2018 Honda Amaze accessories are offered in two packages namely Unity and Chrome. They enhance the overall sporty appeal of the subcompact sedan
Honda introduced the second-generation Amaze subcompact sedan a few days ago. Priced almost similar to the outgoing model, the range starts at Rs. 5.59 lakh and it goes all the way up to Rs. 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Amaze series has seen expansion with arrival of CVT on diesel variants and increased premium equipment list.
In recent years, buyers are preferring to customise their vehicles right off the showrooms resulting in authorised dealerships selling accessorised parts. Honda does not want to be left behind and has announced the official custom package for the new Amaze.
It comes in two options: Unity and Chrome. The customisation elements are fitted by the dealerships and owners have the privilege to choose on of them. The Utility package comprises of side body moulding, door handle protector, bumper protectors up front and rear. This is more of a straightforward option.
Whereas, the Chrome package provides an array of accessories such as adding chrome bits to the exterior. It allows for chrome door lining, fog lamp garnish, trunk garnish and tail lamp chrome garnish. Compared to its main competitor, the latest Maruti Suzuki Dzire, which enables an immersive experience with the online configurator, the factory modification options are quite limited on the Amaze.
The standard 2018 Honda Amaze derives power from 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel and 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engines. The diesel mill makes 99 bhp and 200 Nm and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. The 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol produces 87 bhp and 109 Nm and has a five-speed manual as well as a CVT option. The diesel motor gets a brand new CVT this time around but it is de-tuned to make 80 PS and 160 Nm only.