Honda Amaze is a B2-segment sedan. It's a 5-seater sedan, and it rivals other sub-4m sedans like the Tata Tigor, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire and Hyundai Aura. This article will give you a perspective of the new Amaze facelift’s engine specs and mileage.
What Is The Power & Torque Of The New Honda Amaze Facelift?
New Honda Amaze Facelift Engine Specifications
1.2L Normal Petrol
1.5L Turbo Diesel
1.5L Turbo Diesel
90PS @ 6000rpm
100PS @ 3600rpm
80PS @ 3600rpm
110Nm @ 4800rpm
200Nm @ 1750rpm
160Nm @ 1750rpm
TheHonda Amazeis available with a 1.2L normal petrol engine. You can have it with either a 5-speed manual or a CVT type automatic transmission. The power and torque output of this engine are 90PS and 110Nm, respectively.
The Amaze also gets a 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine, which makes 100PS of power and 200Nm of torque with the 5-speed manual transmission. With the automatic, this engine makes 80PS of power and 160Nm of torque.
Is The New Amaze Facelift Underpowered?
The Honda Amaze petrol and diesel manual are adequately powerful for the class. The Amaze petrol’s 110Nm of torque may sound like enough, but it peaks at a fairly high 4800rpm, which means you might have to downshift and rev this engine to extract power out of it.
With the diesel engine and manual transmission, the power and torque output are good, and it’s not underpowered at all. However, with the diesel CVT automatic, the Amaze makes 20% lower power and torque than the manual. So, its torque-to-weight ratio is quite low for the segment. Expect acceptable but not explosive performance from the Amaze diesel automatic.
How Many Cylinders Does The Honda Amaze Have?
Honda Amaze gets a 4-cylinder, 1.2-litre normal petrol and a 4-cylinder, 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine.
What Is The Mileage Of Honda Amaze Petrol?
New Honda Amaze Facelift - Fuel Efficiency
Petrol CVT Automatic
Diesel CVT Automatic
The Honda Amaze petrol claims to deliver a fuel efficiency of 18.6kmpl with the manual and 18.3kmpl with the CVT automatic.
The Honda Amaze facelift with the diesel engine claims to deliver 24.7kmpl with the manual and 21kmpl with the automatic.
Is the Honda Amaze Petrol Good For Long Drives?
The Honda Amaze 1.2L petrol has satisfactory performance for highway driving, but you should be prepared to downshift rev it up to overtake at high speeds. The Honda Amaze diesel facelift has good performance for the highways. With the automatic, though, the new Amaze diesel CVT’s significantly lower power and torque output may hinder the highway performance to an extent.
The Amaze facelift also has a large 420-litre boot. So, packing luggage for road trips should not be a problem. Moreover, the top-spec VX variant of the new Amaze facelift also gets cruise control for relaxed highway driving. Unfortunately, you don’t get this feature with the Amaze automatic.