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Top 3 things you need to know about the Honda Jazz Privilege edition

Top 3 things you need to know about the Honda Jazz Privilege edition
Ninad Ambre Ninad Ambre Tuesday 29 August 2017, 12:49 PM

The Honda Jazz Privilege Edition went on sale recently. This special edition is priced just Rs 5,000 more than the V grade of the standard Jazz on which it is based. Is it worth the price one pays for the kit it comes with? You can decide for yourself by considering these three main additions to the car.

Parking sensors - The top-end variants of the regular Jazz come with a rear view camera. However, none of the trims get parking sensors. To add to the convenience while parking, Honda has equipped the rear bumper of this Privilege edition with sensors.

Digipad - Honda's new touch screen system is called as the Digipad, and is offered only on the top-of-the-line VX trim. Now even if the Privilege edition is based on the V trim, it boasts of getting this 17.7cm infotainment system. It is compatible with audio, video and navigation.

New seat covers - The Privilege edition is aimed at providing some exclusivity for its owners. With this in mind, the car gets a 'Privilege Edition' emblem on the tail gate. Similarly, the carmaker has added exclusively designed seat covers with the Privilege edition imprint on it.

It should be noted that these new features are being offered on the Honda Jazz Privilege edition for a limited time. More information about warranty will be available at the dealerships.


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