Honda will launch the facelift version of the Jazz on the 18th of August. The Jazz facelift will get some chrome treatment and beige interiors.
Everyone had predicted that the Jazz facelift will be like the international version of the Jazz, but what the car gets is some chrome treatment - as we can see it gets a chrome lip at the rear - and beige seats. The original tail lamps have been retained. Alloys were available only in the Jazz X variant, but now we predict even other variants will get the alloys (as it can seen in the picture). The car shot, doesn't have the spoiler of the Jazz X.
The front grille is very Brio-like and even the base model (since it misses out on fog lamps) gets alloys. The front bumper even gets a new spoiler, which does make it look sporty. Some of our sources confirm that the Jazz X could come with electrically foldable mirrors.
After achieving success on most of its models in India, Honda had launched its first ever hatchback called the Jazz for the Indian car market. The Jazz is a costliest premium hatchback available in the Indian market and definitely one of the most of the practical ones. The Jazz couldn't achieve the success that the other Honda models have enjoyed. So, will the new facelift version of the Jazz appeal to the masses or will people opt for the Honda Brio which will be a smaller hatchback than the Jazz. Watch out this space for more updates on the facelift version of the Jazz.
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