Honda has made significant changes to its product line-up for the Indian market. The company has discontinued the BR-V and the Accord Hybrid. Adding to it, Honda Civic and CR-V diesel variants are also removed from the Honda Cars India website. However, the diesel models could be re-introduced with BS6 compliant engines. The official website also confirmed that the 2020 Honda Jazz BS6 and the WR-V BS6 will soon be introduced in the Indian market.
The 2020 Honda Jazz is likely to receive minor cosmetic and feature upgrades along with the BS6-compliant powertrains. Similar to the facelifted WR-V, the upcoming Jazz will retain most of its design elements. It is likely to receive revised front grille with new patterns, revised front bumper with more pronounced crease and re-styled wheels. The hatchback is likely to retain the signature rear LED wing light and chrome-finished door handles.
Interior details about the upcoming 2020 Honda Jazz BS6 model are still under the wraps. It is likely to receive new seat fabric patterns and new features. The company had launched the facelifted Jazz hatchback in 2018. It was equipped with new 17.7cm touchscreen infotainment system with Audio, Video and Navigation. This system is also compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with rear camera display. Other features include push start/stop button for engine, Cruise control, front centre armrest, driver side vanity mirror, Honda Smart Key System with Keyless remote, etc.
The 2020 Honda Jazz will be offered with 2 BSVI compliant engines – a 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol and a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel. While the former is good for 89bhp and 110Nm of torque, the oil burner produces 99bhp and 200Nm of torque. Both manual and CVT (petrol only) transmission options will be on offer. There could be slight drop in fuel efficiency of the diesel Jazz.