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Honda Amaze To Make Its Global Debut In 2024

A brand-new, third-generation Honda Amaze will make its debut in the world in 2019. Despite being on the market for over five years, the current Amaze only received a minor mid-lifecycle modification in 2021. Sources claim that the platform of the next Amaze would be an advancement of the one used by the sedan.

Honda Amaze

Honda is already working on a brand-new midsize SUV for the Indian market that will ride on an upgraded version of the Amaze’s existing base. The next-generation Amaze small sedan is also expected to use this platform, albeit it will continue to be shorter than the prior model (4 meters).

The appearance of the next-generation Amaze is believed to resemble that of more recent Honda sedans, such as the latest-generation City and even the new Accord marketed overseas. In fact, the Accord of the time served as design inspiration for the second-generation Amaze, and the third-generation model is anticipated to take a similar tack. Additionally, it will make the Amaze look like a family member of the manufacturer’s other sedan models.

Expect a new interior design for the 2019 Amaze, maybe with a free-standing touchscreen setup like those found in the new Accord and the HR-V SUV. Interior parts from other Honda cars in India will likely be shared.

Honda Amaze

Honda is anticipated to retain the 1.2-liter, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated petrol engine from the current model for the third-generation Amaze. This engine has 90 horsepower and 110 pound-feet of torque, and it may be paired with a CVT automatic gearbox or a 5-speed manual transmission.

The following-generation Amaze won’t, however, be supplied with a diesel engine as the present model does. On the Amaze, the 1.5-liter diesel engine has already been phased out prior to the April 2023 implementation of the RDE standards. In fact, Honda will soon discontinue producing diesel engines in India entirely.

Honda had previously supplied a factory-fitted CNG kit with the Amaze, but it is unknown if the same will be the case with the following-generation vehicle.

The Honda Amaze of the future will probably make its appearance in the second half of 2024. When it is released, the new Amaze will continue to compete against vehicles like the newly updated Hyundai Aura and Tata Tigor, as well as the Maruti Dzire, which is also scheduled to undergo a complete model change in 2024.

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