Honda will launch the new ‘Exclusive Edition’ variants of the Jazz, WR-V, and Amaze tomorrow. The new special edition models will get a host of cosmetic changes done on them. The exclusive edition will be made available on particular trims which are VX MT petrol and diesel for WR-V, VX MT petrol and diesel for the Jazz, and VX CVT for the Jazz. With the exclusive edition, Honda will aim to regain buyer attention in the highly competitive market.
Talking about the changes made on the cars, the WR-V Exclusive edition gets illuminated door sills with branding, rear spoiler with LED light and finished in black, new emblem, premium seat covers along with attractive body graphics. Moving on, the Amaze Exclusive edition gets black wheel-caps, premium seat covers, illuminated door sills with branding, front armrest with a sliding cover revealing a storage bin, and a new emblem. Lastly, the Jazz CVT Exclusive edition too will come with blacked out alloy wheels, premium seat covers, illuminated door sills, a tailgate spoiler, along with a new emblem and sporty body graphics.
All these changes are aimed towards making the cars more sporty and offer something different from the competition. The Exclusive edition models will not come done from the factory but instead will be customised at the dealer level. The accessories will come straight from the factory and the customization work will be done at the dealership itself. On the WR-V and the Jazz, the tailgate spoiler will be painted black by the dealer. However, the Jazz CVT Exclusive edition’s black alloy wheel will be a factory fitment. The Exclusive edition models will only be sold in either “Radiant red” or “Orchid white” paint shades.
Later this year Honda plans to launch the Civic sedan, which has been one of the most anticipated cars in India of late. The tenth generation Civic will come with more powerful engine along with a host of new features. It looks quite different from the previous model on sale in India, though it still has the same family DNA in it. The new Civic will rival the like of the upcoming Toyota Corolla and Hyundai Elantra. Also, the company is working on the new generation of the Honda City. The City is one of the most popular cars by Honda in India and therefore expect the new model to come loaded with features. Unlike the Civic, the City will not come before 2020.
Coming back to the Exclusive Editions of thee cars in the Honda lineup, the inclusion of these new editions in the model lineup can help the company rekindle the interest in the cars. The changes made on the cars will help them to stand different amid the crowd. Therefore, it can a good choice to go for these Exclusive editions if you want a touch of customization on your cars. Pricing will be key in deciding whether they will be a hit or not.