Used Honda Amaze For Sale
Where can I buy a used Honda Amaze for sale near me?
Search our Surf4cars website by province, town, suburb as well as price-bracket and very quickly a list of dealerships within your area, that are in good supply of a second-hand Honda Amaze, will appear. And how much is a Honda Amaze? Well that obviously depends on the vehicle trim, year, mileage and condition. From a random selection of pre-owned Honda Amaze cars for sale on our website, a 2018 second-hand Honda Amaze, with no more than 130 000km on the clock, will cost R109 700, while a more recent 2020 pre-owned Honda Amaze, with low-mileage, comes in at R189 900. Either or, Surf4cars provides convenience and speedy search results – a preowned Honda Amaze is just one, two or three clicks away.
Foregoing the second-hand route is a sensible choice, a pre-owned Honda Amaze offers just as many perks as a brand new one: fuel-efficient, low-running costs and easy-to-live with drivability. With most derivatives listed on our Surf4cars website, the Honda Amaze is highly sought-after – and still with the balance of their factory warranty and service plan. First launched in 2012, the Honda Amaze has received a number of updates – facelift model variants circulating the used car market that feature ABS/EBD, air-conditioning and all-round electric windows. The Honda badge represents trust and reliability – integrity you can expect in a mint-condition pre-owned Honda Amaze. Available in different drivetrain configurations – a 66kw, 1.2l, 4-cylinder I-VTEC engine mated to either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT transmission. With a kerb-weight of less than one-thousand kilograms and 110nm of torque – the Honda Amaze power-to-weight ratio makes it easy to maneuver in-and-out of traffic.
When you search for a second hand Honda Amaze for sale – the internet provides some excellent insight into the Honda Amaze’s growth and development: whether it is a 2017, 2018 or 2019 second-hand Honda Amaze. While the exterior designs of these different models certainly highlight its styling adaptation, the most prominent changes the Honda Amaze has undergone has been to the interior cabin.
Which eight-years ago was heavily slated for being outright depressing and boring - moreover the number one reason car-buyers in South Africa skipped-over the Honda Amaze. Therefore, Honda had to make some drastic changes to improve the overall quality and feel of the cabin.