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 â€˜Longest journey by a car in a single countryâ€™.
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.
Honda Cars India Ltd., has recalled 2,338 units of Brio hatchback, Amaze sedan, and CR-V SUV manufactured between September 2011 and July 2014.
Both, Honda Brio and Amaze are based on the same platform. Two of the best selling cars from Honda Cars India, they have now received some minor updates.
Jodhpur: Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has initiated its â€˜Longest Drive through Amazing Indiaâ€™. No prizes for guessing it’s a Honda Amaze journey. The celebration drive kicked off in Jodhpur, and will entail a distance of over 23,000 Kms across India culminating at Greater Noida.
Tata Zest compact sedan is launched at Rs. 4.64 lakhs for petrol and Rs. 5.64 lakhs for diesel variants, making it one of most affordable cars in the segment. Here is on paper technical specification comparison of Tata Zest with its rivals, Maruti Swift Dzire, Hyundai Xcent and Honda Amaze.
Honda Amaze compact sedan from Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) was launched on 11th April 2013 at starting price of Rs. 4.99 lakhs for petrol and Rs. 5.99 lakhs for diesel variants. In first three weeks of launch, Honda Amaze saw about 22,000 bookings and now in 16 months, sales have crossed 1 lakh units milestone.
Hondaâ€™s 1.5 liter iDTEC engine, currently doing duty on both Amaze and City and to be installed on the new Mobilio MPV and Jazz, has proved itself as a fuel efficient, yet powerful diesel engine. However, despite these accolades, it is the strong engine clatter permeating into its interiors that has caused a major issue and which the company is in the process of tackling.