Honda launches the 2018 Jazz in India

Honda launches the 2018 Jazz in India

Honda has launched the 2018 version of its Jazz hatchback in India at a starting price of Rs 7.35 lakh for the base petrol variant and Rs 8.05 lakh for the base diesel variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). Honda says that due to a high demand for automatics, the Jazz will now be offered with a CVT gearbox on V and VX petrol trims. The new Jazz remains the same on the mechanical front but gets a few style and feature upgrades. The exteriors will boast new rear LED wing lights, chrome door handles and two new colour options. On the inside, the top VX trim will now get a larger 17.7cm touchscreen with audio, video and navigation system that also supports Bluetooth, Apple Car Play, Android Auto and a rear camera display. It will also fancy a push start/stop button, touch-sensor based smart key system with keyless remote and cruise control on CVT and diesel variants but not on petrol manuals.

The Jazz is powered by the same 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol motor with 5-speed manual transmission as standard and CVT as optional while the diesel variants derive power from a 100hp, 1.5-litre diesel motor coupled to a 6-speed manual gearbox

On the launch of the 2018 Honda Jazz, Rajesh Goel, vice president and director, sales & marketing, Honda Cars India Ltd. said, “We are extremely delighted to introduce the New Honda Jazz 2018 with enhanced features.  The new Jazz offers amazing value and will surely create fresh excitement in the premium hatchback segment. In line with changing customer preferences in favour of automatics, the Jazz 2018 is now being offered with advanced CVT technology across the petrol range to  cater  to a larger  number  of  customers  opting  for  automatic  transmission  cars  for  an  absolutely comfortable and engaging drive.”

Here’s the price list for the new 2018 Honda Jazz (ex-showroom Delhi)

V MTRs 7,35,000
VX MTRs 7,79,000
V CVTRs 8,55,000
VX CVTRs 8,99,000
S MTRs 8,05,000
V MTRs 8,85,000
VX MTRs 9,29,000
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