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  1. Statistics: Source and destination: Bangalore to Rajasthan Total distance: 5500kms Days: 15(26th September’14 – 11th October’14). Mode of travel: Honda Amaze(diesel 2014 model). No of people: 2 people for start and end of vacation, joined by 2 other people in Mumbai so max capacity at some points of time 4. Layout of the plan:[Expected] 26th September Bangalore to Hubli 27th September Hubli to Mumbai 28th September Mumbai to Udaipur 29th September Stay in Udaipur 30th September stay in Udaipur 1st October Udaipur to Jodhpur 2nd October Jodhpur to Jaisalmer city 3rd October Jaisalmer sand dunes desert camp 4thOctober Jaisalmer to Bikaner 5thOctober Bikaner to Jaipur 6th October Jaipur 7th October Jaipur 8th October Jaipur to Ranthambhore 9th October – Still to decide 10th October – Still to decide 11th October- to Udaipur ->Mumbai->Bangalore, back home. Lets find out in the blog how did it actually materialize.
  2. Honda's obsession with service

    Honda is a huge brand but still it realises that customers won’t buy their products unless they offer pleasing after sales services along with their aggressive marketing strategies. It understands that every market has different set of needs and expectations for their vehicle so Honda has intelligently modified each of its models to the requirements of Indian youth; this adoption helps tap the potential clientage. Honda is a global brand which understands that customers won’t take the pain to chase a service centre all across the city so it has created a whole web consisting of huge number of service centres all across the country, and multiple centres in huge metropolis like Delhi, which alone has more 6 service centres alone. It's has the widest and deepest service network. Honda is highly committed to its work employing trained service professionals. Honda follows a policy of reasonable comfort, good after sales service which in turns also fives way to good resale value, hence winning hearts all over the country. A basic difference can be seen when you call a Honda service centre and then a Maruti service centre. Try that, and see the difference for yourself.
  3. Honda Amaze humiliates its rivals

    Hyundai i20 v/s Honda Amaze: Honda Amaze comes with all the essential comfort features like power windows, power steering, music system, central locking, and a powerful AC. The dashboard again has a striking resemblance to its sibling in Brio with the same central console containing all the essential controls. The look of the steel arches from the side, gives Amaze a sporty look. The back is proportionate to the front part of the car differentiating it from the other compact sedans. The chrome panels on the back, gives the car the occasional premium touch. The fluidic design gives the eye-catching effect to the i20. The multi reflector front fog lamps, built in the lower section of the bumper and the 8 spoke alloy wheels give the car a very sporty look. The flush mounted headlamps near the front grille give a very clear vision for a better driving comfort. Like all hatchbacks, Hyundai gives the extra bit of boot space with the i20 too. Looking inside the bonnet of Amaze, the power does not betray Honda’s name with the car reaching 100 km/hr in a mere 13 seconds. Honda Amaze boasts of 25.8 kmpl for the diesel variant, again the best in class, hence balancing the two ends of the balance very well. The i-Vtec engine is pitched as the most powerful and fuel efficient engine in the segment, leaving its competitors miles behind. Hyundai i20’s engine, on paper is one of the finest hatchback engines on paper, with great power and a decent mileage. But when compared to the compact sedan, Honda Amaze, which is built on the platform of a hatchback itself, the frugal engine of i20, seems not so economical. Here also, the i-VTEC engine of Amaze, leaves the i20, far behind. Renault Duster v/s Honda Amaze: The exteriors of the both the cars are good, Duster gives you the feel of a sporty off-roader. Honda as always goes with the premium classy look. The exteriors would always command for a look from the people if you sit in any of the cars, as they are both extremely stylish and good looking cars. When we take a look at the interiors, we are actually disappointed watching the Duster losing the battle to Amaze. The black touch to the interiors gives a sporty look to the car, but the plastic is not very impressive. While on the other side, Amaze is all through a premium looking car, also inside out. Honda stands firm on the premium brand image it owns and maintains and gains a brownie point against Duster here. The torque produced by the 85bhp Duster is good and its actually enough at least for city driving. The problem with automobile companies all over the world has been, ‘with great power, comes lower fuel economy’. But surprisingly, both the cars we are talking about seem to have balanced the two ends very well. Which car would you choose and why?