At the end of the day clients will be the victors when it comes to picking out a vehicle in the entry level sedan section. This is because of a lot of options that are being presented comprising Tata Indigo eCS, Maruti Swift Dzire as well as Mahindra Verito.
By the first half of the coming year (2013), Honda India would also make foray in this section with the introduction of its initial diesel vehicle in the nation, the Honda Brio Amaze.
It will be exciting to witness the fight between two Japanese giants, Honda and Suzuki (Maruti Suzuki) in this section. The Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire is already an established player, whilst the Honda Brio Amaze would rely on the victory attained by Honda during the past few years. Both auto firms shied away from creating diesel engines, but rising petrol rates forced both of them to fabricate diesel cars.
The Honda Amaze will be catered via a 1.5 litre diesel engine or a 1.2 litre petrol engine respectively. The vehicle’s engine would be coupled to 5 pace Manual Transmission, which would deliver low gearing proportions. This signifies that the Amaze gear case would permit one to speedily shift into higher gears, identical to the other Honda cars in the Indian market.
External styling in the vehicle does not appear as hasty as the Dzire or the Indigo eCS. But, aside from the front chrome fencing, there are not many styling disparities between the Amaze and the Honda Brio Amaze .
Inner space is quite large, with sufficient amount of space for back passengers. As compared to its total length of 3,990 millimeter, the company has tried to create a lot of space in the cabin. This makes the car a perfect choice.