Having sold more than 2.4 lakh units since its launch in 2013, the Honda Amaze has clearly been a successful product in the Indian market. And apart from frugality and chrome, this market can never get enough of special editions. So it makes all the sense for Honda to have one for the Amaze as well — it’s called Privilege Edition.
At Rs 10,000 over the respective (petrol/diesel) S(O) MT, the Honda Amaze Privilege Edition offers a new infotainment system (DIGIPAD, in Honda speak), special edition beige seat covers, centre armrest for the driver, reverse parking sensors, body graphics, and — without which any special edition is incomplete — ‘Privilege Edition’ emblem.
The 17.7 cm DIGIPAD infotainment system comes with Mirror Link support, 1.5 GB internal memory, and a plethora of connectivity options: USB, HDMI, Micro SD, Bluetooth, and even Internet, with the optional Wi-Fi receiver. There’s also a satellite-linked 3D navigation and an ability to use the voice assistant on smartphones.
Honda India’s Senior VP (Marketing and Sales), Jnaneswar Sen said, “Our endeavor has always been to offer best in class features to our customers & we are happy to offer the Privilege Edition of the Honda Amaze with Digipad for advanced infotainment. The new edition with its enhanced value is a compelling offer for our Amaze customers and is available as limited edition.”
The Honda Amaze Privilege Edition is priced at Rs 648,888 for the petrol engined variant, and Rs 773,631 for the diesel. The S(O) MT trim, on which it’s based, gets standard features like dual airbags, power adjustable ORVMs, multi-function steering wheel, height adjustable driver’s seat, digital AC controls, ABS (on the diesel), etc.