Amaze will be available in three trim lines: VX, S and E. The 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines are the same as before and are paired with either a CVT or manual gearbox.
Honda Cars have tweaked the interior and exterior design of the Amaze. The company claims the stance is wider and lower than before.
The tail section gets a 3D contrast treatment. The C-shaped rear light is a new addition.
Upfront, the Amaze gets LED headlights and DRLs integrated with the front grille, which now gets a multi-layer chrome design.
The VX trim gets new 15-inch alloy wheels, which are finished with dual-tone treatment. The Japanese company claims the stance has been made wider and lower for better dynamics.
Honda Cars is offering 2021 Amaze in 5 colour choices: Platinum white, radiant red, meteoroid grey, lunar silver and golden brown.
Inside the cabin, the notable change is in the infotainment package. The touchscreen now gets the option of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The dashboard gets new chrome and silver inserts.
Amaze is Honda Cars India’s bestselling product and has cocked over 4.5 lakh units since launch.