Honda Amaze LIVE launch webcast from 12 PM tomorrow

Honda Amaze LIVE launch webcast from 12 PM tomorrow

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honda amaze diesel launchHonda is getting set to launch their new Amaze in Indian markets tomorrow on April 11, 2013. The launch of this new sedan, is two way accomplishment for the company that is, for the first time, entering into a new segment of entry level sedan besides their first offering with a diesel engine.

Honda has noted that this is where demand lies and is introducing their Amaze, which is sure to attract a lot of attention from car buyers. With the launch of Amaze, the company will also be introducing an exciting package of offers to attract buyers. These will include a maintenance package, extended warranty and exchange schemes while the company’s top executives of Honda Cars India Limited, will be conducting home visits to first time buyers and buyers of the Brio hatchback to impress upon them the features and important aspects of Amaze.

This entry level, diesel engined Amaze, in the sub 4 meter class, is also entitled to certain excise duty cuts which accounts for its affordable pricing, expected to be in the INR 7.50 lakh category. The vehicle will be offered with both petrol and diesel options and has already made its way into Thailand markets. Based on the Brio platform, the Amaze diesel engines will be produced from the company plant in Tapukara, Rajasthan, while the vehicle itself will be produced from the Greater Noida plant.

So, if you are one of the many who have been waiting for the Amaze, visit this page tomorrow at 12 PM, where we will take you to the LIVE webcast of the Amaze. At the LIVE webcast, you will get to know the official price, Honda India’s plans for India, future strategy and much more, straight from the horse’s mouth. Until then, you can have a look at our stories till date on Amaze, and a look at hi-res image gallery of Amaze from media drive in Goa.

UPDATE: Honda Amaze launched in at Rs 4.99 lakhs for petrol and Rs 5.99 lakhs for diesel

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