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The new Amaze is built on an all-new platform and would be available with both petrol and diesel powertrains. It will also feature a diesel variant with CVT (fully automatic) transmission.
It would be Honda's first diesel engine combined with CVT (continuously variable transmission), and India will be the first market to launch this technology, the company said.
"The Honda Amaze has been one of our very successful models in India, with over Rs 275,000 satisfied customers. With the 2nd generation Amaze, we are extremely excited to add another chapter to the success story of the model," HCIL Senior Vice President and Director Marketing and Sales Rajesh Goel said.