Japanese auto maker, Honda has finally given a stern answer to ongoing diesel war in the Indian auto market by rolling out Honda Amaze on 11th April, 2013. Ruling the compact sedan segment for close to a decade with its iconic Honda City, the car maker has been struggling for a couple of years with only petrol models. Honda Amaze becomes the first diesel powered car to come out from Honda’s stable in the country. Honda Amaze’s outfit is brilliantly sculpted to differentiate from its hatchback sibling, Honda Brio. Perfectly blending boot with spectacular parallel slats on side profile adds a significant character to the overall sporty sedan.
Shorter hood has helped Amaze to have more space in the boot section. Front fascia is Brio inspired with minor tweaking. Honda has neatly done the hatchback to sedan work with vibrant aerodynamic cues flowing over its body and at no point the car looks to be originated from a two box. Based on extended wheelbase of Brio platform, Amaze caters enough space inside to seat five passengers with ease. The all new Honda Amaze will be giving fierce competition to Maruti Swift Dzire, Mahindra Verito, Toyota Etios, Nissan Sunny and Tata Indigo eCS.