Honda has launched a Special Edition variant of its popular sub-4m sedan, Amaze, in time for the festive season. It is based on the mid-spec S variant and demands Rs 12,000 more than its donor variant. Here’s how it costs:-
Honda Amaze S
Honda Amaze Special Edition
Rs 6.88 lakh
Rs 7 lakh
Rs 7.78 lakh
Rs 7.90 lakh
Rs 8.18 lakh
Rs 8.30 lakh
Rs 8.98 lakh
Rs 9.10 lakh
*all prices, ex-showroom Delhi.
As the above table suggests, the Honda Amaze Special Edition is available with both 1.2-litre petrol (90PS/110Nm) and 1.5-litre diesel (80PS/160Nm) engines along with manual and CVT automatic gearbox options.
Honda Amaze Special Edition – What does it get?
The Amaze Special Edition features a couple of aesthetic enhancements as well as the host of extra goodies over the regular S trim such as special edition decals on the exterior, ‘Special Edition’ badging on the boot lid, new beige colour seat covers, sliding armrest for front passengers and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system (Digipad 2.0) with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, instead of the 2-Din audio system. These additions come at a premium of Rs 12,000 only.
Apart from these enrichments, the Special Edition also gets features like manual AC, manually height-adjustable driver's seat, power-adjustable & foldable outside mirrors, rear centre armrest, manual Day/Night IRVM, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, and rear parking sensors, etc.
At a premium of just Rs 12,000 over the regular S variant, Honda has introduced the Special Edition with several additional features that make it a value-for-money deal. Honda has also offered a front sliding armrest in it which you don’t get even in the top-end variants.
We believe the introduction of this Special Edition will ramp up sales for the Japanese makers.