Japanese car manufacturer Honda has launched the Jazz facelift in India with fresh set of cosmetic and feature upgrades. The premium hatchback is available in two petrol variants – V and VX and three diesel variants namely – S, V and VX. Here below are top five new features in the Honda Jazz facelift –
Honda Jazz has been a popular choice among auto enthusiasts for its distinctive styling element. This time around the ‘V’ and the ‘VX’ variants have been updated with chrome door handles and the top-spec is now offered with a signature rear LED wing light.
The new Jazz offers a 17.7cm Advanced Touchscreen Infotainment with audio, video and navigation system – Digipad 2.0 with Blue Tooth Audio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a rear camera display. The car now gets a front centre armrest, driver side vanity mirror, central lock hand switch and improved NV performance. The petrol CVT and diesel variants are offered with features such as one push start/stop Button with white and red illumination, smart key system and cruise control.
In addition to standard safety features like driver and co-driver SRS airbag system and ABS with EBD, the new Jazz now also offers rear parking sensors and speed sensing door locks.
The 2018 Honda Jazz offers petrol CVT options in the ‘V’ and the ‘VX’ variants. The petrol version is powered by a 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine that generates 90bhp of power and 110Nm of torque. It is also available in a five-speed manual transmission option.
In addition to existing colours such as modern steel metallic, golden brown metallic and white orchid pearl, the new model is now also available in new colour options such as radiant red metallic and lunar silver metallic.