Facelifted 2020 Honda Jazz CVT top-end trim in a walkaround video

Honda recently launched the updated BS6 compliant version of their premium hatchback Jazz in the market. It has been in the market for quite some time and the car competes with the likes of Maruti Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20, Tata Altroz in the segment. It recently received some changes as part of the BS6 transition and here we have video that shows how the Jazz looks inside out and what exactly has been revised in the BS6 version.

The video has been uploaded by AutoTrend TV on their youtube channel. The video starts by discussing the front where major changes are done. The front gtille on the premium hatchback has been revised and it now gets gloss black elements with chrome border lines. The lower grille gets mesh design. The headlight retain the same old shape but are now all LED units. The turn indicators and the LED DRLs are integrated in the headlamp cluster. The fog lamps are also LED and the design of the bumper has also been slightly revised.

On the side profile, everything remains the same and gets grey coloured 15 inch alloy wheels in the top end trim. Overall shape of the car remains the same as before. Moving to the rear, it now gets LED elements in the tail lamps which have not changed in terms of design. The rear bumper design has been updated and the rear parking camera and sensors can also be seen.

Moving inside, the cabin largely remains the same. It gets a leather wrapped multi function steering wheel, with features like cruise control on one side. As this is the CVT version, it comes with paddle shifter which is normally not seen in a car from this segment. One of the other feature that no other car in the segment offers is an electric sunroof. This is the same unit that is seen in Honda WR-V. Apart from that it gets touchscreen infotainment screen that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, manually height adjustable driver seat and so on. It is a spacious cabin and the only suggestion that the vlogger had here was that even the top-end does not offer an adjustable headrest for rear passenger.

Honda Jazz BS6 is available with a petrol engine only. The 1.5 litre diesel version has been discontinued and is available with a 1.2 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine only. The engine is available with both manual and CVT gearbox option and generates 90 Ps and 110 Nm of torque. Price for BS6 Honda Jazz now starts at Rs 7.49 lakh, ex-showroom and go up to Rs 9.73 lakh, ex-showroom.