Honda Amaze is the new Brio-based saloon

Honda Amaze will get a 1.5-litre diesel motor and come to India by mid-next year.

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Honda Amaze is the new Brio-based saloon

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Computer generated image. Honda Brio-based saloon official teaser.

Honda has officially revealed that the new Brio-based saloon will be called the Amaze.

The Japanese carmaker had released an official teaser image of this sub-four-metre saloon some days ago on its Thailand website.

This new saloon is scheduled to hit our shores mid-next year. It will be powered by the new, all-aluminium 1.5-litre diesel engine which the company claims will be the lightest and most fuel efficient diesel in its class. Honda will plonk this diesel engine in the Brio hatchback as well.  

The Honda Amaze will be sub-four-metre in length and will hence benefit on the excise duty front.

When launched, this new saloon will compete with the likes of the Indigo eCS, Swift Dzire and the upcoming sub-four-metre Mahindra Verito. 

 

Also read: Eight new Honda models in three years

 

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Computer generated image. Honda Brio-based saloon official teaser.
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