Honda Amaze Latest Update
With a more shapely design, greater comfort and a longer feature set, the second-generation Honda Amaze is a significant improvement over the first...
With a more shapely design, greater comfort and a longer feature set, the second-generation Honda Amaze is a significant improvement over the first model. Helping its appeal is the fact that the Honda compact sedan is competitively priced too. Honda Amaze buyers will be spoilt for choice with petrol-manual, petrol-CVT auto, diesel-manual and even a unique diesel-CVT version to choose from. The 2021 facelift has brought minor cosmetic changes and a few key feature additions to help keep it up to date.Read more
Honda Amaze Quick Review
The latest Honda Amaze is well proportioned as compact sedans go and the cabin is also roomier than you’d expect. Rear seat comfort is partic...
The latest Honda Amaze is well proportioned as compact sedans go and the cabin is also roomier than you’d expect. Rear seat comfort is particularly good making the Amaze a smart choice for chauffeur-driven owners. What’s more, the boot is also suitably large. Of the other things, the dash is neat in look but plastic quality isn’t near class best standards. The 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine is refined but you’ll have to work the manual version’s 5-speed gearbox to get around the meek mid-range. No such problems on the petrol-auto whose CVT extracts the best from the engine. As for the diesels, Honda’s 1.5-litre engine produces 100hp on the manual gearbox version and 80hp on the CVT-auto. The engine is tractable and efficient in both iterations and you also don’t feel any deficit in power on the well executed auto version. Unfortunately, the diesel engine can get noisy and sound insulation in general isn’t an Amaze strength. And while absorbent, the Amaze’s suspension can also feel overly soft at high speeds.