2020 Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol - V MT and V AT Variant Explained

2020 Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol - V MT and V AT Variant Explained

Here, we’re going to closely examine the V MT and V AT variant of the 2020 Honda Amaze BS6 petrol.


2020 Honda Amaze

To see how the car compares with the other cars in the subcompact segment in terms of dimensions and engine specifications, head to our main story:

2020 Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol - Which Variant Is The Best Value For Money₹E, S, V, VX?

What’s the price of Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol V Variant?

The V variant is available with a manual and a CVT automatic transmission. The V MT costs Rs. 7.45 lakh while the V AT costs Rs. 8.35 lakh.

What are the features of the Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol V Variant?

Features of the V variant are as follows:


Rs. 7,44,900 | EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI | MAR. 2020




Front Fog Lamps

SmartKey w/ Push Start/Stop Button

LED Positioning Lamp

Rear Windshield Defogger

Bigger MID Screen w/ Outside Temp & Instant Fuel Consumption Display

R15 Alloy Wheels


Automatic AC


Front & Rear Mud Guard


Driver Seat Back Pocket


Paddle Shift(CVT only)



The V variant costs Rs. 63,000 more than the S variant. For that sum, you get a rear defogger, automatic AC, keyless entry with push-button start/stop, 15-inch alloy wheels and LED parking lights. This variant also gets steering-mounted paddle shifter with the automatic transmission, which you can use to switch between a higher or lower ratio of the CVT automatic transmission.

Honda Amaze

Should you buy the Honda Amaze BS6 Petrol V variant?

The short answer is: yes. The V variant easily justifies the premium over the S or even E variant. This is the most value for money variant in the Amaze petrol lineup with or without the automatic transmission. And therefore, it earns our top recommended variant honour in the Amaze petrol lineup.


Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.


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