Honda Cars India has launched the Honda Amaze Privilege Edition in the nation. The model adds new features to the sedan and is based on the S (O) MT variant and is priced at Rs 6.49 lakh for the petrol variant and Rs 7.73 lakh for the diesel variant (ex-showroom prices, New Delhi).
The limited edition model is Rs 10,000 more costly than the standard version. Honda not altered the exterior of the new Amaze Privilege Edition save for the new body graphics. Though there are more widespread alterations on the inside and comprise a new 7-inch touch screen infotainment system that Honda likes to call – Digipad.
It proffers in-built satellite connected 3D navigation, 1.5 GB of internal storage space, Mirror Link support for smartphone connectivity, internet access and live traffic via the optional WiFi. The Digipad be accessed by voice commands and there is Bluetooth telephony option, to AUX and USB connectivity.
Moreover the car attains beige seat covers with ‘Privilege Edition’ embossed on them. There is a driver-side centre armrest, whereas the limited edition variant attains rear parking sensors too. The S (O) reaches with dual airbags and ABS in the diesel trim.
Honda Cars India – Sr. Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Jnaneswar Sen has also conveyed that, our attempt been to supply best in class characteristics to our clients and are happy to supply the Privilege Edition of the Honda Amaze with Digipad for superior infotainment. The Honda Amaze reaches as a game changer for the automaker in 2013 and has been a well-liked seller ever as with over 2.4 lakh units sold.