Third-generation Series II Jazz
1 Aug 2017
When Honda's facelifted Jazz light hatch hit Australian showrooms, it brought more standard gear across the range and a couple of price tweaks.
Visual tweaks to the third-gen Jazz hatch launched in Australia three years prior included new front and rear bumpers and a fresh front grille design, while top-spec VTi-L variants gained bi-LED headlights with LED high- and low- beam and LED daytime running lights.
It also gained restyled 16-inch alloy wheels on the mid-spec VTi-S and the VTi-L, and a new Phoenix Orange pearlescent paint was added to the colour palette that extended to seven hues.
Interior upgrades included a 7.0-inch touchscreen, up from the 6.1-inch unit on the outgoing model, while in-built satellite navigation was now standard fare on VTi-S and Vti-L.
Buyers could also option up a Luxe Pack on all variants, which added black alloy wheels, door visors, bonnet protector, alloy pedals, carpet mats and a luggage tray.
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