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A new split chrome front grille and a larger bumper gives the Amaze a much chunkier look than before.
The redesigned front bumper with integrated fog lamps give the Amaze a Mobilio-like stance from the front.
An automatic air-conditioning system with digital controls is now standard across all variants of the Amaze.
The new audio system includes integrated Bluetooth audio and telephony, along with AM/FM, MP3, USB and Aux-in.
The 3-pod instrument cluster now gets a new design which features blue backlighting as well as a multi-function display
At the back, there is a new set of combination tail lamps which really complements the facelifted front end design.
The two-tone beige & black interior scheme is maintained, but the new design and materials feel really top-notch.
The Amaze has always been class-leading in terms of maximising cabin space and that hasn’t changed one bit in this facelift.
The Amaze’s 400-litre boot has always been one of the largest in this class and can swallow quite a bit of luggage with ease.
The 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine remains unchanged, but now gets a CVT gearbox which promises a whopping 18.1kpl mileage.
With 98.6bhp, 20.4 kg-m torque and a claimed efficiency of 25.8kpl, the 1498cc i-DTEC diesel motor still remains one of the best in class.
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