Honda is all set to launch the facelift of Amaze on August 18, 2021. The dealerships across India are already accepting bookings for this model. Customers can also book it online. You can book the Amaze online by paying ₹5,000 or at a dealer by paying ₹21,000.
What changes can we expect at the exterior of Honda Amaze Facelift?
The exterior changes are some of the most considerable ones in the Honda Amaze Facelift. A sleeker front grille is installed. Along with that, at the bottom, it will have two chrome strips. Even the fog lamp has got chrome finishing that was not there in earlier models.
Automatic LED projector headlamps are among the significant change that is only available in the top-end model i.e. VX trim. They also have LED front fog lamps and LED DRLs that are attached to it. The alloy wheels get a beautiful touch with a dual-tone 15-inch diamond-cut design. The icing on the cake is the chrome door handles the Honda Amaze Facelift has got.
Talking about the rear-end of the car, it has also got beautiful chrome touchings. The all-new C-shaped tail-lights have been implemented along with new reflectors on the bumper.
Are there any changes in the interior?
The pre-facelift model is identical to this one in interior terms. But there have been some slight changes to enhance the looks of the car. The steering wheel and dashboard have got some silver accents. One amazing thing is that the silver accents complement the interior theme of black and beige. In the manual models, the model will also get leather surrounding the gear lever.
Honda has given great attention to detail by putting chrome finishing on A/C vent knobs and the trunk lid now has a new inside lining. Dust and pollen filters and front map lamps are some of the new additions that Honda Amaze Facelift has got. As the top-spec model deserved, it has got new beige fabric with stitching above all other models.
Let’s now talk about gearbox and engine
The new Honda Amaze Facelift will have the same gearbox and engine options just like its previous models. It has a 1.2-liter i-VTEC petrol engine with 90hp and 110Nm torque. The choice between the transmission is either a CVT automatic or a 5-speed manual gearbox.
On the other hand, its diesel engine is also a 1.5-liter engine. In the 5-speed manual transmission, it produces a torque of 100hp and 200Nm. If CVT automatic transmission is selected, it produces a torque of 80hp and 160Nm.
Amaze Facelift: Competition
The combination that Honda Amaze Facelift has of Diesel-CVT transmission is only offered by it if compared with the competitors. Hyundai Aura, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, and Tata Tigor are some of the competing compact sedan models in the market.