All New Honda Amaze global debut in 2024

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Honda is getting ready to launch a brand-new, third-generation Amaze around the world in 2019. The current Amaze has been on the market for almost five years, but it didn’t get much of an update until 2021. Sources say that the next-generation Amaze will be based on an updated version of the platform for the current sedan.

Honda is already working on a new midsize SUV for India. It will be based on an updated version of the platform for the current Amaze. This platform will probably also be used for the next-generation Amaze compact sedan, but unlike the current model, it will still be shorter than 4 metres.

When it comes to design, the next-generation Amaze is likely to look like newer Honda sedans like the latest-generation City and even the new Accord sold abroad. In fact, the second-generation Amaze was also based on the Accord of the time, and the third-generation model is likely to be made in the same way. It will also make the Amaze look more like the other sedans made by the same company.

Inside, the new Amaze will likely have a new layout, possibly with a free-standing touchscreen like the new Accord and HR-V SUV. There will probably be parts inside that are shared with other Honda cars in India.

Honda is likely to keep the same 1.2-liter, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated gasoline engine in the next generation of the Amaze. This engine has 90hp and 110Nm of torque, and it can be paired with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic transmission.

But, unlike the current model, the next-generation Amaze will not have a diesel engine. The Amaze has already stopped making the 1.5-liter diesel engine before the RDE rules go into effect in April 2023. In fact, Honda is about to stop making diesel engines in India altogether.

Most likely, the next-generation Honda Amaze will come out in the second half of 2024. When it comes out, the new Amaze will compete with cars like the recently redesigned Hyundai Aura, the Tata Tigor, and the Maruti Dzire, which will also get a full redesign in 2024.

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