Honda Cars India Ltd have introduced Honda Amaze SX, a new variant the model with added safety features. The new “SX” variant will be positioned above the mid-spec “S” variant and will be available in both Petrol and Diesel variants with Manual Transmission. The Ex-showroom (Delhi) price of Honda Amaze SX:
|SX||Rs 622,640||Rs 712,240|
The Honda Amaze SX will feature Front Dual Airbags in addition to the features available in “S” variant. Additionally, ABS (Anti Locking Braking System), which comes as standard equipment in all variants of Diesel Amaze, will now be offered in newly introduced Petrol “SX” variant apart from the top grade Petrol “VX”. With the introduction of the Honda Amaze SX, the variant list for the moel goes up to twelve – E, EX, S, SX (New) & VX (Petrol and Diesel) and S AT & VX AT (Petrol only).
Available in diesel and petrol variants, Honda Amaze embodies the best of Honda technologies and is designed to deliver great performance with unparalleled fuel efficiency in a spacious, comfortable and attractive looking form. The diesel variant is equipped with a 1.5L advanced i-DTEC diesel engine that provides segment leading mileage of 25.8 km/litre and best in class max power output of [email protected], thereby establishing a new benchmark in performance and fuel efficiency.
Announcing the new variant, Mr. Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said, “Honda Amaze has witnessed great success in Indian market by selling more than 60,000 units ever since its launch in April 2013 and has been a game changer for Honda. It is our constant endeavour to study customers’ needs & aspirations and introduce features that enhance the overall ownership experience. We are pleased to introduce “SX” variant of the Amaze with added safety features. The S variant has been the most popular variant in the Amaze range and with the addition of SX variant, we are confident that this new variant will appeal and bring delight to the customers seeking safety features at the volume range.”