The Honda Amaze was launched as the first Diesel car from the Honda Family, in India. It is a compact sedan, and comes under the class and category of a City Car. Its characteristic individuality, enjoys respect and authority. Its wider make adds to strong personality. The Honda Amaze has been launched as the sedan version of the Honda Brio, and even though it is meant to be an upgraded version of the hatchback, it still is so much more different at the same time.
It has been introduced in the CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) Technology, making it the ultimate automatic vehicle. It ensures high fuel efficiency, reliability, comfort and convenience.
The Honda Amaze comes in two different variants, the Diesel Engine and the Petrol Engine.
The powerful 1.2L i-VTEC Petrol Engine, MT Transmission offers a mileage of 17.8 kmpl, and a power of 88 ps; whereas the CVT Transmission offers a mileage of 18.1 kmpl and a power of 90 ps.
The i-DTEC Diesel Engine offers a mileage of 25.8 kmpl and a power of 100 ps. The Diesel engine is not just lighter and more powerful, it also reduces friction, further reducing energy loss, resulting in unmatched smoothness and acceleration.
The Honda Amaze has been designed to suit the city roads, as well as convenient enough for long travels. Its wide body and grille in the front adds to its magnetism and the design is sure to entice any onlooker. The vehicle is designed to include, dual tone front grille, ultra-modern alloy wheels, front fog lamps, micro antenna, stylish rear combination lamps and turn indicators on the ORVM.
The make is eye catching and the design is sensible, setting it apart from its contemporaries. The Honda Amaze looks like a reliable vehicle and that is one of its best qualities.