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Honda Amaze Facelift version launch by August 17

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Honda plans to launch the Honda Amaze Facelift by August 17, 2021

● The Honda Amaze could get a refreshing look in its Facelift version to be launched on August 17, 2021. ● New alloy wheels and LED headlights could be the highlighting changes along with interior tweaks. ● Honda Amaze plans to lock horns with the Hyundai Aura and Maruti Suzuki Dzire.

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Honda Amaze, an indigenous design, plans to go for a makeover with its new Facelift version getting ready for a launch by August 17, 2021.

Changes to Expect – Honda Amaze Facelift

Honda plans to refresh the Honda Amaze by providing new LED headlights, reworked bumpers, and a fresh design for the alloy wheels. Besides, Honda could introduce a couple of new paint shades. In addition, the interior upholstery could get an overhaul. Moreover, one expects it to get new interior trim pieces and other features. The lower-end versions could get most of the upheavals.

Engine and Gearbox – To remain the same

Honda Amaze Facelift will carry over the same 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine that produces 90hp power and 110Nm torque. The engine mates with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic gearbox.

The diesel variant retains the 1.5L motor capable of producing 100hp power and 200Nm torque with the 5-speed manual transmission system. Meanwhile, the CVT automatic gearbox pairing produces 80hp power and 160Nm torque. The diesel-CVT combo is unique and not available with any of its competitors.

Honda Amaze – Fierce Rivalry

The Honda Amaze Sedan competes with a horde of compact sedans like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, Tata Tigor, and the Hyundai Aura.

As of date, the Honda City and Amaze are the two sedans available from Honda in India. It also offers the hatchback, Jazz, and the compact crossover, WR-V.

Honda City Hybrid is also due for a launch in India, but Honda has not yet revealed the timeline. However, one can expect a new midsize SUV based on the Honda City platform by 2023 to compete with similar vehicles like Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Tata Harrier, and the MG Hector.