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Auto Expo 2018: New Honda Amaze revealed. The new Honda Amaze will be launched in India later this year and is larger and features a bolder design. The newly unveiled Honda Amaze will be launched in India later this year and will go up against the Maruti Dzire and Hyundai Xcent and the Tata Tigor.
Honda Amaze Design & Features
The new Honda Amaze 2018 features a bold new design which borrows cues from Honda's popular City sedan. Up front, the new Honda Amaze sports sharp angular headlamps which flank chromed grille with the Honda badge front and centre.
The sides of the new Honda Amaze features a prominent character line that starts at the headlights and goes all the way to the tail lamps. The new Amaze sits on 15-inch wheels compared to the 14-inchers found on the previous model.
The rear end of the new Honda Amaze features C-shaped taillights that are connected to the Honda badge in the centre by chrome strips. Another prominent feature at the rear is the pronounced spoiler on the boot lid.
The interiors of the new Honda Amaze have been revised as well and Honda claims that the insides of the compact sedan are now more spacious than ever before.
Honda Amaze Specifications
The new Honda Amaze retains its current powertrain options i.e. - a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Honda claims that its new powertrains are more efficient than before so expect a rise in mileage.
The 1.2-litre petrol engine continues to produce 87bhp @6,000rpm and 109Nm of torque @ 4,500rpm. The 1.5-litre diesel engine is expected to get a slight bump in power compared to the current Honda Amaze's 98bhp and 200Nm of torque output. Both petrol and diesel models are mated to a five-speed gearbox and will also get a CVT automatic gearbox option in the new second-generation Honda Amaze.
DriveSpark's Thoughts On The New Honda Amaze Unveiled At Auto Expo 2018
The second-generation of the new Honda Amaze is larger and features a bolder design that makes its look a lot more like its larger sibling the City sedan, which is a rather good look.
Hopefully, the new Honda Amaze 2018 will see the Japanese carmaker get a hold of more customers with its larger size and bolder design.