Honda Cars India has launched the 2017 Amaze Privilege Edition in India. This special edition model comes with some minor cosmetic tweaks on the exteriors as well as interiors, along with a few feature additions. The Amaze Privilege Edition is available for sale at all Honda dealerships across India from immediate effect.
2017 Honda Amaze Privilege Edition – Prices
The special edition Amaze compact sedan is based on the S(O) MT variant of the regular model. It is available in both petrol and diesel versions. The petrol model is priced at Rs. 6.49 lakh, while the diesel variant costs Rs. 7.74 lakh. (All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).
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It is thus priced at a premium of Rs. 10,000, as compared to the corresponding variants of the regular Honda Amaze line-up.
|Honda Amaze Privilege Edition||Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|Petrol S(O) MT||Rs 6.49 lakh|
|Diesel S(O) MT||Rs 7.74 lakh|
Honda Amaze Privilege Edition touchscreen system
The biggest addition made on the 2017 Honda Amaze Privilege Edition is a new touchscreen infotainment system. This is the same 7.0-inch touchscreen system called the Digipad, which was introduced in the City facelift and is also on offer with the Honda WRV.
This new touchscreen music system comes with inbuilt satellite navigation, audio and video streaming capabilities, 1.5 GB internal memory, MirrorLink support for connecting your smartphone, internet access through WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth for audio streaming and telephonic functions and voice commands. It is compatible with a wide range of media inputs, including AUX, USB, SD Card, and HDMI.
Honda Amaze special edition features
Since the Privilege Edition is based on the S(O) MT trim level of the Amaze, it comes with dual airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (only in Diesel model), Power Adjustable ORVMs, Steering Mounted controls, Driver Seat Height Adjuster, Digital AC Controls and Dual tone interiors.
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A new addition to the feature list of the special edition model of the Honda Amaze are the rear parking sensors, which are expected to make driving the car in city traffic and parking it in tight spots a bit easier. Another new addition is a centre armrest for the driver, which will make driving the car over long journeys a bit less tiring.
Honda Amaze Privilege Edition exterior changes
- Privilege Edition badge on the tailgate
- Body Graphics
Honda Amaze Privilege Edition interior changes
- New 7.0-inch Touchscreen Digipad infotainment system with navigation
- New beige seat covers with ‘Privilege Edition’ branding
- Centre Armrest for driver
- Exterior Design
- Interior Design & Comfort
Honda Amaze Privilege Edition
The Honda Amaze Privilege Edition comes with more features that make the car worthy of competing against the new Maruti Dzire, which is loaded with many new advanced features. The 7.0-inch touchscreen music system offers all information and fulfils all entertainment needs of the occupants. The engine options on offer with the Amaze special edition haven’t been changed. As a result, the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel have been continued in the spec sheet. Both these engines perform a satisfactory job, though the diesel unit is a bit harsh and can be heard inside the cabin.