The 2018 Honda Jazz facelifted is now with a slightly revised exterior paired with a moderately updated interior, along with a number of equipment upgrades. The Japanese car light range remains a three-tier offering, with the entry level Honda Jazz VTi joined by a mid-range VTi-S and a flagship VTi-L.
The first thing we noticed, watching the new 2018 Honda Jazz is a new redesigned grille, which is obviously made to follow that of the new Civic. This design change gave the new model a more athletic look. The headlight group has also been redesigned and the old light components have been replaced by the all-new graphic design and LED daytime running lights. The front bumper has been revisited too, and now Jazz looks even sportier than before. Some new details like the black casings around the fog lights and the black exterior mirror just blend to make the overall look complete and just beautiful. The rear has also undergone some alterations. The LED taillights are changed and also got the new graphic, and the bumper is changed so that the new car has an even thinner profile. For the 2018 European Jazz market will come with the new Dynamic Sport package that come with new front bumper and rear diffuser, new set of sills, rear roof spoiler, front fog lights, LED front lights, 16 black glossy aluminum wheels.
Other than the new upholstery, the new Honda Jazz has remained almost the same as before in it. The dashboard and touch screen are quite modern and can remain the same for the new car facelifted. Even new upholstery options could easily be an option available for the Japanese market only. Honda is based on technology and equipment rather than appearance. As standard equipment, the new Jazz 2018 will feature automatic headlights, cruise control, 7-inch infotainment system, rear view camera, keyless entry and keyless start. , a lane departure warning and a collision warning before.
What is unchanged is under the hood. As with all B-segment Honda, the Jazz carries the 1.5-liter i-VTEC engine of the pre-facelift model. Power is rated at 120 PS and 145 Nm of torque and if changes via a continuously variable transmission with a seven-speed mode. Manual shifting can be done simply by flicking the shift paddles while the response is improved by putting them in sport mode. If fuel economy is more your thing, there is an Econ mode to help you too.
The new 2018 Honda Jazz was launched in Japan in June and is expected to be introduced in the US in the second half of 2018, and the price will not be far from the previous model and will start at around $ 15,000. The Europe version will be presented in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show while delivery will begin in early 2018. In Thailand, the car will be sold starting at 5.55,000 baht (INR 10.43.228.13). Honda expects this upcoming model to have grid sales numbers.