LEAKED: 2015 Honda Jazz variants and features revealed

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2015 Honda Jazz will be sold in 5 different trim levels

The all-new 2015 Honda Jazz is yet to hit showrooms, which is to happen from 8 July 2015. However, new spy images have revealed a complete variant-wise breakdown of features that will be offered with the 2015 model. Upon launch, the 2015 Honda Jazz will be available in five different variants – Jazz E, Jazz S, Jazz SV, Jazz V and the ‘all bells & whistles’ Jazz VX.

New 2015 Honda Jazz maroon (1)

The new Jazz gets an i-DTEC engine that makes 100 PS of power and 200 Nm of twist

Honda Jazz E: The ‘E’ variant is the base model, but Honda still offers you a decent list of features. These include power steering with tilt adjust, power windows on all four doors, one-touch lane change indicators, day/night rear view mirror, MID with blue illumination, tachometer, average fuel consumption display, fuel consumption warning/display, driver seatbelt and key-off reminder, pedestrian injury mitigation system, LED high-mounted stop light and lamp taillights.

Honda Jazz S: The ‘S’ variant gets all the features available in the ‘E’, plus ABS with EBD, central locking, rear windshield defogger, a power socket, Bluetooth-enabled integrated audio system with 4 speakers and a 8.9 cm screen, steering-mounted audio controls, hands-free telephone function, height-adjustable driver’s seat, rear parcel shelf, electrically-adjustable ORVMs, body-coloured door handles and ORVMs, a glossy black upper grille and a chrome lower grille.

Honda Jazz SV: The ‘SV’ variant gets all the features available in the ‘S’, plus dual front airbags, multi-view reverse parking camera (with 3 different views), driver-side one-touch up/down with anti-pinch feature, rear micro antenna, integrated audio system with 12.7 cm screen, hands-free telephone control on steering wheel, beige fabric upholstery and passenger vanity mirror with lid, MID with LCD display, instantaneous fuel economy with range display, Eco assist system, outside temperature display, front centre panel with glossy black finish and front foglights.

Honda Jazz V: This penultimate trim of the Jazz gets everything available in the ‘SV’ trim level, plus alloy wheels, electrically foldable ORVMs with integrated turn indicators, a rear windshield washer and wiper, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, automatic climate control with touch-sensitive control panel and paddle shifters (CVT).

New 2015 Honda Jazz magic seats

Magic Seats available only on the top-spec VX trim

Honda Jazz VX: The range-topper gets all the features mentioned thus far, plus adds a touch-enabled AVN system with a 15.7 cm display, DVD playback, navigation, black fabric upholstery, seat-back pockets, adjustable rear head-restraints, 60:40 split rear seats, magic seats with four modes which offer a variety of configurations for more comfort and can also be reclined.

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2015 Honda Jazz interior (V trim pictured)

The 2015 Honda Jazz can be had in 7 colours – Sunset Orange, Urban Titanium Metallic, Carnelian Red Pearl, Orchid White Pearl, Taffeta White, Golden Brown Metallic, and Alabaster Silver Metallic. The new Jazz comes with a 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder i-VTEC petrol and an i-DTEC 1.5-litre, four-banger diesel mill. The latter makes 100 PS of power at 3600 rpm and 200 Nm of torque at 1750 rpm, and will only be offered with a 6-speed manual transmission. The petrol engine, on the other hand, gets a CVT option with paddle shifters. This i-VTEC unit develops 90 PS of power at 6000 rpm and 110 Nm of torque at 4800 rpm.

Click here for our exhaustive review of the 2015 Honda Jazz.

Source – Team-BHP

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  • aqua says:

    Yes, ‘MAGIC SEAT’ is a unique feature in this segment and should be available on the mid variants, too.

  • aqua says:

    ‘Magic seat’ (unique feature in this Segment) should be available at least from MID VARIANT. It’s totally disappointing and unacceptable. If the unique feature in this Segment is available only in Top Variant, then why should we go for Jazz rather than i20 or Polo?

  • Jay says:

    Plus: Space, refinement.
    Disappointments: No rear AC vent, no black interiors for lower variants, no magic seats and lack of any vibrant colors, especially red of the previous Jazz.
    At least, they should feature it on par with Elite i20. Many features are missing in this Jazz.

  • Jai Makwana says:

    So disappointing that magic seats are avialable only in VX trim. This is the most important features that should be with almost all the top 3 trims.

  • MK says:

    No Electric Red & Yellow? then all above colors are boring …it is BAD ……