The Honda Jazz facelift has been leaked in a series of brochure images, showcasing the premium hatch’s fresh new looks, all-round.
Changes to the exterior of the car include major changes to its styling, especially to its nose, now featuring Honda family’s front look – similar to that of new gen Civic/ Accord, and was also neatly replicated on its sedan sibling, the City, earlier this-year.
The Jazz facelift will receive a bigger and bolder front grille with addition of chrome strip above the Honda logo, all-new sharper headlamps (possibly LED units) similar to the City and redesigned front bumper with round fog lamps are noticeable.
Moving to the side, the Jazz appears to remain largely unchanged, save for the new set of alloy wheels with different design. The back too looks the same but gets subtle styling changes with tweaked taillights likely to get LED inserts and restyled rear bumper.
Unfortunately, there are no images of the new Jazz’s interior but it is safe to expect minor equipment additions along with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and a mobile mirroring feature like on the City.
As for engines, the India-spec Jazz facelift looks to continue on with the familiar 1.2-litre i-VTEC petrol and 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engines.
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Source: livedoor Blog