The petrol iteration of the 2021 Honda Amaze starts at Rs 6.32 lakh, and the diesel variant comes with a starting price of Rs 8.67 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom. Bookings for the Amaze started on 4th August, and deliveries are expected to commence soon.
A little over three years after the introduction of the second-gen Amaze, Honda has now given it a facelift. The refreshed Amaze starts at Rs 6.32 lakh for the petrol iteration and Rs 8.67 lakh for the base diesel (ex-showroom, Delhi). Here’s a look at the detailed variant-wise pricing of the facelifted Amaze.
So, what’s new in the 2021 Honda Amaze? The biggest change is at the front. It now gets a revised multi-slat grille, but it continues to be finished in chrome, which gives it a bold stance. The top-spec iteration will now get projector LED headlights with integrated DRLs. Honda has also made some mild changes to the fog casing, and it now sports an L-shaped chrome element. The front splitter has been redesigned, and it now looks sharper than before. Along the sides, there isn’t much that is new. Honda has, however, bid adieu to the single-tone silver alloy wheels and instead fitted the Amaze with the alloys from the fourth-gen City. Unlike the outgoing model, which flaunted body-coloured door handles, this facelifted version sports a chrome finish. At the rear, the Amaze now gets new C-shaped LED taillights and a chrome accent on the rear bumper.
Not much is new inside. The overall shape and design of the dash remain largely unchanged. There are, however, a few mild changes like some silver accents on the dash and steering wheel, and the gear lever is now leather-wrapped in the manual trims. The VX trim gets beige seats, which are exclusive to the variant, and it also comes with a 7.0-inch touch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Check the table below for a detailed variant-wise feature list.
Under the hood, there are no mechanical changes. The Amaze continues to be powered by a 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol unit, which is good for 89bhp and 110Nm. The petrol Amaze will continue to be paired with a 5-speed manual or a CVT option. In fact, the 1.5-litre diesel engine, too, will come paired with an identical transmission option. That said, with a manual, it makes 99bhp and 200Nm, but with the CVT, it makes a considerably lower 79bhp and 160Nm.
Bookings for the Amaze facelift commenced on 4th August, and deliveries are likely to start soon. Just like before, the Amaze will continue to lock horns with the Maruti DZire, Hyundai Aura, Ford Aspire, and other sub-4 metre offerings.