Honda Launches Special Edition Amaze in India from INR 7.0 Lac

Honda has launched a Special Edition of its Amaze subcompact sedan in India to mark the beginning of the festive season. The new Honda Amaze Special Edition sports minor visual enhancements and new features, and is based on the S grade in manual & CVT version of both Petrol and Diesel models.

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On the outside the Amaze Special Edition gets body graphics and special edition logos & emblems to differentiate from the rest of the lot. It is the interior which receives much of the additions, which include 7-inch Digipad 2.0 touchscreen advanced display audio system, ergonomically positioned sliding armrest & new seat upholstery.

2020 Honda Amaze Special Edition

The Amaze Special Edition retains the engine options which include a 1.2-liter petrol unit that produces 89hp of power and 110Nm of torque, and a 1.5-liter diesel engine with 99hp and 200Nm of torque. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard while a CVT is offered as an option.

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Interior of Honda Amaze (picture just for reference, not the Special Edition model)

Carmakers often launch a number of special edition models to attract consumers around the festive season which is considered very auspicious to buy a new vehicle in India. Speaking of the new Honda Amaze Special Edition, Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President & Director Marketing & Sales of Honda India said:

“The Amaze S Grade is one of the highest-selling grades of the model. With the inclusion of smart new features in the Special Edition based on S Grade, the overall package has freshness at a very attractive price. We are confident that this Special Edition will be well received by our customers for the enhanced value it offers.”

Standard safety features include dual front airbags, ABS, Isofix child-seat mounts and rear parking sensors. The 2020 Honda Amaze Special Edition is priced from INR 7.0 lac (PKR 15.6 lac) for the manual petrol variant, and goes as high as INR 9.1 lac (PKR 20.2 lac) for the diesel CVT variant.

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