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Honda Amaze Gets Modulo Accessories

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Honda Amaze Modulo exterior

Honda Amaze has been launched in Thailand recently. Honda Thailand has already launched amazing sporty accessories for this entry level sedan called the Modulo Enhancements. These upgrades give a very sporty feel to both the exterior as well as the interior of the Honda Amaze. These accessories are available at Honda showrooms.

For the exterior, the car gets a sporty body kit. At the front, there is a new grill and a bigger sportier bumper. Fog lamps have also been added. Looking from the profile we observe sporty side skirts and door visors. At the rear, the boot gets a ‘ducktail’ boot lid spoiler, bigger extended bumper and exhaust end pipe finished in chrome.

The interior gets similar sporty make over as well. The centre of dash has been finished in carbon fibre like plastic which holds the satellite navigation and reverse camera screen. The gear knob is more sporty with special stitching and the car gets metal accelerator, brake and clutch pedals. The doors have LED backlit metal sills with ‘Amaze’ engraved in it.

So these Modulo Enhancements give this car a very desirable look and feel. There is no news whether we will get these add-ons here in India when the car is launched. Sporty versions of cars have never had much sales in India so manufacturers tend to leave such options out for India to save on costs. But Toyota recently launched such sporty versions of their Etios and Liva cars. So we may just get similar treatment from Honda!

Honda Amaze Modulo Interior

Honda Amaze Modulo door

Honda Amaze Modulo spoiler

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  • Arjun

    looks mighty………. it will definitely hit the market of entry level diesel sedan models…..
    hope Honda India gives that 1.5lt. diesel engine to my all time favorite Honda City……….
    if Honda does so it will kick the ass out of fludic verna….

  • Parvaiz Jalal

    Took the test drive……. fantastic

  • sathisha

    i took test drive last week it is very good vehicle in the segment but when i go through the reviews see comments saying Diesel engine makes noise but i did not feel that.

  • ralph lauren femme

    Je ne peux pas r

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