Accessories on offer for The All-New Second-Gen Honda Amaze

Honda has very carefully priced the much-awaited second-gen 2018 Amaze. In a bid to undercut the Dzire on the price chart, the new Amaze will be offered at a starting price of Rs 5.59 lakh. The premium variant, however, may cost up to Rs 8.99 lakh. Honda also unveiled a slew of accessories for the 2018 Honda Amaze.

Honda Amaze Front

But it would be fair for now to say that the Amaze despite the price-tag advantage it holds over its immediate rival the Suzuki Dzire, falls short when compared to the customization options available on its arch-rival, the Dzire. Reportedly, Maruti Suzuki provides an online configurator for buyers to opt for an array of customization which includes subwoofers, amplifiers, an infotainment system, and care-kits. Let's, for now, delve deep into the accessories that Honda has put on offer for the new Amaze:

Honda Amaze Exterior

1. As part of the utility package, Honda offers a range of accessories to ensure the safety of delicate part prone to easy wear and tear. The accessories include:

  • Body Side Molding
  • Door Handle protector
  • Front Rear bumper protector

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2. Just to add the X-factor to your all new Amaze, the automaker offers chrome elements bundled together as the Chrome Package. It includes:

  • Chrome Door linings that will run across the window line
  • Fog Lamp Garnish comprising of an L-shaped element that is placed at the lower end of the
  • Fog lamp housing: Chrome garnish for the tail lamps that runs along their upper surface
  • Trunk Garnish that adds the awe element to the erstwhile dull and heavy metal boot.


Honda Amaze Rear

Trunk Garnish deserves a special mention for rendering a completely new rear-Avatar to the Honda Amaze. Honda is offering accessories for the entire range and is expected to offer appealing add-ons such as fog lamps, front and rear mudguards, chrome door handles, LED positioning lamps, touchscreen infotainment system in sync with its on-road rivals