Honda has relaunched the Jazz Limited Edition around 12 months after the same model was made available to buyers last year.
For 2016, the Jazz LE scores the usual equipment from the Jazz VTi model with CVT automatic upon which it’s based, plus “a compelling package of sporty and stylish exterior enhancements”.
Those enhancements include rear parking sensors, rear roof spoiler, front fog lamps, a sports black grille and 15-inch alloy wheels.
Honda says the extra kit amounts to $3000 in value, but the Jazz Limited Edition only commands a $1000 premium over the VTi and the drive-away price starts from below $20,000.
Power comes from the same 88kW/145Nm 1.5 litre four-cylinder petrol engine found in other Jazz models, matched with a CVT automatic as previous mentioned and returning a combined fuel figure of 5.8 l/100km.
“With the success of the Honda Jazz Limited Edition in 2015, Honda welcomes the return of the 2016 Honda Jazz Limited Edition model,”” Honda Australia Director, Stephen Collins, said.
“It offers a range of value-added features for customers without the hefty price tag.”
The 2016 Honda Jazz Limited Edition is on sale now, backed by a three-year, 100,000km warranty, a six-year rust perforation warranty and a three-year paint warranty.
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