With customers getting increasingly style conscious, manufacturers are going the extra mile when designing compact sedans. And the new generation Honda Amaze is a great example. Its design may have received mixed reactions, especially the flat face, but I for one like the front end, though the grille is a little too thick for my liking. The headlamp design looks appealing and distinctive, though I wish the LED daytime running lamps were brighter. The boxy design has a slightly retro vibe to it, which has its own appeal. Most importantly the integration of the boot is a lot better, which makes for a far more appealing looking derriere. The interiors of the new Amaze are a huge step-up. A lot of credit for that goes to the part-beige, part-black interiors. While the top of the dashboard is finished in black, it's lower half and the seats are beige-hued which makes for an airy and premium feel. The dash layout is simple yet elegant and the 7-inch touchscreen (only on offer in the top of the line VX variant) gets gloss black surrounds which make it look larger. Quality of plastics could have been slightly better though. The cabin is spacious from behind the wheel, as the windscreen is placed far from the driver. Also, despite being a compact sedan there's enough room at the front for both passengers to move their arms around without making contact. We've only managed to lay our hands on the diesel-engined equipped Amaze so far, which is powered by the same 1.5-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine as before. The engine also performs duty in cars like the Honda City, Honda WR-V and the Honda BR-V and offers 100PS and 200Nm. Honda claims to have improved NVH levels further, as the engine's noisiness has been a bit of an issue in the past. The Amaze diesel is thus one of the most powerful cars in the segment, but its engine isn't the most athletic when it comes to responses, and it feels laidback as compared to other cars in the segment. That said the car managed the 0-100kmph feat in 12.6 seconds in our acceleration tests, which is quick.
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I have Amaze AMT diesel 2019. Little noisy in the diesel model, the average is something that I have driven 20km/ltr but the main problem is in the dashboard irritating s...
Very bad car and body quality are very low. The car suspension is very poor suspension doing high noise on a rough road and very bad handling. I bought this car myself an...
Comfort in the nominal budget as the same as Verna. In city, mileage is 15 kmpl approx. Handling is good with a good turning radius. Ujjain city dealer Avantika Honda Ser...
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