Cars India has launched its premium
hatchback new Honda Jazz with refreshed looks, premium styling, a new flagship
grade Jazz ZX along with segment leading features. The prices of the new Jazz
starts at Rs 7.50 lakh and goes up all the way to Rs 9.74 lakh (ex showroom
Delhi prices of New Honda Jazz are as below:
terms of exterior design, the 2020 new Honda Jazz comes with a new Chrome accentuated High Gloss Black Grill,
Advanced LED package of New LED Headlamp (Inline Shell) with DRL, New LED Fog
lamps, Signature Rear LED Wing Light and Newly-designed front and rear bumpers.
most striking feature of the New Jazz is the newly introduced Segment Exclusive
‘One Touch Electric Sunroof’ which will set a new trend among premium
hatchbacks. Gaku Nakanishi, President
& CEO, Honda Cars India Ltd., said the launch of the new Jazz is the fourth
launch of the company in the last two months after resumption of operations in
Unlock phase. He said the company is also ramping up production at its plant.
interiors of the new 2020 Jazz offer a super spacious, premium &
comfortable cabin. There is now a new Soft
Touchpad Dashboard, Cruise Control, Auto AC with Touchscreen Control Panel,
Multi Information Combimeter with LCD display and ECO AssistAmbient Rings,
Steering mounted audio, telephony and voice controls, One Push Start/Stop
Button with white and red illumination and Honda Smart Key System with Keyless
remote. The new Jazz also offers a highly convenient and massive 354L of cargo
space, which is again the segment best.
New Jazz will be powered by a BS-6
compliant 1.2L i-VTEC petrol engine in both Manual and 7 speed CVT
(Continuously Variable Transmission) variants. The engine delivers a maximum
power of 90PS@6000 rpm and a torque of 110 Nm@4800 rpm. It has been mated with
Honda’s 5-speed Manual transmission delivering a fuel efficiency of 16.6 km/L
as per test data. The automatic variant of the New Jazz comes with Honda’s
advanced CVT technology from Earth Dreams Technology Series and offers a fuel
economy of 17.1 km/L.
New Jazz is the only car in its segment which is equipped with race inspired
steering wheel mounted paddle shifters in CVT variants to control shifts for a
more spirited driving experience. The CVT variants of the Jazz are the most
popular variants and accounted for almost 70% of total Jazz sales in the market
to the aesthetics and convenience of the new Jazz is the DIGIPAD 2.0 - an
infotainment system that offers seamless and smart connectivity. The 7 inches advanced touchscreen audio, video and
navigation system comes with seamless smartphone connectivity through Apple
CarPlay, Android Auto, newly introduced Weblink and a host of advanced
functionality like Voice Command, Messages, Bluetooth Handsfree Telephony &
Audio and Wireless Infrared Remote.
New Jazz is equipped with a range of Honda’s active and passive safety
technologies, which are offered as standard equipment across all variants. It
features Honda’s own Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body which
enhances self-protection while mitigating damage to other vehicles in the event
of a collision. Safety features include Standard Dual Front SRS Airbags, ABS
with EBD, Multi-View Rear Camera with Guidelines, Rear parking Sensor, Driver
Side Window One touch up/down operation with pinch guard, Impact Mitigating
Front Head Rests, Immobilizer anti – theft system, Pedestrian Injury mitigation
technology amongst others.
the addition of ZX grade, the New Jazz will now be available in 3 grades - V,
VX and ZX in Petrol in both Manual and CVT variants. The New Jazz will be
available with a choice of 5 colour options – Radiant Red Metallic, Lunar
Silver Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic and Golden Brown
New Honda Jazz comes with 3 years Unlimited Kilometres warranty as standard.
Additionally, customers can opt for Extended Warranty for additional two years
Unlimited / Limited kilometres.
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