Thai-spec Honda Amaze facelift with new projector headlights – In Images
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Available in two variants.
Seen here are the first live images of the Thai-spec Honda Amaze facelift (Honda Brio Amaze facelift) which now gets projector headlights with LED light guides, inspired by the Honda Mobilio RS and the Honda Brio RS variants.
Aside from the headlights, the Amaze facelift for Thailand, much like the Indian model, gets a new chrome grille, a new front bumper with redesigned foglight enclosures, new alloy wheels, new taillights, a spoiler on the bootlid and a sportier rear bumper.
The interior of the Amaze facelift for Thailand is similar to the Indian model as well. It gets a new dashboard with a Bluetooth-enabled music system, rectangular AC vents, automatic climate control and a new instrument cluster with a larger MID (multi-information display). The only difference is that the Thai-spec Amaze facelift gets an all-black dashboard whereas the Indian model opts for a dual-tone black-and-beige theme.
Under the hood, the Amaze facelift for Thailand continues with the 1.2-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC petrol engine paired to a CVT. The engine develops 90 PS and 110 Nm of torque similar to the Indian model (Note that the Honda Amaze MT in India develops 88 PS and 109 Nm of torque).
The Honda Brio Amaze facelift is available in two variants in Thailand. The V CVT is priced at 517,000 Baht (INR 971,529), and the SV CVT is priced at 577,000 Baht (INR 10.84 lakhs).