Honda Jazz Facelift rumoured to arrive in the Indian market next month, only petrol option available

Honda Car India recently launched 3 products - WR-V Facelift, 2020 Honda City and BS6 Civic Diesel in the country. Now next in line is the Honda Jazz Facelift for which bookings have already begun. Recently, the hatchback was spotted at a dealer yard signalling that the launch could be around the corner. 2020 Jazz can be pre-booked from Honda's official website for an amount of Rs 5,000 or through an authorized dealership for a token amount of Rs 21,000. The official launch date isn’t revealed yet but we expect the Honda Jazz Facelift to arrive in the market next month. Honda Jazz Facelift price would be in the range of Rs 5.50 lakhs to Rs 10 lakhs (ex-showroom), India. The hatchback competes against the likes of Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Volkswagen Polo, Hyundai Elite i20 and Tata Altroz in its segment.  

Going by the spy shot, the Honda Jazz Facelift design is quite similar to the out going model. The front profile gets updates like a new single slat grille in a glossy black finish with chrome and revamped headlamps housing featuring new LED units. Front bumpers now house LED fog lamps while the rear bumper comes equipped with Honda’s signature LED wing light. 

Buyers won’t be disappointed with the interiors as the cabin would be spacious than ever. Japanese automaker will equip the car with a one-touch electric sunroof making it a segment-first feature. Reportedly, the interior will boasts of features like cruise control, smart entry and push-button. The top-end CVT (continuously variable transmission) variant will come fitted with steering-wheel-mounted dual-mode 'Paddle Shift. As usual, expect a bigger infotainment system with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Automatic Climate Control to regulate the interior temperature will also come in the 2020 Honda Jazz Facelift. 

Moving on to the engine options, Honda is offering only a petrol model as of now. Honda Jazz Facelift will house a 1.2-litre, i-VTEC unit. The engine will churn out 89 bhp of maximum power and 110 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties will be handled by a 5-speed manual gearbox and CVT automatic gear-stick. 

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