The updated Jazz would feature three trims in its diesel avatar and two in the petrol…
Honda launched the 2018 model of its highly popular hatchback, the Jazz. You can bag the petrol base variant for 7.35 lakhs while the diesel base trim would set you back by 8.05 lakhs. The new car has the whole of its changes spread across the exterior design as well as the equipment on offer in the inside. The list of safety features has also had a boom in the updated model.
The all new signature rear LED wing lamps, chrome door handles, and a choice of 2 new paint schemes sum up the ,changes on the outside while the interiors get a large 17.7 cm touchscreen infotainment system that offers a host of connectivity options including the likes of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and serves the purpose of a display screen for the rear parking camera as well, One push start/stop switch, cruise control, Honda smart key, a cozy armrest for the front seat occupants, central lock hand switch, driver-side vanity mirror, improved NV levels etc.
The safety of the new Jazz also seems to have had a boost with those rear parking sensors, speed sensing auto door locks, on offer, and needless to say the presence of dual airbags, ABS and EBD on all the variants.
The new Jazz is being offered in 2 trims in petrol and three in diesel. The petrol model also gets the convenience of a CVT automatic transmission. The new Jazz, with its plush beige interiors gets two new paint schemes namely Radiant Red Metallic, and Lunar Silver Metallic, thus taking the count of paint schemes to 5.
Introducing the #NewJazz 2018 with Cruise Control, Digipad 2.0, Rear LED wing lights, CVT with paddle shift. It’s time to see #SexyInANewLight
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— Honda Car India (@HondaCarIndia) July 19, 2018