Honda launches special edition of Amaze

Tags: Amaze, Honda, Cars
Honda Cars India today launched the special edition of its compact sedan Amaze to mark the first anniversary of the car in the Indian Market.

The anniversary edition of Honda Amaze will be available at a special price that will be Rs 71,861 higher than prices of the VX and S variants in petrol and diesel, Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) said in a statement.

Amaze S and VX variants in petrol are priced at Rs 5.69 and Rs 6.64 lakh respectively, while the same variants in diesel are priced at Rs 6.65 lakh and Rs 7.49 lakh (all prices-ex showroom Delhi).

"Honda Amaze has been a game changer in its segment and has enabled HCIL to reach out to so many new customers, bringing them into the Honda fold," Honda Cars India Senior Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Jnaneswar Sen said.

The company has sold more than 80,000 units of the Amaze since its launch in April last year.

The anniversary edition comes with various sporty features extra, including front under-spoiler, side under-spoiler, rear under-spoiler, trunk-spoiler along with door visors and exhaust pipe finisher.

Interiors have been further enhanced with premium upholstery and contrasting wooden finish panel on the dashboard.

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