It is still several weeks before the Honda Jazz 2018 facelift is officially launched in Japan, but The Land of Smiles will be the first world market to buy the upgraded B-segment hatch. Now on sale in Thailand, refresh Jazz the fourth generation gets an update from the outside and a host of new features in the car.
2018 Honda Jazz Design
The widespread pellet images we had before gave us a glimpse of what to expect on the 2018 Honda Jazz facelift. The official images are not different in this sense. The model gets a more athletic grid in line with that of the new Civic, while the headlight clofe has been modified and features new graphics and DRL LEDs. The front bumper has been revised on the Jazz facelift and has a more sporty appeal with black casings around the fog lights, a new air intake and a black sheath. There are also exterior rear-view mirrors (ORVMs), but could be market specific.
At the rear, Jazz’s new facelift gets new LED rear lights with new graphics and a more sporty bumper, which also offers a thinner profile to the tailgate. The interior gets new furnishing options, while the touch screen system and dashboard layout remain the same as before.
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Honda Jazz from 2018 will come with the Honda Sensing range of driver assistance technologies, including pedestrian crash control, collision brake system, track guidance system, The control of adaptive cruising and the recognition of traffic signs among other safety technologies. However, Honda Japan still retains the full list of specifications on the new Jazz and will reveal it at launch.
2018 Honda Jazz Engine
The engine by a 1.5-liter, direct-injection i-VTEC five-cylinder gasoline engine, available with two transmission options, a 6-speed manual and a CVT ) With G-Shift control, which will be available on All variants. The 1.5 liter liter with 6-speed manual gearbox produces 130 horsepower and 154 Nm of torque, while the CVT transmission produces 128 horsepower and 153 Nm of torque. For India, however, engine and gearbox options should be carried over from the existing version of the Honda Jazz, a 1.5-liter gasoline engine available with a 5-speed manual transmission and a CVT as well as An i-liter 1.5 liter, Diesel engine option available with a 6-speed manual transmission.