Honda Brio Amaze diesel sedan spotted again

| March 28, 2013 | 8 Comments

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The Honda Brio Amaze is just a few days away from its launch and is making a lot of news. Honda India has high hopes with the new car and there are good chances that the new sedan will bring the former glory back to the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese car maker giant.

The Honda Brio Amaze will become the first Honda car in India to get a diesel engine and will battle it out against the likes of Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire and the Chevrolet Sail. The car has been caught testing on numerous occasions and here is one more image of the Honda Brio Amaze compact sedan at a Honda India dealership.

The i-DTEC diesel engine that will power the Honda Brio Amaze sedan has  been developed alongside the much publicized Honda 1.6 litre EarthDreams engine that powers the UK spec Civic and CRV. The 1.5 Liter diesel engine has an all aluminium construction and is good for segment topping power output of 100 PS with the max torque figure pegged at 200 Nm. The diesel engine has an ARAI certified fuel efficiency of a staggering 25.8 Kmpl and the car seems all poised to dethrone the high selling Swift Dzire from the top of the entry level sedan segment.

The petrol variant of the Honda Brio Amaze will be powered by the same 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine that powers the Brio hatchback. This engine is good for 90PS and will enable the Amaze to battle it out against the 1.2 litre K series equipped petrol variants of the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire.

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The new car will be launched on April 11 and thanks to being less than 4 metres in length, might come with an attractive price tag.

Image courtesy Team-Bhp

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  1. gaurav says:

    Does not amaze me. With ordinary looks and feel only plus is the diesel engine. I guess every car maker eventually has to stoop low to manufacture cars with insipid designs with low price tags to satisfy Indian customers.

  2. Clayton says:

    Did I just see an automatic gear house in the pictures?

  3. Diesel Car In India says:

    The diesel car is the best one cars becouse the high mileage and lower price and the average is well

  4. The Amaze is going to be a very comfortable affair as well, meaning more headroom, more legroom, more space on the inside without compromising on boot space which is an appreciable 375ltrs

  5. Best diesel car in india says:

    The best diesel car preferred in best and cheap amonut of india and the mileage the new Xing diesel is excellent to commute long distances with ease without having to worry about fueling your car frequently.

  6. vishnu says:

    Hi,
    Nice to see your review. It reduced my search a lot. I am from bangalore and looking for best diesel sedan car between 7-9 laks. I sorted 1) honda amaza 2) tayota Etios 3) Tata Manza 4) Shift dzire. Could you please let me know which one to sort out or any other better car for around 800 to 1000 kms/month with good boot space.
    Looking for good drivablity, milage and low maitenence.

    Thanks in advance.

    • shorya says:

      Hi Visnu, as per your requirnments i would suggest you to go for Tata Manza. It has great leg space, comfortable seats, and give you very good mileage. Being myself an owner i can say it is one most reliable car.

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