Honda Cars India announces its partnership with IndusInd Bank. With the upcoming festive season, Honda Cars India plans to offer its customers convenient, affordable and personalised financial offerings. All these schemes will make owning a Honda City and Amaze more seamless and easier. These financial solutions include Low EMI, Flexi term, up to 100 per cent ex-showroom funding and customised schemes for specific customer groups like Farmers etc. Along with IndusInd Bank, Honda has tied up with various other banks to extend its reach to more customers.
Honda Amaze Updated With Minor Changes
The compact sedan segment is no longer the most sought after body type in recent time. Given the wide array of options in the same price bracket, customers are making their shift to high-raised SUVs. But, two products, i.e. Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Honda Amaze, are still selling in good numbers. And thus, to keep up with the competition, Honda has recently updated the Amaze with minor upgrades. Most of the changes are on the exteriors of the car.
This includes a new grille, projector headlamps, LED DRLs, revised front bumper with updated fog lamp housing and more. Of all the changes, the new set of alloys deserves all the attention, which look much sleeker. The tail lamps now get a new C-shaped LED element and a revised bumper with a subtle touch of chrome in the rear end. The interiors get very minute updates, which are hard to notice. The dashboard and door cards and steering wheel now get a silver insert that makes the interiors feel much premium. There are no updates to the mechanicals whatsoever.
The new facelifted Honda Amaze is available with both petrol and diesel options and manual and CVT gearbox options. The base petrol E trim starts at INR 6.32 lakh. Meanwhile, the feature-loaded VX CVT diesel retails at INR 11.15 lakh (ex-showroom). The range of Honda City starts at INR 11.19 lakh and goes all the way till INR 15.14 lakh (ex-showroom).