The new Honda Jazz facelift has been revealed ahead of its official unveiling at the upcoming Frankfurt motor show. Prior to this, the vehicle was last unveiled in Japan as the 2018 Honda Fit. The new model gets a host of cosmetic and feature upgrades. The existing Honda Jazz was introduced in 2015 in India, hence it is highly unlikely that the new model will be launched here.
The new Honda Jazz will get LED headlamps, lowered grille with a thinner front splitter, diffuser on the rear bumper and blackened 16-inch alloy-wheels. The vehicle also gets side sill skirts and this time around, it is offered in a new skyride blue colour. As for the interiors the new Jazz gets a 7-inch infotainment system, leather upholstery, leather wrapping on the steering wheel and gear knob with contrast stitching.
In terms of features, it gets cruise control, heated seats and automatic headlights. Additionally, for safety it gets city-brake active safety system as standard along with forward collision warning, lane departure warning, rear view camera and traffic sign recognition on selected variants.