Honda, the Japanese automaker has launched the new Honda Jazz Privilege Edition in the Indian market. This special edition variant is equipped with a new infotainment system, slight revised exterior design and new safety features. As a reminder, Honda has recently launched the Privilege Edition of the Amaze sedan in India. The Honda Jazz Privilege Edition is offered on the V trim. It is available on both petrol and diesel trims, in manual and CVT versions. Also Read – Upcoming Honda Cars In India
Honda Jazz Privilege Edition Price
The new Jazz Privilege Edition is priced in the range of Rs 7.36 lakh and Rs 8.82 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The petrol CVT automatic version is tagged at Rs 8.42 lakh. The new model is priced Rs 5,000 more than the standard V variant.
Honda Jazz Privilege Edition Key Features
17.7cm touchscreen infotainment system
Satellite-linked 3D navigation
1.5GB internal memory
New beige seat covers & floor mats
Privilege Edition badging
This new edition is equipped with rear parking sensors and has a ‘Privilege Edition’ badge at the rear. Inside the cabin, the hatchback gets 17.7cm touchscreen infotainment system that is also available with the Amaze Privilege Edition and City sedan. This system comes with satellite-linked 3D navigation and 1.5GB of internal storage. It is compatible with Mirror Link support, internet access and voice commands. This special edition also gets Privilege Edition themed beige floor mats and seat covers. You May Also Like – Honda Cars At Auto Expo 2018
The Honda Jazz Privilege Edition also gets 20 safety, security and convenience features. It gets Honda Connect, which provides service alerts and assists in online bookings. Besides, customers will also get notifications on new products and campaigns, and customer feedback. This Honda Connect function also give facilities to share location with friends and family, pit stops facilities near Honda dealership, along with fuel station locator. Other features include Document wallet, fuel log records with fuel economy figures and insurance and PUC renewal reminders. Also Read – Honda HRV | New Honda Civic | New Honda CRV
The safety and security features include impact alert such as a knock or collision, locate My Car, trip analysis, Honda Car India Limited’s 24×7 call centre, etc. As standard, this vehicle gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD, automatic climate control, alloy wheels, reversing camera, electrically adjustable wing mirrors with integrated blinkers and paddle shifters for petrol CVT version.
The Honda Jazz Privilege Edition is powered by the same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. Transmission options include a five-speed manual and a CVT automatic for petrol variant only.