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Published on: 2016-07-29 13:19:06     1701 times read    0  Comments

Syakar Trading, the authorised distributor for Honda cars in Nepal recently introduced a new compact sedan -- Honda Amaze -- with bold new exterior styling, one-class above premium interiors and several new-age features. The new Amaze now comes with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).  It makes the new Honda four-wheeler the first petrol car in its class to incorporate advanced CVT technology. 

With a premium look, the new Honda Amaze is loaded with new and advanced features like integrated Bluetooth audio system with hands-free telephone (HFT) and mobile phone audio streaming gives an engaging ride. The automatic air conditioner with a neat knob-less design and digital display offers a very premium feel to the interior. For a uniform premium look inside the car, it has big screen digital display with digital AC controls. The driver can monitor all important trip and vehicle information including driving range, instantaneous and average fuel efficiency, ambient temperature and time from the Multi Information Display (MID). Starting from Rs 28, 00,000 Honda Amaze is available in seven colours. 

Saurabh Jyoti, Chairman of Syakar Trading who is an avid automobile lover manages some time for NewBiz for a photoshoot with the new Honda Amaze.

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