MFC buying guide - Honda Amaze
There is no doubt that the sub-compact sedan category of vehicles is one of the most important contributors to the rapid growth of the Indian car industry. The constant rise along with the presence of cars in the industry like the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Honda Amaze and Hyundai Xcent confirms the importance of this class of cars in the car market of India. After Honda launched the Amaze in India, it quickly became not only one of the best selling cars for Honda, but also one of the top selling cars in our country. Introducing the Honda Amaze compact sedan was a breakthrough for Honda, as far as diesel cars are concerned. With Amaze, Honda ventured into the diesel car arena and also into the compact sedan category which contributed to popularise this new segment of vehicles. The car got minor changes to its model which was done to keep it at par with the stiff competitors in the market
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The interiors of the new Honda Amaze are identical to the earlier model. Honda Amaze is a compact sedan that provides one of the most spacious cabins. It has ample leg space at the front as well as the rear and has an impressive boot space of 400 litres, which is one of the highest in its class. The Amaze has been styled with interiors in black with aesthetic design with considerable upgrades in the quality of plastic that has been used.
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The chrome radiator grille is bold and upright and the fog lamp enclosures are bigger. The dashboard of the new Honda Amaze is touched off with silver accents across it. It now comes with rectangular AC vents, a restyled smart console at the center. Steering mounted audio controls, Aux-in, USB and Bluetooth connectivity along with new additions like automatic AC and a 3D speedometer make this compact sedan a great competitor in the market.
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The Honda Amaze is driven by a 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine that generates 87bhp of output and 110Nm of max torque. On the other hand, the diesel model is driven by a 1.5 litre engine that delivers 98bhp of output and 200Nm of max torque. This engine is mated to a five speed manual transmission. The petrol model also comes with a five speed automatic transmission system and is claimed to return a mileage of 17.8 kmpl. The diesel unit is a lot more power packed than the petrol engine and returns mileage of 23 kmpl in the city. The Amaze comes with ABS and EBD which are offered only in the higher trims.
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The Honda Amaze price starts from 5.83 lakh in Delhi. The Honda Amaze on road price is under the 10 lakh bracket with the top model having a price of 9.24 lakh.