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Honda Jazz RS Special Edition showcased at 2016 Indonesia Auto Show (GIIAS)

Honda Jazz RS Special Edition 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

The RS special edition gets black alloy wheels and a bigger infotainment system.

The snazzy Honda Jazz RS Special Edition is being showcased in a sporty yellow color at 2016 Gaikindo Indonesia Auto Show (GIIAS) that is currently underway. The range-topping RS variant is not on sale in India.

The Jazz RS is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine which also powers the regular variants. The engine is tuned to put out 120 PS and 145 Nm of torque. The sporty hatchback can be specified with a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT with paddle shifters.

Honda Jazz RS Special Edition 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

The silver diffuser is exclusive to the Jazz RS Special Edition.

The RS Special Edition looks spicier than the regular variants, thanks to LED headlamps, sportier bumper with black chin, glossy black grille insert with red RS badge, vertical LED daytime running lights within fog light housings, 16-inch glossy black alloy wheels, side skirts, roof mounted spoiler, special edition decals on the front doors, and a new bumper with silver diffuser.

The hatchback adopts a full black dashboard inside and RS branded black leather seats with exterior color coordinated inserts. The Jazz RS Special Edition also features a pop-up touchscreen infotainment system.

Honda Jazz RS Special Edition 2016 GIIAS Indonesia

Seats and door pads get accents that match the car’s exterior color.

Also read – Honda Civic Prestige, hatchback prototype displayed at 2016 GIIAS

Equipment highlights include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, automatic climate control, powered wing mirrors, smart key with anti-theft alarm, push button start, multi function steering wheel, etc. The Honda Jazz now has the Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai i20 to fend off in Indonesia.

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