Honda Amaze Facelift details leaked ahead of launch, know everything Now
Honda Amaze Facelift: An updated version of the Honda Amaze is set to launch on August 18. Honda’s entry into the new incarnation of the Amaze will definitely boost competition in the sub-4-meter sedan segment. There is a lot of talk about the new Amaze 2021, which has been seen many times during the facelift model testing. Some pictures of this car have now been leaked on the internet.
What will be the 2021 Honda Amaze Facelift – most of these spy shots show the car in a catalog avatar. A video recently shared on YouTube has given fans full details of the car. The video begins with a glimpse of the outgoing model of 2018 and moves on to highlighting the new Amaze 2021’s next-three-quarters and interior.
Features of Honda Amaze Facelift – According to media reports, the new Amaze 2021 Facelift receives several updates that set it apart from its older model. It features a new grille, an updated bumper design that complements the stunning LED headlamp setup. The alloy that appeared on the previous Amaze model has been replaced with a new one. The rear of the car continues to change as it gets a new taillamp setup for LED bulbs with a C-shaped glow pattern.
On the inside, the new Amaze gets an upgraded touchscreen infotainment system with beige and black interiors and an updated dashboard. Amaze’s infotainment setup will come with support for advanced connectivity features like Android Auto and Apple Car Play. There are rumors that it may get Alexa voice support like the latest city, but we will have to wait for confirmation.
Honda Amaze Facelift Trim – Like its predecessor, the Amaze 2021 will come with both petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol variant will offer a 1.2-liter unit capable of producing 90ps of power and 110Nm of peak torque, while the diesel option will be a 1.5-liter oil burner unit. The diesel variant engine can produce 110PS-220Nm when combined with a manual transmission and with 80PS and 160Nm automatic transmission gearbox.
The Honda Amaze Facelift price-out Amaze ranged from Rs 6.3 to Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom) and we can expect the new version to be offered around the same price with some upgrades. The Amazon Maruti Suzuki Swift has been the second best-selling car of its kind after the Dzire and would like to retain the title with new launches.
Honda has already started pre-ordering the car and interested buyers can book the car at any authorized dealership by paying a token amount of Rs 21,000. In addition, customers can book it online through Honda’s official website by paying Rs 5,000.