Honda had previously released a image of the forthcoming Jazz facelift that was expected to update BS6 petrol and diesel engines, but sadly those preparations were postponed owing to the coronavirus pandemic. But now for the first time the revised Jazz has been spied on whilst conducting research. Shortly after the lockdown is removed it is supposed to continue.
Back in 2018, the third-gen model’s facelift was launched in global markets but it has not yet been implemented here. If there’s something to go by with the global facelifted series, we should anticipate a sharper-looking front profile with a fairly sleeker grille, LED headlights and a sportier-looking bumper.
In the shape of fresh upholstery, we should make small improvements to the interior too. We’re not positive about Honda tossing in any more apps as the Jazz is still fairly kitted out with much, if not most, of what the contest provides.
Honda has already withdrawn the Magic Seat design from the Jazz and is unlikely to revive it in the revised layout (60/40 split second-row can make space for passengers and all sorts of freight with four special configurations).
A 1.2-liter (90PS/110Nm) with a 5-speed manual or a CVT and a 1.5-liter diesel (100PS/200Nm) with a 6-speed manual would be the same engine choice. As shown on the Amaze and the forthcoming WR-V, both will be updated to follow BS6 pollution norms. Front rise.
The Amaze even gets a CVT alternative with the diesel but Honda hasn’t disclosed whether we’ll see the same choice on the facelifted jazz.