This Lifted Honda Jazz Is A Perfect Off-Roader

by Jatin Chhibber | 15/07/2020
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The Honda Jazz has always been a delight to modify. Here’s a new video where a highly modified Fit explores mines in the USA

Honda Jazz is the only hatchback offered by the automaker in the Indian market. Right now, we’re still waiting for the carmaker to introduce the BS-6 compliant model of the car. The updated model of the hatchback is expected to hit our shores in the coming days. Honda Jazz is one of the coolest looking hatchbacks, especially after getting modified. Here, we have a very interesting video where a highly customized Honda Jazz explores mines. The video is uploaded by a YouTube channel named as Whatzs Production, and it shows the mods made on the hatchback and how effortlessly it counters some of the toughest terrains.


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The car you see here is the 2015 Honda Jazz, which gets 30-inch all-terrain tyres, a function snorkel taken from a Toyota Land Cruiser and fenders from Jeep Cherokee. Illumination duties are done by projector headlamps along with a bar LED light mounted on the top and aftermarket auxiliary light fitted on the front grille.  

At the back, the car features a spare tire mount, two small jerry-cans, tow hitch and signal boost antenna. The suspension system of the Honda Jazz has also been lifted to make it more off-road friendly. In the video, the YouTuber explores Brown Monster Mine, which is located in the desert region of eastern California. The tunnel was quite big and it was surprising to see the car going inside the mine and easily exploring it. 



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In the video, it is written that “Be prepared, this road is not for the faint of heart or ill-prepared.” The video description explains that “One mistake can have serious consequences. The drive is extremely dangerous and risky. There is little room for error on this road. Not recommended driving into the mine. The mine is full of areas where there is evidence of collapse. Drivers not heeding out advice use extreme caution and have contingencies.” The video says that if you ever plan to explore a mine do not do it alone because you can get stuck inside it if some mishap happens. Always try to take one more person with you. 

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