Here is everything about the all-new Honda Amaze Facelift: Expected pricing and features

The new Honda Amaze is going to launch on August 18 in India.

The Honda Amaze Facelift is all set to be unveiled on August 18. The company has also begun taking a token amount for the pre-booking of its upcoming compact Sedan. We already know that Amaze has been the company’s most selling model in India and now it would arrive with upgraded features that will target a huge customer base in the country.

The Facelift version of Honda Amaze will launch in the country on August 18. You can also pre-book the card ahead of its launch by paying a token amount of Rs 21,000 at dealerships and for Rs 5,000 on the company’s online sales platform. The new Honda Amaze 2021 model lineup will include three versions- E, S and VX.

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The Honda Amaze facelift is going to take on Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Aura, Ford Aspire and Volkswagen Ameo in the same price segment.

The all-new compact Sedan by Honda is currently in its 2nd Generation. The car will include bold design, sophisticated & spacious interiors, outstanding driving performance, advanced features, and safety technologies. It is a perfect combination of contemporary and premium design. It is confirmed to be powered by a 1.5L i-DTEC diesel engine and a 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine available in Manual and CVT versions for both fuel options. Moreover, this family sedan will include alloy wheel design, redesigned grille, LED projector headlamp and LED taillight. For the interiors, the company has used upholstery materials for the updated seats. The petrol engine is capable of producing 90hp of power and a peak torque of 110 Nm whereas the Diesel engine can produce 80Hp of power and 160 Nm of peak torque.

Besides this, the company has also started the production of mass production and despatches of its popular family sedan New Honda Amaze from its manufacturing plant in Tapukara, Rajasthan.

In terms of pricing, the new Honda Amaze is expected to be Rs 50,000 pricier than the existing models. The current ex-showroom price of the previous model starts at Rs 6,32 lakhs and goes up to Rs 11.11 lakhs for the top of the line model.

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