The company has introduced special editions of the Amaze Compact Sedan, City Sedan and WR-V compact crossover. The City will wear a ‘20th Anniversary Edition’ emblem (to commemorate its 20th anniversary in India), while the Amaze and the WR-V will sport ‘Pride Edition’ and ‘Edge Edition’ name tags, respectively.
Honda City 20th Anniversary Edition
It comes with chrome garnish on the side and centre of the front bumper, and on the lower edge of the doors and boot lid. You also get a one-month free subscription to its Connect app. This version is the top-spec ZX variant and costs ₹13.75 lakh for the petrol-CVT variant and ₹13.82 lakh for the diesel-manual car.
Honda Amaze Pride Edition
This version gets door protectors on the outside. You also get the DIGIPAD infotainment system from the City, which is a 7.0-inch touchscreen system with navigation. Additionally, there are leather seat covers with ‘Pride Edition’ embedded on them, a front centre armrest and a new steering wheel cover. This version also comes with parking sensors and is based on the Amaze S(O) variant. It costs ₹6.30 lakh for the petrol variant, and ₹7.83 lakh for the diesel.
Honda WR-V Edge Edition
This version comes with the same 16-inch alloy wheels but with a gunmetal finish, a rear camera with a display on the inside rear-view mirror, rear parking sensors and the Honda Connect app with a one-month free subscription. The base S version of the WR-V Edge Edition is available at ₹8.01 lakh for the petrol and ₹9.05 lakh for the diesel.
(All prices ex-showroom, Delhi).