Honda Amaze Facelift on the Road: Sleek, Sporty, and Sophisticated.

The Honda Amaze mid-life update for the second-generation was recently released. Honda updated the pre-facelift model with new features and cosmetic adjustments, but the engine and gearbox remained the same. Additionally, the mid-spec V trim has been discontinued, leaving just three options for the sub-4 million sedan: E, S, and VX.
The Honda amaze now has projector headlamps with LED DRLs, upgraded fog lamp housings with chrome surrounds, and LED fog lamps. The projector headlamps also have LED treatment and can turn on automatically. The front grille has twin chrome slats beneath the large chrome bar. With the exception of the newly designed 15-inch alloy wheels and the chrome outside door handles, the profile is largely unchanged from the pre-facelift version from the side views.

Compared to the outside, the inside of the facelifted Amaze receives fewer changes. Silver accents have been added to the dashboard, steering wheel, and door pads in an attempt by Honda to lighten the interior. The interior's fit and finish, as well as the centre console and other well-integrated features like the glovebox and front AC vents, are all very impressive.
The 1.2-litre petrol engine, featuring a power output of 90 PS and a torque of 110 Nm, presents an intriguing option for those seeking both efficiency and performance in their vehicle. This compact yet capable engine is complemented by the choice of a continuously variable transmission (CVT) or a 5-speed manual gearbox, providing drivers with flexibility and control over their driving experience.
The engine and gearbox combination of the sub-4m sedan is one area where Honda hasn't changed at all. With identical 1.2-litre and 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, respectively, the facelifted Amaze soldiers on. It is the Amaze's most sophisticated engine, but it is best suited for city commutes.
A 7-inch touchscreen, auto-LED projector headlights, cruise control, and paddle shifters (available exclusively on CVT variants) are among the features of the Honda sedan.
The sedan is equipped with a standard suite of safety features and lacks any unique or revolutionary features, such as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). However, as part of the safety suite across all variants, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Isofix child seat mounts, and parking sensors come standard.
  • Among the class's most attractive sedans.
  • Powerful diesel engine.
  • Both engines are available in automatic mode.
  • Pleasant ride quality.
  • Poor performance from the engine.
  • Lacking certain features, such as rear headrest adjustments and an auto-dimming IRVM.
The base price of the Honda Amaze is Rs. 7.10 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 9.86 lakh. There are seven different Amaze models available: the base model is called E, and the top model is called Honda Amaze Elite Edition CVT.

The Honda Amaze has a good balance of comfort, practical features, and cabin space, which helps it score highly on the sensible factor. Simply put, the price is a bit on the higher side.

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