The latest generation Amaze that came out early this year has well-balanced proportions and carries several design elements inspired by the company’s much bigger global models. However, some owners have started jazzing up their steeds with a handful of subtle modifications. Here are three such examples -
The list starts with one featuring the 'Radiant Red' paint scheme while the other two carrying the 'Orchid White Pearl' colour option. The red model features a blacked out front grille instead of the chrome-plated unit that can be found on the stock model. Even the headlamps have been blacked-out to give the car a bolder look. The Honda logo on the grille has been painted in bright red to further spice up the front fascia. The modified Amaze features black aftermarket alloy wheels that lend the car a sportier stance.
The white 2018 Honda Amaze sports a similar blacked-out grille. The stock rims have been replaced with chrome-plated multi-spoke 'deep dish' wheels. Even the third car features a similarly blacked-out grille and rides on dual-tone multi-spoke alloy wheels. The subtle changes made to these vehicles go a long way in enhancing their street presence. None of them carries performance modifications.
The petrol variant of the 2018 Honda Amaze is powered by a 1.2-litre i-VTEC four-cylinder naturally aspirated motor that produces 90 PS and 110 Nm. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual transmission and a CVT. The diesel versions draw power from a 1.5-litre iDTEC four-cylinder turbocharged unit. It outputs 100 PS and 200 Nm when paired with a manual transmission, and 80 PS and 160 Nm with a CVT.
With an average monthly sales of 7,260 units*, the 2018 Honda Amaze is second only to the Maruti Dzire (22,528 units) regarding popularity.
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