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The Amaze is a sub four meter compact sedan brought in by Honda to the Indian market way back in 2013. Ever since its launch, the Amaze has turned out to be a huge success in the Indian market.
Honda launched the second generation of the Amaze in the year 2018 with comprehensive updates. To make the Amaze even more desirable, Honda also launched a facelift of the Amaze in the year 2021 with some minor updates.
Honda offers the Amaze with two engine options - a 1.5 liter (1498 cc) four-cylinder turbo diesel engine that churns out 100 hp and 200 Nm, and a 1.2 liter (1199 cc) four-cylinder petrol engine producing 90 hp and 110 Nm.
The Honda Amaze is available in both petrol and diesel fuel type.
The engine on the Honda Amaze comes mated to either a 5 speed manual or a CVT automatic transmission.
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Latest update includes a Honda Amaze with an emissions test kit that was recently spotted, implying that a CNG version is on the way.
Honda offers the Amaze in a total of five variants. This includes four diesel - E, S, VX, VX CVT, and five petrol variants - E, S, S CVT, VX, VX CVT.
Top features on the Honda Amaze include projector headlamps, LED daytime running lamps, cruise control, automatic climate control, steering mounted controls, keyless entry, push button start/stop, 7.0 inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and paddle shifters (Petrol CVT only).
Safety features such as dual front airbags, ABS (Anti-lock braking system) with EBD (Electronic brake force distribution), rear parking camera with sensors, and ISOFIX child seat anchors come as standard across all variants.
The Honda Amaze is available in five different attractive color options. This includes Radiant Red, White Pearl, Meteriod Grey Metallic Color, Golden Brown Metallic, and Lunar Silver Metallic.
Pricing for the Honda Amaze starts at Rs 6.32 lakhs and goes up till Rs 11.15 ex-showroom for the top of the line diesel CVT variant.
The Honda Amaze competes against rivals like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor, and the Ford Aspire.
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The Amaze is one of the most elegant, and expensive looking sedans in the sub four meter sedan segment.
Interior of the Amaze feels upmarket with use of good market materials and highlights like the piano black finish and silver accents on the dashboard and the doors.
Cabin of the Amaze scores high in terms of practicality. There are multiple storage spaces throughout the cabin including large bottle holders, two cup holders in the center console, cup holders in the arm rest, and a decently sized glove box.
Cabin of the Amaze is fairly spacious with good legroom both at the front and the rear.
With 420 liters of boot space, the Honda Amaze is the most practical compact sedan available.
The 1.5 liter diesel engine on the Amaze is amongst the best in the segment.
The Honda Amaze Diesel is highly fuel efficient with an ARAI claimed mileage figure of 24.7 kmpl.
The Amaze misses out on some crucial features like rear AC vents, adjustable Rear Headrests, and auto-dimming IRVM.
Cruise control is offered only in the MT variants. Similarly, paddle shifters too are present only in the petrol CVT variants and not the diesel.
The petrol engine on the Amaze isn't very punchy, therefore, you have to downshift everytime you need a quick move on.
Headroom is a bit lacking at the rear. Moreover, the Amaze isn't a very wide car in the segment, so seating three at the back isn't all that comfortable.
At a price range of almost Rs 6.32 to Rs 11.15 lakhs, the Honda Amaze offers quite a lot of bang for your buck. Though the Dzire and the Tigor are available at cheaper price, they don't have a diesel engine option, which is a big miss. Moreover, when compared to the Aspire and Aura, the Amaze still turns out to be a more complete package overall.
The Honda Amaze is that one kid at school who is good at everything. It looks impressive on the outside, feels premium on the inside, is sufficiently spacious, comes equipped with a lot of features, and drives well too. And most importantly, it's a sub four meter compact sedan, so it doesn't break your bank either. Being a Honda, ownership experience with the Amaze remains hassle free. Therefore, the Honda Amaze turns out to be an incredible package overall. Though it does have some shortcomings like the lack of some key features and not so fun to drive petrol engines, then Amaze still remains amongst the best choices for people looking for an all rounder family sedan.
When fared against its rivals, the Honda Amaze stands tall with a lot of advantages. Firstly, it is the most well balanced, and attractive looking car in its segment. Also, its cabin feels fairly premium with nice materials and premium touches. The black and beige cabin adds the airy feeling to the already spacious cabin. With 420 litres of boot space and multiple storage spaces inside the cabin, the Amaze is highly practical. And most importantly, the tried and tested 1.5 liter diesel engine on the Amaze is amongst the best.
The Honda Amaze comes equipped with loads of convenient features such as projector headlamps, LED daytime running lamps, cruise control, automatic climate control, steering mounted controls, keyless entry, push button start/stop, 7.0 inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and paddle shifters (Petrol CVT only). As far as the driving experience is concerned, it is the diesel manual Amaze that is most fun to drive. The engine is very tractable as power starts kicking in from as low as 1500 rpm, from where it pulls strongly uptil around 4000 rpm. The engine feels refined and cabin insulation too, is adequate, but not the best in the segment. Handling wise, the Amaze stays planted at high speeds. However, isn't the most enthusiastic to drive around corners. The suspension setup is nicely tuned and the ride feels well cushioned over bad roads.
In conclusion, the Honda Amaze is undoubtedly one of the best cars in the market, if you are looking for an all rounder family car. If driving pleasure is your top priority, you should definitely opt for the diesel manual. Meanwhile, choose the automatic if you drive mostly in the city.
The Amaze comes with safety features such as dual front airbags, ABS (Anti-lock braking system) with EBD (Electronic brake force distribution), rear parking camera with sensors, and ISOFIX child seat anchors come as standard across all variants.
Body Type Sedan
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 23.8 kmpl
City Mileage 19.68 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5