The Amaze will be Honda's first diesel car in India and that is one sufficient reason for the carmaker to be excited. It is passing on its excitement to possible buyers by showing of the Amaze along with positive reviews from Indian automobile journalists who have already driven the sedan in Thailand.
The Honda Amaze has the potential to wrest back all the market share Honda lost during the past three years. The Amaze will be launched in India with the IDTEC diesel engine and the familiar IVTEC petrol engine. Everyone is sure it will be the diesel variant that will grab eyeballs and attract people in to showrooms.
The Honda Amaze website by Honda India will be the first of many publicity campaigns that the carmaker will launch preparing the stage for the car's launch. Honda is seeking readers' opinion on its new car. Visit the Honda Amaze Website by clicking HERE and share what you feel about the car.
The Honda Amaze is the second car from the Japanese carmaker that has been specifically designed for emerging markets like India. Based on the Brio hatchback already launched in India, the Amaze is a compact sedan measuring lesser than four metres in length.
The Honda Amaze's mileage for the petrol variant is claimed to be 20kmpl. Honda has not revealed the diesel version's mileage yet. The Honda Amaze will be competing against compact sedans like Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire and Tata Indigo CS.