Honda Amaze Price
Honda Amaze ex-showroom price starts at ₹ 6.17 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 11.5 Lakh. The top variant Honda Amaze on road price is ₹ 13.47 Lakh*. Honda offers Amaze in 22 variants
Amaze E MT Petrol
|₹ 6.17 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze S MT Petrol
|₹ 6.88 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze S MT Special Edition Petrol
|₹ 7 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze V MT Petrol
|₹ 7.48 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze S CVT Petrol
|₹ 7.78 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 18.3 Km/l|
Amaze S CVT Special Edition Petrol
|₹ 7.9 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 18.3 Km/l|
Amaze VX MT Petrol
|₹ 7.96 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze V CVT Petrol
|₹ 8.38 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 18.3 Km/l|
Amaze VX CVT Petrol
|₹ 8.79 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 18.3 Km/l|
Amaze Exclusive Edition Petrol
|₹ 8.97 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.6 Km/l|
Amaze Exclusive Edition CVT Petrol
|₹ 9.91 Lakh||1199 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 18.3 Km/l|
Amaze E MT Diesel
|₹ 7.63 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze S MT Diesel
|₹ 8.18 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze S MT Special Edition Diesel
|₹ 8.3 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze V MT Diesel
|₹ 8.78 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze S CVT Diesel
|₹ 8.98 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 21 Km/l|
Amaze S CVT Special Edition Diesel
|₹ 9.1 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 21 Km/l|
Amaze VX MT Diesel
|₹ 9.26 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze V CVT Diesel
|₹ 9.58 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 21 Km/l|
Amaze VX CVT Diesel
|₹ 9.99 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 21 Km/l|
Amaze Exclusive Edition Diesel
|₹ 10.68 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.7 Km/l|
Amaze Exclusive Edition CVT Diesel
|₹ 11.5 Lakh||1498 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 21 Km/l|
Honda Amaze Price
|RTO Amount||₹ 53,987|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 6.99 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 60,200|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 7.78 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 61,250|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 7.91 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 65,450|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.45 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 68,075|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.78 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 69,125|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.91 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 69,650|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.98 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 73,325|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.45 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 76,912|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.9 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 78,487|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.11 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 86,712|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 11.15 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 66,762|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 8.61 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 71,575|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.23 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 72,625|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.36 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 76,825|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 9.89 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 78,575|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.12 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 79,625|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.25 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 81,025|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.43 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 83,825|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 10.78 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 87,412|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 11.24 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,33,500|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 12.52 Lakh|
|RTO Amount||₹ 1,43,750|
|Est On-Road Price*||₹ 13.47 Lakh|
Latest Update on Amaze
Honda has launched the 2018 Amaze in India with prices starting at Rs. 6.17 lakh for the base petrol version whereas the diesel top-end is going to cost Rs 9.99 lakh. Initially introduced to Indian customers in 2013, the subcompact sedan quickly climbed the popularity chart emerging a strong threat to arch rival Maruti Suzuki Dzire. The new 2018 Honda Amaze comes with significant updates. While the engine line-up remains unchanged, the subcompact sedan has received a new diesel CVT this time around.
Honda Amaze Exteriors
To start with, exterior changes are copious and they do lend a new look to the subcompact sedan. Most of the tweaks are visible on front profile featuring a reworked thick chrome grille, redesigned fog lamp enclosures and a revamped bumper. The new-gen Amaze does sport a significant design change. The blackened head lamp units have also been tweaked appearing larger even the bonnet has been widened. Flanks feature conspicuously rising belt line supported by character lines. The raised boot features a thick chrome band running across the width of boot lid. On the rear, the car features renewed tail lights.
New Honda Amaze Interiors
Moving to the cabin, Honda Amaze gets prominent change there, especially the dashboard is all new. Adorned by the new design, the dashboard gets a new air con vents, dials and buttons on the changed centre console.
Honda Amaze Engine Specifications & Transmission
|Transmission||Engine||Power||Torque||Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)|
|5-Speed MT||1.2L i-VTEC (Petrol)||89 bhp @ 6000 rpm||110 Nm @ 4800 rpm||MT - 19.5 kmpl|
|CVT||1.2L i-VTEC (Petrol)||89 bhp @ 6000 rpm||110 Nm @ 4800 rpm||CVT - 19 kmpl|
|5-Speed MT||1.5L i-DTEC (Diesel)||99 bhp @ 3600 rpm||200 Nm @ 1750 rpm||MT - 27.4 kmpl|
|CVT (Newly Introduced)||1.5L i-DTEC (Diesel)||79 bhp @ 3600 rpm||160 Nm @ 1750 rpm||CVT - 23.8 kmpl|
Engines powering the petrol and diesel versions are taken from the predecessor. Petrol variants use a 1.2 litre i-VTEC petrol mill churning out peak power and torque of 89bhp and 120Nm respectively. Diesel version houses Honda’s 1.5 litre i-DTEC engine pumping out max power of 99bhp along with 200Nm of top torque. Both the engines come mated to a five-speed manual gearbox along with an automatic transmission available only with the S and V variants. The engines have been tuned to deliver improved performance as per Honda. Furthermore, the company claims to have worked on the NVH level which has been reduced as compared to the previous model.
New Honda Amaze Dimensions
|Ground Clearance||170 mm|
|Fuel Tank||35 L|
Honda Amaze Performance & Mileage
The petrol powered Amaze is capable of delivering 19.5 kmpl for the manual variant whereas the CVT version claims to deliver 19 kmpl, slightly up from the manual trim. Diesel powered manaul Amaze on the other hand can return ARAI rated fuel economy of 27.4 kmpl whereas the CVT diesel returns 23.8 kmpl.
Honda Amaze Wheels & Tyres
Alloy wheels are available only on the range topping V and VX variants and measure 175/65 R 15 while rest of the variants have to make do with steel wheel caps and measure 175/65 R 14.
2018 Honda Amaze Competition
The all-new Honda Amaze is going to give a tough competition to the subcompact sedans like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, Volkswagen Ameo and the Xcent from Hyundai.
Upcoming Honda Model is HR-V
Honda Amaze Mileage
Honda Amaze mileage is 18.3 to 24.7 Km/l, as per ARAI. The Manual Petrol engine has a mileage of 19.5 Km/l. The Automatic Petrol engine has a mileage of 19 Km/l. The Manual Diesel engine has a mileage of 27.4 Km/l. The Automatic Diesel engine has a mileage of 23.8 Km/l. The Manual Petrol+CNG engine has a mileage of 18 Km/l.
User Reviews on Honda Amaze
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Honda Amaze Expert Review
When Honda launched the Amaze subcompact sedan, in India, back in 2013, it was targeting a segment that was rapidly changing and, in fact, had big players, in the market, already. Honda broke a few traditions too, through the Amaze, chief amongst which was a brand new diesel engine. There have been a couple of facelifts of the car, to keep it in the race; but the company had to do something drastic and at the 2018 Auto Expo, it showcased the new generation of the Amaze. Back then too, we told you all about the car, but now we got a chance to see it up close and spend some time driving it too.
The Amaze is like a superhero, for Honda; and, an unlikely one at that. Sort of like Mr. Incredible, who's not your mainstream hero, but is equally effective and hence deserves a sequel. The second generation of the Amaze has earned its birthing, as Honda has sold 2.5 lakh units of the car, in the past 5 years. But, there's a lot that's happened, in that time, in the subcompact sedan segment, as Maruti Suzuki has just upped the ante, with the new Dzire; and Volkswagen, as also Ford are set to bring in their action models of the Ameo and the Aspire. Honda has its hands full, then, as it has had to look at every package the competitor has to offer and provide just that bit more, to make the Amaze stand out.
Everything about the second generation Amaze is new, including the fact that it's based on a new platform. The subcompact sedan has grown in size, by 5mm, though it's still under 4 metres in length (3995mm) and it's wider too, by 15mm. The petrol powered Amaze is 17 kilos lighter than its predecessor; while the diesel version is 23 kg lighter. Thanks to Honda's 'Man maximum, machine minimum' philosophy, the front and rear wheels have been increased, by an impressive 65 mm, taking the total now to 2470mm. In fact, Honda claims there's an additional 25mm of space, between the front and rear seats now. The rear shoulder room is up by 45mm; while the headroom has increased by 10mm. The boot volume is also up, thanks to the revised dimensions and the new Amaze can now hold 420 litres of cargo, an increase of 20 litres.
While all those numbers look great on paper, I wanted to check out how it translated into real world space. Ergonomically, everything is at your disposal, when you're in the driver's seat, which is great. The piano black treatment, on the dashboard, looks great and the plastic quality is better than before. The cabin now receives a dual tone treatment, with beige and black being the choice and it makes the cabin look a bit more spacious. There's Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic climate control too as also Navigation on the top VX variant. The steering wheel is a new unit, with revised audio controls and there's cruise control function on offer. The Amaze will be offered in four variants - E, S, V and VX and equipment levels will vary accordingly. The top of the line VX will feature a 7-inch touchscreen equipped infotainment system, dubbed the Digipad version 2. The system is a newer version of the Digipad seen on the WR-V, City and even the BR-V and this one is extremely intuitive and easy to operate.
The biggest challenge for carmakers though is creating space in a small car such as this, so let's get in to see what the Amaze has to offer. As I have already told you before, the wheelbase has been increased, which is one reason why there's a good amount of space, at the rear. There's good knee room and the seats are comfortable, though a bit of thigh support would have helped. The problem however is the headroom and for a tall guy, like me, that's a bit of an issue and that's because of the sloping roof design of the car. There's a charging point that you get as well and then there's the centre armrest, which also has two cup holders. In fact, Honda has provided a whole bunch of storage spaces, at the front and the rear, where you can store 1 litre bottles and this certainly comes in handy and shows how much the company has been listening to its customers.
Engine And Performance
Sadly, all these features go missing in the CVT variant, that we drove, which sees a very basic music system, with white illumination and gets Radio, USB, Bluetooth and even Auxiliary Input. Honda has worked on improving the capacity of the air-conditioner and it has increased the volume of the compressors from 58cc to 83cc, on the petrol, and 110cc to 120cc on the diesel, to help in cooling the cabin faster, which is also the reason for not providing any AC vent, for the rear seat; which is extremely clever!
In fact, Honda has gone that extra mile to make sure the passengers are comfortable and are also spoilt for choice, which is why you get an automatic transmission, in both the petrol and the diesel variant. It's the first time that the company will be bringing a CVT, in the diesel, in India; and yes, it's a big deal, considering that the competition uses the automated manual transmission (Dzire and Tigor) or a DSG, in case of the Ameo.
However, the Amaze diesel automatic is underpowered, when compared to the manual, though the engine is the same 1.5-litre one. It offers 79 bhp (20 bhp less) and torque figures are down to 160Nm (40 Nm less)and that's done, to help the CVT deliver power quicker, so that there's no buffer to deal with and it works well. The power kicks in, at around 1800 rpm, and the CVT keeps feeding in the power to you, which is great on the highway and even within the city. It just eases the way you drive in traffic conditions too and that's the biggest take away. There's also a 5-speed manual transmission, on offer, but the clutch is a little heavy and even the gear changes a bit sloppy. I faced problems shifting from the 2nd gear to the 3rd and the problem repeatedly occurred in that quadrant. The CVT is surely is the better option here and the fact that it returns 23.8 kmpl makes it efficient too. The manual returns 27.4 kmpl and that's just shy of the Dzire, which shows how much the folks at Honda have worked, on the engine.
Honda has worked on the NVH levels too, on the car; but frankly, we noticed just a marginal change. The diesel still is noisy and when it goes above 3000 rpm, the noise seeps into the cabin, which really is a concern. But, things are a bit different, in the petrol variant.
The petrol variant has the same 1.2 litre unit, which churns out 89 bhp and there's 110 Nm of torque. The clutch is light on this one and the gear changes better than the diesel version. Power delivery is smoother, with the suspension setup a little on the stiffer side. It behaves well on the road and doesn't really throw you around, in the cabin, when it hits bumps. It takes the undulations on the road in its stride and you'll be very comfortable, in the driver's seat, as also the rear. The petrol automatic, though, carries a bit of the rubber band effect and that's something of a let-down. The petrol CVT is the only one to come with paddle shifters, which have 7 steps to it, and here too there's a slight delay, in response.
As far as safety features are concerned, the Amaze comes with dual airbags and ABS, as standard. You also get features like rear parking sensors, in the lower variants, while the top end VX variant also gets a rear parking camera.
But, the highlight of it all is how Honda has revised service costs, for the new Amaze. The company has said that the car will come with a 3-year, unlimited kilometres warranty, along with the option of extending it, to the fourth or fifth year of ownership, for unlimited mileage as well.
Pros & Cons of Amaze
The Honda Amaze feels premium on the inside
The engine refinement levels are impressive
The cabin feels really spacious for a subcompact sedan
The design looks a bit odd
The CVT gearbox still has the rubber band effect
The diesel automatic feels underpowered at times
Final Verdict on Amaze
Of course, the Amaze will cost more now, considering that it's got a lot more. Prices for the petrol Amaze start at Rs. 6.17 lakh and go all the way up to Rs. 8.79 lakh while the diesel starts at Rs. 7.63 lakh and tops out at Rs. 9.99 lakh (all prices ex-showroom India). These of course are introductory prices, and with it Honda still hasn't managed to undercut its biggest rival, the Maruti Suzuki Dzire.
Honda Amaze Specifications
|Engine CC||1199/1498 cc|
|Mileage||18.3 - 24.7 Km/l|
|Max Power||79/89/99 bhp|
|Max Torque||110/160/200 Nm|
|Length/Width/Height||1695 mm (width)/1501 mm (width)/2470 mm (wheelbase) mm|
|Boot Space||420 mm|
Honda Amaze Features
High Mount Stop Lamp
Front Dual SRS Airbags
ISOFIX Child Seat Anchorage
Solid Wing Face Chrome Grille
Body Coloured Front & Rear Bumper
Side Step Garnish
Driver Side Window One Touch Down
Trunk Light for Cargo Area Illumination
Honda Amaze Colors
Honda Amaze FAQs
What is the On-Road & Ex Showroom Price of Honda Amaze?Honda Amaze ex-showroom price in New Delhi starts at Rs. 6.17 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 9.99 Lakh. The Honda Amaze on road price in New Delhi is Rs. 6.98 Lakh.
What is the mileage of Honda Amaze?As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Honda Amaze base Diesel returns 21.00 Kmpl, whereas its base Petrol counterpart gives 18.30 Kmpl.
Is Honda Amaze a good car?According to the experts, Everything about the second generation Amaze is new, including the fact that its based on a new platform. The subcompact sedan has grown in size, by 5mm, though its still under 4 metres in length (3995mm) and its wider too, by 15mm. The petrol pow...
What is the Seating capacity of Honda Amaze?Honda Amaze has a seating capacity of 5 people.
What are the Top variants of Honda Amaze?Honda Amaze comes with total 18 variants. VX MT Petrol, E MT Petrol, S CVT Diesel are the most popular ones.
Which car is better between Amaze vs Dzire?The price of Amaze starts at Rs. 6.17 Lakh (ex showroom) and the Dzires price starts from Rs. 5.89 Lakh. Get detailed comparison between Amaze and Dzire on the basis of specifications, mileage, price & others.
What are the Expert opinions/reviews on Honda Amaze?Check out the genuine reviews and ratings about Honda Amaze from the industry experts, professionals and also from the owners of Amaze. Experts advices are important for making the right choices.
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Calculate EMI for Amaze
Loan Amount₹ 5,55,000
Interest Payable₹ 62,000
Total loan payment₹ 6,17,000