Honda Launches Exclusive Edition Amaze, WR-V & Jazz In India

Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition

Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition comes with exterior enhancements and is available in both petrol and diesel manual variants

Honda Cars India has launched the Exclusive Edition of its Amaze, Jazz and WR-V models today. The Amaze is the major contributor of Honda’s domestic sales ever since the second generation went on sale in May 2018 and it became the first Honda to cross more than10,000 unit sales in India last July.

Moreover, the Amaze did help Honda to outsell Tata in January 2019 with 7,981 units as the brand moved up to fourth in the OEM sales standings. With the introduction of the Exclusive Edition, at Rs. 7.86 lakh for petrol manual and Rs. 8.96 lakh for diesel manual, Honda expects Amaze to lure in more customers.

The Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition is priced at a premium of Rs. 12,000 over VX variant. Based on the high-spec petrol and diesel VX trims, the changes made to the special edition are front armrest with slide function and console box, black seat covers, ‘Exclusive Edition’ emblem, alloy wheels with dual-tone black stickers and step illumination garnish.

The Honda WR-V Exclusive Edition, on the other hand, features black painted tailgate spoiler with LED, step illumination garnish, sporty body graphics, black PU seat covers, and ‘Exclusive Edition’ emblem. It is priced at Rs. 18,000 over VX grade in petrol and diesel versions at Rs. 9.34 lakh and Rs. 10.47 lakh respectively.

The Honda Jazz Exclusive Edition costs Rs. 19,000 over VX CVT petrol and is priced at Rs. 9.22 lakh (all prices mentioned ex-showroom New Delhi). The cosmetic highlights are as similar to the WR-V Exclusive Edition. The Exclusive Editions are made available in two colours options: Radiant Red Metallic and Orchid White Pearl.

No mechanical updates have been implemented as the models continue to be powered by the same i-VTEC petrol and i-DTEC diesel engines. The regular Amaze also uses segment-first CVT in diesel version with paddle shifters. Honda is all prepared to launch the new generation Civic in the coming weeks and is expected to make an impact against Toyota Corolla Altis.