Honda Launches Jazz ‘Privilege Edition’ At Rs 7.36 Lakh

Honda Launches Jazz ‘Privilege Edition’ At Rs 7.36 Lakh

Honda Jazz Privilege Edition Launch

Honda Cars India Ltd (HCIL) has launched the ‘Privilege Edition’ Jazz premium hatchback ahead of the festive season, with prices starting from Rs 7.36 lakh, ex-showroom New Delhi. The Privilege Edition Jazz comes with an advanced infotainment system, enhanced interiors and exteriors, along with new safety and technology features. The Jazz Privilege Edition is offered only in the V variant, and is priced at Rs 8.42 lakh for the CVT petrol variant, and Rs 8.82 lakh for the manual diesel trim.

The new Privilege Edition Jazz is equipped with Honda’s DIGIPAD advanced infotainment system with 7-inch touch screen for audio, video and navigation controls. The infotainment offers 1.5 GB internal media memory, Mirror Link support for smartphone connectivity, voice commands for media, navigation and calling, Smartphone voice assistant activation, and Bluetooth telephony. It features newly-designed beige seat covers with ‘Privilege Edition’ embossing and premium floor mats.

The special edition car comes with Privilege Edition emblem on the exterior, as well as rear parking sensors and Honda Connect. Honda Connect offers 20 all-time safety, security and convenience features including online service and booking notification, manual SOS feature, impact alert, Locate My Car feature and trip analysis.

Jnaneswar Sen, Senior Vice-President, Marketing and Sales, HCIL, said the festive offering of Jazz Privilege Edition is great value for customers at a very attractive price. HCIL has witnessed strong sales momentum in this fiscal year with a cumulative growth of over 21 % since April, 2017, he added.

The Privilege Edition Jazz is based on Honda Jazz V grade that comes with dual airbags, ABS, touch panel auto AC, rear camera, alloy wheels and advanced Multi-Information combination meter with Eco-Assist ambient meter rings. It also features electrically-adjustable and foldable outside rear-view mirror with integrated turn indicators and paddle shift for the CVT variant.

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