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Honda opens pre-launch bookings for Amaze facelift

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Honda has announced that the brand is launching the facelift model of the Honda Amaze in the Indian market. The company has opened bookings of the Honda Amaze in India from all Honda Car dealerships and Honda official website. The brand has set the booking amount to INR 21,000 at its physical dealerships. While customers can also book the Amaze from the safety of their home using the ‘Honda From Home’ platform by putting down a booking amount of just INR 5,000. Honda has also revealed that the Amaze will be

Honda Amaze Facelift – Exterior Changes

The 2021 Honda Amaze facelift will come with new headlamps with projectors and a smoke effect. The front fascia will also receive changes to the radiator grille, which now features two new horizontal slats under the chrome bar. In the outgoing model, the radiator grille features a chrome bar and honeycomb mesh inserts. The taillamps on the facelift also receive new light signatures and appear to be LED combination units. The car also comes with newly designed alloy wheels.

Honda Amaze Facelift – Interior Changes

The brand has not revealed the interiors of the Honda Amaze facelift, but the layout is likely to remain the same. Expect Honda to update the trim and upholstery on the interiors. The brand is also likely to update the infotainment system on the facelift model adding to the comfort and convenience quotient of the car.

Honda Amaze Facelift – Engine Specifications

Honda is likely to continue with the same BS6 compliant engine lineup. Powering the outgoing Honda Amaze is a 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol engine. The SOHC engine with i-VTEC is capable of producing 90 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque. The BS6-compliant 16-valve engine comes with a 5-speed manual and the option of a CVT gearbox. Honda claims that the Amaze in the petrol manual avatar delivers 18.6 kmpl of mileage. On the other hand, the CVT petrol variant can deliver 18.3 kmpl of mileage.

The brand also offers the compact sedan in a diesel engine avatar. Powering the Amaze diesel is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine with a DOHC i-DTEC valve distribution system. The car is also available in both the 5-speed manual and CVT gearbox options. The manual transmission option delivers an output of 100 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque. The CVT gearbox model produces 80 PS of power and 160 Nm of torque. The manual transmission model claims 24.7 kmpl of mileage, and the CVT option comes with 21.0 kmpl of mileage.

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