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Old 22nd May 2023, 22:44   #331
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Hi all, can the Amaze owners please let me know what mileage are you getting from your cars in the city. I see a range of 8-12km/l in the thread.

I am looking to buy a car for my wife, primary usage will be back and forth between home and office. Will be driven by the driver so back seat comfort is key. Am looking at the Glanza G AMT variant and the Honda Amaze VX CVT.

Thanks in advance for your help
Getting double digits in my Amaze S CVT P. 10-12 in city and 15-17 on highways.
If itís a driver driven then why CVT? Wonít a MT suffice?
Between the two I will suggest going for Amaze. Itís 4 star safety rated. Even in cities safety matters. AMT is no match to Hondas CVT. But with Toyota you will certainly get a better service experience.
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Getting double digits in my Amaze S CVT P. 10-12 in city and 15-17 on highways.
If itís a driver driven then why CVT? Wonít a MT suffice?
Between the two I will suggest going for Amaze. Itís 4 star safety rated. Even in cities safety matters. AMT is no match to Hondas CVT. But with Toyota you will certainly get a better service experience.
Went ahead with the Amaze, test drove the Glanza and just couldn't get used to the gear changes in the AMT, the CVT on the other hand I s quite smooth. Thankfully the dealer could arrange the colour that we wanted in a day so took the delivery today.
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Went ahead with the Amaze, test drove the Glanza and just couldn't get used to the gear changes in the AMT, the CVT on the other hand I s quite smooth. Thankfully the dealer could arrange the colour that we wanted in a day so took the delivery today.
Congratulations on taking a wise decision. We too had almost finalised Tiago XZA plus AMT till we test drove the Amaze CVT and we were sold. For a 1 lac more we got a reliable work horse and butter smooth gearbox
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What was the on road price for amaze VX diesel CVT?

Found a 2019 model for 9.7 L. Feels overpriced. Any thoughts please?

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Hello and Good Morning Everyone!

I just have a quick question. Is there any app for Honda cars where we can see the entire service history and all the information related to a Honda Car? Like for Mahindra they have "withyouhamesha" App.

I just bought a pre-owned 2019 Amaze V CVT Diesel. So just wanted to know if there is any such app.
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Hello and Good Morning Everyone!

I just have a quick question. Is there any app for Honda cars where we can see the entire service history and all the information related to a Honda Car?.
Congrats on getting the Amaze CVT.

Honda has Honda Connect app for getting the previous service history and their invoices. You can download it from the Playstore here
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What was the on road price for amaze VX diesel CVT?


Found a 2019 model for 9.7 L. Feels overpriced. Any thoughts please?
I came across similar car, may be the same. However I went ahead and booked a new VX CVT with 35K cash discount. The price difference is less than 1.5L for a 4 year old car, that to pre facelift is not worth..Just tyres, battery, 40K service and warranty you will lose out nearly 70-80K. I offered 8L.

The new model has lot more improvement, please check the following thread
2021 Honda Amaze Facelift : A Close Look


Some key things from the above thread..

1. The refreshed Amaze is equipped with an updated Digipad 2.0 7" touchscreen head unit. It offers connectivity through Apple CarPlay, Android Auto & Weblink.

2. Onboard navigation has been deleted from the list of features

3. Interior: silver inserts replacing piano black

4. MT gear lever gets a leather boot

5. Two individual map lights have been provided at the front

6. Boot lid gets a full cover on the underside

7. The rear bumper has been tweaked and now houses a thick chrome strip that runs from end to end. Slim reflectors with black housings have been provided on either side. The 4 parking sensors are now smaller than before

8. The pilot lamps are now C-shaped LED units

9. 15" diamond-cut dual-tone alloy wheels look smarter than the outgoing car's wheels.

10. Foglamps are now LED units

11. Amaze gets LED DRLs and LED projector headlamps

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1. No thatís not how it is. Mine are also aftermarket covers got them for less
than half of what showroom guys quoted. Maybe a fitting issue. Try contacting
the guy who put the covers.
2. No idea. Others will be of better help.
3. Your highway mileage is fine. Mileage is also dependent upon driving style,
tyre pressure, distance run, trip type and number of users. Mine is single
handed driven by my Chauffeur. Mine gives an average of 12-14 KMPL in
City and highway is around 19 KMPL. Mileage also increases over time. New
Car wonít give decent mileage right off the bat.
4. Ask Honda regarding warranty.

Happy riding.
Hey Thanks Prince and sorry for the delayed response.
Actually I have become used to the way the vehicle drives with all its qualities and flaws.
The mileage has been pretty much the same however the showroom guys at Cherish Honda have been super helpful and changed my seat under warranty.
I have learnt not to install any after market accessories in my future vehicles.

Thanks again for your inputs.
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I am on the lookout for a small automatic car for in-city office-home trips, and oscillating between Amaze, Kiger and Magnite. I don't want AMTs - I felt my 19 year old 2004 City CVT drives better than the latest AMTs - I took test drive of Ignis, Baleno, Exter. After all that, now considering only CVTs - budget 12L on road Hyd. Reason for Kiger/Magnite is the higher seating position. One concern with Amaze is - I heard a face lift is due sometime soon.. so don't want to be missing out by buying the current one now. Anyone has any info about Amaze face lift please do let me know. Thank you.
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All new Amaze is due next year. It's not a facelift. You might want to wait for that if you are interested in the Amaze.
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I am on the lookout for a small automatic car for in-city office-home trips, and oscillating between Amaze, Kiger and Magnite. I don't want AMTs - I felt my 19 year old 2004 City CVT drives better than the latest AMTs - I took test drive of Ignis, Baleno, Exter. After all that, now considering only CVTs - budget 12L on road Hyd. Reason for Kiger/Magnite is the higher seating position. One concern with Amaze is - I heard a face lift is due sometime soon.. so don't want to be missing out by buying the current one now. Anyone has any info about Amaze face lift please do let me know. Thank you.
If you can wait, I'd recommend Amaze, which will receive a generation update in the first quarter of 2024. However, if you need something right away, I'd advise choosing Magnite turbo CVT. It has a smooth three cylinder, which I've tested so far, and the way it changes gears is fantastic; you won't experience any jerkiness like you would with other AMT's.
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