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  • Q. I am 6ft 1inch tall and planning a compact sedan. I am slightly inclined towards Amaze and Aura. I'll be driving and rarely shifting to the rear seats. Which of the two would be a better suited for me? Prefered Fuel type - Petrol, Not looking for a daily commuter but more of a weekend/outstation ride so can do with Manual aswell, but no compromise on comfortable smooth ride and mileage.

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    Krishnateja
    Krishnateja | 6 months ago

    Automatic Trim: Amaze > Aura Looks: Personal: Amaze > AuraManual: Turbo charged Aura > AmazeMileage: Aura > AmazeFeatures: Aura > AmazeBuild: Amaze > AuraComfort: I haven't driven Aura but Amaze feels comfortable and spacious.If you can wait go for Facelift version of Amaze which is yet to come next year, and by then Aura will mature a bit to have a better opinion.

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    Gaurav
    Gaurav | 4 months ago

    Go for aura. We get mileage of over 20 on highways. Very comfortable car even for rear passengers. Hyundai after sales service is hassle free as compared to Honda..

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    Jo
    Jo | 9 months ago

    Aura yet to prove..Amaze cvt or manual will be my choice..Rear seat will be a problem not to you but for who is driving the car.

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Honda Amaze mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 21 Kmpl 18 Kmpl
Diesel Manual 24.7 Kmpl 22 Kmpl
Petrol Automatic 18.3 Kmpl 12 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 18.6 Kmpl 15 Kmpl

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