As a part of Honda’s Discover India campaign, we were recently invited for a three day drive and discover event. The route which we had to explore, started from Ahmedabad and ended somewhere in the heart of Rann of Kutch. The car we had, was the Honda Amaze.
Sales of Honda Amaze jumped off the roof from 7,000 plus to somewhere around 3,000 after the introduction of Tata Zest and also due to market fluctuations, while Brio does around one-third of that number now.
If you had booked a Honda car last year and still haven’t gotten hands on it, you will be billed higher as per revised prices.
The first webisode of “Discover Amazing India in Honda Amaze” has been released by Honda Cars India Limited. This web series draws attention to the varied and unexplored locations in India while travelling in a Honda Amaze.
Travelling almost 24,000 kms in 54 days, Honda Amaze has now found itself a place in the famous Guinness World Records books for making the ‘Longest journey by a car in a single country’.
Based on Brio platform, Honda Amaze was launched last year, with all-new 1.5l i-DTEC diesel engine, specially made for India. Also offered in petrol trim, Honda Amaze will soon get a CNG option.