Honda Amaze is experiencing pretty high demand for the CVT variants. The CVT variants of the Amaze have contributed 26% to the total 15,000 bookings of the sedan. Interestingly, the compact sedan has helped in boosting Honda’s overall sales in the country as well as the brand has experienced its monthly retail figure grew by 41%. Also, Honda sold 9,789 units of the Amaze sedan in May 2018, which is the biggest retail number for any Honda in a month in India.
Honda also reveals that the demand for the petrol CVT variant of the new Amaze sedan is significantly higher than the diesel CVT variants. Not only that, Honda Amaze has seen the petrol and diesel ratio divided as 64:36, which indicates towards another trend that people are leaning towards the petrol cars instead of diesel ones, like before.
The new Honda Amaze was unveiled at the 2018 Delhi Auto expo and it grabbed everyone’s attention instantly with its completely redesigned look that is way different compared to the previous model. The new Amaze comes with a flat and muscular looking front fascia with sharp headlamps, thick horizontal chrome bar and a bulky and bold looking front bumper.
Not only exterior, but the cabin too comes featuring loads of upmarket features and a styling design. It offers generous space and the features like touchscreen infotainment system adds appeal to the cabin. So far, the Japanese automaker has done a really nice job with the new Amaze sedan.