New DelhI: The third-generation Amaze sedan from Japanese automaker Honda will go on sale in international markets the following year. India will also receive it. The car will have new tech-based features inside of a redesigned cabin and a revised exterior. It will be powered by a 1.2-liter, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated gasoline engine with 90 horsepower under the hood.
The Honda Amaze will undergo its first significant redesign in nearly five years in 2024. The vehicle will lack a diesel engine and share its chassis with the company's upcoming midsize SUV. The market would become more competitive if the company set a competitive price. It will compete against the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Tata Tigor in India.
The Accord-inspired design of the third-generation Amaze will include a sloping roofline, a long hood, a chrome grille, a wide air vent, and stylish LED headlights. ORVMs, angular body lines, and stylish alloy wheels will be on either side of it. There will be a raked windscreen and wrap-around taillights available. It will be smaller than 4,000mm in length.
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A 1.2-liter, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated gasoline engine coupled to either a CVT or a 5-speed manual transmission may provide power for the new Amaze. The mill produces 110Nm of torque and 90hp of power in the current model.
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A roomy five-seater interior, automatic climate control, rear AC vents, keyless entry, and a multifunctional steering wheel are expected to come standard on the third-generation Amaze. A standalone touchscreen infotainment system with support for the newest connectivity features should be included. Six airbags, ABS, EBD, crash sensors, ISOFIX mounts, and a rear-view camera may all be used to protect the passengers.
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At the time of its launch, the 2024 Honda Amaze's pricing and availability information in India will be made public. It should, however, cost more than the outgoing model, which starts at Rs. 6.89 lakh (ex-showroom).