A noteworthy change from the previous generation includes new rear taillight designs and a revamped back bumper. Dual exhaust tips allude to the Civic modest performance upgrades. In relation to it, the new Civic's exhaust system has a 27% higher flow rate than the standard Civic's. The organic exhaust is supplemented by an Active Sound Control system, with the tone adjusted for better sound quality over a wider engine rev range than in previous model years.
Honda still refuses to implement all-wheel drive in the Civic, even for the promised Type R. Despite this, this car's two sportiest trim levels are nevertheless equipped with several driver-focused equipment. The 1.5-litre turbocharged engine in the Si ups outputs a robust 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque from the original 2.0-litre inline-four engine in the Civic, which produces 158 horsepower. However, Honda asserts an improved response between the peak horsepower at 6,000 rpm and the redline at 6,500 rpm. Those 200 horsepowers are five less than the 205 horsepower of the 2020 model. Furthermore, peak torque now activates 300 rpm earlier, at 1800 rpm.
The lower-spec Civic has a continuously variable transmission, but the Si only has a six-speed manual transaxle. The 2022 Si's drivetrain inherits several performance-oriented features from the Type R's drivetrain, such as 10% shorter shifter throws, a more solid shift lever mounting bracket, and even a rev-matching technology that can blip the throttle in as little as 430 milliseconds. As the transmission sends power to the front wheels via a helical limited-slip differential, a considerable 26% weight reduction for the flywheel also aids in enhancing throttle responsiveness. Fancy buying this car? The new Honda Civic price in Dubai is AED 124,900.
The Honda Accord is still the best midsize family sedan even though its current generation is about to end. It continues to dazzle as a driver-focused vehicle with secure handling, a cosy, practical interior, and a long list of standard features. Everything is contained in an attractive and practical package for those who want something other than a big, bulky crossover.
Although a new Accord is scheduled to debut in 2022, Honda will continue to improve upon the mid-cycle refresh from 2021, which added a wider chrome grille and tech upgrades to the front end. The Accord's lineup continues to consist of a total of 10 trims distributed among three powertrain choices. Along with the base 192-horsepower 1.5-litre four-cylinder and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), the midrange 212-horsepower hybrid and the top-spec 252-horsepower 2.0-litre four-cylinder and 10-speed automatic are still available.
The Accord competes against segment heavyweights like the Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, Kia K5, Nissan Altima, Volkswagen Passat, Chevrolet Malibu, and Subaru Legacy. Still, it is frequently rated best in class for value and driving dynamics by both critics and fans. This is despite facing more fierce competition than ever, particularly from Korean entries, which have engineering and performance influenced by Germany and surpass Japanese quality and reliability.
Despite being older than some competitors, the Accord is still among the best most-like midsize family sedans money can buy. It still has the best interior and cargo space in its class, with enticing styling, amenities, and driving dynamics. There is also no shortage of modern technology and accepted safety equipment. There is an Accord for almost every buyer and budget, thanks to its wide range of trims and three available powertrains, though the 2.0T Sport and EX-L Hybrid are the best options. The new Honda Accord price in Dubai is 102,900.
The 4-door, 5-passenger Honda CR-V has established itself as one of the most well-liked compact SUVs and is Honda's best-selling passenger vehicle after five generations and 26 years on the road. With the sixth-generation redesign scheduled for 2023, Honda has transformed the CR-V into a more distinctive vehicle and one that pushes a very electric-friendly message to its drivers by incorporating an improved regenerative braking mode and one-pedal driving, two features typically reserved for Battery Electric Vehicles. In addition, Honda has given the hybrid versions of the CR-V more benefits and features than the standard gas models, including more horsepower, torque, and sport mode.
The Toyota RAV4 hybrid made its debut in 2016, and RAV4 EVs were available in limited quantities as early as 1997. Despite Honda's late arrival to the electrification party, the company is now bullish on hybrids to generate consumer interest and boost consumer confidence in electrification. The 2023 CR-V hybrid's new "B" mode, which replaces "D," enables drivers to improve regenerative braking, sending home the EV message. The left paddle shifter has four steps that can be used to increase the regenerative braking intensity. A progressive arrow on the instrument panel shows how much regenerative braking is used. Consider it a hands-on regenerative braking demonstration.
For the first (partially) electrified CR-V, Honda decided it would be best to keep things simple, so only four trims are available. While the conventional gasoline versions carry the "Turbo" moniker and are available in EX and EX-L trims, the hybrid models are represented by the Sport and Sport Touring trims. In contrast to previous hybrids, the new CR-electrified V's option is faster. A 2.0-litre gasoline engine and a dual electric motor setup are combined in the hybrid system to produce a system output of 204 horsepower with a 247 pound-feet of torque. The 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder in the gas engine versions produces 190 horsepower and 179 lb-ft of torque. The new Honda CRV price in Dubai is AED 139,900.
Three versions of this small sedan from Japan are offered. The Honda Civic is available in the UAE for an average market price of AED 72,900. The Civic offers 2.0-litre and 1.5-liter engines, giving new car buyers a choice.
The Honda Odyssey is the available luxury vehicle. The new Honda Odyssey price in Dubai is AED 156,900.
Honda's Civic is the brand's best-selling vehicle of all time, with close to 30 million units sold worldwide. Since its introduction in 1973, the Civic has sold more than 12.3 million units in the United States, making it the nation's top-selling small vehicle during that time.
There are 64 new Honda cars available for sale in Dubai.
The cheapest Honda car based on currently available listings is Honda e:NS1.
The starting price of a new Honda car in Dubai is AED 79,000.
The most popular new Honda cars for sale in Dubai are Honda e:NS1, Honda e:NP1, Honda M-NV.
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