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Honda Jazz was first launched in 2009 and was among the pioneers in creating the premium hatchback car segment in India.
In 2010, Honda launched the Jazz X variant as the second facelift.
In 2015, Jazz made a comeback in the Indian market in a new avatar equipped with a 1.5Litre Diesel iDTEC engine.
The third facelift in 2018 equipped Jazz with a 6.9-inch Digipad 2.0 touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Electric Sunroof comes with a One-Touch Open/Close Function and Auto-reverse function.
On the comfort side, Honda Jazz comes with an inbuilt Dust & Pollen filter, Rear Parcel Shift, One Push Start/Stop button, cargo light, and Central locking & Keyless entry with Honda smart key system. It also features steering-mounted cruise controls, voice commands, and automatic climate control.
Honda Jazz is built on Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE™) Body Structure which distributes collision energy equally and away from the passenger compartment, taking care of the safety of all passengers.
Following the BS 6 emission norms, Honda stopped the production of diesel variants and launched the 4th generation Jazz. The new Jazz has a 1.2 liter 4 cylinder, SOHC i-VTEC engine. This engine produces a maximum power of 90PS and a peak torque of 110Nm. The engine comes in a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-step CVT gearbox.
The manual variant of Honda Jazz delivers a mileage of 16.6 kmpl, and the CVT variant gives 17.1 kmpl.
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The only hatchback from Honda, Honda Jazz has gone through a revamp in the newer generation. Best known for its ergonomic design and utilization of the interior space, Honda doesn't disappoint you with Jazz. The 4th generation 2020 Honda Jazz is a testament to Honda's ability to provide maximum room in limited space. It is the only hatchback equipped with a one-touch electric sunroof in its segment. Honda has launched Jazz in three variants and five colors, starting with the base model Jazz V and the top of the line model Jazz ZX Trim, available in both CVT and manual variants. The revamp has made Jazz a little more sporty outside and comfy inside. Here are some of the highlights of 4th generation Honda jazz.
The interior design has improved by a notch. The new touch material and fabric upholstery provide a classy look and comfort. Similarly, dash has a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Adhering to the BS 6 guidelines of the government of India, Honda Jazz is available only in the petrol version.
The prices of Honda Jazz have increased by up to 11,000. The ex-showroom price for the base version is 7,65,106 and goes up to 9,89,106 for ZX CVT. Honda offers Jazz in these types: V MT, VX MT, V CVT, ZX MT, VX CVT, and ZX CVT.
In the Indian market, the Jazz competes with Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20, Toyota Glanza, and Tata Altroz.
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Honda Jazz flaunts a fantastic build quality with ACE™ body structure and sporty look.
Jazz offers a spacious and user-friendly cabin. The ultra seats or magic seats are very flexible and can be used in several ways.
The infotainment system also has a weblink smartphone connectivity, first in the segment.
The 354-liter boot space is enough for everyday needs. However, you can also increase it by folding the second-row seat, making it 850+ liters.
Following its philosophy of 'man maximum, machine minimum,’ Honda has used every inch of space, so it provides the best in class legroom, including great under-thigh support.
With its 1.2 liters iVTEC engine, Jazz provides good refinement and smooth power delivery. The overall noise level inside the cabin is also low, making a smooth in-cabin experience.
Jazz still lacks a diesel option. While the BS 6 emission standard has compelled many manufacturers to drop diesel engines, it could have attracted more customers.
The head unit has been downgraded compared to the pre-facelifted Jazz; it has a hard-to-read display and a poorly located USB port. It also lacks indicators on the ORVMs, and rear LED wing lights.
The engine performance could have been better and a little closer to the hatchback segment benchmark.
Compared to other cars in the segment, Honda Jazz is expensive.
According to experts who have driven the car, either the 4th generation or previous ones, the Honda Jazz is good for the hatchback segment. Depending on the variant, you will have many features and technologies, such as paddle shifters in CVT trims. If you are looking for a spacious choice in the small car category, Honda Jazz is made for you. Jazz is very well equipped; it comes with premium LED tail lamps, cruise control, power steering (EPS), and more. With an impressive ground clearance of 165 mm, Jazz provides a pleasant experience in off-road travel too.
Apart from the pros mentioned above, Honda Jazz also features a one-touch up/down with pinch guard on driver's side, premium-looking exterior sporting High gloss black grille. Although the exterior hasn't changed much; still, you would notice the new Jazz flaunting its LED DRLs, along with a redesigned front and rear bumper. The front bumper has become more squarish with a honeycomb-like mesh design for fog lights and air dams. Safety features include Dual front SRS airbags, ABS with EBD for better braking on ground-gripping, rear parking sensor camera speed-sensing Auto Door Lock And anti-theft engine immobilizer.
Honda Jazz is a good option for both urban and long drives. Although the new generation has undergone a few changes, it still needs more features to challenge its competitors, such as Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20, Toyota Glanza, and Tata Altroz hatchback segment apart from the sunroof.
Body Type Hatchback
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 27.3 kmpl
City Mileage 21.5 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5