It was only 3 weeks ago when Honda India announced the Amaze Special Edition’s arrival to ring in the festive season. However, Honda’s celebrations show no sign of ceasing anytime soon – introducing the new Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition and Honda WR-V Exclusive Edition. Like the previously-introduced Amaze Special Edition, the Exclusive Edition of both these cars is available with petrol and diesel engines plus manual and automatic gearbox options. Better still, buyers of these ‘Exclusive Edition’ variants won’t have to pay a dime extra.
The new Honda Amaze and WR-V Exclusive Editions are based on the two cars’ fully decked-up VX trim. And as for their ex-showroom prices, the Exclusive Edition of the Amaze starts from Rs 7.96 lakh, while the WR-V’s special avatar commences from Rs 9.70 lakh. Note that these are the ex-showroom costs of the petrol versions with a manual transmission option. The Amaze Exclusive Edition petrol with a CVT starts at Rs 8.79 lakh, diesel with a manual gearbox starts at Rs 9.26 lakh, and diesel with a CVT costs Rs 9.99 lakh. Finally, the Exclusive Edition of the WR-V with the diesel motor and manual gearbox comes in at Rs 10.99 lakh.
Since it is so similar to the VX trim, the Amaze Exclusive Edition comes with the same exterior features like 15-inch alloy wheels, chrome grille, LED daytime running lights, and front fog lamps that are found on the top VX trim. However, it does get a few unique touches like chrome finish around the fog lamps and on the trunk, more chrome detailing around the windows, and dare you forget, some ‘Exclusive Edition’ badges too. Opening the doors of the Amaze Exclusive Edition will reveal step illumination, front footwell lighting, suede seat covers finished in black, and a front center armrest.
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Mr. Rajesh Goel, Sr. Vice President & Director, Marketing and Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said in a statement, “During this festive season, our focus has been to enrich our models with a distinct premium package which will appeal to our discerning buyers. The new editions of Amaze and WR-V are based on top-grade VX and aim to offer an enhanced look with added features. Due to the ongoing attractive festive promotions in the market and launch of these new Exclusive Editions, we believe this is the best time to make the much-awaited car purchase.”
Meanwhile, the WR-V Exclusive Edition comes with much of the same stuff as we see in its Amaze counterpart. So the changes in the exterior and interior look pretty much identical between these two special edition cars. However, the WR-V Exclusive Edition does add body graphics on the doors to the mix. In terms of its equipment list, the new WR-V Exclusive Edition exterior gets LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED fog lamps, dual-tone 16-inch alloy wheels, electric sunroof, protective body cladding, and chrome finish on the front grille, door handles, and tailgate. The interior features include a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, power-adjustable & folding door mirrors, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, push-button engine start, automatic climate control, a 7-inch touch-infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, and cruise control.
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The Amaze Exclusive Edition’s features list is identical to its VX sibling – it gets keyless entry with push-button start, single-zone automatic climate control, paddle shifters, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, cruise control, and a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen. The petrol version of the Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition houses a 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine with 89hp and 110Nm on tap and is mated to either a 5-speed manual or CVT gearbox. If you pick the manual gearbox option with the Amaze diesel version, its 1.5-liter four-cylinder motor will reward you with 99hp and 200Nm of torque. On the other hand, the CVT variant is down on punch – it only produces 79hp and 160Nm.
As for the Honda WR-V, there is no automatic gearbox on offer for the time being. Your choices are limited to either a 5-speed manual transmission on the petrol version or a 6-speed manual gearbox with the diesel variant. The engines themselves are identical to those found in the Amaze, so the power and torque figures remain the same.
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