There’s more tech in this version and is available in petrol MT, petrol CVT and diesel variants.

The special edition variant is available with a new infotainment system, minor changes on the outside and more safety tech.

This version is based on the Jazz’ V trim and you can get this car as a petrol manual, petrol CVT or a diesel. You get features like dual airbags, ABS, automatic climate control, a multi-information display, power-adjustable ORVMs with turn indicators, reverse camera, alloy wheels, and paddle shifters for the petrol CVT variant. There’s even a Digipad, which is a 17.7cm touchscreen infotainment system with satellite-linked 3D navigation, 1.5GB of internal storage, MirrorLink support, voice commands, Bluetooth, USB slots, Micro SD card slots for maps and media and an HDMI-IN port.

There’s Privilege Edition badging on the outside, beige seat covers on the inside and rear parking sensors as well.

Mechanically, the cars remain unchanged – you can choose between the 1.2-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. The V Privilege Edition starts from Rs 7.36 lakh for the manual variant, while the petrol CVT costs ₹8.42 lakh and the diesel is priced at ₹8.82 lakh. (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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