Honda launches Jazz Privilege Edition in India

Honda Jazz may not be setting the sales chart on fire, but the premium hatchback still has a lot of popularity in the Indian market. Honda has launched the Jazz ‘Privilege Edition’ to keep the vehicle fresh in the market. The price of the special edition starts at Rs. 7.36 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.

Honda launches Jazz Privilege Edition in India

The Privilege edition gets extra features that are not available with the regular Jazz models. On the outside, the premium hatchback gets parking sensors at the rear. There is also an emblem of notifying the onlookers of the special edition. The Privilege Edition is based on the ‘V’ variant of the vehicle, and it is available with both automatic petrol and manual diesel transmissions.

The Jazz Privilege Edition gets a lot of changes inside. There is a 7-inch infotainment system with the integrated navigation system, which is similar to the regular variant of the vehicle. The special edition gets beige seat covers and floor mats.

Jnaneswar Sen, Sr. Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Ltd said,

“Our festive offering of Honda Jazz Privilege Edition, with advanced infotainment, security and comfort features, is a great value for our customers at a very attractive price and strongly enhances its appeal. HCIL has witnessed strong sales momentum in this fiscal year with a cumulative growth of over 21% since April 2017. We hope to continue this trend through the festive season.” he added.

Honda launches Jazz Privilege Edition in India

Rest of the vehicle remains mechanically same. No changes have been done to the engine of the vehicle. The special edition costs Rs. 5,000 more than the regular V variant. The showrooms across India are taking bookings for the vehicle, and the deliveries will start in next week. It is not clear if the Privilege Edition will be a limited number or not, but Honda may make the edition available through the festive season to get a little extra push.

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