January 24, 2017: The Japanese carmaker is offering an exchange bonus of Rs 7,500 and Honda Assure at 50 per cent discount on all petrol-powered variants of the Jazz (except V CVT), which were built in 2016. All the diesel-powered variants of the Jazz which were manufactured in 2016 can be availed with Honda Assure at Re 1 (or discount in lieu thereof) and cash benefit of Rs 20,000. For all diesel variants built in 2017, Honda is offering an exchange bonus of Rs 30,000.
Honda Jazz will get dual airbags as standard equipment across all variants and trims. It is the next step in the direction of enhanced safety from the Japanese manufacturer, after bolstering the same in its other offerings earlier.
Well, Jazz was re-launched this year in its new avatar and I simply fell in love with the car! It was around the time I was planning to buy my first car, so naturally I fell for it! Bought Honda Jazz V MT 1.2 iVTEC. So here's what I feel about the car!Looks: The car is absolute beauty! Stunning looks! Looks really cure from the front! Tail lights could have been done better, but that's fine! Tail lights look really astonishing at night! Space: The best part of the car is the space! I am read more 59
Hi guys, recently I bought Honda Jazz VX(Top variant) diesel car. I was doing research for the best car for last one year because my height is 6.1 foot. I have tried so many car(POLO,I20,Xcent,Swift,KUV1OO,Wagon R,Baleno,I10) which none of them satisfy my needs. Finally I have fallen in love with this Jazz. Honestly guys While I start to plan to buy a car my budget was only 6 to 7.5 lakhs MAX. But while I tried this car, I blindly chosen this car without thinking budget, because the level of com read more 4
Space: Jazz is certainly the most spacious hatch in its segment. When compared with its rivals like the Baleno, it has a little more legroom but looses marks in headroom. The Hyundai i20 is the worst when it comes to the comfort in second row, especially or a six-feet guy like me. Three adults (all of six-feet) can sit in the second row of the Jazz, although not comfortably. There are no headrests in second row of the Jazz, except for top model. This is something which we get in Rs 4 lakh car an read more 68
When it first debuted in India, the Honda Jazz’s potential was hampered by its premium pricing. With lacklustre sales, Honda was forced to sell the Jazz with huge discounts just to clear its inventory. However, the new-generation model has come in at a time when the market is lapping up premium hatchbacks. This time, it comes with more features and more competitive prices. Does it fare any better than the previous one? Let’s find out.
Things We Like in Jazz
Mature ride quality. Does not thud into potholes like the old model.
354 litre boot is the biggest in its class. Outdoes many compact sedans.
Space. Unparalleled knee-room and headroom at the rear bench.
Things We Don't Like in Jazz
Noisy diesel motor. Elite i20 and Baleno sound and feel much more refined.
Features like the engine start/stop button, steering reach adjustment and rear air convents are not available even on the top end variant.
Stand Out Features
Magic Seats - The rear seats can be folded in a variety of combinations. The Jazz can be converted into a mini van on demand.
Paddle shifters on the automatic. The Polo GT TSi should have had this.
Honda has stuck to the age-old recipe for the Jazz. Like they say - if it ain’t broke, why change it?
"The core strengths of the Jazz remain the interior space and the humongous boot. If you need nothing else but a spacious hatch - the Jazz is right up your alley."
If space isn’t a big requirement look towards Hyundai or even the Nexa showrooms.
When the Jazz came to India, it was pretty much one of the most radical cars - not just in its segment but as an individual as well. It was a hatchback that looked like no other hatchback, it had space which was more than most sedans and along with those flexible seating options, it did what most MUVs couldn?...
Honda had showcased the new Jazz and we get our hands on it, as we fly to Japan to try out this new generation hatchback from the Japanese automaker. This is the new Jazz and the City is based on this same platform too. We drive the new Jazz and share our initial driving impressions of the new Jazz. We drive ...
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Indian market has warmed up to the premium hatchback segment over the years and it's not difficult to see why. With the launches that we saw this year and all the advances that have been incorporated in this segment, it is easy to see why this holy trinity of premium hatchbacks viz. Honda Jazz, Hyundai i20 and Maruti Suzuki Baleno took the market by storm. So, let's take a look at these impressive feats of automotive ingenuity. Read Full News