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No Styling Change For The New Honda Jazz Facelift – Report

2018 Honda Jazz Facelift

Design and styling of the 2018 Honda Jazz facelift will remain unchanged.

Honda Car India will soon give the first mid-cycle update to its popular Jazz hatchback. While the official launch date of the vehicle is yet to be announced, the reports claim it will go on sale on July 19, 2018. Official bookings are likely to be commenced from July 15, 2018. Unlike the global version that received significant styling and feature upgrades, the India-spec 2018 Honda Jazz facelift will see subtle changes.

Design and styling of the Jazz facelift will remain unchanged. Though, the reflectors on the tailgate now have an extended portion of the taillamps. It still misses out on the LED headlamps, while the global-spec model comes with full LED headlamps. Read – Upcoming Honda Cars With New 1.6-litre i-DTEC Diesel Engine

2018 Honda Jazz Facelift Picture Gallery

Honda will offer dual front airbags, ABS (anti-lock braking system) with EBD (electronic brake-force distribution) and parking sensors as standard on the 2018 Jazz facelift. The updated model will also come with a 7.0-inch infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a new centre armrest for the front row, power boot release, push-button start and cruise control. Read – New Honda Brio To Debut In August, 2018

Unlike the existing model, the range-topping variant of the 2018 Jazz facelift will devoid of Magic seats. This arrangement allows fold seats completely flat and slides in a chest of drawers without it snagging on the seats. It creates lots of luggage space for long journeys.

A few days back, the variant and feature details of the hatchback have been leaked online. According to leaked information, the 2018 Honda Jazz carline will be spread across three grades – S, V and VX. Engine setup of the hatchback will include the same 90PS, 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol and 100P, 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel motors. Transmissions on offer will be a 5-speed manual and a CVT unit.

While the petrol variants of the new Jazz will come with both manual and automatic gearbox option, the diesel models will be offered with manual gearbox. The S grade will be offered with diesel engine only.

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