Honda has launched the new Honda Amaze facelift and the Honda Brio facelift in Thailand. Both the compact sedan and the hatchback come with several cosmetic updates at exterior and inside the cabin as well. The Honda Amaze is known as the Honda Brio Amaze in Thailand. The Honda Brio facelift sports the similar get up like the Indonesia spec model. It looks aggressive and bears the similar fascia like the new Amaze facelift.
The Honda Amaze facelift comes with new projector headlights, LED guide lights which can be seen in Honda Mobilio RS and Honda Brio RS. Other than that, the Amaze facelift receives fresh front grille, an all new front bumper, revised new design taillights, new alloy wheels and an integrated boot lid spoiler at the rear. Inside the cabin the car sports several changes as well.
The interior is quite similar to the India spec Amaze. The dashboard has received a redesigning touch, which comes with a Bluetooth connectivity enabled music system, a Multi Information Display or MID, a smart key system, push start button. The smart key system and push start button is not available in the India spec Honda Amaze facelift, which was launched in March, 2016 in our country.
On the power front the Honda Amaze facelift retains the same 1.2 litre four cylinder i-VTEC petrol engine which is paired with a CVT gearbox. The engine churns out 90 PS of peak power and 110 Nm of peak torque, which is similar to the Indian spec model. In the Thailand spec Honda Amaze facelift no manual gearbox is available.
The Honda Amaze facelift in Thailand is available in two different variants, which are V CVT and the SV CVT. The V CVT is priced at 517000 Thai Baht, equivalent to Rs. 971529, while the SV CVT variant is priced at 577000 Thai Baht, equivalent to Rs. 10.84 lakh.