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Old 11th October 2020, 21:46   #286
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Wonder how I missed it during my test drive.
Have you checked the air pressure in the front tires?
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I got it last week after Service by the dealer. So thought air pressure would be fine. Will get it checked today. Thanks.
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Honda Amaze Special Edition launched in India starting from ₹7.00 lakh. It is based on the S trim in MT and CVT version of both Petrol and Diesel models.

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Special Edition Petrol Manual - ₹7,00,000
Special Edition Petrol CVT - ₹7,90,000

Special Edition Diesel Manual - ₹8,30,000
Special Edition Diesel CVT - ₹9,10,000

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Some of the key highlights of the new Amaze Special Edition includes Digipad 2.0 – 17.7 cm touchscreen advanced display audio system, sleek and striking body graphics, special seat covers, ergonomically positioned sliding armrest and 'Special Edition' logo and badging.
https://twitter.com/HondaCarIndia/st...416864770?s=19
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Old 14th October 2020, 13:30   #289
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Honda Amaze Special Edition launched at Rs. 7.00 lakh

Honda Cars India has introduced a Special Edition of the Amaze sub-4 m sedan. It is based on the S variant and offered in both petrol and diesel manual as well as automatic transmission options.

While there are no mechanical changes to the Amaze Special Edition, it gets features like 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, new seat covers, sliding driver armrest, body graphics and Special Edition badging.

Earlier this year, the Amaze had crossed the 4 lakh sales milestone since its launch back in 2013. Honda claims that 42% of Amaze buyers are first-time car buyers.

The BS6-complaint Amaze was launched in January this year. It is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine producing 89 BHP @ 6,000 rpm and 110 Nm @ 4,800 rpm and a 1.5-litre diesel engine that makes 99 BHP @ 3,600 rpm and 200 Nm @ 1,750 rpm. Both engines are offered with a 5-speed manual or a CVT. The diesel CVT variant produces 79 BHP @ 3,600 rpm and 160 Nm @ 1,750 rpm.

Variant-wise ex-showroom Delhi prices:
  • Special Edition Petrol Manual - Rs 7,00,000
  • Special Edition Petrol CVT - Rs 7,90,000
  • Special Edition Diesel Manual - Rs 8,30,000
  • Special Edition Diesel CVT - Rs 9,10,000

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Finally, Honda has succumbed to the Sticker Mafia. Instead of those stickers, they should have given the Jazz's LED headlights and the Fog lamps. Would have made more sense to the Diwali bling. Internal Additions are worthy enough.

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2 year 2 months - my AMAZE Diesel V CVT
Completed approximately - 17000 kms
Couple of long trips to Connoor, Yercaud pre-COVID with 4 Adults
My daily drive to office - Nice and smooth

This has served me well with an average mileage of around 17.8 km per litre. I agree that my morning drive to office is with much lesser traffic. It is an excellent automatic to drive, spacious with a chiller A/C

No issues as of now except for a lower arm bush noise in the initial stages

Great compact sedan for everyday use and for long trips too.

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Hello Everyone,

Hope everyone is still in the Diwali mood. So two specific things that i need some help with.

1) What is the correct gear shift ratio for Amaze ? I always get confused about this. Would be good to hear what you guys follow.

2) Had a recent trip to a ghat section, climbing is OK, but i do feel the amaze petrol struggles a bit, has anyone else faced this ? Possible solutions ?

And yes, about 3 months back the service center called me and said they would change the fuel pump, although my car is 2019 manufactured they did this on their own, has anyone else got a 2019 car which had the pump changed?

One extra query since I am on it, what is the best mileage fellow petrol owners have got on the highway?

Take care everyone.
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The Amaze petrol manual struggles on inclines. This is a known issue. It's due to the lack of low end torque of its engine. All is good as long as you carry momentum into the incline. If you have to stop mid way and start again, that's where trouble begins.
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One extra query since I am on it, what is the best mileage fellow petrol owners have got on the highway?
I consistently get about 20 kmpl on my highway runs but it drops to 10-11 in the city. What has been your experience?

Mine is a petrol CVT.
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I consistently get about 20 kmpl on my highway runs but it drops to 10-11 in the city. What has been your experience?

Mine is a petrol CVT.
That's really great! My CVT petrol averages between 9.5 and 9.7kmpl in city drives. Haven't had a chance to drive on the highway. In my opinion this is a great car for city rides. The CVT transmission is fantastic.
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I consistently get about 20 kmpl on my highway runs but it drops to 10-11 in the city. What has been your experience?

Mine is a petrol CVT.
My experience is quite good in the city as well as highways. I get about 17 to 18 on the highway. I hope someday i can push it to 20. I have a MT Petrol.
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Hi All. I am planning to buy an Amaze S MT. We sold off our 8 year old i20 and need a replacement. All the hatchbacks from Hyundai are ridiculously priced. So thought why not get a small Sedan and the Amaze looks good.

We already have an Innova Crysta and the New Thar so need one for my mother and the odd runaround chores etc. This will rarely hit the highway.

Any suggestions here ?
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Hi All. I am planning to buy an Amaze S MT. We sold off our 8 year old i20 and need a replacement. All the hatchbacks from Hyundai are ridiculously priced. So thought why not get a small Sedan and the Amaze looks good.

We already have an Innova Crysta and the New Thar so need one for my mother and the odd runaround chores etc. This will rarely hit the highway.

Any suggestions here ?
If you are looking for normal city runs and occasional highway rides go for the petrol one. Performance wise the diesel one is surely better. Space wise I am happy with this car, I have the VX so having cruise control is a blessing.

This car does a good job in the city, no hassles. Only thing is if you need a bit of a taller ride comfort, may be Jazz is better. Just my opinion.
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I am reading some news about Amaze facelift ..any idea on what the changes are and possible month of launch?
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At the outset lemme thank this thread and TeamBHP forum contributors for deep insights that they share. It helped me a lot recently when I upgraded my mom's i10 AT to Honda Amaze VX TDCI 2021 2 days ago. I was almost going to buy Kia Sonet but decided against it. And after buying I took it to ZigWheels Gurgaon on Tyre upgrade (as suggested here) and look what we discovered- rust on parts like control arm and link rod connecting the wheel. Is this natural for a car that we were told is manufactured in few days ago in Jan!? And how risky is this.

I must give to Honda guys and their processes. As soon as I tweeted tagging Honda India handle they got into action and are getting the car picked up on Monday.

But what do you experts suggest I should do!?

Best always
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