Honda Elevate VX Vs ZX: The Honda Elevate is available in numerous specification levels, including SV, V, VX, and ZX. While the ZX is the top-of-the-line model, the VX may offer the greatest price-to-features ratio because it comes standard with a substantial number of amenities.
The VX trim of the Elevate includes 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, a single-pane sunroof, a partial digital driver display, a wireless phone charger, blind spot monitoring, a 6-speaker sound system, automated climate control, auto-folding ORVMs, LED fog lamps, and projector headlights. However, the ZX model comes with additional features such as the ADAS suite of features, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and six airbags.
The 10.25-inch touchscreen is the largest touchscreen we’ve ever seen in a Honda vehicle, and it’s exclusive to the ZX variant.
In spite of this, we anticipate that the VX variant will be the most popular based on the combination of price and features. The Elevate was designed for India, is based on the City platform, and was launched in India with a 1.5-liter petrol engine producing 121 horsepower.
Options for gearbox include a 6-speed manual and a CVT with paddle controls. The Elevate will be Honda’s most important model in India and the newest entry into the compact SUV segment.
In a few years, Honda will also release a pure electric version of the Elevate. Currently, Honda plans to release only a gasoline-powered version of the Elevate. The Elevate will compete with, among others, the Hyundai Creta, Maruti Grand Vitara, and Kia Seltos.