Honda India has recently introduced a “Privilege” version of the 5-door hatchback Jazz. Only available on the V trim, the Honda Jazz Privilege Edition comes with several upgrades and additional features.
In fact, the new Jazz is the second Privilege Edition from Honda. Back in July, an Amaze Privilege Edition was also introduced. However, this second version, assuredly, is more advanced.
The Honda Jazz Privilege Edition comes with several upgrades and additional features
On the inside, the vehicle is adorned with special upholstery with “Privilege Edition” logos on beige seat covers and floor mats (the tailgate also gets one). Besides, it comes fitted with rear parking sensors and especially, a new DIGIPAD infotainment system and especially, a new DIGIPAD infotainment system.
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The tailgate gets a “Privilege Edition” badging
Speaking about the DIGIPAD, this is a 7-inch infotainment system integrated with satellite navigation system, smartphone connectivity, 1.5 GB of internal storage, voice commands for media, smartphone voice assistance activation, an HDMI-IN port, two USB and two MicroSD ports as well as Bluetooth conectivity. Honda Connect feature is likewise present on this special trim.
Other features include dual-airbags, rear camera, ABS, electric ORVM and alloy wheels for a sportier exterior outfit.
Driving the Jazz is the same 1.2L petrol and 1.5L diesel engines, paired with a 5-speed manual and a CVT transmissions.
Below are the prices of the 2017 Honda Jazz Privilege Edition: