Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) has
commenced the production of its much awaited all-new 2nd Generation Honda
Amaze. The car is being manufactured at HCIL’s Tapukara plant in India’s
northern state of Rajasthan. India, a key market for Honda globally, is the
first country to manufacture and launch this new model. The all new Amaze is
scheduled to be launched on May 16. Deliveries of the model will begin
immediately after its launch.
Rajesh Goel, Sr. Vice
President & Director, Honda Cars India Ltd said, “We are delighted to
announce the beginning of production of all - new Honda Amaze. This model will
be a game changer for Honda Cars India – both in terms of boosting our business
and further strengthening our model-lineup with advanced technology. The 2nd
Generation Amaze has received excellent response from customers since its world
premiere at the Auto Expo. As a special gesture to the customers who are
booking the car even before knowing the price and variant details, we have
decided to offer a special introductory price for the initial 20,000 bookings.”
The first generation Amaze was
introduced in India in year 2013. It marked Honda’s entry into compact sedan
segment and was the first car in the company’s product line-up to get the
advanced i-DTEC diesel engine technology. Honda Amaze has been one of the most
successful model for Honda in India, with over 2.5 lakh satisfied customer on
Indian roads. The second generation of
Honda Amaze had its world premiere at the Auto Expo 2018 in February’18.
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