Sedan, Manual, 1,198 cc, Petrol, 17.8 kmpl
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The Honda Amaze is the sedan version of the Brio hatchback. It is built on the same platform but features the extended hood to give it a sedan look. The car was launched early 2012 and was received well by the market. The Amaze comes with a petrol engine and for the first time Honda has brought a diesel unit into its line-up in India. The Amaze is an entry level sedan and will compete with the Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire, Chevrolet Sail and Tata Manza.
The Amaze is the exact same car as the Brio, only it features a slightly longer wheelbase and an extended rear boot. The front grille, headlights and bumpers are the same, expect for the rear tail lights that have been accommodated to fit on the rear boot. The wheel arches and tyre sizes are also the same, it is essentially the same car as the Brio.
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Reviewed on Dec 03, 2013
Its very nice car, when I test drove it, I decided that it should be my first car. It given me a good average around 22 to 23 kmpl on highway and 16 to 18 in city. I love to drive this car and I recommend the car.
Reviewed on Oct 17, 2013
Car is good in all respect except hard suspensions and doubtable high cost of maintenance. Honda does not allow spares to be sold in open market and keeps monopoly. Therefore you have no choice other than to depend on Honda dealer only. In case of any breakdown (chances are very rare but exist) on road, you have to move to company dealer who are not many in numbers, costing you lot of money. Fuel average in petrol is around 15-16 kmpl in real world which is decent for such cars. I am using indigo CS for official works and run approximately 2,000 km per month, 500 to 1000km per month by Bolero and approximately 200-300 km by Alto. I found that because of hard suspensions ride of Amaze is inferior to Indigo and Bolero. However the Amaze engine is smooth and refined. Space is good and adequate. Gears are excellent, look wise it is also good.
Reviewed on Sep 24, 2013
Fun to drive with ease. I had shifted from Petrol i10 to Amaze Diesel. But its same way how i10 was driven with smooth steering. Taken test drive of all sedans like DZire, i20 also Etios. But again and again Amaze attracted me that own me also. And finally I have taken it. I have driven 2000 kms. And have no regrets to have it.