Buyers looking to drive their dollar further may be tempted by Honda’s latest limited editions.
Starting the range off is the Jazz Limited Edition, based on the Jazz VTi but with with extra features, including 15-inch alloy wheels, a tailgate spoiler, sports pedals, metallic door sill garnishes, and a Limited Edition badge.
Also included as part of the Jazz Limited Edition pack, an extended five year/140,000 warranty (up from three years 100,000km) with five years roadside assist. The Jazz Limited Edition is $18,290 (before ORC) representing $1600 in added value.
The Civic sedan Limited Edition wears a sportier visage, based on the VTi-S model, the Civic comes with a Modulo bodykit including front and rear bumper extensions, side skirts, and a bootlid spoiler.
Metallic or pearlescent paint and Limited Edition badging complete the package. Priced at $24,990 (before ORC), there’s an extra $2160 of value to be found here.
Turning to the SUV range, and the HR-V is based off the VTi-S and adds heated front seats, leather appointed trim, side steps, front and rear ‘aero’ bumpers, and rear park sensors.
Like the Civic, the HR-V also picks up metallic or pearlescent paint, and of course a Limited Edition badge. The HR-V Limited Edition is priced at $31,490.
At the top of the range sits the CR-V Limited Edition, at $30,490 (a smidge less than the smaller HR-V) the two-wheel-drive VTi based model gains 18-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, automatic lights and wipers, side steps, front and rear park sensors, plus metallic paint.
A Limited Edition badge completes the package. All told, Honda says there’s an extra $3100 of added value packed into the CR-V.
“We are excited to bring these four Limited Edition models to market,” said Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins. “With added specification, it’s a great time for customers to get into their local Honda Dealer to take advantage of these great offers.”
These value-added models are available now from Honda dealers nationally for a limited time.