Honda Jazz X-Road uses 102bhp, 1.3-litre i-VTEC engine paired to a 5-speed MT (standard) gearbox.
Honda Jazz X-Road is the more rugged and sportier version of the facelifted Jazz hatchback.
It seems that the craze for the faux crossover is touching new heights across the globe. With each passing week, we saw a new hatchback turned crossover in the market. And a latest example of this tread appeared at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show – the Honda Jazz X-Road. The Jazz X-Road is essentially a custom concept of the facelifed Jazz, which is scheduled to launch in India before 2018 festive season.
Painted in red shade, the Honda Jazz X-Road features silver front and rear skid plates, side skirts and door protection. Towards the side, you will notice the thick black plastic moulding along with pronounced black wheel arch extensions and side protection strips. The hatch-crossover sits on 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. Read –Upcoming Honda Cars In India
Honda Jazz X-Road Picture Gallery
Aforementioned features make it look more rugged and sportier than the standard model. However, the ground clearance remains unchanged. Interior of the Honda Jazz X-Road looks exactly similar to the facelifted Jazz. Though, it gets ‘X-Road’ floor mats. Read – Honda Cars At Delhi Auto Expo 2018
Powering the Honda Jazz X-Road is a 1.3-litre i-VTEC, four-cylinder engine, which is tuned to deliver 103PS (102bhp) and 123Nm of torque at 5,000rpm. While the 6-speed manual gearbox comes as standard , the CVT gearbox is an optional offering.
On the inside, the modified Honda Jazz gains ‘X-Road’ floor mats but no other substantial cosmetic changes were made. It comes powered by a 1.3-litre petrol engine which is good enough to produce a maximum power output of 103 PS. The manual version can do 0-100kmph in 11.4 seconds, and the automatic variant accelerates 0-100kmph in 12.3 seconds. The Jazz X-Road also gets the standard City-Brake Active System (CTBA). Read – Honda To Launch 3 New Cars This Year
Though there is no official word about its launch, the Honda Jazz X-Road will go on sale in the South African market. Pricing hasn’t yet been revealed by the carmaker.
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