Exclusive editions of Honda Amaze and Honda WR-V come with “enhanced premium package” that includes a handful of updates for both exterior and interior
To capitalize on the high-spirits from the Indian buyers amid the festivities, Honda Cars India has just launched the Honda Amaze and WR-V Exclusive Editions in India. The all-new Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition is on sale at Rs 7.96 lakh while the WR-V Exclusive Edition gets a price tag of Rs 9.7 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).
Speaking about the launches of the Honda Amaze and WR-V Exclusive Editions, Mr Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President and Director of Market & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said,
“During this festive season, our focus has been to enrich our models with a distinct premium package which will appeal to our discerning buyers. The new editions of Amaze and WR-V are based on the top-grade VX trim and aim to offer enhanced looks with added features. Due to the ongoing attractive festive promotions in the market and launch of these new Exclusive Editions, we believe this is the best time to make the much-awaited car purchase.”
These premium models of the Honda Amaze and WR-V are based on the range-topping VX variants of both vehicles and comes with both petrol and diesel engine options. Both of the cars come to offer an “enhanced premium package” that features various cosmetic changes on the outside and updates on the inside.
The new Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition gets attractive chrome mouldings for windows along with chrome inserts on the trunk or near the fog lamps. A step illumination along with front footprint have been added as well, thus improving the premium quotient of the vehicle to a greater level. On the inside, there is a new functional armrest with premium black suede seat covers. An “Exclusive Edition” emblem has been integrated into the new car as well.
Just like the Amaze, the Honda WR-V Exclusive Edition receives attractive chrome accents near the fog lamps. A similar treatment has been made to the front grille of the SUV. New body graphics, step illumination with front footlight, premium black leather seat upholstery and an ‘Exclusive Edition’ emblem are some prominent changes on the model.
Honda has been doing reasonably well in terms of sales this year despite the difficulties facing the Indian automobile industry. The Japanese carmaker just reported 10,836 units sold in the Indian market in October, posting a year-on-year sales growth of 8.3 per cent.