Launched in July 2015, new Jazz sales in the past year accounted for 26 percent of total HCIL sales. Between July 2015 – June 2016, 47,335 Jazz units were sold, proving the small car is a volume model for HCIL.
Yoichiro Ueno, President and CEO, Honda Cars India Ltd says Jazz is a globally successful model, and appreciated world-wide. In India, 3rd Gen Jazz has been popular with young, urban customers who have taken a liking to its styling, packaging and advanced, new-gen CVT tech.
Jazz CVT petrol with paddle shifters accounted for about 25 percent of total Jazz sales in the market. The first-anniversary initiative sees the auto manufacturer invite customers with offers for new Honda cars. Honda showrooms will stay open till 10:00 p.m from 8-10th July 2016. The added work hours aim to engage customers through specially crafted exciting activities, offers and surprise gifts.
Honda Jazz premium hatchback is available in diesel and petrol fuel options. This includes 1.5 L i-DTEC diesel engine for the Indian market. Jazz also comes with the segment-first advanced CVT with paddle shift technology for the petrol variant. Available in 5 grades offered in petrol and diesel variants- E, S, SV, V and VX with Manual Transmission, in CVT, it’s available in S and V petrol variants.