New Honda Jazz Prices Hiked!


Honda Cars India launched the new generation Jazz in India in July 2015. The new Honda Jazz competes with premium B-segment hatchbacks from established players such as Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai. While its first month on sale saw 9,000 units moving off the shelf, it has fallen behind rivals i20 and Baleno since. Honda has now hiked prices of the Jazz and added dual front airbags as a standard safety feature across all variants. Here, in this post, you can find the full Honda Jazz price list along with details on features, engine, mileage and other related details.


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New Honda Jazz Price in India

Model Price Ex Showroom Delhi
Honda Jazz E MT Petrol Rs. 5.81 lakh
Honda Jazz S MT Petrol Rs. 6.45 lakh
Honda Jazz SV MT Petrol Rs. 6.89 lakh
Honda Jazz V MT Petrol Rs. 7.24 lakh
Honda Jazz VX MT Petrol Rs. 7.74 lakh
Honda Jazz S CVT Petrol Rs. 7.55 lakh
Honda Jazz V CVT Petrol Rs. 8.32 lakh
Honda Jazz E MT Diesel Rs. 7.12 lakh
Honda Jazz S MT Diesel Rs. 7.80 lakh
Honda Jazz SV MT Diesel Rs. 8.21 lakh
Honda Jazz V MT Diesel Rs. 8.67 lakh
Honda Jazz VX MT Diesel Rs. 9.10 lakh

New model Honda Jazz price in India at the time of launch was Rs. 5.30 lakh. Now, the Jazz range starts at Rs. 5.81 lakh (ex showroom Delhi) for the base petrol variant. The top end diesel now costs Rs. 9.10 lakh!


Also See- New Honda Jazz vs Hyundai Elite i20 vs VW Polo

New Honda Jazz Video Review

New Honda Jazz Images

Check out our quick walk around video review of the new Jazz from India Auto Expo of 2014:

Honda Jazz Fuel Mileage

Model ARAI Certified Mileage
Honda Jazz Petrol Manual 18.7 KMPL
Honda Jazz Petrol Automatic (CVT) 19 KMPL
Honda Jazz Diesel Manual 27.3 KMPL


The manual transmission equipped variant of the Jazz (Petrol) boasts of an ARAI-certified fuel mileage of 18.7 km/l. The CVT variant has 19 km/l on offer. The diesel variant of the Jazz betters its petrol sibling’s fuel mileage and delivers a staggering 27.3 km/l, which makes it one of the country’s top five most fuel-efficient cars.

New Honda Jazz Variants & Features

  • E– Power windows (all four), tilt adjustment for steering, lane change indicator, LED tail lamps, average fuel  consumption indicator, driver side seatbelt reminder.
  • S (over and above the E variant)- ABS+EBD, gear change indicator (CVT), body coloured door handled and ORVMs, gloss black + chrome front grille, audio system, steering mounted audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity for cell phones, electrically adjustable ORVMs, driver seat height adjust, central locking.
  • SV (over and above the S variant)- dual front airbags, rear parking camera, fog lamps, 12.7 inch display for the infotainment system, gloss finish for centre console, Bluetooth controls on steering wheel, instantaneous fuel consumption display, beige upholstery, speed volume compensation.
  • V (over and above the SV variant)- Alloy wheels, rear wiper+washer, turn indicators on ORVMs, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, climate control with touch sensitive buttons, electric folding for ORVMs, paddle shifters for CVT.
  • VX (over and above the V variant)- 6 inch touchscreen infotainment system with DVD and navigation, rear spoiler, black upholstery, adjustable rear headrests, magic seats with 60:40 split, reclining rear seats.
  • Colours Available– Sunset Orange, Urban Titanium Metallic, Carnelian Red Pearl, Orchid White Pearl, Tafetta White, Golden Brown Metallic, Alabaster Silver Metallic.


New Honda Jazz Specifications

Length x Width x Height 3955 x 1694 x 1544 mm
Wheelbase 2530 mm
Kerb Weight 1007-1154 kg
Wheel Type and Size 15 inch Alloys
Boot Space 354 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity 40
Engine Type/ Displacement 1.2 L Petrol/1.5 L Diesel
Power 90 PS/100 PS
Torque 110 Nm/200 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5-speed MT or CVT/6-speed MT
  • 18.7 KMPL (Petrol MT)
  • 19 KMPL (Petrol CVT)
  • 27.3 KMPL (Diesel MT)


Unlike the last generation Jazz, which was sold only with a petrol engine, the new model will be sold in India with a sufficiently potent oil-burner. Buyers of the new gen Jazz will also get to choose between two transmission options with the petrol version! Here is the list of engine options –

  • 1.2-litre i-VTEC, Four-cylinder petrol engine with 90 PS-110 Nm
  • 1.5-litre i-DTEC, Four-cylinder diesel engine with 100 PS-200 Nm.

New Honda Jazz Rivals

The new model Honda Jazz goes head to head with some really well established cars, such as the

New Honda Jazz Design Review

New Honda Jazz Price in India, Price, Mileage, Specifications, Review honda-jazz-india-launch-2

The new Honda Jazz is based on the same platform as the latest generation Honda City sedan. While the new Honda Jazz can’t be mistaken for any other car, the new design cues go on to ensure that it looks sufficiently modern. It boasts of an all-new design, both inside and out! However, it does retain a slightly tallboy architecture, along with a slightly cab forward design. On the inside, it shares quite a few panels, including the dashboard, with the City sedan.


Stay tuned to CarBlogIndia for more on new Honda Jazz India updates

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  1. Hi .. All the specifications/Safety Features which u have mentioned in this article.. R u sure all these features will be available for Indian Customers Be it on Top most Trim ????? I am probably willing to pay whatever they quote .. if that is the case

  2. […] Currently available with a choice of two engines in most international markets (1.2 and 1.4 i-VTEC petrol), the model is also on sale with a hybrid IMA technology in select countries. The next generation Honda Jazz is India-bound and should be here by the advent of Q2, 2015. The new generation Honda Jazz is more spacious, has even better driving dynamics and comes with a host of new features. More on new Honda Jazz India Launch. […]

  3. Beauty king thanks Honda for ree launching it . its very good looking I am weighting to be the first customer in coimbatore

  4. Hyundai is coming out with the Elite i20 crossover on 20-march, they are launching in India and other countries at the same time. It will be a good option and not worth waiting for the delayed Jazz. There is no confirmation from Honda on the Jazz release and even if its releasing in Jun, there will be a waiting period and you may get the delivery only after 1-2 months. So overall 5 month min waiting period for Jazz…not worth it….The excuse given “waiting period for Amaze & City and no capacity” is just crap. If there is no capacity how can they produce Jazz in India and export to SA. I don’t believe they will even release in Jun, they were supposed to release in 2014, got postponed to first quarter of 2015 and now to Jun…Don’t believe Honda, they are just playing with the sentiments of Indian people and accumulating money by producing in India at cheap costs and export to SA at higher margins.

  5. These are the rumors from reliable contacts in the auto industry who earlier indicated a Nov-14, Dec-14, Feb-15, Mar-Apr-15 etc etc and now a Jun-Jul-15 launch for Jazz
    The excuse given “waiting period for Amaze & City and no capacity” is just crap. If there is no capacity how can they produce Jazz in India and export to SA. I don’t believe they will even release in Jun, they were supposed to release in 2014, got postponed to first quarter of 2015 and now to Jun…Don’t believe Honda, they are just playing with the sentiments of Indian people and accumulating money by producing in India at cheap costs
    and export to SA at higher margins. Somehow the amaze and City got clicked while mobilio dint. Jazz, would do an average since the i20’s and other models has already eaten up a good pie of prospective customers and this news like these further reduce the customer base like me. Been waiting for more than a year..customers will definitely look for other options rather than keep on waiting.

  6. Waiting for this car from last 1 year. Honda is playing with the emotion of the Indian people now. From Dec. 15 they are delaying the date of Launch. This is really unethical. I am requesting the Authorized person of the Honda to specify the perfect date. so if some one waiting for this car they get the perfect idea. I just canceled 2 time my booking of Grand i10 and one time Swift after hearing that JAZZ is launching soon.. Pls. stop this kind of Humer into the market.

    Plsssss.. Hitesh Kshatriya..

  7. by watching the teaser it seems Jazz is not going to be as feature packed as i20.. no Push button start, no multi info display, no rear A/C vents, no reverse parking sensors, no auto dimming rear view mirrors. Maybe another Amaze.. no features but costlier than competitors.

  8. I waiting for new jazz eagerly and I like all features of jazz but only thing I have doubts about ground clearance must be not below 175mm

  9. The ground clearance is absolutly important – it has to be in the range of 180 mm onwards, to save the underbelly of a fully ladden car skirting the speed breakers !

  10. Considering the upcoming date, I found that it is the 8th of July as a launch date. But no promos yet!! I am also waiting this car since an year now as the car seems most promising in terms of comparison, but can loose the customer faith if not delivered on time!!


  12. Wow HONDA JAZZ, what a lovely little beauty……………… I wish to own the White or Black Beauty………….

  13. I bought Honda jazz 6 months back.The spare wheel Stepney is 1″” smaller than the regular tyres.You come to know only when you get a puncture.There is a small sticker on the undersurface of the Stepney visible only when you take it out.The dealer said it is mentioned in the manual…but you get the manual only on purchasing the car.They say it is international practice.If they is so & if it is such a good thing then why does not Honda supply small size Stepney in their Honda city & amaze cars.I think Honda is offloading their small size wheels on us from their excess stock of small wheels they have left over from their previous small jazz models.Request to replace the small wheels with regular size wheels

  14. I own a Jazz SV petrol manual. After 1500 km run the mileage is 21.7 on highway and 17 in Delhi city. Surprisingly, this is much more that what has been claimed by Honda.
    But pick up is not very great.


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