2021 Honda Amaze received a midlife update for the first time since its launch in 2018, and the updated model comes with several design changes and some new and revised features. The revamped 2021 Honda Amaze continues to be offered in three variants: E, S and VX, and with the exception of the base variants, all three models have an automatic CVT option with a petrol engine, while diesel engine is just limited to the high-end models. Here’s how it compares to its competitors Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Aura and Tata Tigor in terms of pricing.
|Petrol Models||Honda Amaze||Maruti Suzuki Dzire||Hyundai Aura||Tata Tigor|
|Prices||₹ 6.32 lakh – ₹ 9.05 lakh||₹ 5.94 lakh – ₹ 9.03 lakh||₹ 6.00 lakh – ₹ 8.22 lakh / Turbo- ₹ 8.73 lakh||₹ 5.65 lakh – ₹ 7.82 lakh|
2021 Honda Amaze is clearly the most expensive model of the group and is Rs.67,000 more expensive than the base petrol model of the Tata Tigor, the least expensive compact sedan in India. Even the top automatic variant on the Amaze is the most expensive here, around Rs.2,000 rupees more than the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Rs.83,000 more expensive than the Hyundai Aura, and well priced at Rs,1.23 lakh more than the Tata Tigor. But then the Honda Amaze gets a superior CVT automatic transmission, and the other three get AMT gearboxes.
|Diesel Models||Honda Amaze||Hyundai Aura|
|Prices||₹ 8.67 lakh – ₹ 10.25 lakh||₹ 7.91 lakh – ₹ 9.36 lakh|
Now the Hyundai Aura is the only car that rivals the Honda Amaze in the diesel market, comfortably cutting it Rs.76,000 on the base variant, while the price difference goes up to Rs.94,000 on the top end of the spectrum variables. Now the 2021 Honda Amaze diesel is offered with an automatic CVT gearbox, as well as in the top variant which is priced at Rs.11.15 lakh, but the Hyundai Aura diesel comes with a manual transmission as standard.