MUMBAI – Honda is a latecomer to the diesel market in India, but the auto maker hopes to catch up quickly with its Amaze compact sedan. Sales of the Amaze, based on the Brio hatchback, launch in April. The car will compete in price and performance against Maruti Suzuki’s Swift Dzire, Tata’s Indigo CS, General Motors India’s Chevrolet Sail CS and Mahindra & Mahindra’s Verito CS. The diesel employs the high-efficiency Earth Dreams technology featured in ...
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