The Honda WR-V and Amaze Exclusive Editions come with subtle cosmetic updates on the outside and slightly improved interiors but at no additional cost. These models are based on the top-spec VX trim and hence come plenty well loaded.
Honda had already kick started the slew of special edition festive season launches with the Amaze and CR-V Special Edition models. Now, Honda has dropped two more special edition launches for the festive season and this time, its the WR-V and yet another special edition Amaze. Dubbed the Honda Amaze and WR-V Exclusive Editions, these models have been launched with prices starting from Rs 7.96 lakh and Rs 9.70 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. These models are based on the top-spec fully loaded VX trims and are available with all the powertrain options.
The Amaze and WR-V Exclusive Editions get additional cosmetic enhancements but the interesting bit is that it comes at no additional cost. The Exclusive edition models are priced at par with the standard VX trim for both the cars.
Honda Amaze Exclusive Edition
The Amaze Exclusive edition gets some additional chrome highlights on the exterior over the standard VX trim. These chrome trims have been put around the windows, fog lamps and on the boot lid. There’s also an Exclusive Edition badging on the tail gate. On the inside, the package additionally brings in a front centre armrest, new seat covers and illuminated door sills. The rest of the equipment list remains unchanged from the standard VX trim.
Under the hood, the Amaze Exclusive edition is powered by a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 90hp and 110Nm. There’s also a 1.5L diesel engine that produces 100hp and 200Nm (80hp and 160Nm in diesel-auto). Both the engines can be had with either a manual or a CVT automatic gearbox.
Honda WR-V Exclusive Edition
Just like the Amaze, the WR-V Exclusive Edition also gets some chrome highlights on the exterior which have been put on the grille and around the fog lamps. The WR-V additionally also gets body graphics and a Exclusive Edition logo on the tail gate. On the inside, just as the Amaze, the WR-V gets new seat covers, armrest, and illuminated door sills. The rest of the equipment list is identical to the top-spec VX trim.
Under the hood, the WR-V is powered by the same engines as the Amaze. That means it gets the 90hp and 110Nm, 1.2-litre petrol or the 100hp and 200Nm, 1.5-litre diesel engines. However, unlike the Amaze, the WR-V does not get the option of an automatic gearbox. Both the engines can only be had with a manual gearbox. Given the fact that these enhancements come at no additional cost, it makes the top-spec VX trim for both the cars a little more lucrative.