Mini Honda City in Rs. 6 Lakhs Coming in 2024; Game-Changing Features and New Interiors!
Honda is set to launch Mini-City sedan for the Indian Market at Rs. 6 Lakhs which will see it compete against the likes of Maruti Dzire, and Hyundai Aura. In this article, we’ve listed all the details of this Mini City that you will be actually interested in buying!
Mini Honda City Launch Soon: What you need to know!
Honda is working on the next-generation of the Amaze which is the reports are true, we can expect a 2024 launch. Moreover, it’ll have features which is like buying a City at an affordable. It has new features like 8-inch infotainment system, first-in segment sunroof, wireless charging pad, LED Headlamps, and LED Fog Lamps. In Safety, the new Amaze will get 6 Airbags, ABS with EBD, Hill Assist, TPMS, and the most important feature, ADAS, but it won’t have Adaptive Cruise Control, but will get Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, Lane Keep Assist, etc.
1.2 L 4 Cylinder Petrol
5 Speed MT, 7 Speed CVT
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The new-gen Amaze will come to sport the 1.2 L 4 Cylinder Petrol Engine producing 88.50 BHP and 110 NM of torque paired to 5 Speed MT, and 7 Speed CVT. The Amaze is the only sedan in the segment to not come with CNG option. It remains to be seen, if Honda thinks of offering an alternate fuel option.
Other than that, the new Honda Amaze is built on the Honda’s ACE platform which underpins the City and the Elevate, and it’s likely to adopt the same design language as well, or share similarity to Accord (sold internationally). Interestingly, the second-gen Amaze was inspired by the Accord at that time, and similar approach could be taken as well for the third-gen model like new grille with hexagonal-like pattern, thinner LED DRLs within the new sleeker LED headlamps, and the bumpers little aggressive than the outgoing version.
Jumping to the cabin, we expect the interiors to undergo new design layout, possibly could feature a free-standing touchscreen 8-inch infotainment system, similar to the Accord. Although it’s possible the interior layout could be similar to the City as well like vertically-positioned AC vents, new 4-spoke steering wheel, semi-digital instrument cluster, centre armrest, and new upholstery for the dashboard, and the interiors.
Honda Amaze 2024 launch timeline at the moment is unknown, but if the word is out of Honda working on the next-gen of the Amaze, we can expect them to launch it in the mid to late 2024. The new Amaze will compete with the Hyundai Aura, and the upcoming next-gen Maruti Dzire.