Honda Jazz 2020 gets design upgrades on the outside even as it seeks to build on its reputation of having a versatile and spacious cabin.
Jazz is now powered by a BS 6-compliant 1.2-litre i-VTEC Petrol engine and is offered in both manual as well as CVT options.
Honda Jazz 2020 has been officially launched in the country on Wednesday at a starting price of ₹7.49 lakh. The updated premium hatchback from Honda is available in three trims - V, VX and ZX, and two transmission options.
It starts from ₹7.49 lakh for the V MT variant and extends all the way up to ₹9.73 lakh for ZX CVT variant.
This is the third big-ticket launch from the Japanese car maker in recent times after the launch of the fifth-generation Honda City and the facelift WR-V.
Bookings had already been opened for the new Jazz for a token amount of ₹21,000 and the car now offers several design upgrades on the outside which include a new high-gloss black grille featuring chrome accents, new LED head lights with DRLs, refreshed LED fog lamps, a signature rear LED wing light and redesigned bumpers.
Renowned for being a practical car with a whole lot of space on the inside, Jazz 2020 builds on this reputation and the cabin offers a number of comfort and convenience options. It boasts of a new soft touchpad dashboard, cruise control, Auto AC with touchscreen control panel, Multi Information Combimeter with LCD display and ECO ASSIST ambient rings, steering-mounted controls, engine start/stop button and there is 354 litres of cargo space available.
Under the hood of the new Jazz is the BS 6-compliant 1.2-litre i-VTEC Petrol engine which is made available in both manual as well as CVT options. This BS 6-compliant engine develops 89 bhp of power against 110 Nm of peak torque output.
The company says that it will soon start deliveries of the new Jazz from HCIL dealer network across the country. “It gives us immense joy to launch the refreshed Jazz. Besides giving the Honda Jazz a stylish and sportier makeover, the introduction of segment-exclusive sunroof will add a new dimension to the car and make it stand out in the segment. We are confident that it will be well-appreciated by our customers," said Mr. Gaku Nakanishi, President & CEO, Honda Cars India.
Jazz 2020 once again locks horns against the likes of Maruti Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20.
Here's the detailed variant-wise price list of the new refreshed Jazz: