Honda Amaze Highlights

Honda’s Amaze was a landmark in India. The brand’s 1.5-litre diesel engine, the first diesel/CVT powertrain configuration in this segment, and many more. It’s also the only compact sedan that does not have a hatchback counterpart as of late-2021. This ensures that the second generation Amaze is a sedan with a distinct identity and not a longer hatchback.

The Honda Amaze received a makeover for 2021. It’s now more attractive and desirable than ever. The Honda Amaze’s prices have also been revised upwards. Is this the best compact sedan? Let’s see what it looks like.

Exterior

As mentioned above, the Honda Amaze is entirely new and was not influenced by a small hatchback. The new Honda Amaze model’s design is striking, and it doesn’t borrow styling cues or parts from the predecessor. The new model features a full-LED front setup and two new slats beneath the thick chrome grille bar. The model also features new alloy wheels with diamond cuts, and C-shaped LED taillamps.

Variants

There are three Honda Amaze models: VX, S, E. The VX model comes with some great equipment, including a 7.0-inch infotainment screen with Apple Carplay/Android Auto and reverse parking camera, reverse sensors, climate control, push-button start and keyless entry, and steering-mounted audio controls.

The car doesn’t come with fancy equipment such as a wireless charger, leather-wrapped steering wheels, or automatic headlamps. This is a major disappointment considering the Honda Amaze’s on-road price.

Interior

The Honda Amaze’s interiors have been nearly unchanged since the last update. The interior is now finished in black and brown, with a touch of silver on the door pads and steering wheel. However, the original lighter beige colour for the seats has not changed.

The driver is seated in front of a well-organized instrument cluster with a MID. Although it’s informative, it seems a little out-of-date compared to the rest. The steering wheel is three-spoke and has controls for both the cruise control and the infotainment system. However, a leather wrap would have been a nice touch.

Engine Specifications and Performance

There are two engines available for the Amaze: petrol or diesel. The company’s 1.2-litre iVTEC four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine produces 90 bhp and 110 Nm of torque. You can choose between a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT-automatic gearbox. The company’s 1.5-litre four-cylinder i-DTEC diesel engines produce 99 bhp and 200 Nm of torque when combined using the manual gearbox. The diesel engine can be combined with the CVT auto box to produce 80 bhp and 180 Nm of torque.

Honda Amaze Summary

Displacement 1199 cc
Max Power 90 bhp @ 6000 rpm
Drive Type FWD
Mileage 18.6 kmpl
ABS Yes

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