On August 18 Honda launched the facelifted Jazz in three variants with prices starting at Rs. 5.5 lakh. Here we take a closer look at what each variant offers us and what are the prices across cities.

There are some minor tweaks that Honda has made in the refreshed Jazz, which include re-designed, raked up headlamps, a chrome grille up front, and a thick chrome garnish at the rear. The front bumper has been re-designed giving the car a fresher look and it improves the car’s aerodynamics. The rear bumper too gets two sporty mesh slits giving the car a sporty look.

The Jazz is powered by a 1.2-litre i-vtec petrol engine. The petrol motor produces 89 bhp of max power and 110 Nm of max torque. ARAI specified mileage of the Jazz is 16.7 kmpl.

Let’s look at what each variant offers.

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Base petrol (Jazz Standard)

The base variant of the new Jazz gets features like a tiltable steering column, keyless entry with answer back, power door locks, power door mirrors (electrically adjustable), power windows(Front & Rear), front power window with auto up & down (Driver side), dual glove box, instrument panel pockets,  front and rear console pockets, front and rear door lining pockets. To see our video review of the Jazz click here

Further, the Jazz base variant is loaded with driver and passenger vanity mirror, average fuel consumption display, instant fuel consumption display, distance to empty range, headlight height adjuster, front seat belt height adjuster, front & rear seat adjustable headrest, key alarm, headlight alarm, foot rest, accessory socket and coat hanger.

The Jazz standard also comes with integrated audio with AM/Fm, CD, MP3, aux in port and USB port, steering mounted audio control, front & rear speakers, auto volume by speed, magic seats, rear seat (60:40) split and seat back pocket (passenger side). Read more about the Jazz face-lift here

With regard to safety, the Jazz Standard is equipped with dual front SRS airbags, ABS with brake assist, EBD(electronic brake force distribution), ECU immobilizer, front seatbelt pretentioner with load limiter, driver seat belt reminder, driver side auto pinch guard, rear windshield defogger, rear wiper, full size spare tyre and high mount stop lamp.

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Mid variant petrol (Jazz Select)

The mid trim variants of the new Jazz get all the features that the base model and additional features like reclining rear seat, rear parcel tray and alloy wheels.

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Top end petrol (Jazz X)

The top-end variants of the new Jazz get all the bells and whistles. The top trim variants gets all the features of base and mid variants plus sporty 5-spoke alloy wheels, front fog lamps, driver seat height adjust and power door mirror auto retract.

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17 replies

  1. Profile photo of journeyman
    journeyman answers:

    Base model is a lot better than i20,swift and its classes,i say its very awesome to have V-TEC and ABS below 7 lakhs and more spacious inside when compared to rivals,specially the polo.

  2. Profile photo of Vikash Agarwal
    Vikash Agarwal answers:

    very soon the subsid on diesel will be abolished, let see what people buy after that.

  3. Profile photo of Aravind Anbu
    Aravind Anbu answers:

    @Narayanan Alagiasingam Base variant also comes with airbags and ABS :)

  4. Profile photo of Danny Varghese
    Danny Varghese answers:

    Awesome! Good work by Honda.

  5. Profile photo of Bipin Melvin
    Bipin Melvin answers:

    I don’t see a difference! The pricing are the same for all 3 variants.

  6. Profile photo of Danny Varghese
    Danny Varghese answers:

    oops. i missed that in the excitement. Since Goa is not mentioned and i would always get the highest variant i didnt bother 😉

  7. Babychen Mathew answers:

    Its changed now :) Thanks for catching it!

  8. Profile photo of Andrea Gerard Gonsalves
    Andrea Gerard Gonsalves answers:

    Very good wok by Honda…..goin to give Swift a tuf fight.

  9. Profile photo of Aahnik Purshottam Nanda Choudhury
    Aahnik Purshottam Nanda Choudhury answers:

    When You facelift…You really don’t lift the face…You lift the obligations of the old one..But Honda is cooking fish in same oil…..

    and it’s still..not yet going to be the completion…i don’t know,, it’s my personal opinion…Something doesn’t feels right with this Car…

  10. Profile photo of Nishant Verma
    Nishant Verma answers:

    hate honda for being so expensive, would prefer i20 instead of jazz.

  11. Profile photo of Ajith Prasad Edassery
    Ajith Prasad Edassery answers:

    Looks like a very attractive proposition :)

  12. Profile photo of Alok Bijur
    Alok Bijur answers:

    yaar.. how has bombay ever wronged any car manufacturer? why are all cars that much more expensive in mumbai?

  13. Profile photo of Andrea Gerard Gonsalves
    Andrea Gerard Gonsalves answers:

    In bangalore the RTO charges double than tat of mumbai…

  14. Profile photo of Sharad Bailur
    Sharad Bailur answers:

    Good car. But I will not even look at it till they come out with an automatic transmission version.

  15. Profile photo of Niranjan Raju
    Niranjan Raju answers:

    It truly is. And the new one has some decent facelift like chrome grill which almost gives that Civic look from front :). Interiors are swanky and the best part, USB supported ICE :)

  16. Profile photo of Hrishi Acharya
    Hrishi Acharya answers:

    I will go for JAZZ X…..

  17. Profile photo of Pratyush Kumar Nayak
    Pratyush Kumar Nayak answers:

    it;s one of my fav car.

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