The car costs ₹10,000 more than the S(O) MT variant and comes fitted with more equipment.

The limited ‘Privilege Edition’ comes with a new infotainment system, minor changes to the exterior changes, and more safety tech.

The car is based on the Amaze S(O) manual trim and the lower-end variant is fitted with dual airbags, ABS (in the diesel trim), power-adjustable ORVMs, steering-mounted controls, driver seat height adjust, digital AC controls and dual-tone interiors. There’s a Digipad, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with satellite-linked 3D navigation, 1.5GB of internal storage, MirrorLink support, voice commands, Bluetooth, USB slots, Micro SD card slots for maps and media and an HDMI-IN port.

The car comes with new body graphics and Privilege Edition emblems on the outside. There are beige seat covers and a centre armrest for the driver on the inside. Honda has also added rear parking sensors to this version.

There are no changes to the engines and the petrol version is priced at ₹6.49 lakh, while the diesel model retails at ₹7.74 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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