First launched in 2013, Honda sold more than 2.5 lakh units of the Amaze and now we finally have the second generation of the car making its way to the market. The new Amaze comes with a host of new features and is longer, wider than its predecessor. It's based on an all-new platform and the wheelbase too has gone up. It comes with the same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines but with changes made to the power output. The company is also providing customers with a CVT option on both the petrol and diesel models which is great. While on paper all this looks very promising, we finally got a chance to drive the car. So, here's what we think about the new generation of the Honda Amaze.