Honda Jazz Privilege Edition gets an advanced 17.7 cm infotainment system, rear parking sensors and new emblem
Honda’s Indian arm has introduced a special edition version of the Jazz premium hatchback today. Christened the Privilege Edition, prices start at Rs. 7.36 lakh for the manual petrol model and it goes up to Rs. 8.82 lakh for the manual diesel (ex-showroom). For the extra medium, Honda is offering a slew of new features that cannot be found in the standard trims.
The major exterior differentiators have to be the Privilege Edition emblem and rear parking sensors. The special edition has been made available on manual and automatic petrol versions while the diesel Privilege Edition is restricted to just the manual trim. Based on the V grade, it is priced just around Rs. 5,000 over the regular offering.
On the inside, the Honda Jazz privilege Edition comes equipped with a 17.7 cm infotainment system with navigation functionality. Moreover, the floor mats and seat covers have a fresh beige theme. Honda says the special edition is a festive offering of the Jazz premium hatchback with the improved security and comfort features as well as the infotainment aiming at enhancing its overall appeal to customers.
The Japanese auto major has announced that the Jazz Privilege Edition is also in response to the strong demands encountered this financial year as a cumulative growth of over 21 percent has been registered. With orders taken across all Honda dealerships in the country, the deliveries are said to begin in a couple of weeks’ time.
While Honda is looking to make the most out of festive season, there could a comprehensive facelift in the pipeline. The pictures of the 2018 Jazz facelift emerged a while ago and it will make global premiere at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in September.