The Honda Amaze Privilege Edition variant offers enhanced value
The limited edition Privilege variant of the Amaze comes with an advanced infotainment system, added safety features and a few tweaks in order to offer the best in class features to customers in the sub-four metre compact sedan segment.
The Privilege Edition is based on the S(O) MT variant of the Amaze which means that features such as dual airbags, ABS (in Diesel variant), power adjustable ORVMs, steering mounted controls, driver seat height adjuster, digital AC controls and premium dual tone interiors are standard fitments. Over and above that, the Privilege edition gets new embossed seat covers, rear parking sensors and a new centre armrest.
The compact sedan also gets the Honda Digipad advanced infotainment system that offers a plethora of features which include inbuilt satellite linked 3D navigation, 15 GB internal media memory, Mirror Link support for smartphone connectivity, Internet access via an optional Wi-Fi receiver, voice commands for media, Bluetooth connectivity, radio, MP3/WAV, iPod/iPhone compatible, two USB slots, two Micro SD card slots and an HDMI-IN port.
The Honda Amaze Privilege Edition has been priced rather competitively as it costs just `10,000 more than the S(O) MT version. The ex-showroom pricing for the petrol variant is `6,48,888 and `7,73,631 for the diesel.