Rs 5.97 - 9.31 Lakh*


Honda Jazz special edition recently launched by Honda Cars India, christened the Jazz Privilege Edition comes up with additional features both inside and outside and is based on the 'V' trim of the premium hatchback. Honda’s new third-generation Jazz facelift in Japan in May 2017. There are no mechanical changes, while the updated Jazz gets tenuous aesthetic change and additional goodies. Speaking of its Indian debut, the third-generation model was launched in mid-2015, so expect the facelift to arrive next year and might be introduced at the 2018 Indian Auto Expo.

Speaking of the current model, it is mainly competing up Hyundai Elite i20 and the Marut Suzuki Baleno, among others. Under the bonnet it comes with two engine options
1)1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol (90PS/110PS), 5-speed MT/CVT  
2)1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel (100PS/200Nm), 6-speed MT.

Well mileage is an important factor considering Indian roads and traffic, the diesel Jazz gives a certified mileage of 27.3kmpl, while the petrol is rated at 18.7kmpl for the manual and 19kmpl for the CVT auto. If you are looking to get the Jazz with an automatic transmission, it is only available with the 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol engine and in the S AT and V AT variants.

What’s New Over The ‘V’ Variant

  • The highlight of the Privilege Edition is the introduction of Honda India’s 7.0-inch Digipad infotainment system. It comes with Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI, MicroSD and USB inputs, built-in satellite navigation and WiFi reception along with live traffic updates. Also on offer is 1.5GB of built-in storage and voice commands for media, navigation and calling functions (the regular V variant has a non-touch 5-inch unit)


19 kmpl