The car gets more equipment and is available with four petrol and three diesel variants.

Prices for the updated Jazz start at Rs 7.35 lakh and go up to Rs 9.29 lakh for the top-spec diesel trim. There are very few mechanical changes and design changes but there’s additional equipment over the previous model.

The base Jazz S is fitted with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, LED tail-lamps, 15-inch steel wheels with wheel covers, a four-speaker audio system with a 3.5-inch screen, steering-mounted audio controls, driver's seat height adjust, a front-centre armrest, power-adjustable wing mirrors, driver and co-driver vanity mirrors, rear parking sensors and a rear defogger. The mid-sped V trim gets 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps, keyless entry and go, automatic climate control, steering-mounted telephone controls, a 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system (which works as a reverse camera display), premium beige interiors and a rear wiper. If you want cruise control, it’s only available on the diesel and the petrol-CVT V trims, while paddle-shifters are sold with the petrol-CVT V trim.

The top-spec VX variant gets a larger 7.0-inch touchscreen system with navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, electrically adjustable and folding wing mirrors with integrated indicators, and leather on the steering wheel and gear knob. Magic Seats, previously available on the top-spec variant, have been dropped from the features list. There are five exterior colour finishes for the new Jazz.

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