The updates are purely cosmetic and no changes have been made to the powerplants on the Honda Amaze and Brio. The prices too also continue to be the same.

Honda Amaze Long Term Handling Review
Additions include new combi-meter, double horn, ORVMs & colour shade

Honda Cars India has silently made updates to the Amaze compact sedan and Brio hatchback adding and deleting features across different variants on both the models. With no changes have been made to the powertrain on either of the models, the updates are more or less aesthetic and extend to the exterior as well as the cabin. Honda has not made any changes to the prices on both the models.

Starting with the Honda Amaze compact sedan, the popular model for the company has been updated with a new Golden Brown shade that replaces the Crystal Black Pearl shade on the colour palette. The Amaze also gets redesigned ORVMs that are similar to the ones seen on the City. On the inside, Amaze is updated with a new combi-meter with white illumination, blue gradiation and a white pointer on the EX, S and VX (available in manual and automatic) variants. The S (available in MT and AT) trim gets a double horn, while the base E trim loses rear grab rails, door centre sash tape and tachometer.

The Honda Brio has been updated with a new Majestic Blue shade that replaces the Energetic Blue shade on the palette. The City-like ORVMs also make an appearance on the Brio. On the inside, the EX and S trims get the new combi-meter like that on the Amaze, while the S variant in particular gets the double horn as well. Coming to deletion of features, the EX trim loses out on the centre sash tape, while the S trim loses the front and rear mud flaps as well as the assistant side seat back pocket. The base E variant loses the tachometer on the Brio.

Both the models continue with the same mechanicals featuring the 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine producing 88 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque, paired to a 5-speed manual and automatic transmission. The Amaze also comes with the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine that produces 100 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque, paired to only a 5-speed manual gearbox. Prices for the Brio currently start at Rs. 4 lakhs for the base E trim, while the base variant of the Amaze is priced at Rs. 5 lakhs (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).

Honda Brio
Deletions include door sash tape, mud flaps & assistant side back pocket,

Source – Team-BHP