It seems all the features are same then why there is a price difference
Arun on Monday, June 22, 2015 1:59:48 AM
well above said answer dont have any difference between s-i-dtec and vx i-d-tec
and what was hefty bhp output for vx i d tec i see its same output for all version mentioned
thomas on Thursday, August 29, 2013 8:59:42 AM
These are the different variants of Honda Amaze.
Honda Amaze E i-DTEC has a 1.5-litre diesel engine capable of producing a power of 98.6bhp at 3600rpm while the torque gets as high as 200Nm at 1750rpm. The displacement of the vehicle is 1498cc. It lacks the CD player however the vehicle has central locking system, Anti-lock Braking System, air conditioner and power steering.
Honda Amaze EX i-DTEC offers 1.5-litre diesel engine which can churn out a power of 98.6bhp at 3600rpm and the torque provided by the vehicle is 200Nm at 1750rpm. The i-DTEC engine offers 1498cc which offers an efficient 21kmpl mileage. The vehicle comes with all the major features such air conditioning, CD player, Anti-lock Braking System, power steering, power windows and central locking system.
The Honda Amaze S i-DTEC has a 1.5-litre diesel engine with a displacement of 1498cc. The vehicle is capable of producing an output of 98.6bhp at 3600rpm and an amazing torque of 200Nm at 1750rpm. The vehicle offers all the major features such as central locking, Anti-lock Braking System, CD player, power steering and power windows. The mileage of the vehicle is 21kmpl in the city paths while the same on highways goes up to 25.8kmpl.
Honda Amaze VX i-DTEC is the highest priced vehicle in the Honda Amaze range. The vehicle is offered with a powerful 1.5-litre which churns out a hefty 98.6bhp output and a torque of 200Nm at 1750rpm. The Honda Amaze VX i-DTEC comes with a manual transmission and is capable of offering 21kmpl mileage on city roads and 25.8kmpl mileage on highways. The vehicle is however equipped with central locking, CD player, Anti-lock Braking System, power steering, power windows and air conditioning.
The engine noise is coming in the cabin because of poor cabin insulation and it depends on various things like gaps between panels and doors, material quality, etc. You need to get major changes in the interior for better insulation and we won't recommend that.
You should go for the fourth servicing despite the fact that you have not driven your car much. It is important that you go for regular servicing. Whether you want to go for wheel balancing should depend on if your car is bobbing while driving or it is not going in straight line.
The choice of the variant between diesel and petrol would depend on what would be your monthly run. If your monthly run is more than 1500 kms, you should go for the diesel variant else you should go for the petrol variant.