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    Honda Amaze

    1.2 E MT Petrol (Old Design)
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    ₹ 6.34 Lakh
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    Honda Amaze Key Specifications

    Price₹ 6.34 Lakh onwards
    Mileage18.3 to 24.7 kmpl
    Engine1199 to 1498 cc
    TransmissionManual & Automatic (CVT)
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Honda Amaze Summary

    Honda Cars India has launched the facelifted Amaze in the country. The model is available in three variants including E, S, and VX, across five colour options such as Platinum White Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Golden Brown Metallic, Radiant Red, and a new Meteroid Grey Metallic colour.

    Engine options on the Honda Amaze facelift include a 1.2-litre petrol engine producing 90bhp and 110Nm of torque, as well as a 1.5-litre diesel engine producing 99bhp and 200Nm of torque. Transmission options include a five-speed manual unit and a CVT unit.

    Exterior highlights of the new Honda Amaze facelift include a new front grille with chrome inserts, LED projector headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, LED fog lights, chrome inserts for the front bumper, C-shaped LED tail lights, chrome inserts on the rear bumper and boot-lid, chrome door handles, and 15-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. 

    Inside, the 2021 Honda Amaze facelift gets features in the form of satin silver inserts for the dashboard, door trims, and steering wheel. The AC vent knobs also get chrome surrounds. A few other notable features of the model include an engine start-stop button, automatic climate control, cruise control, paddle shifters, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a height-adjustable driver seat. The Amaze facelift receives safety features in the form of dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, high-speed alert system, seat-belt reminder, and a rear-view camera.

    Honda Amaze Price

    Honda Amaze price starts at ₹ 6.34 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 11.17 Lakh. The price of Petrol version for Amaze ranges between ₹ 6.34 Lakh - ₹ 9.07 Lakh and the price of Diesel version for Amaze ranges between ₹ 8.69 Lakh - ₹ 11.17 Lakh.

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    Amaze 1.2 E MT Petrol (Old Design)

    ₹ 6.34 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.2 S MT Petrol

    ₹ 7.18 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.2 S CVT Petrol

    ₹ 8.08 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 18.3 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.2 VX MT Petrol

    ₹ 8.24 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.5 E MT Diesel (Old Design)

    ₹ 8.69 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.2 VX CVT Petrol

    ₹ 9.07 Lakh
    1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic (CVT), 18.3 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.5 S MT Diesel

    ₹ 9.28 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.5 VX MT Diesel

    ₹ 10.27 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 kmpl
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    Amaze 1.5 VX CVT Diesel

    ₹ 11.17 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic (CVT), 21 kmpl
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Spacious cabin
      • Ease of driving (CVT automatic)
      • Fuel-efficient engines, updated features
    • Could be Better
      • Petrol engine could do with more zest 
      • Interior fit and finish could have been better

    Amaze Verdict

    The 2021 Honda Amaze is essentially a facelifted version of the outgoing model. Armed with a mild makeover and a longer list of features, this sedan makes sense to those who are looking for a modern and spacious compact sedan. 

    Amaze Review

    The Amaze still is one of the best in terms of smoothness, comfort, space, ride quality, diesel's good drivability, and given its a Honda - hassle-free ownership as well

    Engine and Performance

    Engine Shot

    This 2021 Honda Amaze is a facelift and hence remains mechanically unchanged from the one sold earlier. Still, to give you a background, its powertrains include a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine producing 90bhp and 110Nm of torque. This mill comes mated to either a five-speed manual or a CVT. The other engine option is a 1.5-litre turbo diesel motor, which makes 99bhp of power and 200Nm when paired with a manual gearbox. We have sampled the one mated to a CVT which produces 80bhp and 160Nm of torque.

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Honda's efforts in improving NVH levels show up with the diesel engine noise just being heard as a muffled note than a constant irritating clatter. Even on the run, the road noise is minimal. This CVT's biggest advantage is that there's no head shake, it masks the turbo-lag well, and is quick to accelerate while overtaking. A good mid-range and the additional torque come in handy for it to get going, whether in the city or out on the highway. There's even an 'L' mode if you wish to use up the torque more, and then the 'S' mode to allow you to rev till its redline at 4,000rpm. One may complain about the absence of paddle shifters, but as the engine gets noisy at high revs, you'd better stick to the 'D' mode and cruise comfortably instead of wringing out performance.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    The petrol CVT model on the other hand is relatively silent with refinement levels way better than the diesel. That said, this four-cylinder motor does get a little noisy when revved hard. Keep it in 'D' mode and it will take its own sweet time to make progress with light throttle inputs. If you're not patient enough, you’ll end up accelerating more to take the revs more than 4,000rpm. This is when the engine gets very noisy and even the rubber-band effect of the CVT gets more pronounced. Nonetheless, this seven-step CVT comes with paddle-shifters to give you that extra control, and there's even an 'S' mode to let you pull till its redline at 6,600rpm.

    Left Side View

    If fuel efficiency figures are anything to go buy, the Honda Amaze has always been termed as one of the most fuel-efficient sedans. And reasonably so with real-world figures achievable quite close to the ARAI-claimed figures of 24.7kmpl for the diesel manual and 21kmpl for the CVT version. Similarly, the petrol model isn't bad either with a certified economy of 18.6kmpl for the manual and 18.3kmpl for the CVT.

    Ride and Handling

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Honda has managed to tune the sedan's suspension to provide a nice and comfortable ride by absorbing most bumps and undulations given our drastic road conditions. It has enough travel to not crash through potholes and dampen the thud. However, sharp potholes will have to be taken with caution as the suspension noise is then audible in the cabin. Also, 170mm of ground clearance will become a concern with a full load of passengers over speed-breakers. Otherwise, it tackles the regular potholes of the road without much hassle. Also, this soft suspension has lent it some vertical movement which will be flagged by rear occupants at high speeds, uneven roads, and flyover expansion joints.

    Right Front Three Quarter

    The Amaze is also not the richest in terms of feel and feedback from the steering, but quite manageable when it comes to driving it sanely. The steering feels light and yet weighs up adequately with the increment in speed. However, attack some corners with speed and you'll realise it's not the quickest to change direction and the car continues to understeer if you’re carrying too much speed than required. Nonetheless, it's quite predictable. Body roll is also evident and it’s best not to push around bends in the interest of all passengers' comfort. Still, there's sufficient grip from the Bridgestones on the diesel and even the MRFs on the petrol, as one can stop the car confidently even under panic braking.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    Interior Space and Comfort


    Getting in and out of the car is easy. It’s got good all-around visibility and is a pleasant place with the dual-tone dashboard and new fabric upholstery. The quality of materials used remains the same with a satisfactory feel and no wow factor as such. It's still not perfect to provide a good driver's position for individuals who are very tall and lacks under-thigh support as well. Thankfully, things fall within reach, making it an ergonomic place with enough space for bottle-holders and many stowage and storage places.

    Front Row Seats

    Ingress/egress is again good for the rear seats with a good recline angle for the backrest, and more than adequate legroom and knee-room. But then again, for tall individuals, the roof might seem a little close for comfort. And though the floorboard is flat, seating three occupants on the rear seat will be a squeeze. Then, there are no rear AC vents/blowers which help in circulating the car better and quicker. Still, the car's USP remains the 420 litres boot space that will easily accommodate two big bags with a little more space to put in your soft bag-packs.

    Second Row Seats

    Features and Equipment

    Infotainment System

    A quick look at the feature list will tell you that all the three trims are specced well with the top-spec VX variant getting additional features over and above the ones available in the entry-level E and S trims. The facelift brings in new auto LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs and LED fog lamps, along with C-shaped LED tail lamps. Then, there's a new multi-layered chrome grille, chrome door handles, and the car rides on 15-inch diamond-cut 10-spoke dual-tone alloy wheels. The top-of-the-line VX trim also gets exclusive new beige seat fabrics. Other noteworthy features include automatic climate control, voice commands, two USB ports, push-button start/stop, keyless entry, keyless boot release, pinch-guard driver window, and rear windscreen defogger.

    Front Row Seats

    The 7.0-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay could have done better with its interface, response, and feel. Also, the Amaze was expected to feature a segment-first electric sunroof, but that's not the case. Then, giving an air-purifier and ambient lighting a miss is okay, but with customers getting tech-savvy these days, adding a standard wireless phone charger could have been practical. Also, many manufacturers have already moved from digital instrument clusters to one big long screen, so analogue meters feel outdated in this day and age.

    Second Row Seats



    As a part of the safety suite, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Isofix child seat mounts, and parking sensors are standard across the trims, with these top-spec variants getting a reverse camera as well. Also, the halogen lamps might look inadequate on the base variants as the top-spec ones get LED projector headlamps and a DRL. Inside, rear headrests are still fixed even though the front ones became separate adjustable ones unlike the fixed ones in the first-gen avatar. No, you still don't get ESP, but Honda is offering an 'anytime' 10-year warranty, the highest in its segment.


    Front View

    Sedans no longer dominate the Indian roads, but compact sedans are still considered given their price point. Entry-level pricing of Rs 6.32 lakh is enticing and even the on-road pricing of the top-spec CVTs (Rs 13.51 lakh Diesel AT, Rs 10.71 lakh petrol AT) keeps it way lower than the similarly specced compact SUVs. With this update, Honda has revised its styling bits with some new features. Yet, the Amaze still is one of the best in terms of smoothness, comfort, space, ride quality, diesel's good drivability, and given its a Honda - hassle-free ownership as well. Prospective buyers of a compact sedan will not have to rethink while considering the Amaze.

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    Amaze Colours

    Honda Amaze 2021 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Meteoroid Grey Metallic
    Meteoroid Grey Metallic

    Honda Amaze Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage


    (1199 cc)

    Manual18.6 kmpl


    (1199 cc)

    Automatic (CVT)18.3 kmpl


    (1498 cc)

    Manual24.7 kmpl


    (1498 cc)

    Automatic (CVT)21 kmpl

    FAQs About Honda Amaze

    Q: What is the on road price of Amaze?

    The on-road price of Amaze in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 7.11 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 13.17 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: Which car is better between Amaze and Aura?

    Amaze price starts at ₹ 6.34 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1199 cc engine. Whereas Aura price starts at ₹ 6.00 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1197 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What are the offers available on Honda Amaze for September?

    There are 3 Honda Amaze offers in Delhi for the month of September.

    Q: What is price of Amaze top model?

    Top model of Amaze is 1.5 VX CVT Diesel and the ex-showroom for Amaze 1.5 VX CVT Diesel is ₹ 11.17 Lakh.

    Q: What is the mileage of Honda Amaze?

    The Honda Amaze mileage is 18.3 - 24.7 kmpl.

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      Hassel free driving , seating comfort is very good and the best car for family with 4 star rating . Mileage also good compared to many other cars and updated version with stylish looks
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