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Honda Amaze
₹ 5,47,700 - 8,38,100

CarHunt Ratings  6.8/10

Pros
  • Fuel efficient engines with adequate power
  • Easy to manoeuvre
  • Practical boot space & its layout
Cons
  • Lacks basic safety kit on lower-end petrol trims
  • Diesel motor is noisy
  • Looks similar to its elder sibling, Brio

Amaze

Wrapup

 Amaze is designed with Indian market in mind, and it shows with ample space, large boot for its size and fuel efficient engines. Gives decent ride and handling, and the interiors have improved now. Diesel is a bit noisy but its immensely efficient.  

CarHunt Ratings

Overall  6.8/10

  • Ride Handing

    Ride & Handing

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Fuel Efficiency

    7

  • Ride Handing

    Engine & Gearbox

    7

  • Ride Handing

    Asking Price

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Comfort

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Resale Value

    7.5

  • Ride Handing

    Safety

    6.5

  • Ride Handing

    Maintenance

    7

  • Ride Handing

    Ergonomics

    7

  • Ride Handing

    Looks

    6

Highlights

Price Range
  • Base (P)

     5,47,700

  • Top (P)

     8,37,950

  • Base (D)

     6,59,900

  • Top (D)

     8,38,100

Variants
  • Petrol

    6

  • Diesel

    4

  • CNG/LPG

    0

  • Total

    10

Fuel Efficiency
  • Petrol MT

    18 kmpl 

  • Diesel MT

    25.8 kmpl 

  • Petrol AT

    15.5 kmpl 

  • Diesel AT

    NA 

Car Life Cycle
  • Launch Year

    2012

  • 1st Gen

    2012

  • Current Gen

    1st

  • Last Updated

    2016

  • Next Gen

    2018

Variant(s) to go for
Warranty
  • 2 years

  • 40,000 kms

The X Factor

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Bizarre

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Background

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On The Road Prices

Quick Review

Amaze holds a very special place in Honda’s family as it had a lot of firsts when this car was launched in 2013. It was the first sub-four meter compact sedan from Honda in India and was also the first car to carry Honda’s first diesel engine in the country. Based on the Brio platform, well not actually based, it is basically a Brio with a boot, this car has managed to turn tides in favor of Honda for being a mass market seller. On the outside, its front remains the same as Brio with sharp creases on the bonnet that runs onto the front grille which houses two chrome slats with Honda badging at the center. The oval shaped sweptback headlamps create a wide look for this compact sedan. While, sharp front bumper lines that runs onto the sides as well along with a large airdam with vertical and horizontal fins adds a hint of sporty characteristic to this sedan. Clubbed with small fog lamps on the sides, the Amaze is not at all bad to look at from the front. Move onto the side and one can witness its bold and sharp character lines coming from the front fender as well as from the tail light cluster that highlights its length and personality. The enlarge wheel arches does make its 14 inch wheels appear quite small and we hope Honda could have added an upsize option but sadly it is not available as of now. Its rear is quite neatly done in a very simple and elegant way with a thick chrome bar on the boot lid which joins its sweptback tail lights that are very pleasing to look. The number plate has moved up on the boot which creates space for the rear bumper to offer sharp lines just to increase its aesthetics. Rear reflectors however, are a miss here but overall the Amaze remains a decent car on the outside.

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