Honda Car India has today announce the launch of Privilege Edition’ of its compact sedan, the Amaze. The Honda Amaze ‘Privilege Edition’ will be made available in both petrol and diesel derivatives, on the S(O) MT variants. Prices for the ‘Privilege Edition’ in the petrol guise stand at INR 648,888 lakh while those for the diesel stand at INR 773,631 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The biggest highlight of the Amaze Privilege Edition’ is the introduction of Honda’s DIGIPAD infotainment system, Privilege Edition Themed Premium Beige colour Seat Covers, Centre Arm Rest for the driver, Body Graphics, Privilege Edition Emblem and Rear Parking Sensors. Also Read: Second Generation Honda Amaze under works; likely to be more fuel efficient than new Maruti Suzuki Dzire
The DIGIPAD touchscreen multi-media system comes with a 17.7-cm screen, In-built Satellite Linked 3D Navigation, My storage Internal Media Memory 1.5GB, Mirror Link support for Smartphone Connectivity, Internet access for Browsing, Email and Live Traffic via optional Wifi Receiver, Voice Commands for Media, Navigation and Calling, Smartphone Voice Assistant Activation, Bluetooth for Handsfree Telephone and Audio Streaming Support, AM/FM Digital Radio Tuner, MP3/WAV, i-Pod/i-phone compatible and USB slots (2 Nos), Micro SD Card Slots for Maps and Media (2 Nos.) & HDMI-IN port. Also Read: GST effect: Honda City, WR-V powers Honda Cars India to 12 percent growth
The Honda Amaze ‘Privilege Edition’ will be offered on the Amaze S(O) MT grade which already comes with features like Dual Airbags, ABS (Diesel Variant), Power Adjustable ORVMs, Steering Mounted controls, Driver Seat Height Adjuster, Digital AC Controls, Premium Dual tone interiors and much more. The Privilege edition is priced Rs 10,000 over S(O) MT grade. Also Read: 4th Generation Honda City clocks 2.5 lakh sales units in India till date
Speaking about the Privilege Edition of Amaze, Mr. Jnaneswar Sen, Sr. Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said, Our endeavor has always been to offer best in class features to our customers & we are happy to offer the Privilege Edition of the Honda Amaze with Digipad for advanced infotainment. The new edition with its enhanced value is a compelling offer for our Amaze customers and is available as limited edition.” Also Read: Will Toyota consider Yaris over Vios as Honda City rival for India?
The Honda Amaze currently stands as the second best selling product for Honda Car India. First launched in the year 2013, this compact sedan has so far sold a total of 2.4 lakh units.