The Honda Jazz is quite an expensive hatchback even by premium hatchback standards. It rivals the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno and the Hyundai Elite i20 in the segment. Despite being a well-equipped and spacious car, the Jazz is not a big seller which can be attributed to its high asking price of Rs. 7.42 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, the Jazz is a pretty decent car for those who can adjust their budget. For the people who own a Honda Jazz, the video below by Turbo Xtreme shows attractive aftermarket lights for the car which transforms how it looks. Take a look at the video before we move on to the details.
As seen in the video, the Jazz here looks quite attractive with these matrix style aftermarket LED lights. The Jazz has a bit of an unconventional design which hated by some and loved by some. However, this one for sure looks dapper. The tail lights now extended all the way up to the roof while the bumper has also been fitted with stylish stoplights at either end. The tail lights light up in a pattern and are all LED units. The indicators also light up in a stylish manner and are sure to catch everyone’s eyes when the car is on the road.
The headlamps have been replaced too with aftermarket Ford Mustang inspired units. These lamps have HID projector units for low beam and full LED lights for high beam. The tri-strip pattern, inspired by the Mustang, acts as the LED DRLs and look quite stylish in doing so. The DRLs double up as indicators and light in a three-step pattern. The headlamps also get LED rings inside the glass housing, popularly known as angel eyes (corona rings is a more apt term though)
The foglamps at the front have been replaced too and are now LED units. They are inspired by the new generation Porsche 911’s headlamps, which have 4 LED beam units stacked up in a square. While Porsche’s lights are much different and high end, these foglamps mimic its design and do a decent job at illuminating the path ahead. If you are interested in getting these lights for your Jazz, you can check out the video’s description on Youtube which contains all information regarding the dealer and its location.
Talking about the Jazz, Honda is currently working on a new version of the premium hatchback that will be unveiled at the upcoming Tokyo motor show in October. It will come with a refreshed design as well as new interiors, though the profile is likely to remain quite the same as the current model. Expect it to be launched in India by next year.