January 24, 2017: Cash benefits of Rs 70,000 available on all pre-facelift models of the Amaze. For the facelifted models built in 2016, Honda is giving away discounts comprising cash benefits, cash discounts, corporate discounts, exchange bonuses and Honda Assure benefits. For all the Amaze sedans manufactured in 2017 (except E MT), Honda is offering an exchange benefit of Rs 30,000.
Honda is expected to launch the next generation of the Amaze sedan by mid-2018. The India bound version will show reworked interiors and exteriors and also upgrade safety equipment. The company recently introduced a facelift for its compact sedan priced from INR 5.29 to 8.19 lakhs (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). The car has a new front/rear bumper, reworked radiator grille and new taillights on outside and a new dual-theme dashboard with an automatic climate control system inside. Engine wise, it retains the same 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol and the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engines. The new Amaze also gets a new CVT transmission option and dual front airbags as a standard feature.
I am planning to buy a sedan for myself and therefore I went to a Honda dealership to test drive the new Honda Amaze.
Overall experience with the car was fine. The car recently has got a facelift and this is one good thing. The looks are improved now and even the interiors are changed. One of my friends owns the previous version of the Amaze so I can say Honda has introduced decent changes in the new version.
Then I came to the most important part and that is the ride quality. I drove the dies read more 20
Yesterday, I went to a Honda dealership as I am planning to buy a comfortable sedan for myself. There I test-drove the Amaze. The car's looks were not able to impress me especially the rear. The refreshed interiors though were so bad and made an impact. The feature list is also decently long so you can be happy there as well. I liked the built quality - more when I have been into Maruti's products. I sat on the rear bench and it was comfortable. Sometimes I have to seat three people ther read more 38
Look and Style Exterior look is excellet.
Comfort : Inside confort is Ok. It is not as spacious as projected. Space is little bit higher than dzire. Only two persons can seat comfortably on rear seat. No front & rear head rest.
Pickup : Petrol Engine ws very smoth and Gear was also very smoth in petrol car.Pickup in Petrol Engine was good.
Diesel engine up to 2nd gear pick up was good. But in 3rd gear car i felt car struggling to move.Engine was making little bit higher noise. Shifting gea read more 96
The Amaze started a new phase for Honda in India. The diesel phase to be precise. The compact sedan was the first car to introduce the i-DTEC motor to the market. Though Honda was producing some pretty good cars, their petrol-only portfolio was losing to the diesel alternatives of the competition. Honda also needed to take advantage of the lucrative compact sedan segment, so what better way to introduce a brand first? The Amaze also received a facelift, which corrected some of the drawbacks of the first generation model. Does it tick the right boxes? Let’s find out.
Things We Like in Amaze
Powerful engines for the segment.
One of the most fuel efficient diesel cars in the country (25.8kmpl).
Inoffensive, but attractive styling.
Spacious cabin and generous boot space.
Things We Don't Like in Amaze
Amaze’s diesel has poor NVH level management.
Dashboard though better than before, still isn’t as upmarket as some rivals’.
Not as feature rich as other cars in the segment.
Stand Out Features
CVT automatic transmission.
One of the most efficient diesel engines in its class.
The Honda Amaze is a well-packaged and compact car with a decent list of features. It also gets potent, but efficient engines and is backed by Honda’s good ownership experience.
"The Amaze is a fantastic all-rounder."
It’s not the best looking/most equipped/best handler in the segment, but what it is, is a fantastic all-rounder.
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The facelifted Honda Amaze has made its way to the Indian market today. Priced between INR 5.29 lakh to INR 8.19 lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi), this is the first refreshment for the compact sedan since its debut in 2013. Read Full News