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Honda Amaze launched at Rs. 4.99 lakh

  • The new Honda Amaze comes with a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel.

    The new Honda Amaze comes with a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel.

  • Amaze gets body coloured chin insert.

    Amaze gets body coloured chin insert.

  • The 5-speed manual gearbox has crisp shifting action.

    The 5-speed manual gearbox has crisp shifting action.

  • Honda's diesel engine makes Indian debut in Amaze.

    Honda's diesel engine makes Indian debut in Amaze.

  • Clutch action is light, brakes are strong.

    Clutch action is light, brakes are strong.

  • Honda's 1.5-litre i-DTEC motor uses the same architecture as the 1.6

    Honda's 1.5-litre i-DTEC motor uses the same architecture as the 1.6 and also comes with the same sophisticated hardware to reduce friction. It is tuned ...

  • Amaze petrol gets a different alloy-wheel design.

    Amaze petrol gets a different alloy-wheel design.

  • Speakers have been moved to the rear parcel tray from the rear door.

    Speakers have been moved to the rear parcel tray from the rear door.

  • USB and power outlet socket is ahead of the gear knob.

    USB and power outlet socket is ahead of the gear knob.

  • Wing-mirrors are now auto folding and come with indicators.

    Wing-mirrors are now auto folding and come with indicators.

Honda has launched the much-awaited Amaze saloon in India. The Amaze is Honda’s first sub-4-metre saloon. 

The big news is that Honda has introduced an all-new 1.5-litre, ‘Earth Dreams’ diesel engine in the Amaze, which is good for 98.6bhp. Along with this new engineered-for-India motor, the saloon is also available with the 1.2-litre petrol engine that is shared with the Brio hatchback. While the diesel-powered car comes with a five-speed manual gearbox, the 1.2-litre 88bhp petrol variant gets options of both a five-speed manual and a five-speed automatic’ box.


While based on Honda’s Brio hatch, the saloon gets subtle styling tweaks in the form of a different grille, fog lamps (only on the Indian version of the car) and new alloy wheels. The carmaker, in a brilliant engineering move, has given the Amaze a considerably longer wheelbase than the hatch, resulting in spacious interiors.   

The Amaze is available in four trim-levels and six colour shades. The petrol automatic variant is available in two trim levels, S and VX.
 
 
 
PRICE CHART
  Petrol Manual Petrol Automatic Diesel Manual
Honda Amaze E: Rs. 4.99 lakh S: Rs. 6.62 lakh  E: Rs. 5.99 lakh
  EX: Rs. 5.24 lakh VX: Rs. 7.50 lakh EX: Rs. 6.24 lakh
  S: Rs. 5.62 lakh   S: Rs. 6.67 lakh
  VX: Rs. 6.60 lakh   VX: Rs. 7.60 lakh
       
Maruti Dzire LXI: Rs. 4.92 lakh VXI: Rs. 6.75 lakh LDI: Rs. 5.99 lakh
  VXI: Rs. 5.54 lakh   VDI: Rs. 6.67 lakh
  ZXI: Rs. 6.45 lakh   ZDI: Rs. 7.50 lakh
       
Toyota Etios J: Rs. 5.45 lakh   JD: Rs. 6.70 lakh
  G: Rs. 5.99 lakh   GD: Rs. 7.07 lakh
  G SP: Rs. 6.47 lakh   GD SP: Rs. 7.56 lakh
  V: Rs. 6.70 lakh   VD: Rs. 7.76 lakh
  V SP: Rs. 7.09 lakh   VD SP: Rs. 8.16 lakh
       
Mahindra Verito G2: Rs. 5.32 lakh   D2: Rs. 6.31 lakh
  G4: Rs. 5.55 lakh   D4: Rs. 6.52 lakh
      D6: Rs. 7.19 lakh
       
Tata Manza GLS: Rs. 5.92 lakh   LS: Rs. 5.99 lakh
  GLX:  Rs. 6.15 lakh   LX: Rs. 6.54 lakh
  GVX: Rs. 6.55 lakh   VX: Rs. 7.20 lakh
  GEX: Rs. 7.53 lakh   EX: Rs. 8.14 lakh
  

 

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