For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized Honda dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Both the cars are good in their forte. The Honda Amaze scores well in most departments: - a punchy diesel motor, sedan-like comfort, and a well-loaded practical cabin. The weak link has to be its petrol engine, which is extremely refined and just about acceptable for city commutes but not for spirited driving. The 2021 Amaze continues to get a dual-tone layout for its interior which makes the cabin feel airier, spacious, and fresh. The build quality and fit-finish of the interior are impressive as well, and everything including the center console and equipment such as the front AC vents and glovebox is well-integrated. On the other hand, the new Baleno is based on the same Heartect platform as the old car and as a result, in terms of size it hasn't changed much. Wheelbase and width are exactly the same and in terms of length and height, it is slightly smaller. But what has gone up is weight. As compared to the old car the new Baleno is up to 65kg heavier. According to Maruti, 20 percent of the weight gain is because of the new Dual Jet motor and the rest of it is down to the thicker body panels. Whether that has lent any improvement in terms of safety is something that we will know only after it goes through a crash test. the Baleno is a value-for-money family hatchback that’s practical, well-equipped, efficient, and easy to drive. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
The mileage of Honda Amaze ranges from 18.6 Kmpl to 24.7 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Amaze Petrol Manual is 18.6 Kmpl and for the Amaze Diesel Manual is 24.7 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Amaze Petrol is 18.6 Kmpl and for the Amaze Diesel is 24.7 Kmpl.