Honda Nepal launched the all-new Amaze

Syakar Trading Pvt. Ltd, the official importer of Honda vehicles in Nepal, has launched the all-new Amaze. The new generation Amaze comes with a seven-speed CVT, available both on petrol and diesel.


Design

The facelifted Amaze gets a new grille similar to that on the fifth-generation Honda City. As for the lights, the sedan comes with LED projector headlamps with integrated LED DRLs and LED fog lamps at the front and C-shaped LED combination lamps at the rear. 

Inside the cabin, the car comes with new fabric upholstery with contoured seats and a revised dashboard layout with a satin silver accent. On the dashboard sits a 17.7cm touchscreen infotainment system–integrated with DIGIPAD 2.0–which is compatible with Android Auto, and Apple Carplay.

Engine

The Amaze comes in two engine options: a 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine and a 1.5L i-DTEC engine.

The car powered by the 1.2L petrol engine generates 66 kW of power and a torque of 110 Nm.

And the one powered by the 1.5L diesel engine generates a power of 73 kW and a torque of 200 Nm.

Both engines come mated to either a five-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed CVT.


Specifications

Engine1.2L i-VTEC1.5L i-DTEC
Fuel typePetrolDiesel
Displacement (cc)11991498
Transmission5-speed manual or 7-speed CVT5-speed manual or 7-speed CVT
Drive system2 WD2 WD
Fuel tank capacity (L)3535
Mileage (km/l)18.6 (manual) or 18.3 (CVT)24.7 (manual) or 21 (CVT)
Seating capacity55
Boot space (L)420420
Ground clearance (mm)170170

Features 

As for the conveniences, the sedan boasts features such as cruise control, paddle shifter, automatic climate control, dust and pollen filter, push start/stop button, keyless remote, speed-sensing auto-door lock, and power adjustable ORVM.

The vehicle, which employs  Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) structure, comes with a plethora of safety features such as front dual airbags, automatic headlight control with light sensor, Dr and As seat pretensioner with load limiter, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensor, and high-speed alert.


Honda Amaze price in Nepal

The car comes in two variants: the Amaze S, and the Amaze VX at a starting price of Rs 40.23 lakh (for the S-MT variant).

New Amaze modelsPrice in Nepal
Amaze S (MT)Rs 40.23 lakh
Amaze S (CVT)Rs 45.02 lakh
Amaze VX (MT)Rs 45.87 lakh
Amaze VX (CVT)Rs 50.29 lakh

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