2021 Honda Amaze facelift bookings begin ahead of August 18 launch
Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL), India's top premium car manufacturer, will unveil the stylish new Honda Amaze on August 18, 2021. The new Amaze will have a sleek new design, dramatic external revisions and improved interiors.
Pre-bookings for the new automobile began today at all authorised Honda dealerships across the country, with a booking fee of Rs 21,000 per vehicle. Customers may also reserve a car online from the comfort of their homes via the HCIL website's "Honda from Home" platform for a fee of Rs 5,000.
The Honda Amaze, now in its second generation, is Honda's best-selling vehicle in India, with a broad client base. The model was created with the ever-changing requirements and ambitions of Indian customers in mind. It is a contemporary and premium model offering 'One Class Above Sedan experience' with its bold design, sophisticated & spacious interiors, outstanding driving performance, advanced features, and safety technologies.
The Honda Amaze is powered by a 1.5L i-DTEC diesel engine and a 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine, both of which are available in manual and CVT transmissions.
Rajesh Goel, Sr. vice president and director, marketing & sales, Honda Cars India Ltd. said, "Since its debut in 2013, Honda Amaze has won the hearts of more than 4.5 lakh Indian customers making it one of India's most preferred family sedans. We are extremely excited to add another chapter to the success story of the model with the launch of New Amaze later this month. The new Amaze becomes even more premium, stylish and sophisticated. We are approaching the upcoming festive season with a fully refreshed line-up and hope to create fresh excitement in the market."
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