The Indian arm of Japanese carmaker Honda has launched Privilege edition of Jazz in India at Rs. 7.36 lakh for the petrol variant and Rs. 8.82 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for diesel manual variant. The Privilege edition also comes with petrol CVT variant at an introductory price of Rs. 8.42 lakh. Based on V trim, the car comes with revised exteriors, interiors, advanced infotainment system and new safety features.
As for the changes, Jazz privilege edition gets privilege edition embedded outside rear view mirrors with turn indicators and alloy wheels. On the inside, the car features 7-inch DIGIPAD touchscreen infotainment system with in-built 3D navigation, Mirrorlink app support and 1.5GB My storage internal media etc.
The cabin also features premium floor mats and privilege theme based seat covers etc. Additionally, it also boasts of smartphone voice assistance, one HDMI port, two USB and Micro SD slots, Honda Connect with 20 features like Manual SOS, location sharing, fuel station locator and much more. Other standard features include Auto AC touch panel, Multi-information combo metro with Eco assist ambient meter etc. For Safety, Dual Front Airbags, ABS, Rear Camera and rear parking sensors come as standard.
There is no mechanical change done it carry forward same engines. The 1.2l petrol engine pumps out 89bhp [email protected] and 110Nm [email protected] The 1.5l i-DTEC diesel engine is good for 99bhp [email protected] and 200Nm of [email protected] Both engines are linked to a 5-speed manual as standard and optional CVT gearbox as optional with a petrol motor.
Speaking about the Jazz Privilege Edition, Jnaneswar Sen, Sr. Vice President, marketing and sales, Honda Cars India, 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 per cent since April 2017. We hope to continue this trend through the festive season.”