No diesel model for Honda Jazz in the coming time, will only come in petrol variant
2020 Honda Jazz BS6, Honda just confirms that there will be no diesel variant available for the all-new Honda Jazz BS6, and will only be introduced in the petrol variant. Honda jazz has been a great competition for the premium hatchbacks like the Hyundai Elite i20 and Maruti Baleno.
Indeed, the 2020 Honda Jazz BS6 says farewell to the 1.5L oil burner and will proceed with the refreshed 1.2L petrol engine. This naturally aspirated motor is relied upon to produce 89 bhp on tap and will be mated to a 5-speed manual and a discretionary CVT gearbox.
Honda Cars India guarantees that in the 2019-20 vehicle generally speaking deals, the petrol to diesel proportion was 80:20. What’s more, the greater part of the purchasers getting the Jazz preferred the 1.2L petrol better. It isn’t that the diesel engine inside the sub-4-meter will be suspended yet will be restricted to Honda Amaze and up and coming Honda WR-V.
Sharing more subtleties on the up and coming to Honda Jazz then it will get some light restorative changes on the outsides and insides. At the front, you will see a full LED fog light structure with changed guards and another grille. We can likewise expect LED DRL (Daytime Running Lights) LED haze lights.
The rear profile will also continue with the LED treatment and reworked bumper design. You can also expect the new Jazz to come with machine-cut alloy wheels completed in the dual shade. Also, expect an extra bit of chrome to the styling details.
The insides can be normal with minor corrective subtleties too like refreshed upholstery design, color scheme, and among others. The 7.0-inch touchscreen unit will be refreshed and we can get current availability highlights like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Once propelled, the BS6 Honda Jazz will contend with Maruti Baleno, Toyota Glanza, Hyundai Elite i20, and Tata Altroz.