Honda looks set to unveil its refreshed Jazz hatchback soon. Test mules were seen testing recently in South America and images have surfaced online confirming the update.
The updated Jazz will feature major changes to its styling, especially at the nose to bring it more in line with the Honda family. Honda family’s front look which was first seen on the Civic, and then on the facelifted City, will now be seen on the refreshed Jazz too. The updated car’s headlights, front grille and bumper are new, and a thick chrome strip joins the two headlights, which are likely to get LED units like the ones on the City. On the side, the only real change expected is a new design for the alloy wheels. At the back, the rear bumper will get subtle styling changes and tail-lamps will get LED inserts.
There aren’t any photographs of the insides of the car but expect minor improvements, including a similar infotainment system that sits in the City. The Jazz is likely to continue with the same set of petrol and diesel engines, that may be tweaked. While the Jazz could receive a facelift in international markets soon, the India-spec car is yet to complete its second year, which means the facelifted version might come here much later.