To keep up with the time and competition, Honda Amaze and Brio have been updated to suit the changing times.
Yesterday, Honda Cars India launched the new variants of its Amaze and Brio models. A new variant of the already successful Amaze was launched and two new variants of its hatchback – Brio.
The new VX (O) grade of the Amaze will be positioned above the existing VX grade and will have an audio-video navigation. The VX (O) grade will be made available in both diesel and petrol versions. Brio range, available only in petrol, gets a new VX grade with black interiors and audio-video navigation.
Commenting on the new variants, Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice President – Marketing & Sales, HCIL said, “The new grades with audio-video navigation have been introduced as a result of the customer feedback we received. We value this feedback and constantly try to accommodate the same in our models.”
Mr. Sen also said that Honda is working on a CNG variant of its Amaze.
One of the most selling models of the Japanese manufacturer, Amaze has sold a total of 1.25 lakh units in India from the time of its launch in April 2013.
Brio, on the other hand, has sold almost 70,000 units in India from the time it was launched in September 2011.
The new petrol variant of Honda Amaze will cost Rs. 7.32 lakhs and the diesel one will attract a price tag of Rs. 8.2 lakhs. The new manual Brio will have a price tag of Rs. 5.99 lakhs and the automatic one Rs. 6.78 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi).