Honda recently launched the Amaze ‘Privilege Edition’ aimed at Indian buyers looking for a unique compact sedan loaded with features. This limited edition is based on Amaze S (O) MT grade and priced Rs 10,000 more. It's available at ex-showroom New Delhi prices of Rs 6,48,888 for the petrol and Rs 7,73,631 for the diesel. Check out these pictures to know what you get for the extra dope that you pay.
The changes to the exterior appearance are very subtle with only faint decals on the bonnet, sides and the rear body panel.
To add to the exclusivity, Honda has stuck a 'Privilege Edition' emblem on the boot which marks it as one of the 1,000 cars that will be produced.
Changes inside the cabin include new beige coloured seat covers. These bring in a different feel to the interior as the standard Amaze just gets fabric seats.
This new seat upholstery also gets ‘Privilege Edition’ embossed on the back seat. This is in the same font as seen on the emblem in the exterior.
There is also a driver-side centre armrest, while rear parking sensors are now offered as a standard on the limited edition.
Features like dual-airbags, ABS, driver seat height adjuster amongst others are carried over from the S (O) variant of the Amaze.
What's very new is the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit called as Digipad. It is placed ergonomically in the centre of the dashboard.
This unit provides 3D satellite linked navigation and 1.5GB of internal storage for storing your music. There is also MirrorLink function to connect to your smartphone.
The system also allows for internet access, email browsing and live traffic via a Wi-Fi receiver. The latter, however, has to be purchased from a Honda dealership.
The engine and transmission options remain the same as what is available on the standard Honda Amaze. However, this Privilege Edition cannot be had in any other variant other than the S (O) trim.