Whereas now we have already reported that the WR-V facelift shall be launched on July 2, the Honda Jazz too is predicted to be launched this month itself.
The coronavirus state of affairs has delayed many launch plans within the Indian automotive market and Honda Automobiles India has not escaped the impression of COVID-19 both. The Japanese carmaker has put many key launches on maintain like the brand new new-generation Honda Metropolis, the Honda WR-V facelift and the up to date 2020 Honda Jazz. Whereas now we have already reported that the WR-V facelift shall be launched on July 2, Honda has additionally confirmed that the Jazz too shall be launching quickly. The truth is, we predict it to hit the showrooms in July itself.
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Speaking concerning the updates on new Honda Jazz, it will get new all-LED headlamps integrating the LED daytime operating lamps (DRLs) together with a revised grille and new fog lamps. The entrance bumper has been tweaked as effectively to sport these new fog lamps and appears sharper with extra pronounced character traces. Apart from that, the Jazz is predicted to stay equivalent to its predecessor by way of styling and dimensions. We nonetheless have no readability of what all of the updates shall be like on the within, however count on the cabin to stay largely the identical.
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The massive replace although will in fact be beneath its hood the place powertrains shall be up to date to fulfill the BS6 emission requirements. They’re anticipated to be the identical powertrains now we have seen within the BS6 Honda Amaze which has already made its leap. Basically, they’re the identical models that powered the earlier Jazz and have been up to date for the emission requirements. The 1.2-litre, four-cylinder, i-VTEC motor will energy the petrol variants and is tuned to churn out 89 bhp and 110 Nm of peak torque and shall be obtainable as normal with a five-speed handbook gearbox whereas a CVT automated transmission shall be supplied on few variants. The diesel variants will get the 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, i-DTEC engine belting out 99 bhp and 200 Nm of peak torque. This engine will solely get a five-speed handbook gearbox as normal.