This new update of the Jazz adds a few extra notes to an already jazzy tune. The touchscreen infotainment system with navigation is perhaps the best of the new additions and the armrest is also appreciated. The move to make dual airbags, ABS and EBD standard, enhances the safety factor. By no means is the Jazz a bad pick.
The Honda Jazz has been a much-loved product in the Indian market. It has been in the premium hatch segment for quite a while now. Lately, the competition has armored itself to the teeth so the Jazz was in need of an update. The update came and we got the chance to drive it on an especially rainy day. How big is the update and how much up to speed is the Jazz now, we find out.
DESIGN AND STYLING
It was a bit disheartening to see that not much has changed on the exterior of the car. It sports the same look as it always used to, except for some additions. Along with the chrome slat on the front and rear of the car you now get chrome door handles. The rear also has the LED wing lights which give the rear a handsome look about it. The tail-lamp extends vertically along the edge of the boot lid and has a honeycomb-like design inside. Apart from this the car retains its simple looks that are not essentially bad or bland in any way. I would have liked to see LED DRLs in the wraparound headlamps. The 15-inches alloy wheel look smart and in my opinion the rear section is the most busy and interesting to look at.
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