The 2020 Honda Jazz facelift has just been unveiled with new features such as full LED headlights, one-touch electric sunroof, cruise-control and a BSVI-compliant petrol motor.
The Honda Jazz facelift has been unveiled and its bookings have also been commenced across all the authorized showrooms in the country. A teaser image of the facelifted Jazz was released earlier in April 2020 when the BSVI emission norms came into effect. However, not until almost four months later did the Japanese automaker release the official information on the new hatchback.
The booking amount for the new Jazz is INR 21,000 if you place an order through a dealerships; the Honda Jazz can also be ordered from your home by accessing the web portal ‘Honda from Home’ for a token amount of INR 5,000. The Honda Jazz is one of the oldest offerings from the Japanese auto manufacturer in the Indian auto market; however, with the launch of the new models in the segment, the highly practical small car’s popularity has been considerably reduced.
The 2020 Honda Jazz facelift is expected to be launched very soon and aim to revive its popularity among the Indian auto customers. The vehicle comes with several upgrades and BSVI motors. Specifically, it is equipped with a wide range of new features such as LED headlights, LED fog lights and LED taillights. The front and rear bumpers are also redesigned to give the new car a fresher appearance. As regards the interior, the new Jazz is packed with cruise control and a one-touch electric roof, among several other upmarket features.
The new Honda Jazz also comes with a best-in-class sunroof and interior space.
The Honda Jazz facelift will be powered by a BSVI-compliant 1.2-litre i-VTEC gasoline burner which can generate 90 BHP against 110 Nm. This motor has been carried over from the pre-facelift version, but has been updated to comply with the stricter emission norms. However, the 1.5-litre diesel engine will be no longer available on the Honda Jazz. The transmission duties will be undertaken by both MT and CVT units. The Honda Jazz will compete against the Maruti Baleno, Tata Altroz, Toyota Glanza, Volkswagen Polo and Hyundai Elite i20.