The Honda Jazz is one of the most popular cars in the hatchback segment. In 2018, Honda has relaunched the Honda Jazz in a with some different features and a face-lift to match the increasing competition.
Even though the new 2018 Honda Jazz has been a mere update from the previous model, people are really interested in it. So have a look at why the Honda Jazz is a premium and popular model.
Quick Pros and Cons of 2018 Honda Jazz
Here are some quick pros and cons that you must know about the 2018 Honda Jazz.
- All LED headlights look more premium
- Increased boot space increases cabin comfort
- Enhanced steering and suspension system
- The engine should have been enhanced for a better and upgraded performance
- A 6-airbag addition would have been great.
- Adjustable headrests have been removed.
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Overview – 2018 Honda Jazz
Now we will discuss some of the most important aspects of the 2018 Honda Jazz.
Exterior – even though the new Honda Jazz looks almost similar to its predecessor but there are a few subtle enhancements that Honda has made.
Now the Jazz has an all LED headlight, shiny chrome door handles and the back lamps extend all the way up to the roof. Honda has also announced two new color variants as well.
Interiors – The seats are more comfortable now with right cushioning. The cabin has also been increased in dimensions that allows more leg space for the passengers in both the front and rear. Armrests and vanity mirror are also present in the new Jazz.
The Digipad 2.0 has received a major upgrade and it now supports both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
It is more responsive and fluid than it was before. The new chrome finish on the steering looks very premium as well.
Safety – Dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, speed-sensing door locks and parking sensors are now offered in the new Honda Jazz.
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Engine and Performance – under the hood, the new Jazz still houses the 1.2L i-VTEC petrol and 1.5L i-DTEC Diesel. The petrol variant has a 5-speed manual or CVT transmission whereas the diesel variant has a 6-speed manual.
The steering of the Jazz is now more comfortable and you won’t face any problem riding through the city streets.
The engine is smooth and refined as expected from a Honda engine, but you will need to really take it to high speed to churn out maximum power. The braking and suspension systems are now revamped which gives more control over the vehicle.
Final Verdict –
The new 2018 Honda Jazz may have received a minor upgrade but it still worth the money you will pay.
The smooth engine, comfortable interiors, and the versatile looks will surely impress a lot of Indian customers in the coming days.
The new Honda Jazz will start from Rs. 7.32 lakhs and can extend upto Rs. 9.35 lakhs depending on the variant (V, VX and S) you will buy.