Next-Gen Honda Amaze Expected Launch in Q4

  • New-Gen Honda Amaze to arrive this festive season
  • Likely to feature fresh styling and more features
  • Will continue to use the same petrol engine as the current one

Next-Gen Honda Amaze Expected Launch in Q4

As per media reports, it is believed that Honda Cars India is preparing itself to introduce the third iteration of the Amaze later this year. This updated compact sedan will succeed the current model, which has been on sale since 2018. Expected to debut around Diwali, the New Amaze will showcase an updated design and enhanced features. Utilizing a new platform shared with the Honda City and Elevate, the car promises to capture the attention of a wider audience.

Next-Gen Honda Amaze: Platform, Exterior and Interior

The 2024 Amaze will use a modified platform derived from the City and the Elevate. However, it will adopt a shorter wheelbase to ensure its overall length remains under 4,000mm.

In terms of exterior design, the updated Amaze will maintain its stylish design cues, similar to larger Honda sedans available globally. Just as the current-generation sedan took design inspiration from the premium sedan Accord, a similar approach is anticipated for the third-generation Amaze.

Moving on to the interior, the New Honda Amaze might have a different layout, with a bigger touchscreen like the one in the Elevate. Additionally, the automaker might use some parts from other Honda cars in India in order to keep costs down.

Next-Gen Honda Amaze: Powertrain Option

With the diesel option discontinued in India, the upcoming Amaze will only be available with one petrol engine choice, This will be the same 1.2-litre petrol unit which is seen on the current model. It will provide a maximum power output of 87 bhp with 110 Nm of peak torque. Transmission options will comprise a 5-speed manual and a CVT automatic gearbox.

Next-Gen Honda Amaze: Launch Date, Price and Rivals

It is speculated that Honda Cars plans to launch the new Amaze later this year, probably around Diwali. We believe that it will be pricier than the current model, which starts at Rs 7.16 lakh (ex-showroom). Upon launch, it will compete against the likes of the Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor, and the Maruti Suzuki Dzire.

Also Read: Hyundai Creta N-Line Bookings Open in India

Honda Elevate
Starting at ₹ 11,69,000
EMI Starting at ₹ 16,398
Get the deal
Honda City 5th Generation
Starting at ₹ 11,82,000
EMI Starting at ₹ 16,581
Get the deal
Honda Amaze
Starting at ₹ 7,19,500
EMI Starting at ₹ 10,093
Get the deal
Call Now